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^^Waterblocks for lightnings are getting close to release.

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I just played 2 hours of BF3 at the same settings as I ran Unigine, so it seems Unigine IS the best test for stability on the 680s, since it's pretty much the ONLY thing that'll crash my cards at a lower mhz...
I think I might pick up another 7970 tsm just so I can beat your score smile.gif Although 2 of my 7970s will do 1300mhz already on air, the 3rd can barely do 1240 which is why I sold it and I'm picking up 2 more Black edition reference models to compare to the 680s. I'm still on the fence as to which to keep... rolleyes.gif


Current yields are excellent. Most silicon now is all very low leakage so you should have an easier time hitting 1300. I just picked up a Sapph OC and replaced my POS x79 ud3 with a red Asus board. Got a 4th block incoming lol. I'm not going 3930k though, will wait and see what the next set of wafers will bring. I'll be on a 3820 in the meantime. Thus you better hurry. Btw, SB 2600K kicks major butt so I'm a bit sad to move my p67 ws revo to a spare rig.
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4 GTX 680s boosting to around 1215-1260 on the highest core(since it's an EVGA SC+). The problem was the fact that the GPU usage was hovering around 70-80% most of the time, sometimes peaking up to 92% or so, but then dropping down to 45% in certain areas. I've only tested the 301.34 drivers with the hacked inf thus far, so idk if another driver would perform better. If someone knows, let me know and I'll try it. I can most certainly take 1st place with a little tweaking, but I expect far more than that with 4 680s. I hope Nvidia gets on their game with the drivers or I'll be adding another 7970 to my 3 other 7970s and switching to quad-fire. I'm asking $20 over retail for my 680s just so they don't sell right away here on OCN, which should hopefully give Nvidia enough time to get their act together. If not, once the first sells, I'll sell them all.
EDIT: Btw, does anyone know if tsm was using Lucid MVP at all, since he's running sandy?
Wow, quadfire scaling must be very good in Unigine.
Does the inf disqualify you?
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W/O Tess
375
With Tess
375
Are you telling me you can't see the difference here? Look at the cobbles. And obviously you can see the difference isn't 20fps, it's gargantuan!

If you think that's somehow 'conclusive' proof of anything, that's just wrong. What if I smooth it the background or do something. Hell I could be stealing someone's work here and posting as mine. This thread seems to be so paranoid about cheats it's almost a waste of time.

There's no evidence on most pics that the clocks (CPU or GPU) match what people are saying. That doesn't matter .. but a background does, even when changing the setting gives a huge fps boost instantly noticable?

add: next time take the pics at the same place maybe so some eagle eye who cares more than me can then sit there and think if you're a cheat or not.
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I could take two different run screenshots, and make a fake 'shop before even a single loop of Heaven finished! This thread is on the honor system for sure.
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No MVP on P67 WS Revo. Besides, I don't need no junk in between me and my cards. biggrin.gif
I don't understand what is so hard to comprehend?
W/O Tess
375
With Tess
375
Are you telling me you can't see the difference here? Look at the cobbles. And obviously you can see the difference isn't 20fps, it's gargantuan!

You just proved my point Tsm. The program unigine is completely unable to tell that the tessellation load has been modified. The differences in this screen shot are obvious, because tess is completely turned off. Whereas the differences wouldn’t be as obvious if the tessellation level was simply turned down a little. Tsm, your scores could be 100% legit. My argument is that there is no real way of knowing unless the program was able to recognize changes in tessellation load.
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Dude, you are free not to believe a single post in this thread. I don't really care because I know that my runs are legit (and I am 100% certain that the guys I know around here are posting legit runs as well, Nvidia and AMD side both). That being said, I'm going to do a video run of Heaven just for you to prove that there is no driver-tinkering going on. It shouldn't come to this in such an established and respected thread but I also think it will be an interesting benchmark video to add to my channel (MegaTechPC) so that's why I'm going to do it.

TSM is also doing some interesting tests on this subject but I will let him post his findings if and when he wishes too...
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Dude, you are free not to believe a single post in this thread. I don't really care because I know that my runs are legit (and I am 100% certain that the guys I know around here are posting legit runs as well, Nvidia and AMD side both). That being said, I'm going to do a video run of Heaven just for you to prove that there is no driver-tinkering going on. It shouldn't come to this in such an established and respected thread but I also think it will be an interesting benchmark video to add to my channel (MegaTechPC) so that's why I'm going to do it.
TSM is also doing some interesting tests on this subject but I will let him post his findings if and when he wishes too...
That’s not necessary, but if you insist…..Re-install CCC and enable x64 tessellation or change it to “application settings” and you’ll see my point.
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CDMAN, did you miss my post or is there something i missed, or is there another table apart from the one on the front page?, thanks - http://www.overclock.net/t/1235557/official-top-30-heaven-benchmark-3-0-scores/360_90#post_17252231
Edited by khemist - 5/17/12 at 12:18pm
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