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|06-16-2019 07:20 PM|
980ti w/350-400 watt limit in vbios - i have confirmed, long time ago in the 980ti owners club, that gpu-z reading is accurate comparing to a kill-o-watt and accounting for psu efficiency.
230 watts in gpu-z
running kombuster fuzzy doughnut:
396 watts in gpu-z
if looking to really stress the PSU , kombuster looks to be better. run it w/prime, settings depending on the cpu gen and be prepared for the fireworks.
|06-16-2019 06:30 PM|
|skupples||you had me until furmark.|
|06-16-2019 05:54 PM|
running O&O adds no additional load than running just furmark.
the scrolling was laggy as all hell, but i'm not surprised as i said, its just a GUI.
|06-16-2019 05:45 PM|
O&O shouldn't add any real load to the CPU, GPU or PSU, O&O is just a UI for editing your registry and a few other things.
However if you're editing running Windows functions while the GPU is banging off the power limit, down clocking/undervolting and repeating until the GPU finds a clock speed it can settle on, I can see you having any number of issues.
Furmark used to be a thermal test so that you could see if your voltage and power settings were able to be cooled by the cooler and powered by the PSU...to test overclocks usually. It's not a stress test and it never really was, if you use it to test thermals and power, you're doing it right. However now that GPUs clock speed and voltage fluctuate based on temp, you can't thermally test an OC this way because it simply won't hold the clocks. If we had full BIOS control we could force it to hold boost and voltage at a much higher temperature, I think they should hardware voltage lock the cards to an extent, maybe +10%, and give us full control over the rest. The voltage and power are going to stop scaling long before you risk damaging anything with voltage.
|06-16-2019 05:20 PM|
but i guess it doesn't matter when testing an 8-10 year old psu anyways.
or how long has BFG been out of business?
|06-16-2019 05:05 PM|
So, the question is, what the heck is "ShutUp10" doing?
Obvious plot twist?
|06-16-2019 03:16 PM|
@Pook and looniam: It's not clear whether you're incapable of understanding what I explained, or just don't bother to read things before kicking out an arrogant, dismissive reply. Either way, while that does boost your post count it isn't doing the forum any good. Just FYI. I'll check back in another ten years and see if things are back to where they were.
nope. sorry if your ignorance about a program being pointed out caused you so much butt hurt as a simple inquiry causes you to be so defensive.
if that is really what you believe and can't handle criticism of a flawed test - then you sir are the one who isn't doing this forum any favors.
good luck with that.
|06-16-2019 03:05 PM|
thanks for your valued contribution, I'm sure it'll reform stress tests everywhere.
that the kind of response you were looking for?
sorry, I guess
|06-16-2019 02:45 PM|
|Arbie||@Pook and looniam: It's not clear whether you're incapable of understanding what I explained, or just don't bother to read things before kicking out an arrogant, dismissive reply. Either way, while that does boost your post count it isn't doing the forum any good. Just FYI. I'll check back in another ten years and see if things are back to where they were.|
|06-15-2019 12:39 PM|
personally i find kombuster fuzzy dougnut combined w/prime95 maxes out my components more than anything.
thats my PSU stress test.
nvidia drivers get in the way w/furmark.
sorry but, it is hard to believe a simple GUI such as 0&0 causes any power stress - its just a GUI. correlation doesn't equal causation.
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