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So I just finished doing a build for a customer, it's a amd 955 with a single 6850 and 4gb of ram. I was just curious what the comparison would be so I ran furmark on both machines at the same time, mine is my sig rig, 2600k and crossfire 6850s. The AMD machine actually beat me, is this something to do with the way furmark utilizes the cards and is normal, or is there something wrong with my setup?

single was about 4500
mine was about 4200
post #2 of 4
maybe something is wrong.

A highly OCed 2600k and two 6850s should destroy the rig you built.
post #3 of 4
did u use a single card(in your rig) or did the single gpu(amd one) beat your crossfirex?
    
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Phenom II X4 955BE ASUS M4A88TD-V-EVO/USB3 MSI GTX 560Ti TwinFROZR II OC Corsair XMS3 2x2GB 1600MHz C9 
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2x500GB Seagate Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit Samsung 20" B2030 Corsair TX650 V2 
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CM HAF932 (painted black) 
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The single 6850 beat my dual cards, but here's the thing. The single card is running on a monitor thats at 1280x1024 and mine is running at 1920x1200. Even though I select 1280x1024 for the size the single card beats mine. But if I actually change the display on my monitor to that rez, and run it at that same res, i pull almost 9k
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