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What are some of your nvidia memory controller loads durring this test?? My 660ti is only going up to ~30%... I know it was better as I got 37.2 the first time through the bench..
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I managed to increase my clock speeds and score:




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does cpu score affect any of the heaven benchmarks at all or just solely video power?
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Originally Posted by nycste View Post

does cpu score affect any of the heaven benchmarks at all or just solely video power?

Gpu clocks first and foremost, but then the cpu overclock can keep your gpu from hitting its stride. In essence it's a game of fractions, and the more you can get in your corner the higher your final score will be. If you get the combo right (sweet spot), you can throw down frames that higher clocked systems fail to.
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Bladexngt –--- i7 3770K@4.5 Ghz ---- Gigabyte GTX670 2xSLI; 1111/6034 ---- 81.8 ---- 3424


Edited by bladexngt - 2/19/13 at 5:48pm
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Gpu clocks first and foremost, but then the cpu overclock can keep your gpu from hitting its stride. In essence it's a game of fractions, and the more you can get in your corner the higher your final score will be. If you get the combo right (sweet spot), you can throw down frames that higher clocked systems fail to.

Alright thanks
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OP updated, I messed all afternoon on this, tell me what you think about the new layout.


Please someone help me with this. When I try to post the graphs using HTML code here on OCN, i get this error message shown in the spoiler. I have this only when I try to post the HD 79xx vs GTX 6xx graphs)

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This is the only info I found, I don't understand a crap.
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Is there a limit on the URL length for the Google Chart API? What is the maximum URL length?
The maximum length of a URL is not determined by the Google Chart API, but rather by web browser and web server considerations. The longest URL that Google accepts in a chart GET request is 2048 characters in length, after URL-encoding (e.g., | becomes %7C). For POST, this limit is 16K.
If URL length is a problem, here are a few suggestions for shortening your URL:

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Hey Karlitos, as far as multiple entries go I think its okay if somebody has completely separate rigs but multiple entries with the same hardware should not be allowed. For instance my 7970 and 580 rigs each are on the chart but I should only get to use my CF 7970 score and not a single 7970 score as well. What do you think?
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