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  1. Posts : 6,077
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       #1201

    Nice job Doug

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  2. NoN
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       #1202

    Swapped here "at stock settings" (Asus Radeon R9 270x) with the recommended "Extreme" preset!

    Edit: If you see the Intel HD4000 is because its enable but i have disable the Gpu virtualization for all benchmarks.
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    Last edited by NoN; 29 Apr 2014 at 08:23.
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  3. Posts : 6,077
    Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
       #1203

    Hi NoN, we need you to run it on the "Extreme" preset to be added to the leaderboard mate.
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  4. NoN
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       #1204

    paulpicks21 said:
    Hi NoN, we need you to run it on the "Extreme" preset to be added to the leaderboard mate.
    No worries...i'll update my post above when got the result in "Extreme" preset mode!
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  5. NoN
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       #1205

    Edited post #1202 with the recommended "Extreme" preset!
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  6. Posts : 6,077
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       #1206

    Nice one NoN, Added

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  7. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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       #1207

    Thanks for adding me! :)
    Will post sooner or later other oc'ed results!
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  8. Posts : 6,077
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       #1208

    No worries NoN, an oc can make a big difference. I gained around 400 points with my card.
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  9. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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       #1209

    I do post another result with a slight Oc'ed Gpu.

    BTW, i'm using & learning using the "Asus GPU Tweak"...Lastest ver 2.6.2.0 is out from April 22, 2014: HERE

    One thing i'm asking myself is if i do need to set some parameters in BIOS for the iGPU Load Line Calibration...? Even if i do disable the Gpu Virtualization during benchmarks.

    But anyway, I've set LLC to "High" and iGPU Current Capability to 110% as it reflects quite in the Asus GPU Tweak when using preset "Gaming" (i based my slight Oc little higher than the preset "Gaming").

    I have also set to "Auto" the GPU Max Memory Frequency & iGPU Offset in Bios.

    I go slowly but surely on that one.

    No need to add to leaderboard yet, i might try some other results!
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  10. Posts : 109
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1210

    The iGPU load line and max memory have absolutely no effect on your discrete graphics card(The r9 270x). It only effects the integrated graphics(the intel HD graphics 4000), hence the i in iGPU(Integrated graphics processing unit). You can actually possibly get a slightly higher CPU OC if you disable the integrated graphics, not all motherboards have the option, but worth it if you can.

    Also, the best software for overclocking your GPU, no matter the manufacturer is MSI Afterburner. I believe the latest and best version right now is 3.0.0 beta 19. Most people in the graphics overclocking community will highly recommend this software. It's what I use and i'm in the #15 position with my 7950. It's best to start out OC'ing just your core at about 20mhz at a time until you hit the wall where it freezes up, then back up 20 and start going up 5 at a time, once you hit that wall, go up 1 at a time until you hit a wall, then back up 2 or 3. Then you can start OC'ing your memory at about 50mhz at a time until you get texture corruption, then just back up about 20-30mhz and congrats, you just hit the max OC for your graphics card. You can play around with the core and memory voltage to try and get a better OC, but it'll be only about 10-50mhz max unless your specific card can handle a big voltage jump. Best to leave memory voltage alone since memory only plays a very small role in your FPS when it's OC.

    Good luck and have fun.
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