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post #2511 of 6999
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Here are my scores http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4430091
Basically the following system components:
Hyper 212 Evo
NZXT Source 210
BIOSTAR TA75A+
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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
your card should max out crysis on its own but do your self a favor and get rid of amd thats whats bringing down your score
    
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your card should max out crysis on its own, if not then your cpu is bottlenecking your card
    
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post #2513 of 6999
Think I can get more out of this one?

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3D Mark 11 Score: P16194

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4436054

P16194 3DMarks
Graphics Score
18904
Physics Score
12157
Combined Score
10271
Edited by d0rkb0y - 9/20/12 at 6:47am
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post #2514 of 6999
Agreed, I'm going to send back the mobo from AMD I ordered, I just ordered these for entry level Intel

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post #2515 of 6999
Hows this for a single 7870? http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4437386
Edited by Jayjr1105 - 9/19/12 at 6:49pm
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Hows this for a single 7870? http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4437386
Good score but your ram is holding back your overclock on that cpu running ram at 2133 or 2400 @ 4.6ghz with some decent timmings and it would be a very nice set up for single card that you have.
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Good score but your ram is holding back your overclock on that cpu running ram at 2133 or 2400 @ 4.6ghz with some decent timmings and it would be a very nice set up for single card that you have.

Sandy bridge, memory will never hit 2400. 2133 + some added bclk with tight timings is about the bet that can be done. Score is decent for a 2500k at 4.6 already though.
    
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Think I can squeeze more out of my results (above) ?
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post #2519 of 6999
Just did a rerun after overclocking the GPUs to 850/1700/2000 and the CPU to 4GHZ @ 1920x1080

3DMARK 11
X-Score
X4400 3dmarks
4138 Graphics
7418 Physics
4896 Combined

P-Score
P10661 3dmarks
12574 Graphics
7425 Physics
7168 Combined.
post #2520 of 6999
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Did you have a chance to try the artmoney hack or did it not work?

Artmoney works fine. I have been so damn busy with work and family, but made it yesterday night, - since I am still using passive cooling I havent benched so hard with high voltage yet. I did try a few runs at 1.3x volt, and I just for the try of it made a quick test to see that 1.4x v also worked out. I will bench with it this weekend, so we can see how far I can push it. I havent had any crashes, or driver crashes, any artifacts or anything yet so this test was just to prove for my self that the voltage was really set.

Thank you so much for the information about it. !!! thumb.gifthumb.gif



I just did a test to see if it really did provide the extra volt with a GPU frequency that was far above possible at 1.21v, and on the graph you can see that I tested it at 1.41v.

I will make a guide on how to do it on my webpage this weekend, if my wife allow me to take the time to do it.
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