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hotrod717 i7 3770K - 4.6 HD7970 Matrix Platinum 1375/1870 60,7 2538



I believe this makes the fastest non-ln2 7970 ! bruce.gif
    
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

..Exactly ! My 4x 670ies are great for current monitors / rez I use, but for new cards to buy from now on, for me it is 5 GB vram or more as HDMI2 sets come out

uhhh - your 670s are a bit more than "great" thumb.gif
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Hoping for some assistance here.
Have any of you guys found a score increase by increasing the priority of Valley or shutting down the explorer process? Since you have to start the run, go back to the desktop to raise priority, then come back to Valley I find that I actually get a tad worse score.

I ask because I wonder if it is worth it to have it in the op and people going to that much trouble if no one is seeing any score increase in Valley.

I've tried to increasing the priority to high and I didn't see a frame increase, I don't use that at all. I haven't tried explorer.
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Originally Posted by Yungbenny911 View Post

I got 37.2 FPS on single card run without trying too hard wink.gif. I should be able to push 39FPS if i really try, but unfortunately i can't compete in both divisions
thumb.gif now overclock the hell out of it and compete with the Titans tongue.gif

I see your the fastest 660 sli thumbsupsmiley.png, but guess your not in the single 660 non ti game, only saw that guy right below me on the list as second highest 660 non ti.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

uhhh - your 670s are a bit more than "great" thumb.gif


btw @ Karlitos, '4k' is a bit off topic, but your thread is light years ahead so think of it as 'Valley 3 / 4K extreme edition' tips biggrin.gif

tx- Jpmboy, those 670ies are even happier now that the total PSUs in that system are up to 2050w, no more starving at high PTs / MHz...

BTW, just happen to be on the phone with the earlier-referenced 4k video demo company chap...here is what he said:

1.) ...it was a real-time decompression render
2.) ...it was 2x 3GB VRAM HD 7970ies, but NOT in CF (each did half)...they use AMD for now because of the open-source driver thing re developers
3.) ...it was 60 hz (!)
4.) ...Whatever little screen-tearing there was (may be at 2 or 3 spots over a 2 min vid), the just-loaded AMD 13.6 driver apparently helps with that
5.) ...and perhaps of importance to Titan folk - they just installed Win 8 on that demo system today, and apparently, it also helped greatly w/reducing tearing even before the 13.6 (AMD specific) driver
Edited by Joa3d43 - 5/29/13 at 6:50pm
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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

hotrod717 i7 3770K - 4.6 HD7970 Matrix Platinum 1375/1870 60,7 2538



I believe this makes the fastest non-ln2 7970 ! bruce.gif

Pretty sure TSM was faster...
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Couple more benchmarks TriSLI 680s before getting 780 SLI:

EVGA SC+ Tri SLI

LastLegion --- Intel Core i7 3930K @ 4.7 GHz --- EVGA 680 SC+ @ 1202 MHz / 1725 MHz --- 114.8 FPS --- 4802



EVGA 780 SLI

LastLegion --- Intel Core i7 3930K @ 4.7 GHz --- EVGA 780 @ 1189 MHz / 1701 MHz --- 119.3 FPS --- 4993

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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Pretty sure TSM was faster...

Tsm didint have tweaks and also he had lower clocks.
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You sure TSM didn't use driver tweaks? He's a benching pro, I'm sure he knows all the tricks in the book...
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You sure TSM didn't use driver tweaks? He's a benching pro, I'm sure he knows all the tricks in the book...

He told me that he never used tweaks. Not worth it
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