Originally Posted by rv8000
All of your scores are 5-7% faster clock for clock, my results mirror daymonds almost perfectly. I really do feel there is an issue with hynix based pcs cards. And here I was all excited about the amazing temps I was getting
** valley @ 1040/1350 - 57.9 fps
firestrike gpu score @ 1040/1350 - 10630
firestrike gpu score @ 1150/1450 - 11590
firestrike gpu score @ 1215/1650 - 12107
@ 1040/1350 -- 11226
@ 1150/1450 -- 12269
@ 1200/1500 -- 12789
I don't have Trixx installed right now, just using ccc, so I can't retest at 1215/1650.
If you want to get even madder lol, I've said this before, but my Sapphire 290 Tri-X benches significantly faster clock for clock. I still have no clue why that is since it's the same gpu. But it does, consistently.
But, the variances between our scores isn't that huge. You can get swings of a coupla hundred points on the same system between test to test. So say I sampled high on mine, and you sampled low on yours, the discrepancy is not necessarily out of line. We'd have to each run a few dozen tests to be absolutely sure something is amiss.
Originally Posted by GrinderCAN
Guys, don't forget that cpu does play a part as well. I'm running an FX-8350 at stock (about to put it under water again, and the gpu as well). At stock, I get 56.4/2360 in Valley Extreme HD with my Elpida equipped pcs+ 290. With a Sapphire Tri-x at 1225/1600 (hynix) I get 63.8/2668.
Can't wait to get my 8350 back to 5Ghz again!
That's why we're comparing gpu scores only. Btw does your Tri-X bench faster than your Powercolor, like mine does?