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Hi Word Not Allowed

Agree acording the list , but you can consider to make a uppdate .

Clean the lis from very odd results they ar only confusing .

For exampe I7 2500-2700 series scale to clock changes in the same pattern, and ram speed latansy ( cl6-cl11 and 2T 1T).

Lot of the avarage youser think its must be the card , as you see its a lot of 580:s is it possible that a 3gig 580 make a 10fps gain ?

If not, can a 2600 less than 4,5Ghz with 1600mhz at cl 9 do that with your recomended settings?

Can you tweak Win to gain 10fps?

 

Hasse

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I'm aware there might be erroneous results, but in general, list tells what it should - if you get a similar hardware, you have enough computers to compare with and make sure your performance is on par - this is what the list there for in the first place.

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AVSIM Community,

 

Nvidia Driver 301.42

 

juneivy.jpg

 

 

CPU:Core i7-3770k @ 4.9GHz HT Off 1.41v

Mobo: Asus Maximus V Gene

RAM: G.Skill Trident X 8GB 2666 MHz (10-13-13-33-1N)

GPU: EVGA GTX 680

HDD 1: WD Velociraptor X2 1.82TB intel RAID 0

HDD 2: WD Caviar Black X2 1.82TB intel RAID 0

HDD3: OCZ vertex 3 MI SSD 120GB

PSU: Cooler Master SP Gold 1200 W

Case: Cooler Master Cosmos S

Cooling: Blackice Extreme 360 / Laing D5 / Swiftech Apogee HD / feser one

OS: Windows 7 x64

 

 

HLJAMES

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Can you please be a bit more specific about the benefits you see from Virtu MVP?

When I i get a suitable OC stabilised I certainly would like to test FSXMark 11 with Lucid - but perhaps the difference one would see is in other less quantifiable terms than FPS?

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Hi

pushed the 2700k to the limit , the vtt imc voltages worries me a little

will not fry the memory controller.

 

I put in a 3770K in this week , bench next weekend

 

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Hasse

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OC stable @ 4.7 GHz 1.41 V.

I guess this goes some way to confirm the advantages of fast or very fast RAM.

 

A comparison with TechMaxGuys system show the same MB (Asrock Z77 Extreme4) and Ivybridge 3770K -> 3570K (both @4.7 GHz),, GFX 680 -> 670 OC, 2x4 GB 2133 CAS9 -> 1600 CAS7. Sure all of this plays a role in explaining the difference in results - but a change in Avg. FPS 54.1 -> 40.5 does call for some thought on my part.

 

Anyway beauty (and smoothness) is all in the eye of the beholder :Thinking:

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Check settings

4-5 fps to much with that cpu clock and ram timings

 

Hasse

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Check settings

4-5 fps to much with that cpu clock and ram timings

 

Hasse

 

WideViewAspect was set to FALSE. Redid the results with TRUE.

 

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Luke Harvest

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Nice, with the 580 3gb

Shall test the same clock and ram speed timings as you

The diff is that you have 16gb to mine 8gb

Only to se the diff 670 OC 4gb to 580 3gb

 

Hasse

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Is BP=0 supposed to have a negative effect on the benchmark? I just ran it with BP=0, out of interest, and registered a ~5% drop in FPS.


Luke Harvest

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No, BP=0 should actually have a positive result on the benchmark.

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No, BP=0 should actually have a positive result on the benchmark.

 

Yeah, it obviously should. I have no idea why it's not with the benchmark - with the NGX there's a definite clear boost in performance.


Luke Harvest

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