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    Single MSI GTX660Ti Power Edition score:

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    Doctor Death, I'm fairly certain that's the regular benchmark and not the extreme one. I think the 660 ti clocks in around 3000pts (overclocked) for the extreme test going by this site's results: 3DMark Fire Strike - Desktop GPU Performance Review - HardwareZone.com.sg.

    Here's my result on my 7950 for the regular Fire Strike:


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    Here is my Fire Strike Extreme result as well:

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    2 GTX 780 Stock:


    2 GTX 780 OC 1000MHz

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
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    Runnin' with the big dogs man! Love those scores, and the system must be playing everything as smooth as butter sliding off of a hot knife. Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Runnin' with the big dogs man! Love those scores, and the system must be playing everything as smooth as butter sliding off of a hot knife. Very nice!
    Yeah, very smooth and fluent. Metro LL, Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3 all three games with max settings (recommended by Nvidia Expirience), no game drop below 50FPS.

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    fiddled a little with my card again, and got a little bit better scores

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    I can't figure out why, but I'm only getting about 10fps in Firestorm and it's choppy as hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    I can't figure out why, but I'm only getting about 10fps in Firestorm and it's choppy as hell
    If you're running it with that 7850 then that is to be expected. Firestrike is a very demanding GPU test at best, and if your hardware is lacking it will become very apparent there. My overclocked GTX 560 SC lags like crazy in that test as well, but it still manages around 3200, which for a card that is now sitting on two generations worth of GPU tech old, that's not too shabby... still, it did run like poo in Firestrike (non-extreme) x-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    I can't figure out why, but I'm only getting about 10fps in Firestorm and it's choppy as hell
    Firestrike is very demanding, it's not uncommon to get choppy performance when running that benchmark, specially when not using top of the line GPU or SLI/Crossfire

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    Yeah, I guess I need a 2nd card. I'm hoping the upgrade I'm doing to the power supply will help, I'm not sure everything is getting the power it needs on full load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    Yeah, I guess I need a 2nd card. I'm hoping the upgrade I'm doing to the power supply will help, I'm not sure everything is getting the power it needs on full load.
    Are you using the 600W CM you listed under your specs? if so you shouldn't really have much of a problem with the amount of watt you pull, the 600W should be sufficient.

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    Firestrike is designed to bring the very best gaming PCs to their knees. It will slow down any configuration you may have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Firestrike is designed to bring the very best gaming PCs to their knees. It will slow down any configuration you may have.

    Oh BS. My K7 and ATI X1800 chops through firestike!........................................ ....in like 2 days! My score was so high it flipped and started back at 1pt! I get so many FPS it looks like Im watching Firestrike in very very slow motion! I can light a cig off my x1800 when running firestrike. That is a feature they dont talk about!

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