Jump to content
Water_Hazard

3dMark 11

Recommended Posts

The last time I had two 7970s was in April :lol:

Had this new HD7970 for just over 2 months, before this I had a GTX670 and before that I had a GTX580 and before that I had 2x560 non-Ti and before that I had just one GTX560 non-Ti and before that I had my 7970 CF and before that I had one 7970 and before that I had 6970 CF and before that I had one 6970 and before that I had 580 SLI and before that I had one GTX580 and before that I had a 6870 and before that I had 5970+5870 and before that I had just a 5970 and before that I had a GTX480 and before that I had a GTX470 and before that I had a HD5850 and before that I had a HD5770 and before that I had a GTX260 216sp and before that I had a 9800GT and before that I had a 8600GT and before that I think I had a Nvidia 6600 but I cant rememer :P

 

Geez mate! You could afford a bloody Mercedes Benz or even a Rolls with the price of those changes.:whoa:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Geez mate! You could afford a bloody Mercedes Benz or even a Rolls with the price of those changes.:whoa:

Have you heard of Nyt? :lol:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

FXguu.jpg

 

stock speed of my cpu is 2.8, 3.5 is the max I can go under stock voltage so I figured why not? :)

very nice for two 5770's

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4741334

 

P 8601

 

Not bad for a lan rig

 

testing my new 660ti :biggrin:

 

EDIT

 

Hitting 1320 boost so far, only been ocing for a few min

 

Stock cpu is really dragging it down, am swapping to a different system with an overclocked i7 (still on a ITX board)

Edited by Muchoman1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Those 660 ti scores just arn't right. :doh: I had to push my 950 and 580 to the limit just to get close to P8000, the 660 ti do it with out sweating it.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Those 660 ti scores just arn't right. :doh: I had to push my 950 and 580 to the limit just to get close to P8000, the 660 ti do it with out sweating it.

 

Yeah, my i7 is currently stock (3.4 ghz), will OC that soon when i get a decent cooler on it. I swapped my 580 for this 660ti, and am very pleased

 

The GTX 660 Ti's aren't that powerful, but it does a decent job.

 

P9086

 

Pretty darn powerful for the price though

 

My gpu score is higher, but the stock CPU is holding it back

 

What cpu/gpu clocks?

 

 

EDIT: And i dont think that you can call any card that gets over 9k p score "not that powerful"

Edited by Muchoman1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Pretty darn powerful for the price though

 

My gpu score is higher, but the stock CPU is holding it back

 

What cpu/gpu clocks?

Well, I got my GTX 660 Ti for $225 (where it should be), and my HD 7850's for $153.

 

The HD 7850 keeps up in 3DMark11, but kills the GTX 660 Ti in Unigine Heaven (ignore the "Stock" in paint, never updated it to say "OC").

P8696

 

unigineheaven21msihd785.th.png

unigineheaven21asusgtx6.th.png

 

Tests done with an i7 2700K at 4.9GHz. The GTX 660 Ti only gets to 1215MHz Core Clock (Boost) and 1572MHz for Memory.

Edited by El_Capitan

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

El Capitan have you seen the clocks on my GTX 660 Ti? I was able to reach 1235MHz Core Clock (before Boost) and 1424MHz Core Clock (boost) with a max Memory speed of 1752MHz all that perfectly stable to play all games I have.

 

So saying that this card is not a powerful card is kind of wrong.

 

It can accomplish very good FPS and scores.

Edited by Erosannin

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

El Capitan have you seen the clocks on my GTX 660 Ti? I was able to reach 1235MHz Core Clock (before Boost) and 1424MHz Core Clock (boost) with a max Memory speed of 1752MHz all that perfectly stable to play all games I have.

 

So saying that this card is not a powerful card is kind of wrong.

 

It can accomplish very good FPS and scores.

 

Yep, my MSI power edition is currently running at nearly 1400mhz boost, with more tweaking ill surely break the 1400 mark, so your overclock is quite low

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...