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post #11 of 24
have you ran the gpu-z render test while watching the gpu-z sensor screen?
you are also running a very old version of gpu-z
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post #12 of 24
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Yeah I've just noticed I've only got PCI-E 2.0 x16 @ x16 1.1, which may well be the problem. I'd be happy to run the render test to find out but I can't find the option for it. I googled how to do it but nothing came back. So how do I test it, is it a seperate program I need to download? let me know, cheers.

NVM found it
Edited by Doomed2Fail - 7/16/16 at 10:54am
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I ran the gpu-z render test 3 times. 1st time it failed completely but the card seemed fine the next 2 times.





I don't really know how to interpret this. New motherboard? No new Motherboard?
post #14 of 24
the render test you are showing are just fine.
also at idle the pci-e will show 1.1 but under load it will go to 2.0, assuming you have a older mother board like mine that only has 2.0 pci-e and not 3.0
the new 3.0 gpu's only lose about 2% to 5% performance when ran in a 2.0 pci-e mother board.
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post #15 of 24
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Well at least it's not the motherboard...

I'm still not understanding why my benchmark scores are through the floor and why UserBenchMark has me in the 1st percentile with a performance rating of 'very poor'.

It's pretty upsetting but I guess I'll keep trying to fix it.
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Originally Posted by Doomed2Fail View Post

Well at least it's not the motherboard...

I'm still not understanding why my benchmark scores are through the floor and why UserBenchMark has me in the 1st percentile with a performance rating of 'very poor'.

It's pretty upsetting but I guess I'll keep trying to fix it.



what are your complete system specs? I run an old X58 mother board so my scores are nothing to brag about either but, I have great game performance which is what really matters, (to me anyway)
and I'm not trying to insult you but, do have much experience on testing gpu performance? smile.gif

edit: I read your post but skipped right over your system specs.
Edited by jlhawn - 7/16/16 at 12:16pm
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post #17 of 24
also do you know you can add benchmarks to the nvidia manage 3d in nvidia control and alter settings to get a better score?
most benchmarks I have ran, manage 3d as it set to quality by default instead of performance, this makes a big difference.
set texture to high performance for benchmarks.
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post #18 of 24
You keep saying you uninstalled the drivers.
Did you just do a regular uninstall through windows? or did you use the DDU like everybody is saying?

Download that here.
http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

Restart your computer into safe mode, run that software and uninstall the drivers.
Then once that is done, restart the system again and perform your driver installation normally.
post #19 of 24
To be sure,remove the msi gaming app.Monitoring programs can conflict with each other when you have more than one.

I probably would also try using the latest bios from asus for your board,and stock settings.
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post #20 of 24
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You keep saying you uninstalled the drivers.
Did you just do a regular uninstall through windows? or did you use the DDU like everybody is saying?

Download that here.
http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

Restart your computer into safe mode, run that software and uninstall the drivers.
Then once that is done, restart the system again and perform your driver installation normally.

Exactly right, I was about ready to send my new gpu back and put my GTX 970 back in but then I ran DDU and then installed the newest driver (driver and physx only) and now my GTX 1080 is one super performing gpu.
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