3D Mark Firestrike Benchmark

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  2. Dude's Avatar
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       #1072

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  3. Brawndo's Avatar
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    Hahahaha I knew it. I noticed we're very close on some benchmarks sometime by le ss than 50 points. I guess you have a higher power limit. I can't seem to find a way to maintain 2115 not even 2100. I dropped to 2070 during that run. What clock speed do you maintain usually in firestrike out of curiosity?
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  4. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Brawndo said:
    Hahahaha I knew it. I noticed we're very close on some benchmarks sometime by le ss than 50 points. I guess you have a higher power limit. I can't seem to find a way to maintain 2115 not even 2100. I dropped to 2070 during that run. What clock speed do you maintain usually in firestrike out of curiosity?
    My clock speed varies Steve, on this run it was 2130 ....it never stays the same. Need better cooling I think....
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  5. Kol12's Avatar
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       #1075

    OldMike65 said:
    My clock speed varies Steve, on this run it was 2130 ....it never stays the same. Need better cooling I think....
    What temperature is your card running at while sustaining 2130Mhz?
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  6. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Kol12 said:
    What temperature is your card running at while sustaining 2130Mhz?
    Around 60+
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  7. Kol12's Avatar
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    OldMike65 said:
    Around 60+
    I don't believe it. You must have won the silicon lottery winning ticket. Only water cooled cards should hold that speed.
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  8. doorules's Avatar
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    You should never see 60' on a watercooled gpu if the block is installed correctly. No matter what clock you used.

    At room temps mine will not go north of 35 - 40' max. That is with sustained runs.

    With cold air I can get it to low single digits and keep max temps under 20' for run after run.
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  9. OldMike65's Avatar
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    doorules said:
    You should never see 60' on a watercooled gpu if the block is installed correctly. No matter what clock you used.

    At room temps mine will not go north of 35 - 40' max. That is with sustained runs.

    With cold air I can get it to low single digits and keep max temps under 20' for run after run.

    Correct
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  10. Kol12's Avatar
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    doorules said:
    You should never see 60' on a watercooled gpu if the block is installed correctly. No matter what clock you used.

    At room temps mine will not go north of 35 - 40' max. That is with sustained runs.
    I think you misunderstood. I meant it is usually only the water cooled cards that can hold above 2100Mhz. If OldMike can hold 2100Mhz+ at 60C on air he just got a very good GPU. I've seen a few reports of some air cooled cards doing that but not many...

    doorules said:
    With cold air I can get it to low single digits and keep max temps under 20' for run after run.
    Your crazy doorules. Are you running an ice machine on your PC?
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