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post #2501 of 6999
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Thats a huge score for a 7950. what is it without the Virtu MVP on?



My best to date done on my MSI Z68 GD65 G3 MB.

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http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3614346
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4411875 2 hd 7950's @ 1100core 1500mem 1.063v Msi twin frozr III 8pin6pin cards gtx 570's tri sli on water on same set up.
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post #2503 of 6999
Anyone out there with a 1100T and a single gtx 670 who can beat my score? Thanks in advance.
post #2504 of 6999
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I got a score of P4624 3DMarks


Whoa! That's great performance. Is that really possible? I reached 4500 points at performance preset with my old Asus EAH5870 1005/1250MHz and AMD Phenom II X4 920BE 3.7GHz ..
post #2505 of 6999
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raping 3d scores with a 7950 smile.gif
What the hell?
I only get 7205 score?
Stupid flashed BIOS.
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Anyone with a 3770k with 2400mhz ddr3? What kind of physics scores do you get with ram that quick?
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post #2507 of 6999
Faster memory does give better physics scores, although it also depends on cpu speed. What cpu frequency with 2400Mhz memory would be good for you to compare with?

edit: 4.5Ghz is pretty typical for 3770k, gave it a run there
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post #2508 of 6999
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Faster memory does give better physics scores, although it also depends on cpu speed. What cpu frequency with 2400Mhz memory would be good for you to compare with?

edit: 4.5Ghz is pretty typical for 3770k, gave it a run there
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Well I'm running@ 4.7 currently with my memory running@ 1866 but my 2400mhz gskills will be arriving Thursday...your score@4.5 is already faster than anything i could get out of mine@4.7
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post #2509 of 6999
my 18066 run in 3dmark11, need better proof so im going to do it again one of these days once i get my bench rig together. i can beat that score by a few hundred points pretty easy me thinks.

2600k @5.209 w/1.575 vcore on h20

3 gtx580 hydro coppers at 1025 core, 2240 mem. might be able to find more in the cards getting them colder.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4381542
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post #2510 of 6999
Here are my scores http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4430091

Basically the following system components:

Hyper 212 Evo

NZXT Source 210

BIOSTAR TA75A+

AMD A8-3870K

Crucial M4 CT128M4SSD1

Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 16GB @ 1866

EVGA 02G-P4-2676-KR

Rosewill HIVE Series HIVE-650

I'm replacing the motherboard with this ASRock A75 PRO4/MVP because it supports Lucid Virtua MVP, I figured it was worth the small change as it didn't cost very much.

However, I'm not entirely satisfied with this system. When I built it I was very new to things as I haven't really researched or built one in a long time, I am 31 and built maybe 4 computers in my life. But now I feel I made some poor choices, namely the A8-3870k which even when overclocked produces poor physics scores and doesn't seem to be that great. I originally bought it for the onboard GPU until I could afford the GTX 670, now I wish I'd bought a GTX 680 lol

Anyways I've been thinking about this entire thing, I might be better off rebuilding it in a few months idk, I was thinking to just invest in another GTX 670, upgrade the PSU to an 850, and get a new Intel CPU and Mobo. I already picked the Intel Core i5-3570K as my likely choice, and ASRock Z77 Extreme6 as my other. But hell idk. If I SLI two GTX 670's and upgrade in this way I think I'd be able to max Crysis 1080 pretty well aye?

Anyways I gotta think about it, but I think a 4261 physics score is pretty pathetic, what do you guys think?

The other possibility here would be pickup a spare GTX 670 same model before it vanishes like the 580's and just wait till mid year to upgrade to the newer platforms. That might work too
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