Official - Unigine Valley Benchmark Ranking thread

Discussion in 'Video Cards and Monitors' started by Virssagòn, Mar 5, 2013.

  1. tylerjrb

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    Love these cards! Especially now they are watercooled. Maxed out with custom bios and just broke 40c. With +360mhz on the core clock and +500 on the memory. Reading 1753mhz in Valley benchmark and 1550mhz in GPU-Z. CPU on 4.7ghz so happy with the score. Need to try windows 10 aswell. which i will be upgrading to tomorrow.

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  2. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    damn
     
  3. C4C

    C4C Well-Known Member

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    You blew that out of the water. Max score I've gotten is 1998 lol
     
  4. fade2green514

    fade2green514 Active Member

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    sorry cpu-z was showing current speed and voltage the clockspeeds are the same as in my signature i think
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  5. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    Thread necro. Playing around with my 390 clocks.

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  6. Darren

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    Bumpity. Think I'm about maxing out on my clocks with this. Any higher and I start getting artifacts even with voltage bumps. Got to 1125 core and 1600 memory clock with a +30mv voltage bump.

    Stock 390's are 1000/1500 and this one was 1040/1500 out of ths box. Score on the left ran at 1000/1500 and on the right is 1125/1600. Furmark scores improved from 4684 at 1000/1500 to 5393 at 1125/1600. So Valley bench was a 7.4% increase and Furmark was 15%. Pretty damn good performance jump for overclocking.

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  7. Calin

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    So my 8350 died and I upgraded to Intel. Here's the new score.
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  8. spirit

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    Not loving AMD anymore then @Calin? ;) :p

    Nice score! And nice setup too!
     
  9. Intel_man

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    AMD processors haven't excited me for many years.
     
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  10. spirit

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    Could've guessed from your username. ;)

    I'm looking forward to seeing what the new Zen platform brings. I'm by no means an AMD fanboy but it would be good to get some competition going. Intel's getting expensive. I notice Skylake is quite a bit more expensive than the previous generation.
     
  11. Intel_man

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    Skylake's only expensive if you get the 6700k. Personally, I'm not a fan of getting Intel's regular consumer stuff. Their "enthusiast" stuff is where it's at (X99 ftw!).
     
  12. spirit

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    The i5 6600K is quite a bit more expensive than the previous generation 4690K was when it was brand new 12-18 months ago I think. In the UK at least the i5 6600K costs just a hair under £200 which is just a bit less than the old i7 4790K cost brand new 12-18 months ago (they were about £220). I paid £160 for my i5 2500K in March 2012 and the 3570K, 4690K and the 4690K also cost about that when they were new. This 3770 I'm using now was about £220 brand new in May 2012. The 6700 costs £260 and the 6700K is £275.
     
  13. Intel_man

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    I paid $300 for my i7 920 "back in my day".
     
  14. Darren

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    Also with the price hikes is the fact that each new iteration is usually a semi marginal improvement over the previous.

    Intel needs competition bad, they've stagnated hard because they're dominating the market. When your competition is at best an 8350 for several years, you don't have to try very hard. :p
     
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  15. Okedokey

    Okedokey Well-Known Member

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    What application is causing your current CPU to bottle?
     
  16. spirit

    spirit Moderator Staff Member

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    Exactly. This is why Zen had better be good!
     
  17. Calin

    Calin Well-Known Member

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    Thanks man. I still support AMD over lower end Intel CPUs but saying that it is better than any modern i7 is p ure fanboyism
     
  18. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    Who are you talking to?
     
  19. Okedokey

    Okedokey Well-Known Member

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    Just generally
     
  20. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    This suggests your talking about a specific person and their CPU.

    Meaning this makes no sense...?
     

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