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Just ran the benchmark on Titan Black clocked at 1306 core and 1850 memory with the newest nvidia driver. Async on or off had no difference in scores. Actually async off nets 0.5% gain which is within margin of error. With async off I'm getting 3816 graphics score vs 3799 at those clocks.
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I am wondering what is the resolution which Time Spy is internally rendered on?



Will there be an extreme / ultra mode like it is with the Firestrike? (for 1440p and 4K)
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I am wondering what is the resolution which Time Spy is internally rendered on?



Will there be an extreme / ultra mode like it is with the Firestrike? (for 1440p and 4K)

It's 1440p.
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I am wondering what is the resolution which Time Spy is internally rendered on?



Will there be an extreme / ultra mode like it is with the Firestrike? (for 1440p and 4K)

1440p.

As for Extreme... well... maybe? biggrin.gif
post #415 of 772
another run

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/32876
Edited by y2kcamaross - 7/16/16 at 7:48am
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been described earlier that 3dmark doing different type of Async (that meets nvidia's standard)so dont see full blown performance improvements with async on AMD cards like we can seen on doom.

Still, getting good performance on older cards so no complaints from me.

edit: if AMD steps in with futuremark and pushes async harder to improve the bench for AMD cards while letting Nvidia cards keep their gains, also no complaint from me smile.gif

Doubt it. Futuremark rep says they want to make it fair as possible here when asked why phenom II support was dropped.

https://support.futuremark.com/futuremark/topics/the-time-spy-cpu-test-crashes-on-the-loading-screen


Talking about dropped support for k10s, i think its really dumb. Dx12 suppose to improve old cpus with alot of cores and this is just counter productive.
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Finding it odd that my CPU score has dropped about 100 points since my initial run, and even with a 1GHz bump in clock i'm seeing the same sub 100 point scores from my very 1st run. Something doesnt seem right.eh-smiley.gif

I've had the same issue. Regardless of clocks, subsequent runs give me lower scores. If I restart pc, rerun, back to higher score.
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I've had the same issue. Regardless of clocks, subsequent runs give me lower scores. If I restart pc, rerun, back to higher score.

Yeah the drop at the exact same settings was suprising enough, but getting zero gains after a clock bumb?

Something fishy here. Not sure if its on my hardware end or software level but a clock bump should show some kind of change in theory. We are talking strictly about the CPU score here...more CPU umph should equal more CPU score.

The other interesting thing is how consistent my GPU scores have been. Varied by less than 9 points on all runs...Regardless of my GPU or ram settings. I guess that GPU test is really isolating just the GPU.

Ps...after multiple runs with multiple settings turned up higher i have yet to recreate my initial score of 4105. Even restarts dont help. GPU scores are rock solid...CPU is all over the place but im losing about 100 points somwhere since my very first run. No clue why, or why bumping my clocks isnt helping at all.
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Doubt it. Futuremark rep says they want to make it fair as possible here when asked why phenom II support was dropped.

https://support.futuremark.com/futuremark/topics/the-time-spy-cpu-test-crashes-on-the-loading-screen


Talking about dropped support for k10s, i think its really dumb. Dx12 suppose to improve old cpus with alot of cores and this is just counter productive.

That's so weird how they would drop support for a CPU, of all things. GPUs, I can understand as the graphics world is always changing... but CPUs? That's a new one.
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