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    That's some neck snapping acceleration there James LOL!!,........

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    That's some neck snapping acceleration there James LOL!!,........
    Thanks Neil! See what your missing man, these cards have more in um!! This was on my 2500k, i cant wait to add them to my final system and see what i can push out of them!

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Here are my results with my 800D Rig, OC 2600k 4.2ghz - Single GTX670

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    Why do you guys run all the tests? Aren't they for android devices and low end pc's?
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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by woomdawg View Post
    Why do you guys run all the tests? Aren't they for android devices and low end pc's?
    Unless you have a paid version of 2013, there is no option to run a single test, it forces you to run all 3..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Unless you have a paid version of 2013, there is no option to run a single test, it forces you to run all 3..

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Here are some scores of my new gaming rig,
    MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming + 3770K OC to 4.2GHz + MSI GTX770 OC Gaming Edition

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    Not bad for a single GTX770

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    ^^ Not bad indeed! How d'you like that card? Only thing I don't like as much is the vomit brown pcb

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageNinja View Post
    ^^ Not bad indeed! How d'you like that card? Only thing I don't like as much is the vomit brown pcb
    So far, I am loving the card, the front of the card looks awesome and matches real well with my Gaming board, but your right about the PCB, this card needs a back plate to hide it..
    I may look into getting a custom back plate down the light.. but for now, gaming on it is a dream..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    So far, I am loving the card, the front of the card looks awesome and matches real well with my Gaming board, but your right about the PCB, this card needs a back plate to hide it..
    Nice! Glad you're liking it
    And I'm a fan of reverse ATX anyway, but those cases are hard to find
    I'm considering buying a GTX 760. Either the GTX 760 Gaming or the GTX 760 with ACX cooler. I really like the "Game of Pwns" poster that comes with the ACX. And I like the look of the cooler too, and it's only 10 euros more expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Here are some scores of my new gaming rig,
    MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming + 3770K OC to 4.2GHz + MSI GTX770 OC Gaming Edition

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    Not bad for a single GTX770
    No kidding,.......

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    Registered just so i could post my scores.Just flashed my bios on this gtx 670 directcu2 with a bios i modded.Could only reach 1248mhz boost clock before ,Now 1306 mhz stable which is how i got this score.505+mhz ram.May push it more later and see if i can beat this score.http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1099953

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterofevil22 View Post
    When I ran that last test my 7950 was only clocked at 1100/1400.

    This I just rans some BF3 and Tomb Raider with 1150/1500 and it was no probelem tho, so I'm gonna run it again with these settings. I might put my CPU up to 4.8-5.0Ghz for the next run too. I've had it at 4.8 at it was super comfy...I'm sure I can get to 5ghz.

    Question: Why does my 7950 only "boost" up to what I have the settings at? I know everything throttles to save power/heat, but damn. It's like it's only popping into that higher gear that I'm setting in afterburner or ccc for a small percentage of the time.

    Is this normal? Anyone else experiencing this?
    Hey Master,

    I'm also running the 7950 and I'm confused as to what your problem is. Your card should always be set to whatever to set it to in Afterburner. It should show up in GPU-Z to confirm. In the shots you posted, it looks like it's overclocked as you've set it, no problems there. Where did you read the 1100/1400? In 3DMark? Everything you posted looks good. It shouldn't be changing the clocks at all, so maybe you confused something.

    I absolutely love this card. I got it for $229 CAN and was able to acheive 3586 in First Strike Extreme. That's comparable to 660 Ti and 670 results and those cards are still over $100 more.
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