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Guys why when i am over 1.325V 3dmark11 shuts down mine cards, only in 3dmark, i ran valley on 1.4V with no problem-

Also how safe is 1.4V for everyday use, i dont game much, about 1-2 hours per day.
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I did it. Ran Firestrike stable. Question is is it game stable? That I will have to find out.



Is there anyone running a 24/7 clock with voltage higher then 1.212v?

I am, 1.325V for everyday use.
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it doesnt want to flash for some reason? when I type in the #3 it doesnt go into flashing. its just a quick flash
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Any GTX780+Haswell user (preferably i5-4670 with average OC, like 4.2-4.3k) would like to do a BF4 experiment?

Few months ago I have benchmarked my games in BF4 on a 7950 paired with i5-750 on different maps, on ultra settings (sometimes with AA).
Results are available >>HERE<<

I would like to do the same with GTX 780, but this time on CQ Large 64 players servers. I don't want to do it in ultra details - I am getting a G-Sync monitor once it is available, so I am aiming for at least ~120fps average.

I have benchmarked two maps already:






I would like to compare my results to a similiar rig, but with a Haswell processor. The reason why I want to do this is that I want to upgrade my platform to i5-4670k+Asrock Z87 Extreme 4 and I am wondering how much boost it is going to be in CPU demanding games, like BF4 64-players multiplayer.

If you want to participate in this test, set your details to: ultra textures, rest high. Disable ambient oclusion. Set aa to 2xMSAA. Resolution 1920x1080. V-Sync obviously OFF. (sorry for polish version, but EA forced us to play it - no english version for us) I used FOV=70, but it doesn't impact performance too much I think.
You will need FRAPS to benchmark it. You can either send to me FPS files (e.g. bf4 2014-01-06 16-40-15-68 fps.csv) or public charts yourself (making them is not exactly hard).
If you do send it to me, remember to attach your rig information and map you played on!

Try to engage into bigger fights often, because it is pointless if you drive around in a jeep and avoid firefights. Obviously this test cannot be objective, but with let's say 40-60 min of gameplay on different maps, it should give some insight how CPU can benefit in this game.
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Originally Posted by crun View Post

Any GTX780+Haswell user (preferably i5-4670 with average OC, like 4.2-4.3k) would like to do a BF4 experiment?

Few months ago I have benchmarked my games in BF4 on a 7950 paired with i5-750 on different maps, on ultra settings (sometimes with AA).
Results are available >>HERE<<

I would like to do the same with GTX 780, but this time on CQ Large 64 players servers. I don't want to do it in ultra details - I am getting a G-Sync monitor once it is available, so I am aiming for at least ~120fps average.

I have benchmarked two maps already:






I would like to compare my results to a similiar rig, but with a Haswell processor. The reason why I want to do this is that I want to upgrade my platform to i5-4670k+Asrock Z87 Extreme 4 and I am wondering how much boost it is going to be in CPU demanding games, like BF4 64-players multiplayer.

If you want to participate in this test, set your details to: ultra textures, rest high. Disable ambient oclusion. Set aa to 2xMSAA. Resolution 1920x1080. V-Sync obviously OFF. (sorry for polish version, but EA forced us to play it - no english version for us) I used FOV=70, but it doesn't impact performance too much I think.
You will need FRAPS to benchmark it. You can either send to me FPS files (e.g. bf4 2014-01-06 16-40-15-68 fps.csv) or public charts yourself (making them is not exactly hard).
If you do send it to me, remember to attach your rig information and map you played on!

Try to engage into bigger fights often, because it is pointless if you drive around in a jeep and avoid firefights. Obviously this test cannot be objective, but with let's say 40-60 min of gameplay on different maps, it should give some insight how CPU can benefit in this game.
What about a 8350
 
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Originally Posted by crun View Post

Any GTX780+Haswell user (preferably i5-4670 with average OC, like 4.2-4.3k) would like to do a BF4 experiment?

Few months ago I have benchmarked my games in BF4 on a 7950 paired with i5-750 on different maps, on ultra settings (sometimes with AA).
Results are available >>HERE<<

I would like to do the same with GTX 780, but this time on CQ Large 64 players servers. I don't want to do it in ultra details - I am getting a G-Sync monitor once it is available, so I am aiming for at least ~120fps average.

I have benchmarked two maps already:






I would like to compare my results to a similiar rig, but with a Haswell processor. The reason why I want to do this is that I want to upgrade my platform to i5-4670k+Asrock Z87 Extreme 4 and I am wondering how much boost it is going to be in CPU demanding games, like BF4 64-players multiplayer.

If you want to participate in this test, set your details to: ultra textures, rest high. Disable ambient oclusion. Set aa to 2xMSAA. Resolution 1920x1080. V-Sync obviously OFF. (sorry for polish version, but EA forced us to play it - no english version for us) I used FOV=70, but it doesn't impact performance too much I think.
You will need FRAPS to benchmark it. You can either send to me FPS files (e.g. bf4 2014-01-06 16-40-15-68 fps.csv) or public charts yourself (making them is not exactly hard).
If you do send it to me, remember to attach your rig information and map you played on!

Try to engage into bigger fights often, because it is pointless if you drive around in a jeep and avoid firefights. Obviously this test cannot be objective, but with let's say 40-60 min of gameplay on different maps, it should give some insight how CPU can benefit in this game.

hi there is a thread dedicated to benchmark BF4 can u look for it and post it there too?

thanks i will be doing the same test once i get my GTX780 setup smile.gif
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What about a 8350
sure, just send me the files or make charts yourself smile.gif
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sure, just send me the files or make charts yourself smile.gif
How do i send files
 
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Did a quick Fraps bench in BF4 64MP @1189/1554

2014-01-06 09:07:17 - bf4
Frames: 10498 - Time: 120000ms - Avg: 87.483 - Min: 59 - Max: 109
Is that with everything maxed out? 1080p? Seems low. I guess MSAA really kills performance. I run at high no MSAA @ 1440p.
2013-12-27 18:51:47 - bf4
Frames: 28152 - Time: 246755ms - Avg: 114.089 - Min: 84 - Max: 140
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Is that with everything maxed out? 1080p? Seems low. I guess MSAA really kills performance. I run at high no MSAA @ 1440p.
2013-12-27 18:51:47 - bf4
Frames: 28152 - Time: 246755ms - Avg: 114.089 - Min: 84 - Max: 140
I was playing CQ Large 64MP

1920x1080 Maxed

Ultra 4xMSAA & 109% Scale
 
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