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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 02:26 PM - Thread Starter
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For the 9900k + 1080ti single gpu class I've taken 1st place on firestrike extreme and ultra and 3rd place regular firestrike behind 2 XOC scores...

But time spy regular I'm only top 20 behind people with similar clocks. The only difference I see is some are quad channel memory systems vs my dual channel? Can that make a big difference?

What am I missing here? I understand dx11 vs dx12 but we are competing with the same hardware here...
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-31-2019, 03:43 PM
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Oh man. So much more to overclocking and benching.
Perhaps GPU memory tweaks with that modded 1080ti bios is what you are also missing?
Maybe turn off some background tasks. Is this a gaming OS or a benching OS?
Really how serious is the question at hand?


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Quote: Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
Oh man. So much more to overclocking and benching.
Perhaps GPU memory tweaks with that modded 1080ti bios is what you are also missing?
Maybe turn off some background tasks. Is this a gaming OS or a benching OS?
Really how serious is the question at hand?
Its a gaming OS. Regular Windows not stripped.
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Its a gaming OS. Regular Windows not stripped.
How far are you behind, Since on my rig I can make 900 physics and 500 gpu score difference just by changing windows settings.
Then there is another 200 points to gain by using only 1 screen on lowest res and refresh rate over DVI.


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maybe you should get together with this guy and compare notes

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