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Heaven seems benefit from memory bandwidth more than core.
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So this may be a noob question to some but I've been hearing about this ASIC Quality thing. What is it and is higher better?
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So this may be a noob question to some but I've been hearing about this ASIC Quality thing. What is it and is higher better?

Here is the explanation given by TechPowerUP! - Source when they first implemented the ASIC Rating.
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The next new feature is ASIC quality, designed for NVIDIA Fermi (GF10x and GF11x GPUs) and AMD Southern Islands (HD 7800 series and above), aimed at advanced users, hardware manufacturers, and the likes. We've found the ways in which AMD and NVIDIA segregate their freshly-made GPU ASICs based on the electrical leakages the chips produce (to increase yield by allotting them in different SKUs and performance bins), and we've found ways in which ASIC quality can be quantified and displayed. Find this feature in the context menu of GPU-Z. We're working on implementing this feature on older AMD Radeon GPUs.


It's values can give some insight on your cards qaulity on a few different levels. Default Voltage, Power Consumption, Overclocking (stock,air cooler), & Overclocking (water,dice,LN2).


Example: My first GPU is 81.5 reaches 1175 MHz Core my second is 90.1 reaches 1201 MHzCore on my dual GPU. So there is some correlation on scores translating with actual over clocks acheived at least for me it did.

However we are seeing cards who's low ASIC score still yeilded a good over clock, so I take the scores with a grain of salt. biggrin.gif
     
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Hmm mine says 94.9%....hoping that means I got a good clocker.

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Found a stable one and reached 1405 score, one thing i noticed though is the core clock didn't stay consistent (went from 1300-1320) which by what i read in this guide seems like throttling, although it never went over 65C.

good looking OC
if possible, please run Heaven at 1920x1080. most numbers being posted are at that resolution w/ all settings maxed out (tesselation, AA, AF, etc).

i've also noticed my MSI N670 PE apparently throttle with voltage increased on the core.
with +20mV on the core i'm stable at 1350 MHz (core) and 3703 MHz (Vram) but when i run Heaven at those settings i notice the core bounces between 1350 MHz, and 1290 MHz... temps are in the 60's so i don't understand why its throttling (its my understanding temp throttling does not happen until over 70C)
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The higher the AISC means the better of an over clocker on stock air cooling. So the closer you get to 100% score should translate into better overclocking on air. No garuantee though and that's why I don't give the score to much weight in determining more than the silicone quality.
     
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Here is the explanation given by TechPowerUP! - Source when they first implemented the ASIC Rating.
It's values can give some insight on your cards qaulity on a few different levels. Default Voltage, Power Consumption, Overclocking (stock,air cooler), & Overclocking (water,dice,LN2).
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Example: My first GPU is 81.5 reaches 1175 MHz Core my second is 90.1 reaches 1201 MHzCore on my dual GPU. So there is some correlation on scores translating with actual over clocks acheived at least for me it did.
However we are seeing cards who's low ASIC score still yeilded a good over clock, so I take the scores with a grain of salt. biggrin.gif

uhmm it make me think a lot. The ASIC Rating result of my card's I'm ~9.2% sozo.gif

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good looking OC
if possible, please run Heaven at 1920x1080. most numbers being posted are at that resolution w/ all settings maxed out (tesselation, AA, AF, etc).
i've also noticed my MSI N670 PE apparently throttle with voltage increased on the core.
with +20mV on the core i'm stable at 1350 MHz (core) and 3703 MHz (Vram) but when i run Heaven at those settings i notice the core bounces between 1350 MHz, and 1290 MHz... temps are in the 60's so i don't understand why its throttling (its my understanding temp throttling does not happen until over 70C)

no most results being posted, and even in the benchmark forums, are 1680x1050
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i'd agree with your statement if it read
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yes most results being posted, and even in the benchmark forums, are 1920x1080

I'm looking to compare my N670 PE against other halo gpus (680 Lightning, EVGA Classy, ASUS TOP, and so on) and those guys are benching at 1920x1080. If your native resolution is higher than 1680x1050, you are really not pushing your gpu as hard as your should to determine stability.

But, no need to listen to me. I can simply run my gpu at 1680x1050 to compare with yours.
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i'd agree with your statement if it read
I'm looking to compare my N670 PE against other halo gpus (680 Lightning, EVGA Classy, ASUS TOP, and so on) and those guys are benching at 1920x1080. If your native resolution is higher than 1680x1050, you are really not pushing your gpu as hard as your should to determine stability.
But, no need to listen to me. I can simply run my gpu at 1680x1050 to compare with yours.

wait until i get my new monitor tmw i will run one
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