Originally Posted by KraxKill
With mem that high, are your scores actually higher throughout the rest of the benchmarks? I.E. +450 vs +750. I ask, because I found that even though I could clock my mem into the stratasphere the scores actually declined after +550 or so.
mine drop after 440 and artifact at 480+, so, it scales until you start getting errors, which won't 'show' (except in scores) until it reaches artifacting level of errors. So, the ones who got lotto winners on vram are the winners in SuPo.
Originally Posted by DStealth
Many times written...I'm not upset don't worry for me will find a good card.
Your result is not on 2152 core speed. Your system with firstname.lastname@example.org cannot hold 4k Optimised Superposition benchmark not even with 0.5fps compared to other systems. 10500 mark is where not throttling cards are hitting with 2050-2076Mhz range and you are bellow this mark what we need to discuss if you have a "real" 2152Mhz core frequency or not ?
You can get back and see my score with 2063Mhz core speed...here you're if you're lazy ...and this was prior to the shunt mod
Edit: HyperC has 10632 with 2075Mhz some posts above also
Edit: Not upset for 0.5fps difference just get with it you're not running 2152Mhz core speed...actually the difference is you have 1.5fps less
relating to 2.3% difference claiming 50mhz higher core speed
bro, you aren't factoring in vram (bandwidth). Slim is like me, stuck around +400 memory. We can't get over 10,500 witht hat bandwidth, even if our core is 100mhz faster (slim). If his mem took +550, +600, +700 like some of ya'll, he'd be hitting 10,600+, too. I can't get past 10, 460 even at 2100Mhz. I should be seeing 10,550 at that clock , but only if my memory can hold +500. It can't. So I run +396 and max out at 10,464.Edited by Slackaveli - 4/20/17 at 9:40am