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Finally got a higher score than jmd_freek :) At least the record I was aiming for :)

 

WTH is that background ? If it is what I think it is then it is against forum rules

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P9550 - Brutality - i5-2500k @ 4.6GHz / 2x 6950 @ 840/1325

IT'S OVER NINETHOUSAAAAAAAAAAAND =D

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so i just got my evga superclock 560ti in today.

 

cpu 2500k @4.6

560ti 1020-2040-2200 score 5573 at 1.1mv shes still going strong and i cant wait to get it under water

 

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2181715

 

 

new score 5681 getting so close to breaking 5700

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2183468

 

 

5698 is is close as i can come to breaking 5700 :(

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2183589

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WTH is that background ? If it is what I think it is then it is against forum rules

 

I hope it's not against the rules to have a goose as my background :happy:

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I hope it's not against the rules to have a goose as my background :happy:

 

Ok but it still looks wierd :P

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I would like to submit my results even tho the system is not fully tweaked yet. I am still looking at why my voltages on the cards will not adjust at all.

 

 

15086

 

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I am still looking at why my voltages on the cards will not adjust at all.

 

Because if you increase the volts your card will explode !! I suggest you oc on stock volts

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My cards are under a full coverage water blocks. The voltage will not adjust past .938 volts. I figure 1.0 volts is a safe zone to push too as I see others push past that with out an issue. I little voltage will go a very long way with the cards.

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Olokul, how can your physics score be better than mine, when I'm running 4.8GHz and you're running 4.6GHz?

Does RAM speed matter? Or is it your better mobo that does the difference?

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Olokul, how can your physics score be better than mine, when I'm running 4.8GHz and you're running 4.6GHz?

Does RAM speed matter? Or is it your better mobo that does the difference?

 

I'm going to say its your ram [email protected] 9-9-9-24 2t mine was set at [email protected] 7-8-7-20 1t with the faster speed and tighter timings is what gave me a better score. tonight ill test with stock settengs and cange my ram speed and timings around and see if it changes my physics score much.

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