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RelicIT ---- i7 4790K@4.707GHz ---- 980ti@1520/7780 ---- 6022

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13342940?


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I'll look at that CPU load stuff, I'm on tux now, will restart to w10 and see what's up now.
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It is LDA Explicit, or Linked-Node Explicit Multi-adapter. Identical GPUs only, but with tasks related to mGPU dispatching handled by the engine, not the driver.

Problem with MDA is that if you do it like Ashes of Singularity, you get at best 2x the slowest GPU and everyone would be complaining why 3DMark isn't using all the resources of both GPUs. And to do it so that it would actually use all resources of two wildly different GPUs would require hideously complex code that would somehow "feel out" what the GPUs can do and then somehow load balance them, while responding to variances in performance and... uuuh, it would be very very complex piece of code and potentially a very fragile piece of code.

dGPU + iGPU the gains would be marginal and again the complexity would go through the roof.

I'm not saying a future 3DMark test can't ever support MDA, but Time Spy was designed for Linked-node. Partially because we wanted to ship it in 2016 and not 2017 smile.gif and partially because mixed GPU (NV+AMD) setups basically do not exist outside press test labs.

Now if game developers suddenly decide that MDA is the best way to go and multiple games support NV+AMD mixed cards and everyone starts buying them so NV+AMD mixed setups are relevant for actual gaming, we'll definitely take notice.

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Yes.

Also note that DX12 has some kinks in this regard - more than 2 cards performance will differ with full screen vs. borderless window.

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Yes it does.

Here is an example of a custom run from 3x R9 290X setup using Borderless Window and 4K resolution

Time%20spy%20result%202%20%20Custom%204k%20result%20cards%20overclocked%20._zps91knaqfm.png

I plan to test this, however if there is gains from using border less window this is a custom run test. Its not applicable to HOF/valid/top30, which is quite interesting. I want to see what the differences are first.
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I'm at #1 for 6700K+1x 1080 at the time of writing this, though I'm sure I'll get run over by one of those lucky people with 2200MHz 1080s soon. smile.gif

versions ---- 6700K@4.9GHz --- GTX 1080@2139MHz --- 7777



http://www.3dmark.com/spy/48466

maybe, but hard to get a perfect 7777 tongue.gif
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You should be able to beat me. Are you using the curve or offset? I have been able to get higher max clock speeds with the curve but it has lowered my score, so been sticking with offset for now. My graphics score is 51 points higher than yours at 2139MHz. Edit: Saw now that you're using offset, strange then. Tried lowering memory offset a bit? I also have 265 higher CPU score despite running at 4.9GHz, are you perhaps not closing other programs?

I think I figured it out. Seems as though Mini-ITX motherboards score anywhere between 50-150 points lower.
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i'm on windows 10 build 14390 and i'm losing like 600 points in timespy frown.gif

why did i even bother to enter the fast ring ?!
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I don't get the load at 300 frames here, no fps drop either. There is a little load before GT1 start, still not as high load as in the CPU test.

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I don't get the load at 300 frames here, no fps drop either. There is a little load before GT1 start, still not as high load as in the CPU test.

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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13364958

I get a really bad lag spike right at the beginning of graphics test 1. Sometimes it drops into the teens, other times it just drops down to around 20, but it's always there. GPU usage always drops down sharply there too. Seems quite a few people are seeing the exact same thing.
post #189 of 1436
Those getting the CPU spikes, does it do it if you run custom test, and only the first graphics test?
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Those getting the CPU spikes, does it do it if you run custom test, and only the first graphics test?

I ran it custom, graphics test 1 and 2 a few times, just to test and tune, but, I still get it. It's not a CPU spike though. The GPU usage drops really steep, than jumps immediately back up. It's only lasts for a second, but it's enough to really jack up the score. I tried stock clocks, overclocks on both the CPU and GPU, did a complete new download and install, and it's still doing it. One out of every 10 runs it's not HORRIBLE, but it's still dropping.
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