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yeah, but that does seem to me an extreme throttle.

Yeah more likely to be power if its jumping about
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I thought g-sync didn't report crap frames, I know that's not the right term, but I read g-sync scraps certain frames which would have caused issues (stutter, tearing etc) so benchmarks will report lower scores.
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If 5775C can run stably at 4.5Ghz, i feel it will beat 7700K at 5Ghz, in gaming.
Too bad i dont see any 5775C at 4.5Ghz or more IIRC. thumb.gif
    
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I thought g-sync didn't report crap frames, I know that's not the right term, but I read g-sync scraps certain frames which would have caused issues (stutter, tearing etc) so benchmarks will report lower scores.

I would believe that, AMD got a lot of flak a couple of years ago with the 69xx series sending out tons of runt frames that were inflating the benchmark scores but were stuttering like hell in games.
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If 5775C can run stably at 4.5Ghz, i feel it will beat 7700K at 5Ghz, in gaming.
Too bad i dont see any 5775C at 4.5Ghz or more IIRC. thumb.gif

Yeah I dunno why Haswell responds so badly to high clockspeeds. That being said, a delidded 5775c can probably do 4.5ghz on heavy WC.

And whether it beats the 7700k depends entirely on DDR4 speeds. A Kaby Lake with 3800mhz + DDR4 with tight timings will likely cream the 5775c simply on IPC because the advantage of the L4 got negated.

That being said, the issue was never about absolute performance but performance per dollar.
Kaby Lake pretty much needs a delid, high voltage and excellent cooling to do 5+ghz. Plus, 3800mhz DRAM with tight timings are expensive. Compared to the 5775c which is a drop in replacement for Z97 owners for a nominal cost (depending on how much they sold their previous CPU for 2nd hand) and an ez multiplier bump.
Edited by Dasboogieman - 4/29/17 at 10:01pm
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You'd have to go below 28C or lower under load to not be hitting throttle points.

Dang thats loooow.... Thank you!

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yeah, but that does seem to me an extreme throttle.

hovers mostly @2050 but I do see occasional drop to1987MHz[
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Dang thats loooow.... Thank you!
hovers mostly @2050 but I do see occasional drop to1987MHz[

How many bins does it drop to 1987, just raise to bins a bit and see how it goes for stability. May not be an extreme throttle, more of an extreme drop off on your curve.
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If 5775C can run stably at 4.5Ghz, i feel it will beat 7700K at 5Ghz, in gaming.
Too bad i dont see any 5775C at 4.5Ghz or more IIRC. thumb.gif
SOURCE. because that's wrong. if it holds 4.2 it beats up to a 5.0ghz. 4.2, NOT 4.5. And ALL of us damn near can hold 4.3. You just making stuff up, now.biggrin.gif

Also, a few of the guys in the owner's club are at 4.5 i can validate at 4.5, but cant game on it. can game easily and all day at 4.3, though. 4.4 is too much voltage for my liking and no gain, really.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/29/17 at 10:16pm
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How many bins does it drop to 1987, just raise to bins a bit and see how it goes for stability. May not be an extreme throttle, more of an extreme drop off on your curve.
yeah, just curve fix the point that drops to 1987 up to 2000.
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huh. test just wouldnt even start for me.


On another note, i saw spikes to 355w in World of Warships, but this card crushes full ultra, 4xsmaa, fxaa high, all very high everything it's got at 4096x2160 and I get mid 70s fps. Sweet.
because not all of us have 8 core cpus, which is REQUIRED to make that leaderboard. the way you search it, idk, where am I? use a little bit of common sense and search by 4 core cpu's and you'll see a lot of HIGHER gpu scores than those guys. That post is bad. It is a chart full of the couple dozen folks on earth with 6950xs. jeez, dude. I have a gpu score of 10,900 in timespy.....

fps are the only # that matter anyway. And in games, not benches. 2088 on most games ive played, here. 2063 on the others (or 2100 on some). it isnt that unheard of.

I'm 3rd on my ENTIRE cpu's Timespy tests, btw. that sated me, personally, on the benching.

Edit. it wont let me post my in game screenshots because it's too much data?? wth. How can you post a 4k screenshot on here?

lachen.gif seriously lachen.gif

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You'll find that most of the guys on HWBot care more about the results then the actual frequency. I see the opposite of that in some posts here.

Yeah a bunch of guys that think they got a score good enough for a leader board that gives an idea what actual top 1080Tis frequency are clocking to
I was aiming that scoreboard more for those that can't believe they cant game at the same clocks.
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lachen.gif seriously lachen.gif
Yeah a bunch of guys that think they got a score good enough for a leader board that gives an idea what actual top 1080Tis frequency are clocking to
I was aiming that scoreboard more for those that can't believe they cant game at the same clocks.
well, you POSTED a leaderboard with all 6950x owners...
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