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Old 20-11-13, 07:50 PM
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My score:3242
Cpu I7 3960X gpu gtx 690 on a R4E, not sure if its any good
For reference I get 3310 on a 4770K and GTX 780 Ti.



What are the clocks on your 3960X and GTX 690 if I may ask ?

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My score:3242
Cpu I7 3960X gpu gtx 690 on a R4E, not sure if its any good
At stock clocks it is a good score for a GTX 690

Below is one of my GTX 690s with a good overclock.

Single GTX 690 @1170/1802
3960X @4.9
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Old 20-11-13, 08:20 PM
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At stock clocks it is a good score for a GTX 690

Below is one of my GTX 690s with a good overclock.

Single GTX 690 @1170/1802
3960X @4.9
320.18 Drivers

Very nice
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Very nice
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I think there's still a few more points to get out of it...

i7-4820k @4.5
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Old 22-11-13, 05:21 AM
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Hey guys or gals,

Finally got my build done with Sli 780 Ti.

Question, when I ran this, it only seemed to use one GPU. Is that normal for this benchmark?

If that's the case, how do you test that your Sli setup is actually working?

Cheers...
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Old 22-11-13, 06:26 AM
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an FPS of 107 for 2 780s looks low to me mate
don't no what to say I just put them in and ran it left everything alone and ran valley is it because I am running a tv instead of monitor the tv is 200hz sony tho or can it be driver I have now ran several times and its roughly 108-110 but its starts of at 128fps and drops near the end its weird or maybe is it my cpu I have only over clocked the turbo to 42 on all 4 core I haven't touched anything else has I am a newbie at all this

any help appreciated
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Old 22-11-13, 06:56 AM
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Hey guys or gals,

Finally got my build done with Sli 780 Ti.

Question, when I ran this, it only seemed to use one GPU. Is that normal for this benchmark?

If that's the case, how do you test that your Sli setup is actually working?

Cheers...
You need to overclock your CPU as high as possible as this bench produces a lot of fps. Also make sure you are using the highest settings in the benchmark for the same reasons.

I would also have a look at the Heaven 4 bench as this is a bit more demanding which in turn keeps the fps down.
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Old 22-11-13, 07:46 AM
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You need to overclock your CPU as high as possible as this bench produces a lot of fps. Also make sure you are using the highest settings in the benchmark for the same reasons.

I would also have a look at the Heaven 4 bench as this is a bit more demanding which in turn keeps the fps down.
Cheers but not sure this really answers my question.

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Old 23-11-13, 09:04 AM
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Here are my results:


Intel Core i7 3820 @ 4.8Ghz
AMD 7950 @ 1600/2000

Pretty inpressive results for a budget card. No need to upgrade for now.
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