Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by Agg, Apr 13, 2017.
GW thanks for the reply Sipheren.
The 2 1080's are pretty close to the 1080Ti's, not a bad option
Might have to ramp up my clocks. nice work cbwolf.
AMD A10 6800k APU @ stock running with 16gb 2133mhz ram
8670D iGPU assigned with 2gb @ stock
Using crimson beta legacy driver
Latest Windows 10 Creator update
& Superposition at default settings
Score of: 853
doesn't work with SLI
It's 2017 - any 4k results people?
There ya go.
Follow these instructions, it's easy to setup takes about a minute.
For anyone that cares, here's how a 5 year old CPU (3770K) and some cheap ass RAM with 1080Ti does.
I couldn't get it to install....*sigh*
how many are really still using a 1080p monitor? only those that what the ultra high refresh rates? ive been using 2560x1600 since 2007 and only just recently went to a 34" ultrawide... its my understanding that OCAU is about overclocking and extreme users not max console res? any tests or reviews in 1080p in my eyes are not worth looking at. OP can you maybe set some standard settings for testing and group up the results so those who want to compare to a relative resolution can do so without having to scroll through hundreds of 1080p (coff console) res. Real world data like this can be very useful for those looking to buy new hardware.
Over 93% of gamers use 1920x1080 or lower resolutions according to latest the steam hardware survey, with about 46% using 1920x1080.
That makes 1080 by a long, long way the most relevant resolution to bench at.
Any benchmark is run at default res and settings as a baseline.
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here are my results, stock msi gaming r9 390x
clocked my 1080Ti up a touch
and for something totally different my i5 2500K and 980 combo