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Tomb raider bench uses a preset resolution and settings.

No it doesn't, it uses whatever settings you currently have applied.
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No it doesn't, it uses whatever settings you currently have applied.

Why does it run below native monitor resolution then?
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Tomb raider bench uses a preset resolution and settings.
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Why does it run below native monitor resolution then?

Why would it? Can you elaborate? Are you running the bench from the in game menu or is there an executable for the bench that I wasn't aware of?
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Why would it? Can you elaborate? Are you running the bench from the in game menu or is there an executable for the bench that I wasn't aware of?

Running it from in-game, but since it was rendering below my monitor resolution of 1440p, I assumed it was using canned settings/1080p res. You didn't notice how terrible the bench looked compared to when you're actually in-game?
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Running it from in-game, but since it was rendering below my monitor resolution of 1440p, I assumed it was using canned settings/1080p res. You didn't notice how terrible the bench looked compared to when you're actually in-game?

Somethings wrong on your end. This is what I see as I'm running the bench this very moment.

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Somethings wrong on your end. This is what I see as I'm running the bench this very moment.


Even when I set in-game resolution to 1080p manually, monitor is still reporting that it's at 2560x1440. But you're right about the graphics settings. Setting them to low did change the bench results. I had been running everything on full max, except AA which I had set to smaa.
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Even when I set in-game resolution to 1080p manually, monitor is still reporting that it's at 2560x1440. But you're right about the graphics settings. Setting them to low did change the bench results. I had been running everything on full max, except AA which I had set to smaa.

Yeah, I see that too. I just changed the resolution a bunch of times and the display reported that I'm still running 3440. I'll see if there's another way to dig up the actual resolution that the bench is rendering in, as it's definitely worth looking into.

I just want to bring this up. I'm not debating value for performance or that it's a bad buy to get an extreme cpu or anything else. I'm usually first in line to get the latest extreme cpu. I just wanted to investigate the performance difference between the 6700k and the 5960x I had on hand. It just seems like the mainstream skylake is a better choice as of the moment it came out. I found the results pretty intriguing. Enough to dissuade me from purchasing the 6950x.
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Yeah, I see that too. I just changed the resolution a bunch of times and the display reported that I'm still running 3440. I'll see if there's another way to dig up the actual resolution that the bench is rendering in, as it's definitely worth looking into.

I just want to bring this up. I'm not debating value for performance or that it's a bad buy to get an extreme cpu or anything else. I'm usually first in line to get the latest extreme cpu. I just wanted to investigate the performance difference between the 6700k and the 5960x I had on hand. It just seems like the mainstream skylake is a better choice as of the moment it came out. I found the results pretty intriguing. Enough to dissuade me from purchasing the 6950x.

I don't get why people are surprised a 6700K is faster than a lower clocked, lower IPC, older architecture CPU in IPC bound games?

Try encoding H265 or H264 ( streaming ) and playing games on a 6700K vs a 6800K or heck 6950X. If you're going Multi card + multi NVMe / PCIe X99 wins every time.

Thread has been derailed quite a bit lols, can we get back to overclocking results? Has anyone else posted up GPUz logs of throttling / overall performance in 3DMark?
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Yeah, I see that too. I just changed the resolution a bunch of times and the display reported that I'm still running 3440. I'll see if there's another way to dig up the actual resolution that the bench is rendering in, as it's definitely worth looking into.

I just want to bring this up. I'm not debating value for performance or that it's a bad buy to get an extreme cpu or anything else. I'm usually first in line to get the latest extreme cpu. I just wanted to investigate the performance difference between the 6700k and the 5960x I had on hand. It just seems like the mainstream skylake is a better choice as of the moment it came out. I found the results pretty intriguing. Enough to dissuade me from purchasing the 6950x.

Dude. 100%. I'm just tired of people linking other sites/articles/etc...when I saw let's actually sit down and bench a few modern games on OCN to see the difference. Because while I know my 3770k was old architecture and the 6700k has much better IPC performance, I honestly can't believe how great it is to see a huge FPS jump in some games that I struggled with before.

I was waiting for the 6950x to upgrade. Saw very poor overclocking results. Didn't see any evidence that a game would benefit from 10 cores vs 8 cores. And got a hot deal on someone trying to dump their 5960x. So it was either $1050 for a 4.7GHz 5960x, with mobo, and ram, or $2500 for the same deal but with a 4.3GHz~ 6950x.
Edited by HyperMatrix - 8/9/16 at 7:27pm
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I don't get why people are surprised a 6700K is faster than a lower clocked, lower IPC, older architecture CPU in IPC bound games?

Try encoding H265 or H264 ( streaming ) and playing games on a 6700K vs a 6800K or heck 6950X. If you're going Multi card + multi NVMe / PCIe X99 wins every time.

Thread has been derailed quite a bit lols, can we get back to overclocking results? Has anyone else posted up GPUz logs of throttling / overall performance in 3DMark?

I apologize wholeheartedly for derailing the thread. I realize that this isn't a cpu discussion, just wanted to put my two cents into the discussion. As I don't stream, it's never been a concern for me, thought that's a really good point. Although, I would like to point out that I'm running two pascal cards in sli along with a pcie ssd and I've gained performance from switching to z170 (though with a plx chip).

I'd also like to mention that I'm very pleased that the pascal titan seems to overclock just as well as the 1080 variant. I was sure that the clocks would be much lower. Topping out around 1900.
Edited by axiumone - 8/9/16 at 7:58pm
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