3Dmark Multi-platform Ranking Thread

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by sskmercer, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. MR.355

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    Nice core on that 1080 aussie :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks, my son loves the way its running (on 3xu2410's).

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  3. MoMaN69

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    Did a couple of tests on differant benches with new timings.


    Firestrike 18181
    Timespy 8115
     
  4. MR.355

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    #2 for this CPU / GPU Combo single card
     
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    Quick n' dirty with the new unbelievably good ITX STRIX.

    7887 - Timespy - Gigabyte 1080 Waterforce - 2177/1361 - 7700K @ 5.0/4.8 - 2x16GB GSkill Trident Z c15- 3200 @ 12-12-12-30 - Asus ROG Z270i STRIX - water - RATZZ - LINK


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  7. Paulie_AU

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    Seems to be a great little board. Need to try for 1t and tightening the secondaries and thirds to see if it helps physics. Have a look in the xtu thread for Daryls timings and mine which aren't as tight but noth sets are b die.
     
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  9. Ratzz

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    Oh yeah mate for sure. I didn't even bother with timings, at the time I was more messing with the chip than anything else. I've had that ram at 10-10-10-28-220 1T before, but couldn't replicate it with the old boards and forgot to try with this board. Not sure what I did to get those timings. It does 11-11-11-28-220 1T at 1.65v totally stable though.

    I don't own it any more, its been sold along with my 7700K and Z170 Extreme 4 in a package deal. Pickup tomorrow morning :) If I get a chance later I might stick them back into the Strix for an hour and see how good it really is..

    I'm looking forward to posting some results with my new Tridents, 2x8 c17-3733. I've already had them @ c15 4040 on a 101.5 BLCK @ 1.5v :)

    According to some review I read somewhere, this was one of only 2 boards they had ever managed to boot straight into XMP-4266. The sticks I sold you proved that, I literally reset the BIOS to Optimised Defaults, enabled XMP, and booted in a normal length of time (about 10 seconds to desktop), no issues, no hangs or resets. Opened CPUz and there it was.. 4266 :)

    My only complaint with the board so far is the lack of a CMOS button on the rear panel.. or even on the board. It has a 2 pin bridge about 5mm just above the GPU.. fortunately access isn't bad on my rig but it could be a problem in some. And some people actually put the sides back on their computer too :lol: which would make it worse.

    Right now, I'm loving it. Ner-Ner to those still waiting :tongue:
     
  10. aussie-revhead

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    Good on you Ratzz, nice rig.

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  11. MR.355

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    #1 for this CPU / GPU Combo single card
     
  12. im late

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    Well done. :thumbup:
     
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    16757 - Firestrike - 2 x Gigabyte GTX 780 1250 core/3224 mem - 3930k @ 4ghz - G.Skill Ares 1866 - ASRock X79 Extreme11 - SiriusDragon - air/air - Link
     
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    Quickly updated boys and girls.

    Example as per OP guys. It just makes it so much easier not having to try and work out settings based on the 3D links which are never 100% accurate along with it being SO much quicker to get it done

     
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    Fire Strike
    18233 - Fire Strike - 1x Gigabyte 980Ti Xtreme - 1478/1952 - 6950X @ 4100 - Crucial 2400 C15 - Asus X99 Deluxe -Xenon- Air/Air
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12492630

    Fire Strike Extreme
    9428 - Fire Strike Extreme - 1x Gigabyte 980Ti Xtreme - 1478/1952 - 6950X @ 4100 - Crucial 2400 C15 - Asus X99 Deluxe -Xenon- Air/Air
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12492729

    TimeSpy
    6734 - TimeSpy - 1x Gigabyte 980Ti Xtreme - 1478/1952- 6950X @ 4100 - Crucial 2400 C15 - Asus X99 Deluxe -Xenon- Air/Air
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1665248
     
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    Cranked the volts up a bit :eek: but a bit happier with the physics now. I'm not sure that its a best score overall for me though, I'm sure I had one at like 198XX, but I mustn't have submitted it because I can't find it.

    I could have dropped the volts a fair bit I think, but since temps weren't too bad ;) I just couldn't be arsed and turned it up to 11. At least I was ruling out lack of volts for any crashes :lol:

    I'm not good at memory, I'm going to have to get some kind soul to offer me a few lessons on my own machine...

    Memory is simply XMP (3733) with the frequency bumped to 4000. No other changes. That's where any further improvements lie of course.

    I can get the GPU to survive a run at 2190/5454 (+130/+350) but not with the system ram @ 4000 ? I didn't think one would affect the other? The extra few points on the GPU are worth less to me than the physics I think, so I went with this for a bit of fun.

    Personally, I'm just chuffed that I actually ran a chip at 5.3GHz for 6 hours without an induced crash. Its a first for me.
     
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  19. Paulie_AU

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    Great CPU temps for 1.52v. Volts are fine for benching I need that for the 50 to 51x range. With mems first step would be 1t and and tightening primaries. Also worth trying more cache once core limit is reached.

    Best bet is to download ASRock Timing configurator and see what the board is setting for all timings. Have a look in the XTU thread the good timings are shown there. Lots of the third timings and a couple of the secondaries can be left on auto but there are a few key ones that need locking in for good training. Daryl might have some good tips given he really knows Asus bios. I personally stumble around in asus bios (can get a good memory profile going on my z170i), give me ASRock or Gigabyte any day.
     
  20. Ratzz

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    The wire hanging from the window is the external temp sensor


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    Its much warmer inside..


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    I'll download the confifurator and see if its useful to me. I've tried replicating a few peoples timings from XTU etc, writing down whole series of numbers and trying them out, but nothing much works yet. Its not the board, in the end I just default back to letting the board decide for itself and it does what I can't make it do myself :lol:

    Its all part of the learning curve I guess isn't it?
     

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