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Sozin --- 3570k@ 3.4GHz ---- 7950 ; 1100/1350 ----43,3 ---- 1813


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BradleyS -- 3770k @ 4.6 Ghz OC -- GTX 690 (GPU Clock: 1037, Memory: 1675, Boost: 1142) -- 86,2 -- 3608


Edited by BradleyS - 3/1/13 at 6:55pm
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BradleyS -- 3770k @ 4.6 Ghz OC -- GTX 690 (Power Target: 135, GPU Clock Offset: +122 Mhz, and Mem Clock Offset: +345 Mhz) -- 86,2 -- 3608


and people still don't understand that +this, +that doesn't tell us anything. What are your max boost clocks?
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and people still don't understand that +this, +that doesn't tell us anything. What are your max boost clocks?
Sorry, I'm new to this lol. My boost clock, according to GPU-Z is 1142.
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Sorry, I'm new to this lol. My boost clock, according to GPU-Z is 1142.

what is the max boost clock you reach while on load?

GPU-Z's Sensors tab will tell you this after you've ran a benchmark in "GPU Core Clock", click the drop down menu and select "Show highest reading"
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what is the max boost clock you reach while on load?

GPU-Z's Sensors tab will tell you this after you've ran a benchmark in "GPU Core Clock", click the drop down menu and select "Show highest reading"

GPU-Z's Sensors are showing 1175.8 Mhz for GPU Clock max and 1674.0 Mhz for Memory Clock max after running the benchmark.
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GPU-Z's Sensors are showing 1175.8 Mhz for GPU Clock max and 1674.0 Mhz for Memory Clock max after running the benchmark.

there you go, I'm guessing GPUs are synced in precision x as well?
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I know we can't submit results for different #'s of cards used, but here's my single-card bench:


holy crap that's not far way from my 670sli at all! what did you do! tongue.gif
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there you go, I'm guessing GPUs are synced in precision x as well?

Yep! Looking at the charts on the OP, it's crazy the amount of computers people have built that are so capable. Makes my $3k rig seem weak lmao
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holy crap that's not far way from my 670sli at all! what did you do! tongue.gif

You seriously scored that low with GTX670s in SLi?
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