3Dmark Multi-platform Ranking Thread

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

  1. Rea:Per

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    14486 Time Spy - 1 x EVGA XC Gaming 2080TI - 2085 / 2000 - 9900K @ 5.0 - G.Skill 32GB 3300C15- Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Pro Wifi - Rea:per - Water https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/32671458
     
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  3. SKITZ0_000

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    9677 Port Royal - 1 x Galax 2080Ti - 2205 / 2000 - 2700X @ Stock - Hynix AFR 32GB 3400C14 - Asrock Taichi X470 - SKiTZ0_000 - AIO water - https://www.3dmark.com/pr/43465

    9886 Port Royal - 1 x Galax 2080Ti - 2275 / 2000 - 2700X @ Stock - Hynix AFR 32GB 3400C14 - Asrock Taichi X470 - SKiTZ0_000 - AIO chilled water - https://www.3dmark.com/pr/63354
     
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  4. dasa2

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    22378 Fire Strike --XFX Radeon VII @ 2,045/1,200, 6700K @ 4,600, G.Skill 4x8GB 3200c14 @ 3733c16, ASUS GENE VIII, Air/Water https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18631627
    Graphics Score 32,319

    Hope to get the GPU on water soon

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  5. Sphinx2000

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    Plenty of room there between the GPU and that push fan... :wired:
     
  6. dasa2

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    Yeah it is about 2mm longer than the 1070 which had a 1mm gap
     
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  12. wdq2347

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    Oops this is an impressive score!
    As I was tried to overclock an ASUS Matrix so deep, but still negative to push the core over 2200MHz.
    ONLY 9808 https://www.3dmark.com/pr/105200
     
  13. SKITZ0_000

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    I ran this one remotely from Russia the other day after the new drivers bumped the scores up.

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    There is still some room left in that, closed case and stock fans, it gets warm towards the end of the run. Tassie Winter ambient does help though.
     
  14. Geno

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    This hasn't been updated in nearly 2 years
     
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  15. Dannyboi

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    SKITZ0_000 How do temps go with that card? Can you manage or overheats in normal conditions?
     
  16. SKITZ0_000

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    It's this card
    , chosen for size (small case, occupied PCIE4 slot), 300A chip and price. With the stock air cooler I could keep the temps under control with manual settings, so 950mV @~1950-2000mhz which maintained about 70C-75C closed case with about 70-75% peak fan speed (with liq metal thermal paste). Out of the box it ran pretty warm and lost a lot of clocks at ~ 80C, but with my settings it was pretty good.

    The fan noise was a bit more than I wanted even across the room, and though I could have dialed the clocks back a bit more (50-100mhz would have made minimal difference to performance but made the card noise much more tolerable) as I'm gaming on 4K, for a few things I really needed all the help I could get to avoid dipping below 60FPS. So in the end I ended up getting and fitting the Alphacool Eisbar GPX, which is relatively silent and gave me another ~10% performance (I now game at 2145 at ~ 45C @ 1.056v).
     
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  17. Dannyboi

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    Yeah that's the card. I was looking at it also for the more compact size.

    It has a really good vbios actually and 380W tdp but the cooler is a letdown for it IMO so was a bit worried about getting that one due to the cooler design.

    I had to return an inno3d X2 rubbish because it was drastically overheating so maybe this one be alot better while keeping the small size?
     
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    Pretty happy with the second run ever on this card, will play around more on my days off.
     
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  19. SKITZ0_000

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    Sorry for the late reply, I've been traveling and haven't had much down time lately. I thought my card would have the 380W bios by default but it didn't, it had a 320W bios stock. I flashed it with a 380W Galax bios which helped a lot with pcap throttling and improved performance under heavy load. For a little cooler it is really quite good, it's not some cheapo she-ll-be-right, it has a full cover vapor chamber like the FE cards and is decent quality >300W is just a lot of heat to disperse for its dimensions. I did remove the 'What is your game' LED light, which I found tacky (was easy to do, two screws).
     
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  20. Dannyboi

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    I don't know why but Fire strike combined score is really low and I can't figure out why. Anyone have an idea?

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    16746 - Time Spy - 2080Ti - 2160/2075 - 7940X @ 5GHz - G.Skill TridentZ 3800C15 - Asus Rampage VI Apex - Dannyboi - Air/Custom water - https://www.3dmark.com/spy/7900475
     

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