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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-29-2019, 11:29 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Jaz11 View Post
I've done the high priority in take manager. Not familiar with those programs. Will look into them now.

I'm on latest 417 drivers but if there is a better 1 I'm all ears!!
You'll probably have to do some digging to find the best Pascal driver for Timespy.


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Set the GPU driver to render utter trash via maximum performance settings, the nvidia inspector hacks and what not. Hotkeys for different parts of the benchmark. Icebucket for your rads if you don't want to run Dice/LN2. More aggressive RAM timings. Stripped bare OS. Hope that UL trollmark won't ignore your score for what ever reason it wants.
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Look into this program "Power Settings Explorer" it will give you easy access to every hidden power option in your OS. Aside from unparking cores you can tweak the sensitivity and responsivness of the cores among 50 other settings, and as mentioned having 2 hotkeys set up for first and second test will easily get you much more than 20 points. The power settings done the correct way should do that alone. Run OS in Diagnostic mode with only Power service and WMI running and of course the futuremark service. There are many other services that arent usually able to be disabled but if you know how to play with security settings in regedit you can disable them but usually Diagnostic mode is fine. The physics test is especially sensitive to memory timings so that would be another avenue although probably more time consuming than the other options due to testing and possible BSODs etc.

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
nope, not at all.
Well on TimeSpy changing LOD is banned on HWBot - and Futuremark also disagrees with it and doesn't validated it.

Trying different Windows versions (8/8.1/10 and 32bit/64bit) is also the first thing that you should test if you really want to start pushing your score. Last time I checked Windows 8 was faster for some 3DMarks, but I haven't run Time Spy so I couldn't say specifically.

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Quote: Originally Posted by white owl View Post
You'll probably have to do some digging to find the best Pascal driver for Timespy.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Noxinite View Post
Well on TimeSpy changing LOD is banned on HWBot - and Futuremark also disagrees with it and doesn't validated it.
sure it is not allowed but who is chasing 2nd place for anything on HWB w/ambient temps?

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
sure it is not allowed but who is chasing 2nd place for anything on HWB w/ambient temps?

So cheating is okay if you don't use it to win?

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So cheating is okay if you don't use it to win?
its not cheating if it isn't against the rules.

don't fall off your high horse.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Noxinite View Post
Well on TimeSpy changing LOD is banned on HWBot - and Futuremark also disagrees with it and doesn't validated it.
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
sure it is not allowed
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
its not cheating if it isn't against the rules.

Pick a lane. Not allowed = against the rules.

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