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Rate my bench test (Valley Benchmark 1.0) 7970 crosfire

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Ok so just got done messing around with the GPU's this is what i got so far, good bad not bad what u guys think, also if u have any suggestion plz feel free to comment on my Overclock, the ASIC quality seem a bit low, for these HIS GHz cards is in it? 67.3% as primary and the other gpu is 64.7%

ok so the one thing my temps are AMAZINGLY LOW, the highest ive seen is 71, forgot fan speed but quiet, i do have great cooling and 4 side fans to blow air in, and set to low speed so they are quiet.thumb.gif

Using MSI Afterburner
1200~ on the core STOCK voltage, i dont think they would go any further tho...
1600~ on memory, all games play fine but BF3 only runs at 1575 but stable in bench tests, with memory VOLTAGE up to 1600

im hoping i could go a little further maybe if i cranked up the Core Volts but i dont i dont want to FRY my cards frown.gif



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With boost cards, when you say "stock voltage" overclock, the boost is actually feeding your chip additional voltage. Run gpuz to track your voltage when benching.
     
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel 3960x @4.7 ghz asrock extreme9 x79 3x msi 7970 lightnings g.skill ripjawx 1600 cl8 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingMonitor
ssd: kingston hyperx 120gb hdd: seagate barracu... bd-rwh water for cpu benq 2420t 24" 120hz 
Case
mountain mods extended asension 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3960x Asrock Extreme9 2x Sapphire 6950 unlocked G.skill CL8 12800 x4 (4gb) 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Kingston hyperx  Seagate barracuda xt 7200/ sata3/ 64 mb cache LiteOn BD-R x12 Watercooling 
OSMonitorPowerCase
win 7 x64 asus 23" 1080p 1000W Thermaltake toughpower HAX 932 Advanced (modified for Radiators on ins... 
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Razer Deathhadder 3.5g sennheiser PC 330, Game blaster with Extreme9 
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Originally Posted by jomama22 View Post

With boost cards, when you say "stock voltage" overclock, the boost is actually feeding your chip additional voltage. Run gpuz to track your voltage when benching.
oh ok so that means it adjust it self accordingly to my clocks correct? so that means i dont have to mess with it right?
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looks like my bench is looking very godd so far in my opinion and compared to other, i though that it was really low, seems to be working ok i guess
Edited by Vertoxic - 4/5/13 at 11:15pm
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Yea thats not bad man with my crossfire 7950's I get a 3850 in Valley thumb.gif
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Cool, I get around 1780 score with 1 7970 at 1050/1500, cannot go much further on the clocks as I have locked voltage and anything above 1050 on the core isn't 100% stable. CPU is i5 2500K @4.5Ghz
Edited by pokerapar88 - 8/27/13 at 1:13pm
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