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electrogeek007 ---- 3930k@4.5GHz --- 1x GTX 980ti@1450/7400 --- 5810

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This is not bad for my AMD fury ;-) http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13356251?
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

GTRtank ---- i7 3770K@5.005GHz ---- 980ti@1443/8300 ---- 5785



I didn't spike at all, referring to what you were posting about earlier. Highest temps were during the CPU test. Ambient is 28c.

Edit: validation link!! http://www.3dmark.com/spy/80425
Edited by GTRtank - 7/18/16 at 5:37am
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hey guys.. anyone else seeing these effects... It may be a 6950X or BWE thing - I do not see this with a 6700K/Max8Extreme rig, or a 4960X/r9 295x2 rig (my R5E/5960X is waiting for a caselab delivery!).

I'm trying to figure this out before reporting to FM.

1) during the bench startup, while it is gathering system information (before starting a run) Futuremark SI puts a momentary high load on the CPU, hitting a temperature higher than the Physics test ever does.
2) this then repeats when the bechmark run "Collects System info".
3) at the beginning of the benchmark, from frames 290 to ~ 350 the frame rate drops and the CPU again gets a very high load. Then the run proceeds normally without these glitches.

I can see the cpu temperature spike on both the OC panel ("CPU temp" which is not core) and with the Mobo LEDs set to change color with temperature. CoreTemp records the three spikes and they are the highest temperatures posted during the benchmark. You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Right here:

I'm having similar spike with 5960X, fps dropping from 50s to 25 and then quickly back to 50s.
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Duality92 --- 7870K@4.5GHZ --- GTX 970 @ 1556/8012 --- 3570



edit :

This score : Puck 4790K HD 7970 4418 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13311164 is dual 7970 (says 280X(x2) on page)
post #176 of 1420
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

hey guys.. anyone else seeing these effects... It may be a 6950X or BWE thing - I do not see this with a 6700K/Max8Extreme rig, or a 4960X/r9 295x2 rig (my R5E/5960X is waiting for a caselab delivery!).

I'm trying to figure this out before reporting to FM.

1) during the bench startup, while it is gathering system information (before starting a run) Futuremark SI puts a momentary high load on the CPU, hitting a temperature higher than the Physics test ever does.
2) this then repeats when the bechmark run "Collects System info".
3) at the beginning of the benchmark, from frames 290 to ~ 350 the frame rate drops and the CPU again gets a very high load. Then the run proceeds normally without these glitches.

I can see the cpu temperature spike on both the OC panel ("CPU temp" which is not core) and with the Mobo LEDs set to change color with temperature. CoreTemp records the three spikes and they are the highest temperatures posted during the benchmark. You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Right here:

This is what it looks like with my 6700K. Not getting the drop in framerate you speak of.

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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

hey guys.. anyone else seeing these effects... It may be a 6950X or BWE thing - I do not see this with a 6700K/Max8Extreme rig, or a 4960X/r9 295x2 rig (my R5E/5960X is waiting for a caselab delivery!).

I'm trying to figure this out before reporting to FM.

1) during the bench startup, while it is gathering system information (before starting a run) Futuremark SI puts a momentary high load on the CPU, hitting a temperature higher than the Physics test ever does.
2) this then repeats when the bechmark run "Collects System info".
3) at the beginning of the benchmark, from frames 290 to ~ 350 the frame rate drops and the CPU again gets a very high load. Then the run proceeds normally without these glitches.

I can see the cpu temperature spike on both the OC panel ("CPU temp" which is not core) and with the Mobo LEDs set to change color with temperature. CoreTemp records the three spikes and they are the highest temperatures posted during the benchmark. You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Right here:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Thanks for pointing this out. It's happening with my 5960x as well. I recorded a screen play of it and I'm uploading it now. I'll post a link as soon as YouTube finishes its "processing". thumb.gif
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For the IGPU section as a reference point...

SoloCamo --- A8 6410 - stock 2ghz --- AMD R5 @ 800/933 --- 194

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13356983?



__________________________________________________________________________________

On a side note..

Puck's score with 2x 7970's is under the single gpu chart in error

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on another side note, please update my main rig score with the following... THANKS!

SoloCamo --- 4790k @ 4.4Ghz --- 290X @ 1165 / 1500Mhz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13359252?


Edited by SoloCamo - 7/17/16 at 11:31am
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N3RO_RE --- I5 3570K@4.5GHZ --- R9 290X(R9 290 Unlocked) @ 1150/1500 --- 4334



http://www.3dmark.com/spy/81327

Scaling results @ 1050/1100/1150 GPU Core, Vram 1500 MHz, CPU @ 4.5 GHz, Ram 16 GB @ 2133 MHz.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/81327/spy/77084/spy/76970
Edited by N3RORE - 7/17/16 at 11:18pm
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

hey guys.. anyone else seeing these effects... It may be a 6950X or BWE thing - I do not see this with a 6700K/Max8Extreme rig, or a 4960X/r9 295x2 rig (my R5E/5960X is waiting for a caselab delivery!).

I'm trying to figure this out before reporting to FM.

1) during the bench startup, while it is gathering system information (before starting a run) Futuremark SI puts a momentary high load on the CPU, hitting a temperature higher than the Physics test ever does.
2) this then repeats when the bechmark run "Collects System info".
3) at the beginning of the benchmark, from frames 290 to ~ 350 the frame rate drops and the CPU again gets a very high load. Then the run proceeds normally without these glitches.

I can see the cpu temperature spike on both the OC panel ("CPU temp" which is not core) and with the Mobo LEDs set to change color with temperature. CoreTemp records the three spikes and they are the highest temperatures posted during the benchmark. You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Right here:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

You can also use the CPU temperature sensors within MSI Afterburner. Would love to see a few posts with the MSI AB graphs up.

Here's a link to a video capture that I think shows what you've identified. Definitely a spike upon load and around the 300 frame mark of graphics test 1.

https://youtu.be/RJnPYcRmgvs

*edited - shorter run
Edited by done12many2 - 7/17/16 at 1:13pm
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