Time Spy - DirectX 12 benchmark test

  1. Vellinious's Avatar
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       #621

    specialkone said:
    My score showed 2088 MHZ, yours 2063MHZ, not far off. But I think that shows the max clock, even if it's just for a second. I'd be more interested in knowing the minimum clock you get during the Time Spy run. Sadly, XOC OSD won't work for me in Time Spy but in Firestrike (longer test) my clock doesn't go below 2,000 MHZ. I suspect your clock is dropping lower than mine, thus cooling/throttling as mentioned. Air flow (750D full tower) in my case is fairly good.

    I'm actually wondering more about the CPU scores. Me 4.8, you 4.9 and my CPU score is higher. Maybe throttling/heat as well. My runs at 4.8 have CPU temp in the 60's and the absolute highest spike was 71.
    The CPU test in Timespy also works the memory and cache clock. So, faster memory with tighter timings will score better.
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  2. ArazelEternal's Avatar
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       #622

    Vellinious said:
    510? My goodnes, man. Are you running it with a toaster?
    Its my laptop which is listed under my second system in the specs. It seems like it wants to run on the Intel HD Graphics even though Im telling it to run on the Quadro. Ive used the context menu entry to tell it to run on the Quadro, and the settings in the NVIDIA control panel as well. I dont know of anything else I can do to make it run on the discrete card. I know games like COD: MW3 and Black Ops II run with no issue at max settings, but yet I get such a low score in this.
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  3. Vellinious's Avatar
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       #623

    Try disabling the integrated graphics adapter in the device manager.
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  4. ArazelEternal's Avatar
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       #624

    I tried that, but then it wouldnt run at all. It errored out, with an error that looked like it was pointing to an issue within the code. Tried opening the NVIDIA settings, but threw and error about no displays being connected to the card. I think there is a weird issue going on here.
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  5. Vellinious's Avatar
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       #625

    ArazelEternal said:
    I tried that, but then it wouldnt run at all. It errored out, with an error that looked like it was pointing to an issue within the code. Tried opening the NVIDIA settings, but threw and error about no displays being connected to the card. I think there is a weird issue going on here.
    Maybe the quadro isn't set up to run DX12? I'm at a loss there....just a guess.
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  6. ArazelEternal's Avatar
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       #626

    I think thats it. PassMark wont run its DX12 test on it either. I dont think this Quadro is set up to run DX12 so that would be the issue.
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  7. ArazelEternal's Avatar
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       #627

    ArazelEternal said:
    I think thats it. PassMark wont run its DX12 test on it either. I dont think this Quadro is set up to run DX12 so that would be the issue.
    Disregard that. I was wrong. According to NVIDIAs website, the K2100M does indeed support DX12 up to API level 11. So the whole thing may not be supported, and the 3DMark Time Spy and PassMark DX12 tests may use API beyond level 11. The Sky Diver Test which is DX11 gets me a score (just ran it again) of around 7000. So not really great, but not horrible either.
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  8. Vellinious's Avatar
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       #628

    Hmm...not sure then. Just odd that it won't run at all.
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  9. specialkone's Avatar
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       #629

    Vellinious said:
    The CPU test in Timespy also works the memory and cache clock. So, faster memory with tighter timings will score better.
    Our memory is similar:

    Time Spy - DirectX 12 benchmark test-memory.png

    Not that Cliff's score is bad. It isn't. I was focused on that because his hardware is almost identical to mine, except for make of MB, case (air flow) and cooling. We are also using the same Nvidia drivers.

    My simple logic would have given him a higher score than mine, other than throttling/cooling.
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  10. specialkone's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64
       #630

    I ran Time Spy again. This time I used a curve on the GPU OC. The highest curve I could achieve without crashing was giving me about the same graphic score as before. This run (curve) gave me a 2101 core clock but I've seen that with an offset. So I increased the GPU memory from 500 to 550, as Vellinious mentioned to Cliff. That increased my graphic score to 8303.

    But in these runs with the exact same CPU OC as I had before, my CPU score is down, now 29 points below Cliff's 4.9 OC. That makes sense to me, but why my CPU score went down doesn't. .

    I think I will give up trying to figure it out.

    Dude; new Time Spy score 7790.

    Time Spy - DirectX 12 benchmark test-timespy7790.png

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-6700K,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA
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