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post #111 of 467
UPDATE!!!

Finally.......thumb.gif
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/48880



But I dont know why with Catalyst 13.2 Beta 4 my scores are decline by 1000 from previous driver ( Catalyst13.1 ) redface.gif
post #112 of 467
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OK guys, this bench is definitely borked on CF/SLI setups. The range of scores is all over the map with single 670's beating quadfire 7970's and so forth. Given that I'm going to hold off on an official leaderboard for this thread until the scores start to make a little more sense. It is not unusual for a new benchmark to have scoring issues ahead of driver/software updates so keep posting those scores and hopefully they'll have it all sorted soon...
post #113 of 467
My result is awful! mad.gif Time for a new build????

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/24746

post #114 of 467
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you cant unless you purchase it
Ah i didn't know that.

Anyway It's worth the price, i mean if you can afford a cup of coffee and a sandwich you can afford $25?
post #115 of 467
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25% off with 3dmark11 code so not even $25...
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Ah i didn't know that.

Anyway It's worth the price, i mean if you can afford a cup of coffee and a sandwich you can afford $25?
dunno where you're shopping, but coffee and a sandwich doesn't cost me $25 redface.gif
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OK guys, this bench is definitely borked on CF/SLI setups. The range of scores is all over the map with single 670's beating quadfire 7970's and so forth. Given that I'm going to hold off on an official leaderboard for this thread until the scores start to make a little more sense. It is not unusual for a new benchmark to have scoring issues ahead of driver/software updates so keep posting those scores and hopefully they'll have it all sorted soon...

You can say that again, I barely made it over 6K during the firestrike test with 3x7950s headscratch.gif
post #118 of 467
Here's mine, using clocks in sig rig, guess 3DMark doesn't display the boost correctly.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/55663
Edited by venomblade - 2/5/13 at 8:32am
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Steam has it for 18 dollars guys
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My result is awful! mad.gif Time for a new build????

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/24746


I don't see why you consider your results awful, it seems on par to me...

If I compare 3DMark11 scores, you previously posted that you scored P17291 with your setup. In comparison on my setup I scored P9214 which equals to an ~88% increase in performance over my setup.

Now If I compare 3DMark Fire Strike scores, you scored 10980 over my 5910 which equals to an ~86% increase in performance over my setup.

Some have gotten far worse results than what they should be getting considering their setups so I wouldn't worry! thumb.gif
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