Originally Posted by Renairy
Lol i'm calm, but you made one excuse before the results now your making another after
I have to be like this cause you asked for somebody else to cross reference, like really dude?
Aren't i honest/reliable/reputable enough? is that why you need someone else?
First off, I don't care if I can clock by 1, 13, or 1300 mhz increments. It's about figuring out how & why it's different.
Has nothing to do with you personally, so stop taking it personally. I'm not making excuses. I'm actively trying to help you debunk this. The world is not against you.
Stop assuming that i'm doing something that i'm not. It's all in your head. Evidence from all camps will be posted later today.
It's not about "honest/reputable", but if you want to take it there... You ran 30 second tests, which in my experience with tessmark means you probably had to bench it 10x times per increase to find an increase because your scores were +/- ~50 each time. Also, when trying to "scientifically" disprove/prove something the evidence must be reproduced multiple times by different camps.
Last, you ran it on close to the lowest settings. Should be on max possible settings to bring the score down as much as possible. The bigger the score & the shorter the bench the more it's going to vary from run to run.
anyways, once again, not saying you are wrong @ this point, just pointing out what could/would be considered holes in your evidence.
I'm interested to see if any other 780Ti owners can reproduce such cut & dry evidence, in the mean time i'm going to be harassing 780 & titan owners to run the benches as well.