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Now that's interesting. Scheduler in windows fixed or something?

 

 I did point out before that the scheduler issues were a symptom being caused by another underlying contention issue. I was told that I was an Idiot.

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anyone, what to make of this, Bits and Chip rebenching on the new Windows update?

My guess would be faster memory support in the bios and the new windows update has "gaming mode" that is supposed to recognize games, pause background tasks and give the game priority. Maybe they also enabled MSI as well

I can confirm that, at least with a 1080Ti, there is a performance boost if you enable MSI on Nvidia cards. all Nvidia cars should see at least some improvement

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I have found this small utility that will allow you to switch to MSI Easily. You will need to run as administrator, select your Nvidia Card, hit apply and reboot

http://www.mediafire.com/download/hrxw4rsb9xnw1ei/MSI_util.zip

Convenient, just did it for the 1080.
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I have found this small utility that will allow you to switch to MSI Easily. You will need to run as administrator, select your Nvidia Card, hit apply and reboot

http://www.mediafire.com/download/hrxw4rsb9xnw1ei/MSI_util.zip

Convenient, just did it for the 1080.

Please let us know what you find. I have only had the one machine available with 1800x and 1080Ti. I have noticed the same behavior with 1700 and 1700X so this should work and improve performance by some amount

 

We tested against the combined score in firestrike as it allows you to compared that against Graphics alone and CPU alone tests and measure the relative disparity that is seen in the combined test

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Well this is a really old benchmark so isn't optimized for newer systems. It also can already run the Wii at more than full speed even by these test results.


Things will get better with new software and as we can better tune our systems. Just running at 2933 RAM vs 2133 can dramatically boost the speed of the Wii U emulator (2933 on the left). Faster speeds will help even more.
It's not about how fast current emulator can run, it's about differences between CPUs. For example it shows the drastic difference between Ivy and Haswell, which doesn't show in normal applications that much, but it's quite visible in emulation. It's quite useful benchmark because no company optimized against it. Ryzen was very well tested against Cinebench, thus Cinebech shows very little about Ryzen weaknesses.

Another interesting benchmark was Excel test. Not actual speed in Excel, but power usage. It was the first time I seen Excel benchmark to use the same power consumption as the Prime.
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anyone, what to make of this, Bits and Chip rebenching on the new Windows update?


Wow WTH? Magic
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Please let us know what you find. I have only had the one machine available with 1800x and 1080Ti. I have noticed the same behavior with 1700 and 1700X so this should work and improve performance by some amount

We tested against the combined score in firestrike as it allows you to compared that against Graphics alone and CPU alone tests and measure the relative disparity that is seen in the combined test

I can't say for sure if i'll see improvements, i'm only ever really playing overwatch and my gpu is never 99% and i was never unhappy with the performance. I know last summer when Pascal launched there was a huge debacle about DPC latency problems and at the time i was on a 970, bought a 1070 and indeed it had problems. Ended up getting a 980 Ti since it wasn't effected. Circumstances have made it so i have this 1080 now and i didn't bother to really do any testing since i wasn't having audio problems and knew Nvidia pushed some hotfix that mostly addressed the problem.

I'll check with LatencyMon during gameplay and see how it looks there at least. The utility did change my value from 16 i think it was to -2 now after the reboot.
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I have found this small utility that will allow you to switch to MSI Easily. You will need to run as administrator, select your Nvidia Card, hit apply and reboot

http://www.mediafire.com/download/hrxw4rsb9xnw1ei/MSI_util.zip

Thank you, however I didn't find any improvents on the fire strike combined test, ran it 3 or 4 times and each time with a very different score, one was 6600 and the worst was ~5400. Without MSI enabled It scored around 6300.

Appreciated you shared it anyway smile.gif

Well, I even managed to get the highest score to date with MSI disabled (Rebooted to make effectve the changes)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18735531?
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Good job at LevelOneTechs, congrats. Now aim to knock the 6950K off of first place on TimeSpy.

Probably have to knock off a few 5960Xs, first. biggrin.gif

I don't have TimeSpy, or any 3DMark stuff on my 5960X rig any more, but what kind of physics scores are you guys getting in just plain ol' Firestrike? I still have my submissions in the various benchmark threads here to compare, though.
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Good job at LevelOneTechs, congrats. Now aim to knock the 6950K off of first place on TimeSpy.

Probably have to knock off a few 5960Xs, first. biggrin.gif

I don't have TimeSpy, or any 3DMark stuff on my 5960X rig any more, but what kind of physics scores are you guys getting in just plain ol' Firestrike? I still have my submissions in the various benchmark threads here to compare, though.

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