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       #21

    Solarstarshines said:
    ganjiry said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    Nice scores Ryan 2ghz scores higher then 4ghz ????
    Lols noo mate i was aiming to score 1.42 as my team mate scored 14.26. Our plan was for him to score what he could n then i make up the difference as Intel cpu's score a lot higher. My first run was at 800MHz but it didn't like it at all lol
    You are revealing all of AMD's dirty little secrets aren't you
    Hehe! yeah it didn't like runnning that far under stock lol. @800Mhz 2 runs of CB was game over and would just lock up. 2Ghz managed to run ok but still got errors at boot with progs not starting n so on. Probably too much voltage for the freq.
    What a ball ache it was to try n score a set number between 2 peeps though.
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       #22

    Sounds like beyond torture

    I don't know how healthy it would be to run a chip like that in reverse per say

    Very Interesting though it did better being lower than higher
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    Yeah i wouldn't have thought it would be too good for it but it was only for a short while. It's a lot harder to get stable when going backwards though.
    You lost me though, It didn't do better at a lower freq?
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    ganjiry said:
    Yeah i wouldn't have thought it would be too good for it but it was only for a short while. It's a lot harder to get stable when going backwards though.
    You lost me though, It didn't do better at a lower freq?

    I said it DID BETTER not didn't on a lower frequency then being stock which is amazing

    You may be the real deal of AMD right now you are the one now Ryan you have the touch you have the power lol
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    Solarstarshines said:
    ganjiry said:
    Yeah i wouldn't have thought it would be too good for it but it was only for a short while. It's a lot harder to get stable when going backwards though.
    You lost me though, It didn't do better at a lower freq?

    I said it DID BETTER not didn't on a lower frequency then being stock which is amazing

    You may be the real deal of AMD right now you are the one now Ryan you have the touch you have the power lol
    But it didn't do better on a lower frequency chap. It only scored 1.** It scores loads more at a higher freq. I still don't know half as much as you when it comes to oc'in but i think you read the post wrong.
    At 2Ghz it scored 3.44 and at 4.5 it scores around 7. something. Wires have got crossed somewhere along the line lol.

    Apologies for going off topic, It won't happen again.
    Last edited by ganjiry; 13 Oct 2013 at 06:35.
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       #26

    Solarstarshines said:
    Wrend said:
    Lava King said:
    Well, here's my dismal score.

    I really thought that a GTX 780 would score higher, but I guess that OpenGL isn't Nvidia's strong point.



    Kent
    I would think so too. Seems kind of weird, but then maybe it does take advantage of SLI and/or multiple GPUs, since I'm using two 680s (and the 780 should run better then one of them, as far as I know).
    I don't think it counts Sli or X-fire dude is running one GTX 660 and it is banging out 110fps 7970 -125fps single card performance I don't know why your 680 is scoring lower then a 660 it should be at least where i am at maybe it's the open CL
    Both the 680/780 and 7970 should score a lot higher than my 660 I would think. I ran it again to see if it was a fluke, scored 111, then 109
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       #27

    Dude said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    Wrend said:

    I would think so too. Seems kind of weird, but then maybe it does take advantage of SLI and/or multiple GPUs, since I'm using two 680s (and the 780 should run better then one of them, as far as I know).
    I don't think it counts Sli or X-fire dude is running one GTX 660 and it is banging out 110fps 7970 -125fps single card performance I don't know why your 680 is scoring lower then a 660 it should be at least where i am at maybe it's the open CL
    Both the 680/780 and 7970 should score a lot higher than my 660 I would think. I ran it again to see if it was a fluke, scored 111, then 109


    I'm not posting from the rig with the 780, so I'll have to go with what I remember...at idle, the GPU clock is 325MHz or thereabouts (stock settings). Under mild load it goes up to 863MHz and max boost is 1005MHz.

    When running Cinebench the GPU clock only went to 650MHz. I ran it again using my OC settings (max boost clock of 1200MHz) and it did indeed run at max boost, but the score changed very little.

    I would be interested to know if anyone else experiences this.

    The only other rig I have running Windows 7 64-bit is a MacBook Pro, and it doesn't have enough Vram to run Cinebench.



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       #28

    I've been reading around a bit, and from what I've read, it seems like the Cinebench OpenGL (GPU) test is actually limited by single thread CPU performance to a degree, and is just a reflection on how well their software will perform on your hardware, not necessarily reflecting the full potential of your hardware.

    So, unfortunately, it seems the Cinebench OpenGL test isn't a reliable method of testing and comparing GPUs, in general.

    The CPU test, however, does seem to be a more reliable means of testing and comparing CPU performance, in general.
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       #29

    ganjiry said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    ganjiry said:
    Yeah i wouldn't have thought it would be too good for it but it was only for a short while. It's a lot harder to get stable when going backwards though.
    You lost me though, It didn't do better at a lower freq?

    I said it DID BETTER not didn't on a lower frequency then being stock which is amazing

    You may be the real deal of AMD right now you are the one now Ryan you have the touch you have the power lol
    But it didn't do better on a lower frequency chap. It only scored 1.** It scores loads more at a higher freq. I still don't know half as much as you when it comes to oc'in but i think you read the post wrong.
    At 2Ghz it scored 3.44 and at 4.5 it scores around 7. something. Wires have got crossed somewhere along the line lol.

    Apologies for going off topic, It won't happen again.
    We got it sorted lol
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       #30

    Solarstarshines said:
    ganjiry said:
    Solarstarshines said:


    I said it DID BETTER not didn't on a lower frequency then being stock which is amazing

    You may be the real deal of AMD right now you are the one now Ryan you have the touch you have the power lol
    But it didn't do better on a lower frequency chap. It only scored 1.** It scores loads more at a higher freq. I still don't know half as much as you when it comes to oc'in but i think you read the post wrong.
    At 2Ghz it scored 3.44 and at 4.5 it scores around 7. something. Wires have got crossed somewhere along the line lol.

    Apologies for going off topic, It won't happen again.
    We got it sorted lol
    Yeah eventually

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