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    3DMark 2013 favoring Nvidia?



    Crossfirex HD 7970 and HD 7950 both @1100 core and 6000 mem
    BIG QUESTION
    Please, could somebody explain to me THIS...
    My Graphics Score is 13562 and Physics score is 11967, my combined score is JUST 2741 and the total score is 9585
    RANZE's (post #9) Graphics Score is 12599 and Physics score is 10639, his combined score is 3606 and the total score is 9865

    ¿WHY?
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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Please anybody?

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    I have several different test systems, running both Nvidia & AMD GPUs, and from what I've seen it's not favoring Nvidia.

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    I do see what he means. I dont understand the scoring either.
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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    @Doctor_Death. Could you please explain then why the first and second tests do have logic in their numbers but the third doesn't?

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Ranze has two 680 in SLI and you mix match the cards (7970+7950). You do know when you do this the faster card will slowing down and wait for the slower card to catch up. Therefore, it's best to use both matching card when do SLI or CF.

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    NO, that's not the case for Radeons, in CrossfireX each card can use different clock speed. For Nvidia cards, on the other hand, that's true, the faster card has to slow down. Nevertheless, in my case BOTH cards are at the exact same speed: 1100 MHz core and 6000 MHz memory. It's interesting though that they beat a 680's SLI. About different speed in CrossfireX you can see this test. Sadly it's in spanish. AMD Radeon HD 7970 + HD 7950 CrossFireX . But what that has to do with my question?

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    Here's my score for Firestrike Extreme with 1 HD7970. Thanks for the key code Stan.

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by farauco View Post
    @Doctor_Death. Could you please explain then why the first and second tests do have logic in their numbers but the third doesn't?
    To start with, Ice Storm is for entry level systems, Cloud Gate is for mid range systems, and Ice Storm is for High End Gaming systems, which is why your seeing a lower score in Ice Storm

    I hope this helps

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    No, Doctor_Death, that does not help because I am already able to add 1+1, of course Ice Storm is for entry level systems, Cloud Gate is for mid range systems, and Ice Storm is for High End Gaming systems and obviously that means the harder the test is the lower a system can score. Did you read mi post? In the fist 2 tests my system scores higher than the one in post #9 and has higher overall score as well, so it does in the third test but nonetheless the score is LOWER tan that system. My question is why?

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    Did you run then one after another, or did you restart your system ?

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    In the basic (free) program all 3 tests run one after the other

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    Here's mine running at 4.5ghz CPU speed


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    Good scores Bully, did you OC the 680s or are they running stock clocks ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good scores Bully, did you OC the 680s or are they running stock clocks ?
    I didnt overclock them, they were factory oc'ed by Evga, isnt it the same evga card as what you have?

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    Here's mine at default settings......5018 pts for FireStrike

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    ....and FireStrike at Extreme.... ......time for a sandwich!

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