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i can not push more out off this card but its only 50c* max core 1140mhz (mV 36) and memory 570mhz and (Power limit 25%) http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13356251?
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My system usually pulls near 400W while gaming with any game and unlocked framerates. This benchmark only uses around 300W. My i7 2600k isn't going to use 100W by itself in the likes of BF4, even it at 4.5Ghz (with no added voltage).

It definitely feels like the benchmark is not stressing the hardware at all.

EDIT:

GPU-Z shows full clocks nice and steady, 100% GPU usage, but lower than usual temps (only 65C after the full benchmark at 900Mhz, rather than 72C for BF4 for the same-ish amount of time).

CPU usage is 45~50%, same as with with BF4, but overall power usage is 80W lower. The card itself is only pulling 170W during Time Spy (or whatever it's called), but closer to 250W in every other gaming or bench-marking scenario.

I am noticing this when im running multiple furys, esp in quadfire. it is not pushing the gpus very hard. I think it needs some work either from AMD or 3dmark... but something tells me this will be how it is from now on.... I guess this bench right now is as is for me...

did a quick and dirty watt at the wall compare.

Max watt peaks i saw
fse vs timespy
gputest 1 720 644
gputest 2 650 690

The avgs were probably a good 30-50watts less example, i saw 600ish avg watts in timespy test 1, and 680ish FSE gpu test1

Not really scientific but it needs more testing i think. i should probably look at the gpu temps as well. i know they are also indicative of less load. I think the results in test2 on time spy peak might be when the gpu is actually used to its max. but it doesn't last long and its down. I realize FSe is dx11 and thus overhead issues arise. So i would say that FSE is not pushing as hard as it can. Perhaps i should try something else but its hard to compare different engines and API's
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So my best single fury timespy run now is a whooping few more points.....

The furyx is at 1220/540 even....
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73510



results are fluctuating i guess within margin of error, same with overcclock margin of error?
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/73572/spy/73510
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Sorry dude, negative scaling all the way. Below is mine. 1150/550Mhz did 5493 points.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/13079

I had been using your bench for compares with others and then realised you have 4096SP unlocked, shadowxaero is 3840SP IIRC.

So in this compare is CaNnoN Fury (Fury 3584SP) vs Shadowxaero (Fury 3840SP) vs ozyo (genuine Fury X) vs AndreDVJ (Fury 4096SP)
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Alright cool. I still lower some settings anyway because I don't notice them, and recording takes a few frames from me so that works out.
You are right, most of the settings in Overwatch don't provide great visual improvements. I played a few hours of Competitive last night while monitoring FPS and on custom settings with mix of low-high at 1440p and I didn't notice min FPS under 180 and it ran all the way up to 250.

Hope this helps
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I had been using your bench for compares with others and then realised you have 4096SP unlocked, shadowxaero is 3840SP IIRC.

So in this compare is CaNnoN Fury (Fury 3584SP) vs Shadowxaero (Fury 3840SP) vs ozyo (genuine Fury X) vs AndreDVJ (Fury 4096SP)

how did you check the SP?

Also, i have a question for you if you don't mind. I have a furyx that says ASIC score of 64% it appears to be highest of my 4 cards. However it wont Oc for nothing. I cant go past 1100 core stock or even with voltage. I thought i saw somewhere ASIC is meaningless for fiji. My question is though do you think i can do anything to the card to help it? I was debating taking it apart to see if its not making good contact on cooler.

any thoughts?
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Here are my TimeSpy results with two FuryX and an Intel 5820K @ 4.3Ghz

 

 

 

Results: Link

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I had been using your bench for compares with others and then realised you have 4096SP unlocked, shadowxaero is 3840SP IIRC.

So in this compare is CaNnoN Fury (Fury 3584SP) vs Shadowxaero (Fury 3840SP) vs ozyo (genuine Fury X) vs AndreDVJ (Fury 4096SP)

You have any idea why negative scaling doesn't seem to be a factor in this particular bench or is it Dx12 in general? I am going to run some ashes test with varying voltages. Like I did two 1150 runs, one with my normal 1.256v and another with +54mV offset and pretty much same scores (within like 40 points of each other in the graphics score).

And yes I am 3840SP unlocked.
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No idea redface.gif .

I have not run Timespy as have yet to decide to take up Win 10 free offer by converting my retail Win 7 Pro license, may get an el cheapo grey market Win 10 Pro OEM key.

The thing that is coming across from others posts which are looking at power usage they are not reaching a level same as our usual benches (ie 3DM11, 3DM13 FS,E,U, Unigine, etc). Perhaps this has something to do with it, do you get negative scaling in AOTS?

Past few days I have been doing extensive testing using older driver Catalyst 15.7.1, Crimson v16.3.2 and v16.7.2 with non DX12 loads and I note:-

i) If I take an OC of say 1145MHz with +56mV and keep reducing voltage to +24mV in steps of 6mV I see better scaling by upto 1% consistently at +24mV vs +56mV. Bare in mind that 1145 +56mV is at the cusp of negative scaling for me. If I go over 1145MHz the negative scaling is greater and reducing voltage yields a greater % of positive scaling vs last mentioned test method.

ii) HBM oc'ing has no impact on negative scaling, you always gain same x % of gain from it at higher clock/gpu voltage and lower.

iii) Catalyst v15.71 performs lower than Crimson v16.3.2, plus has less of a positive scaling % as voltage is reduced for an OC. This older driver also does not have "Power Efficiency" feature so we see clock bounce at idle at desktop.

iv) Crimson v16.7.2 performs better than Catalyst v15.7.1, but slightly lower than Crimson v16.3.2 plus has less of a positive scaling % as voltage is reduced for an OC. This driver does have PE and switching on/off has no effect on negative scaling when experiencing it (same with Crimson v16.3.2).
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Ashes is installing now
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No idea redface.gif .

I have not run Timespy as have yet to decide to take up Win 10 free offer by converting my retail Win 7 Pro license, may get an el cheapo grey market Win 10 Pro OEM key.

The thing that is coming across from others posts which are looking at power usage they are not reaching a level same as our usual benches (ie 3DM11, 3DM13 FS,E,U, Unigine, etc). Perhaps this has something to do with it, do you get negative scaling in AOTS?

Past few days I have been doing extensive testing using older driver Catalyst 15.7.1, Crimson v16.3.2 and v16.7.2 with non DX12 loads and I note:-

i) If I take an OC of say 1145MHz with +56mV and keep reducing voltage to +24mV in steps of 6mV I see better scaling by upto 1% consistently at +24mV vs +56mV. Bare in mind that 1145 +56mV is at the cusp of negative scaling for me. If I go over 1145MHz the negative scaling is greater and reducing voltage yields a greater % of positive scaling vs last mentioned test method.

ii) HBM oc'ing has no impact on negative scaling, you always gain same x % of gain from it at higher clock/gpu voltage and lower.

iii) Catalyst v15.71 performs lower than Crimson v16.3.2, plus has less of a positive scaling % as voltage is reduced for an OC. This older driver also does not have "Power Efficiency" feature so we see clock bounce at idle at desktop.

iv) Crimson v16.7.2 performs better than Catalyst v15.7.1, but slightly lower than Crimson v16.3.2 plus has less of a positive scaling % as voltage is reduced for an OC. This driver does have PE and switching on/off has no effect on negative scaling when experiencing it (same with Crimson v16.3.2).

I am updating Ashes now. As for power usage HWinfo is reporting 359 watts for me.

I ran Firestrike at the same voltage I ran Time Spy at and sure enough negative scaling.
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