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This superposition test is a good test to show off maximum horse power definitely. I've actually caved in and I'm going to do the shunt mod + liquid electric tape + liquid metal on my aio. Should have it all done next week biggrin.gif

But this test doesn't show realistic results for actual gaming, at least the majority of them don't run at maximum+ all the time.
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Terrible... this is what happens when you run 100% fan and try to get good results on an FE card. This is @ 2050mhz locked @ 1000mv with 6000mhz memory.
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Little better socre. Put all bins in curve to higher clocks:


What could cause stutter?

Do you guys bench with G-Sync on? I have it off.
yeah, you good. those scores are good.
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Terrible... this is what happens when you run 100% fan and try to get good results on an FE card. This is @ 2050mhz locked @ 1000mv with 6000mhz memory.
do a few adjustments in nvidia control panel to up that a bit. put prefer high perf, turn a few settings to performance over quality.
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You know what guys I think I'm just gonna get rid of my TI and go with some real muscle, feast your eyes on the y2k beast the one the only 9700 pro complete with added on memory heatsinks, I think I can score like 2 points on time spy lol. Found my old buddy going through my closet of forgottens.
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Terrible... this is what happens when you run 100% fan and try to get good results on an FE card. This is @ 2050mhz locked @ 1000mv with 6000mhz memory.

Yeah... I think someone measured the fan power and it can go up to 12 watts =/, probably makes you more power limited.

But I wouldn't feel too bad, this benchmark is also a stress test. It's not often you'd be gaming with such draws, at least for the average game.
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Util means fully utilized. it's what you want.
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Yeah, it's nothing to worry about tongue.gif

After reading through all the pages after this, it looks like nobody addressed it, so i'll take a shot.

'Util' means the card is automatically downclocking itself to save power because it has nothing to do - the most common cause is a heavy CPU/driver bottleneck, so the GPU simply isn't being fed data fast enough to justify keeping it at the maximum clock rate.

It can also happen if you've enabled a framerate cap in Afterburner, or have Vsync/GSync forced and the card is hitting the framerate cap that way.

Basically, if you see 'Util' then you have a bottleneck somewhere (artificial or otherwise) that isn't the GPU.

This is why you see 'Util' as the PerfCap reason at idle when you're just looking at the windows desktop. The very simple task of drawing the desktop at your monitor's refresh rate is so easy that the card can do it at the lowest P-state (~200mhz on most cards) so there's no reason to burn power by keeping the highest clock/voltage state active.
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After reading through all the pages after this, it looks like nobody addressed it, so i'll take a shot.

'Util' means the card is automatically downclocking itself to save power because it has nothing to do - the most common cause is a heavy CPU/driver bottleneck, so the GPU simply isn't being fed data fast enough to justify keeping it at the maximum clock rate.

It can also happen if you've enabled a framerate cap in Afterburner, or have Vsync/GSync forced and the card is hitting the framerate cap that way.

Basically, if you see 'Util' then you have a bottleneck somewhere (artificial or otherwise) that isn't the GPU.

This is why you see 'Util' as the PerfCap reason at idle when you're just looking at the windows desktop. The very simple task of drawing the desktop at your monitor's refresh rate is so easy that the card can do it at the lowest P-state (~200mhz on most cards) so there's no reason to burn power by keeping the highest clock/voltage state active.

Interesting. But I have Util when runnin 2076 core and 6100Mhz Memory. CPU is not a concern since it is 5775C OCed to 4.3 Ghz.

So what else can cause that?
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Interesting. But I have Util when runnin 2076 core and 6100Mhz Memory. CPU is not a concern since it is 5775C OCed to 4.3 Ghz.

So what else can cause that?

Your graph shows multiple perf caps, thats why the rainbow is there. That means your running the core too high on the voltage bins. Put your core lower and test. If there is no perf cap you are good. A high Mhz core with perf cap will give a lower score than a lower Mhz with no perf cap.
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Your graph shows multiple perf caps, thats why the rainbow is there. That means your running the core too high on the voltage bins. Put your core lower and test. If there is no perf cap you are good. A high Mhz core with perf cap will give a lower score than a lower Mhz with no perf cap.

You mean only on one bin when I set max or on all bins? So I should try to lower clocks on all bins?
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