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295x2 + 290x Tri-crossfire (2 reference cards). Slight OC 1080/1500 (stock Vcore). Unigine Tropic profile to force Crossfire. 4790K@4700 MHz, 16 GB RAM 2133 Mhz:

No bad for a 2 older Cards wink.gif. I am sure to reach 10000 points (or near) if overclocking to 1200/1500, but I dont like Overclocking., also here is Spain begin hot temperatures tongue.gif. Bye

man imagine the power to run 3 Hawaiis tongue.gif
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man imagine the power to run 3 Hawaiis tongue.gif

Only in Direcxt 11 games the power is like this benchmark, but in Direcxt 12 crossfire only runs fine when disable 290x one. Directx 12 dont support tri-crossfire frown.gif, only 2 crossfire with identical cards. Hope you understand my english not good biggrin.gif.

P.D - Power consumption is high yes, but I have Corsair TX-950 W and no problem here, stable system.
Edited by grifers - 4/17/17 at 6:24am
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PM me Jbravo33 and i can send u SLI profile and instructions smile.gif
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I find all of this somewhat amusing/interesting.
To start with, I am in no way considering myself to be even an average overclocker. It is just something that sometimes interests me and is a good time killer.
What I find amusing is the wide variance of results. For example, there are GPU's that are a step or two above mine mine and should be able to smoke what I have, but fall far short. Then there are some that mine should beat without too much problem, yet they destroy mine.
It just goes to show the different levels of expertise, how far people are willing to push things and the effect different components can have.
I don't get a feeling of superiority on the rare moments when I have a better score, nor do I have a burning jealousy of what others achieve, though I do sometimes scratch my head and wonder how the heck they did that and what am I missing.
All just good clean (expensive) fun.
Thanks to all that have shared their experiences and discoveries. thumb.gif
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I find all of this somewhat amusing/interesting.
To start with, I am in no way considering myself to be even an average overclocker. It is just something that sometimes interests me and is a good time killer.
What I find amusing is the wide variance of results. For example, there are GPU's that are a step or two above mine mine and should be able to smoke what I have, but fall far short. Then there are some that mine should beat without too much problem, yet they destroy mine.
It just goes to show the different levels of expertise, how far people are willing to push things and the effect different components can have.
I don't get a feeling of superiority on the rare moments when I have a better score, nor do I have a burning jealousy of what others achieve, though I do sometimes scratch my head and wonder how the heck they did that and what am I missing.
All just good clean (expensive) fun.
Thanks to all that have shared their experiences and discoveries. thumb.gif

Keep in mind this bench is brand new and as such may have some issues with scores. Someone already posted scores from a i5/960 gtx that were faster than 2x titanxp/6950x.
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True, but I was thinking in more general terms. I have to say that this is probably the most consistent benchmark I've ever run. On the same settings, different runs are never more than 1 point off the previous run. Some give such wide spreads in scores that you'd swear they were run on different machines.
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Not sure why I get this error on Win7 but here is my 390x scores. PCIe 2.0 system.



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My brand new GTX 1080 TI strix

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Does this support SLi or do I need to do some fiddling?
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