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I got the same score with it off,

That is the best I have seen. Your memory offset is normal, but you have a gpu offset that is quite high - congratulations - I would love to be able to take mine that high.
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Pretty sure that running with the iGPU while benching is a big no-no. But yes, you would most likely see a good amount of points added (The faster your RAM is, the faster the iGPU is .. etc.).

Introducing this will only put even more data into an already (Im guessing) complex amount of spreadsheets.

I'm not sure that's correct with the exception of possibly LucidLogix VirtuMVP and Hyperformance.
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That is the best I have seen. Your memory offset is normal, but you have a gpu offset that is quite high - congratulations - I would love to be able to take mine that high.

Look at post 1737 of this thread, puts all of us to shame.ph34r-smiley.gif
    
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Sorry man. No intention to offend you. Put the whip to those cards and post your reults. Here's what KingPin@EVGA was able to pull off. Amazing.

Quote which you must already know about:
NVIDIA emphasized triple-way SLI multi-GPU setups for some reason when it spoke of the new GeForce GTX Titan graphics card, despite the product being overpowered even on its own. Either way, overclockers proved quite quick to test the device, although EVGA’s in-house KingPin really outdid himself. He took not one, but four of those things and added another world record to his already considerable list. His quad-SLI configuration achieved a record clock speed of 1750 MHz (versus 876 MHz) and scored X18554 points in 3DMark 11 extreme preset (another record). That was the GPU frequency. The memory worked at 1707 MHz memory clock. The voltage was of 1162 MV. Coincidentally, EVGA is the only one with a less than ordinary card so far."

No problem at all. Just wanted to clear things up smile.gif

Yeah I don't think anyone will be touching his score for a while. I love how in the quote you posted, they say "The voltage was 1162mv". I hope they were being sarcastic wink.gif
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That's a great score, but you must break 4000!thumb.gif

wholeeo --- i7 3770K @ 4.8 Ghz ---- GTX 690 ; 1267 / 1801 ---- 95,7 FPS ---- 4004

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wholeeo --- i7 3770K @ 4.8 Ghz ---- GTX 690 ; 1267 / 1801 ---- 95,7 FPS ---- 4004


Thanks buddy!smile.gif

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Thanks buddy!smile.gif

+Rep for that submission.

Was actually able to beat that some more,

wholeeo --- i7 3770K @ 4.8 Ghz ---- GTX 690 ; 1267 / 1827 ---- 96,5 FPS ---- 4036



I may try with 5.0 on the CPU later and with the ram speed up a bit.
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Look at post 1737 of this thread, puts all of us to shame.ph34r-smiley.gif
So if we go to the trouble of uninstalling service pack 1 in w7 we get a better score?
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Was actually able to beat that some more,

wholeeo --- i7 3770K @ 4.8 Ghz ---- GTX 690 ; 1267 / 1827 ---- 96,5 FPS ---- 4036



I may try with 5.0 on the CPU later and with the ram speed up a bit.
that's an amazing core clock. From 4.8 to 5.0 on my CPU I pulled 3-7 more fps. Still can't wait to see that card go. Push it into 100+
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Was actually able to beat that some more,

wholeeo --- i7 3770K @ 4.8 Ghz ---- GTX 690 ; 1267 / 1827 ---- 96,5 FPS ---- 4036



I may try with 5.0 on the CPU later and with the ram speed up a bit.

got to beat my 2 7950s before you go to sleep

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