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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

My single 770 vs a 2ghz 1080.. hay I found someone with the same cpu and same clock as mine.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8678504/fs/8738335

The 1070 is about -10% slower from the 1080.

Why don't you overclock your CPU ? You got a beast, unleash it !! And how do you manage to score higher score in Physics tests when facing an overclocked version of your CPU , Is it because of your RAM or some wizardry ?
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Here's my 3DMark11 with a single 770 too : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11314555
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post #8944 of 9149
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Originally Posted by Arcanin View Post

Why don't you overclock your CPU ? You got a beast, unleash it !! And how do you manage to score higher score in Physics tests when facing an overclocked version of your CPU , Is it because of your RAM or some wizardry ?

It's already running at 4.8 ghz... look at the cpu section in the link there. I can't push it any higher.
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Originally Posted by Arcanin View Post

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/11314555/3dm11/11291875 570MHz for the 1080 ? Why ??

Because that's not a GTX 1080. That's someone that took some other video card and modified drivers to make it read as a 1080. A lot of people were doing that before it was released. GTX 1080's run at 1607 Mhz base clock for the reference cards.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nvidia_graphics_processing_units#GeForce_10_Series
Edited by kithylin - 6/9/16 at 11:21am
post #8945 of 9149
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

It's already running at 4.8 ghz... look at the cpu section in the link there. I can't push it any higher.

Oh sorry it wasn't written in the comparison ! That's why !
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Oh sorry it wasn't written in the comparison ! That's why !

It -IS- in the comparison. Scroll down and click processor speed and it says 4800 mhz right there for both chips.
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It -IS- in the comparison. Scroll down and click processor speed and it says 4800 mhz right there for both chips.

My bad ! You're right. Did you flash your 770 ?
post #8948 of 9149
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Originally Posted by Arcanin View Post

My bad ! You're right. Did you flash your 770 ?

Yes! but I didn't gain much. The main reason I did it was to disable nvidia boost and push the thermal throttle limits up to (I think) 110c, I don't remember exactly but I do remember it's well past the top of what software (EVGa precisionX / afterburner) allowed. So it won't throttle on me if it runs in to the mid-80's C in some games, and always runs constant max clock speed no matter what.

I didn't gain much in the way of speed boosts, like +30 Mhz, but that's not entirely why I flashed it anyway.
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

Yes! but I didn't gain much. The main reason I did it was to disable nvidia boost and push the thermal throttle limits up to (I think) 110c, I don't remember exactly but I do remember it's well past the top of what software (EVGa precisionX / afterburner) allowed. So it won't throttle on me if it runs in to the mid-80's C in some games, and always runs constant max clock speed no matter what.

I didn't gain much in the way of speed boosts, like +30 Mhz, but that's not entirely why I flashed it anyway.

Are you running it air cooled ? What are your temps under load ? And yeah, AfterBurner only allows a temp up to 95°C
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Are you running it air cooled ? What are your temps under load ?

Yes air cooled with a custom fan profile I run myself.

And temps.. that's very difficult to quantify, because it depends largely on which game I play!

ARK: Survival Evolved, typically upper 70's C - low 80's C, like 78c - 84c.

GTA-V: 65c - 73c, max 75-76 in some areas.

Fallout 4: same as GTA-V.

Running the card at 1.300v & 1202 Mhz, EVGA Superclocked card with the ACX dual-fan cooler on it.

I was forced to stop playing Fallout 4 and delete it until I can upgrade though.. I got tired of playing at 28 - 34 FPS in some places. And for me, for some reason, the sliders for low/medium/high/ultra all resulted in the exact same frame rate in FO4, everything ran as if it was on ultra, the launcher doesn't do jack squat.

So yeah, most games it's like 60-mid-70's gaming. But some newer, beta/pre-release / unoptimized games it runs hot as a mofo. They've actually improved it a lot with ARK. Around october last year ARK used to run my 770 around 83c - 88c constantly, much better now.

There's a lot of other games I can't play with my 770 even though I have them.. Star Citizen, runs terrible.. 20 FPS. Project C.A.R.S. runs 30 FPS and jumpy all over the place.. GTA-V is okay, on medium I still get drops to 40 FPS in grassy areas.

And I have the 4GB GTX 770.

Depending on prices I may just forego the 1000 series and get a second 4GB 770 here later this year when the prices bottom out.. maybe if they slip to < $100.
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