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My 3D Mark 11 score...not too bad...
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Woah, what clocks are you running with? I can't break 9.5k with my 2500k at 4.5ghz and 680 at 1215/6800. frown.gif

Edit: Oh, 2133mhz memory, that explains that. smile.gif
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post #763 of 1059
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Woah, what clocks are you running with? I can't break 9.5k with my 2500k at 4.5ghz and 680 at 1215/6800. frown.gif
Edit: Oh, 2133mhz memory, that explains that. smile.gif

Find it hard to believe 750 pts depend on the frequency of the ram.
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Woah, what clocks are you running with? I can't break 9.5k with my 2500k at 4.5ghz and 680 at 1215/6800. frown.gif
Edit: Oh, 2133mhz memory, that explains that. smile.gif

Find it hard to believe 750 pts depend on the frequency of the ram.

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But it does seem to vary quite a bit between systems with similar specs.
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As the overall score is determined by the average of the GPU/CPU scores its not so hard to believe, if you have a look around the improvements with better memory are pretty common. On this very forum tsm106 saw a difference of 1k points smile.gif
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As the overall score is determined by the average of the GPU/CPU scores its not so hard to believe, if you have a look around the improvements with better memory are pretty common. On this very forum tsm106 saw a difference of 1k points smile.gif

I just went from 1600 to 2133 the other day and I didn't even notice a difference redface.gif I mean it might have been 100 points but thats it. Wasn't enough for me to notice.
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Seem to be having an issue where Precision X won't apply my overclocks unless I create a profile and manually go in and select it every time I boot Windows. Clocks are also reset whenever a game crashes (crashes not due to overclocking, usually program CTDs) This only seems to happen with the 301.24 driverset, 301.10 seemed to keep my overclocks through anything. Anyone else having issue with the .24 set?
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http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3203460
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My max - 1370 boost.
Edited by khemist - 4/15/12 at 12:51pm
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@khemist What was your max boost with that clock? That pic doesn't really show anything. But that is a huge offset. Curious what OC is correlated to.


Damn your graphics score is insane you almost hit 12 grand.
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