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Is beating half of the Titans not good enough for you? biggrin.gif

nice one! didn*t noticed it since your post got deleted.
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I got the memory to run @1900MHz with 1228MHz core:

How is it possible that you get 10 fps more then thestache does with only 13mhz more on your core and 440Mhz on your memory? I know your memory OC is very good but definitely not 10fps good..
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How is it possible that you get 10 fps more then thestache does with only 13mhz more on your core and 440Mhz on your memory? I know your memory OC is very good but definitely not 10fps good..

there's something wrong with thestache's OC.

Unstable memory OC maybe. Or it could be something software related.

I get nearly 83fps with lower clocks than he was running.
 
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there's something wrong with thestache's OC.

Unstable memory OC maybe. Or it could be something software related.

I get nearly 83fps with lower clocks than he was running.

No idea what's wrong.

Lowered my memory from +575mhz which seems to be the sweet spot (and was lowered from the original +650) even down to +200-400 and it just results in lower scores. I do the same with the core and it just lowers the scores. It's not the surround setup because I tried it single screen and that only gave me an extra 50 points/1.2 FPS.
    
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Maybe it's just windows 8.... But then again eric got a nice 80fps on win8.

Maybe just reinstall drivers and heaven.
 
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Maybe it's just windows 8.... But then again eric got a nice 80fps on win8.

Maybe just reinstall drivers and heaven.

Clean Windows 8 and drivers install is worth a shot.
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with this much data it's more fun to analyze them than run the test now. biggrin.gif

All data below are from the form on the first page (which means old data before we had the form are not included). Entries with partially missing data or obviously poor performing data (like all your peers got average 80 fps but you with the same setup got only 50. Sorry your computer must be drunk and that data doesn't count) or with unbelievable data (like you're reporting you overclocked a Titan to 1370, no way! you were reading the wrong number from valley screen) are left out of the analysis. I chose these cards for no particular reason. And I think if you put 680 or 7870 data in conclusion will stay the same.




GPU MEM is the best correlated with final score. GPU core doesn't seem to contribute as much as you expected. I blame the boost mechanism for the result. Whatever core frequency you thought your card were running at, they were not. tongue.gif They either feel themselves too hot to work or they hit the hardware power limit.




See, without the boost, AMD cards owner were having much simpler life. All frequencies correlate with final score better comparing to Nvidia cards. In another word, when AMD cards got overclocked, they worked harder. When Nvidia cards got overclocked, oops, they throttled. biggrin.gif

How about SLI and CF?



Same thing. 670 SLI scores have the best correlation with your CPU frequency! Want a better score? Stop messing up with your 670s, they will throttle anyway, instead, overclock your CPU!

And finally, to 690 owners:

Your overclocking efforts on GPU core were perfectly irrelevant to the final scores. Get your GPU MEM higher to see the difference in the future. smilingsmiley.gif

Summary:


Bottom line: AMD cards, you just overclock as much as you can to win. Nvidia cards, you need to find the best non-throttling CPU core and MEM core combination. Just pushing your core as higher as it goes will not give you best result. And don't forget to overclock your CPU to help these naughty Nvidia cards if you are running SLI. What a wonderful life for us Nvidia cards owner! lmaosmiley.gif
Edited by fewness - 5/26/13 at 7:21am
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with this much data it's more fun to analyze them than run the test now. biggrin.gif

All data below are from the form on the first page (which means old data before we had the form are not included). Entries with partially missing data or obviously poor performing data (like all your peers got average 80 fps but you with the same setup got only 50. Sorry your computer must be drunk and that data doesn't count) or with unbelievable data (like you're reporting you overclocked a Titan to 1370, no way! you were reading the wrong number from valley screen) are left out of the analysis. I chose these cards for no particular reason. And I think if you put 680 or 7870 data in conclusion will stay the same.

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GPU MEM is the best correlated with final score. GPU core doesn't seem to contribute as much as you expected. I blame the boost mechanism for the result. Whatever core frequency you thought your card were running at, they were not. tongue.gif They either feel themselves too hot to work or they hit the hardware power limit.


2kp.png
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See, without the boost, AMD cards owner were having much simpler life. All frequencies correlate with final score better comparing to Nvidia cards. In another word, when AMD cards got overclocked, they worked harder. When Nvidia cards got overclocked, oops, they throttled. biggrin.gif

How about SLI and CF?
4kp.png
5kp.png

Same thing. 670 SLI scores have the best correlation with your CPU frequency! Want a better score? Stop messing up with your 670s, they will throttle anyway, instead, overclock your CPU!

And finally, to 690 owners:
9kp.png
Your overclocking efforts on GPU core were perfectly irrelevant to the final scores. Get your GPU MEM higher to see the difference in the future. smilingsmiley.gif

Summary:
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Bottom line: AMD cards, you just overclock as much as you can to win. Nvidia cards, you need to find the best non-throttling CPU core and MEM core combination. Just pushing your core as higher as it goes will not give you best result. And don't forget to overclock your CPU to help these naughty Nvidia cards. What a wonderful life for us Nvidia cards owner! lmaosmiley.gif

Great job! I can relate to that. I experienced huge benefits overclocking mem on my TITANs.

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