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True hardware can "wear out" but not in terms of performance.

His performance problem is directly related to the CPU overclock.


3DMark 11 and Vantage both benefit much more from a higher CPU overclock than an actual GPU overclock at the same extent.

Which is weird actually if you think about it but just a fact we can all see happening in this thread

All the 26K and 25K CPU owners with 4.7GHZ and + achieve much higher scores with a potentially lower GPU overclock compared to those in the opposidte situation.

I have some advice for benchmarks though.
Usually hardware especially CPU´s and GPU´s need to be warmed up before engaging a performance determination test.

Meaning the first run most commonly isn´t the best one.
Which is why people conduct benchmarks in loops.
Usually benches are done in a loop 3 order.

1.)Warm up
2.)performance
3.)performance fluctuation to either increase or decrease

That is the way I have experienced it.

After 3 loops the scores just get lower and lower which is why you should always reboot after a loop 3 order or shut the rig down for a bit to cool off.

Also for a perfect or at least optimal benching environment your SSD or HDD should only contain the most important necassaties such as drivers for the hardware etc all other processes of Windows should be closed or not even installed in the first place

Also always deem your benchmark process a realtime priority in the taskmanager so it can enjoy full attention of the CPU

Other than that there aren´t many tricks that can be used to improve benching performance.

With a high 580 overclock on air I would recommend to directly have a fan blow at it ...ideally one held in your hand and positioning it where it needs to go.

Hmm, I am using turbo for OCing, but I'd rather not mess with it until the new BIOS for my board is released, as I mentioned earlier. I realize now that I had Steam open dling games as well as avira and my asus monitoring utility. It might explain a lot. I might just ziptie to fans to the side of the case, blowing directly on the card, until I get my silicone pins.
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Redid my GPU OC and here's what I have:

[Baasha][EVGA GTX-580 3GB Tri-SLI][900MHz/2004MHz @ 1.10V][ID=45C|42C|38C/LD=70C|64C|55C]
**3DMark11: P14406**
***3DMark Vantage: P56417***
****Unigine Heaven 2.5 Benchmark: 83.6FPS/2106****


Proof:





*What is the best OC people have gotten on the EVGA GTX-580 3GB in Tri-SLI? I'm already at 1.1V so I'm a bit nervous about increasing it any more since I'm on air-cooling.
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I think I'm in love with this card. Played my first game today (Crysis, first time actually playing it ) on my new rig and it was BEAUTIFUL. I have to say though, even for a 4 year old game, Crysis puts up a damned good fight against my 870/2200 OC. I played it for about an hour and hit a maximum temperature of 85C.
Edited by Infinite Jest - 7/16/11 at 9:22pm
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Since I haven't gotten any responses yet........

Posted a request for a banner here in the Arts / Graphics section.
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If anybody that's good with Photoshop in here, would mind making our little club a nice banner, I would appreciate it. I'm helping Kung Pow redo the OP up and make it a little nicer looking, and better flowing.

If anybody would be kind enough to help us out here.....please PM me a link to your work (don't post it here, I'll handle that stuff).

Thanks,
~pio
Thanks man!! that is a great idea

I have been working on the Hall of Fame a bit.

And yes you are right, the transit from V.I.P sections to the club ranking could be more fluid and the aesthetic aspect of it could also be improved a bit.

But our ways are limited in the posting area^^

I hope you will be able to help me out a little

Nice job!, Nice mod!



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Hmm, I am using turbo for OCing, but I'd rather not mess with it until the new BIOS for my board is released, as I mentioned earlier. I realize now that I had Steam open dling games as well as avira and my asus monitoring utility. It might explain a lot. I might just ziptie to fans to the side of the case, blowing directly on the card, until I get my silicone pins.
Well there you go!

You should never run any unecassary processes when conducting a benchmark

Still having the Turbo enabled at a potentially high overclock of 4.5GHZ is not optimal since it will fluctuate your CPU clock and with a very high probability cause instability to your system.

I strongly recommend to turn it off and clock the additional 50MHZ it supplies by yourself so you can have a solid and persistant CPU clock which will most definately aid not only your CPU scores but also your over all system stability

You actually don´t have to worry as much about turning the Turbo of than leaving it on^^

Quote:
Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
[Baasha][EVGA GTX-580 3GB Tri-SLI][900MHz/2004MHz @ 1.10V][ID=45C|42C|38C/LD=70C|64C|55C]
**3DMark11: P14406**
***3DMark Vantage: P56417***
****Unigine Heaven 2.5 Benchmark: 83.6FPS/2106****


Proof:

*What is the best OC people have gotten on the EVGA GTX-580 3GB in Tri-SLI? I'm already at 1.1V so I'm a bit nervous about increasing it any more since I'm on air-cooling.
First of all I would very dearly like to welcome you to our Club!

Due to your efforts and appearent overclocking enthusiasm we have decided to add you to the Hall of Fame!!

You are currently 16th place!!

Secondly, if I might add ...perfect form , perfect format very nice entry post I really appreciate it!! +1 for that .

And to answer your question.
You are actually our first 580 Tri SLI user but I am sure you can draw some knowledge and overclocking experience from another member that has shown to be highly enthusiastic and persistant in his 580 SLI overclock.
Check out Majin SSJ Eric on the Hall of Fame and the thread I am sure you can benefit from his achievements.

Also a little tip regarding a multiple card setup that has helped mulitple guys on HWbot in their overclock with their SLI or Tri SLI configs.

You need to plug in the 4Pin power connectors on your board to supply your PCI-e slots with extra power from the different rails of your power supply.
This will not only aid your GPU overclock as it is kept more stable due to the extra power induction but also take off a lot of stress of your 24Pin connector the Slots are pulling from normally , and this might even result in the performance improvement of other parts depending on the 24Pin connector

Mostly the 4PIN connectors are around the PCI area ....actually not many boards have it since the technology is new but for your setup up it is highly recommended to plug those in since they must be pulling power like crazy especially if you are engaging a serious clock

Edit:Your board does not have the connector so don´t bother^^
I suggest you just try to overclock every card individually and determine which one scores best
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I think I'm in love with this card. Played my first game today (Crysis, first time actually playing it ) on my new rig and it was BEAUTIFUL. I have to say though, even for a 4 year old game, Crysis puts up a damned good fight against my 870/2200 OC. I played it for about an hour and hit a maximum temperature of 85C.

Did your baby beat his FPS?
Edited by Kung Pow - 7/17/11 at 3:52am
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I'm still working on it, no worries. That's why I need a good banner to work with.
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@juano:
You've never used a DFI board before then, have you? They (and a few others) have used berg connectors in the past as well (old school 3.5" floppy power).

Since his board lacks additional PCIe lane power, maybe he should look into one of those eVGA expansion cards that delivered extra power to the PCIe lanes via molex, and plugging it direct into the PCIe lanes.

I don't know what his board is, so it might not be an option.
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Nope sure haven't, so do you want me to bold the "that I've seen" or throw in a pic of a floppy connector? I'm guessing by your "in the past" and the fact that I've never seen a floppy power connector for PCIe power that it's pretty rare for modern motherboards, what's the newest board you're aware of with a berg connection for PCIe power?
DFI 790FX-M2RSH. It's a relatively new board (comparatively speaking). All DFI boards that supported Crossfire and SLI used it (sadly they never upgraded to molex). And considering DFI is still in business (small form factor boards right now though), they MIGHT still be producing board with berg connectors on them.

Most of the boards I've seen that had it though, were DFI. It was extremely early SLI boards that used berg (back when the GPU's used berg too). DFI just never updated their boards...since they were still getting more than enough power. No reason to use a different plug than what they had been I guess.

No reason to edit your post though. I was just making note of a connector you missed, that's all.

What do you think about the PCIe expansion card that supplies extra power via molex though? I believe its an eVGA exclusive, but it could be worth looking into if he can fit it on his board.
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