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post #11 of 210 (permalink) Old 09-27-2011, 03:04 PM - Thread Starter
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This 6950/70 seems to pull less than my old 4870 1GB.

That is pretty good. The other system in the house with the 4870 pulls more eek.gif

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This 6950/70 seems to pull less than my old 4870 1GB.

Pretty possible due to lower leakage, although it's rated to have a higher TDP. As you know, this's one of the common misinterpretations. People think newer cards would pull more power. They don't. Most the time improved manufactoring processes yield in lower consumptions.

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here is my data, these are with powercap at +20% running OCCT


At Wall:
GPUS at 950/1425 (1.195v stock) - 940w average
GPUS at 950/1450 (1.195v stock) - ~942w average
GPUS at 950/1475 (1.195v stock) - ~945w average
GPUS at 950/1500 (1.195v stock) - ~947w average
GPUS at 975/1425 (1.2v) ~965w average
GPUS at 1020/1425 (1.27v) ~999w average

With 85% efficiency factored in:
GPUS at 950/1425 (1.195v stock) - 799w average
GPUS at 950/1450 (1.195v stock) - ~800.7w average
GPUS at 950/1475 (1.195v stock) - ~803.25w average
GPUS at 950/1500 (1.195v stock) - ~804.95w average
GPUS at 975/1425 (1.2v) ~820.25w average
GPUS at 1020/1425 (1.27v) ~849.15w average

checked those with 3 different meters


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By the way, for your ? marks, my CPU voltage is 1.125V, memory voltage is 1.9V, GPU voltage is 1.175V, and I have 5 fans.

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here is my data, these are with powercap at +20% running OCCT


At Wall:
GPUS at 950/1425 (1.195v stock) - 940w average
GPUS at 950/1450 (1.195v stock) - ~942w average
GPUS at 950/1475 (1.195v stock) - ~945w average
GPUS at 950/1500 (1.195v stock) - ~947w average
GPUS at 975/1425 (1.2v) ~965w average
GPUS at 1020/1425 (1.27v) ~999w average

With 85% efficiency factored in:
GPUS at 950/1425 (1.195v stock) - 799w average
GPUS at 950/1450 (1.195v stock) - ~800.7w average
GPUS at 950/1475 (1.195v stock) - ~803.25w average
GPUS at 950/1500 (1.195v stock) - ~804.95w average
GPUS at 975/1425 (1.2v) ~820.25w average
GPUS at 1020/1425 (1.27v) ~849.15w average

checked those with 3 different meters

Thank you. If you could let me know and fill in the remaining values I would appreciate it.
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By the way, for your ? marks, my CPU voltage is 1.125V, memory voltage is 1.9V, GPU voltage is 1.175V, and I have 5 fans.

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Thank you. If you could let me know and fill in the remaining values I would appreciate it.



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will do, at work right now but ill get that info to you


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i7 920 @ 3.6GHz @ 1.06V . EVGA E767 . (6) 1.65V Memory . 1 GTX 580 Stock [1.075V] . 1 HDD . 2 Optical Drive . 2 x 180mm fans and 2 120mm fans, all undervolted around 5-7V I'd guess [managed via fanspeed.] . Corsair HX750.
Max Values: According to my battery backup unit [don't have a kill-a-watt :\].
Idle: 191W
[email protected]: 408W

I copied your general format.. you can just copy paste AMC smile.gif


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Here's my data:

i7 930 @ 4.0GHz @ 1.25625V, 1.23750vTT, 1.24550vIOH . Asus Rampage III Formula . (3) 1.65V Memory . (2) GTX 570 SLI @ 850/1700/2000 @ 1.063v/1.050v (GPU1/GPU2) . (2) HDD (1 7200rpm + 1 5900rpm), (1) SSD (OCZ Vertex 2) . (1) Optical Drive . (3) 3.36W Fans, (2) 5.4W Fans (1) 1.68W Fan, (1) 2.4W Fan . Enermax Revolution85+ 1050W @ 85%-89%-85% Efficiency @ 20%-50%-100% load (240V AC input)

Max Values:

Idle: 218.3W -> ~85% efficient -> 185.6W
CPU load (Prime95 small FFT): 349.7W -> ~86% efficient -> 300.7W
GPU load (3DMark 11 GPU test 1): 689.0W -> ~89% efficient -> 613.2W
CPU + GPU load (P95 + 3D Mark 11): 796.6W -> ~87% efficient -> 693.0W
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Munkypoo7:
i7 920 @ 3.6GHz @ 1.06V . EVGA E767 . (6) 1.65V Memory . 1 GTX 580 Stock [1.075V] . 1 HDD . 2 Optical Drive . 2 x 180mm fans and 2 120mm fans, all undervolted around 5-7V I'd guess [managed via fanspeed.] . Corsair HX750.
Max Values: According to my battery backup unit [don't have a kill-a-watt :\].
Idle: 191W
[email protected]: 408W

I copied your general format.. you can just copy paste AMC smile.gif

Thank you and thank you for following the format! thumb.gif

If you could do Furmark and Prime95, that would be great. I don't know if [email protected] stresses the computer enough.

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Here's my data:

i7 930 @ 4.0GHz @ 1.25625V, 1.23750vTT, 1.24550vIOH . Asus Rampage III Formula . (3) 1.65V Memory . (2) GTX 570 SLI @ 850/1700/2000 @ 1.063v/1.050v (GPU1/GPU2) . (2) HDD (1 7200rpm + 1 5900rpm), (1) SSD (OCZ Vertex 2) . (1) Optical Drive . (3) 3.36W Fans, (2) 5.4W Fans (1) 1.68W Fan, (1) 2.4W Fan . Enermax Revolution85+ 1050W @ 85%-89%-85% Efficiency @ 20%-50%-100% load (240V AC input)

Max Values:

Idle: 218.3W -> ~85% efficient -> 185.6W
CPU load (Prime95 small FFT): 349.7W -> ~86% efficient -> 300.7W
GPU load (3DMark 11 GPU test 1): 689.0W -> ~89% efficient -> 613.2W
CPU + GPU load (P95 + 3D Mark 11): 796.6W -> ~87% efficient -> 693.0W

Perfect format. Thank you!

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