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post #27821 of 28489 (permalink) Old 10-27-2016, 05:22 AM
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Hey guys.

This isn't video card specific, but here's a nice little benchmarker that is very informative. Give it a run. It only takes a couple of minutes.

I have found out that my RAM and SSDs seem to be under performing. Going to look into that now.

Here's my score.

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Hey guys.

This isn't video card specific, but here's a nice little benchmarker that is very informative. Give it a run. It only takes a couple of minutes.

I have found out that my RAM and SSDs seem to be under performing. Going to look into that now.

Here's my score.

Ha, ha, nice! smile.gif

Here's mine. I am not a gamer.
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Hey guys.

This isn't video card specific, but here's a nice little benchmarker that is very informative. Give it a run. It only takes a couple of minutes.

I have found out that my RAM and SSDs seem to be under performing. Going to look into that now.

Here's my score.

Luv these real world full system benches ... +R thumb.gif
Brought some activity back to this thread ... to bad it doesn't test the AIO ... directly? redface.gif
@Merg ... something is up with your 4770K ... maybe it's overheating (LoL) tongue.gif ... plus you should manually set your ram and/or overclock it wink.gif Lastly, what is up with our 1TB Samsung platter drives? Pitiful ehhh redface.gif

My old standby gaming rig ... "Too Easy"
Holy Molly at the time I topped the GPU chart, won't last long as my "Craigs Rescue" rig is next biggrin.gif
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Edit: OOOPs I thought the bench compared all systems directly redface.gif

Your Killin' it Juniordnz ... now I'll have something to compare my "Craigs Rescue" rig to as long as my Evga 1080 doesn't catch on fire tongue.gif
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UserBenchmarks: Game 140%, Desk 113%, Work 92%
CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K - 112.9%
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 - 182.1%
SSD: Samsung 850 EVO M.2 250GB - 116.5%
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 1TB - 96%
RAM: Unknown F3-1600C9-4GAB 0420 F3-12800CL9-4GBSR 0420 F3-1600C9-4GAB 0420 F3-12800CL9-4GBSR 16GB - 61%
MBD: Asrock Z97 Extreme6

I know...my RAM is poop...got some 2400mhz cl10 on the mail biggrin.gif

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Luv these real world full system benches ... +R thumb.gif
Brought some activity back to this thread ... to bad it doesn't test the AIO ... directly? redface.gif
@Merg ... something is up with your 4770K ... maybe it's overheating (LoL) tongue.gif ... plus you should manually set your ram and/or overclock it wink.gif Lastly, what is up with our 1TB Samsung platter drives? Pitiful ehhh redface.gif

My old standby gaming rig ... "Too Easy"
Holy Molly at the time I topped the GPU chart, won't last long as my "Craigs Rescue" rig is next biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Edit: OOOPs I thought the bench compared all systems directly redface.gif

Your Killin' it Juniordnz ... now I'll have something to compare my "Craigs Rescue" rig to as long as my Evga 1080 doesn't catch on fire tongue.gif
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It's working much better now.

I don't know why it's showing 3.5GHz, it's running the bench at 4.1GHz.

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Who doesn't love these full system benchmarks thumb.gif

UserBenchmarks: Game 140%, Desk 113%, Work 92%
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GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 - 182.1%
SSD: Samsung 850 EVO M.2 250GB - 116.5%
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Luv these real world full system benches ... +R thumb.gif
Brought some activity back to this thread ... to bad it doesn't test the AIO ... directly? redface.gif
@Merg ... something is up with your 4770K ... maybe it's overheating (LoL) tongue.gif ... plus you should manually set your ram and/or overclock it wink.gif Lastly, what is up with our 1TB Samsung platter drives? Pitiful ehhh redface.gif

My old standby gaming rig ... "Too Easy"
Holy Molly at the time I topped the GPU chart, won't last long as my "Craigs Rescue" rig is next biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Edit: OOOPs I thought the bench compared all systems directly redface.gif

Your Killin' it Juniordnz ... now I'll have something to compare my "Craigs Rescue" rig to as long as my Evga 1080 doesn't catch on fire tongue.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
It's working much better now.

I don't know why it's showing 3.5GHz, it's running the bench at 4.1GHz.

Nice ... noticeable improvement w/Ram and better w/4770K ... Not sure why your SSD's aren't runnin' a bit faster? ...
Could be excessive background tasks? 13%

@JUNIOR ... I'm going to have to get back to serious benching to catch you Junior!!! redface.gif
Need to play with my CPU/GPU and I got probs with my ram to. I'm new to this platform rolleyes.gif ...
What ram modules are you running? ... At least my crappy 1080 didn't catch on fire biggrin.gif

Edit: I should take my own advice ...Background apps! You're clean (0%) nice wink.gif
Edit 2 DoOoH ... Hyperthreading is OFF ... no more time have to tackle it tomorrow tongue.gif

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Nice ... noticeable improvement w/Ram and better w/4770K ... Not sure why your SSD's aren't runnin' a bit faster? ...
Could be excessive background tasks? 13%

@JUNIOR ... I'm going to have to get back to serious benching to catch you Junior!!! redface.gif
Need to play with my CPU/GPU and I got probs with my ram to. I'm new to this platform rolleyes.gif ...
What ram modules are you running? ... At least my crappy 1080 didn't catch on fire biggrin.gif

Edit: I should take my own advice ...Background apps! You're clean (0%) nice wink.gif
Edit 2 DoOoH ... Hyperthreading is OFF ... no more time have to tackle it tomorrow tongue.gif

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





OK, I fixed my RAM, and I fixed my overclock (4.5GHz)

My SSDs are running slow, and it could have something to do with having them both plugged into the same SATA controller, on port 1 and 2. Something I was just told yesterday that I didn't realize is that adjacent ports on an SATA controller share bandwidth.

I have just ordered one of these.
I know it's no speed demon, but it's much newer than my current SSDs and has much more space. My two SSDs have been installed for two or three years now, and my boot SSD is near capacity (about 51 of 60GB used). Plus my PC is never not being used while it's on. I suppose I should give it a chance to do some maintenance on the SSDs. Still, I don't think this quite accounts for it all. I will install the Kingston for use as a gaming drive, and I will image my system and restore it to the 180GB Corsair Force 3. This should give me plenty of headroom. I'll do some testing after I'm done.

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OK, I fixed my RAM, and I fixed my overclock (4.5GHz)

My SSDs are running slow, and it could have something to do with having them both plugged into the same SATA controller, on port 1 and 2. Something I was just told yesterday that I didn't realize is that adjacent ports on an SATA controller share bandwidth.

I have just ordered one of these.
I know it's no speed demon, but it's much newer than my current SSDs and has much more space. My two SSDs have been installed for two or three years now, and my boot SSD is near capacity (about 51 of 60GB used). Plus my PC is never not being used while it's on. I suppose I should give it a chance to do some maintenance on the SSDs. Still, I don't think this quite accounts for it all. I will install the Kingston for use as a gaming drive, and I will image my system and restore it to the 180GB Corsair Force 3. This should give me plenty of headroom. I'll do some testing after I'm done.

You should buy one of these instead of the Kingston. It got the 3D NAND tech in it.
https://www.amazon.ca/Crucial-MX300-525GB-Internal-Solid/dp/B01IAGSD68/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1478268159&sr=1-1&keywords=Crucial+MX300+525GB

Got 2 of those and they're awesome. 1 in 750GB and 1 in 525GB.

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