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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    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.
    Yes, the power supply is also about 3 or 4 years old so it may be reaching the end of it's usable life. I've only used Cooler Master power supplies and only had one go dead without any notice.
    I'm getting the CM V1000 as it will power everything and leave me room to add custom cooling and another card

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    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!

    Get with the big boys Neil!
    Yeah mine just looks so choppy. Like I needed more motivation to spend money on upgrades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    Yeah mine just looks so choppy. Like I needed more motivation to spend money on upgrades.
    I was just giving Neil crap while he feels like crap. Once he gets better I wont be able to get away with it.

    A K7 and X1800 cant even run 3dmark. lol So glad I dont have a system even close to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I was just giving Neil crap while he feels like crap. Once he gets better I wont be able to get away with it.

    A K7 and X1800 cant even run 3dmark. lol So glad I dont have a system even close to that.
    Makes me feel better!
    Something strange with my system though too - it was idling at 31*C (CPU) and 33* (GPU) and suddenly it's now running at 38*c and 36*C, respectively.
    I did a system cleaning to get rid of useless stuff possibly causing this and that didn't help. I ran a driver check/cleaning with multiple programs and that didn't help either.
    This is right after I changed my H100i from a pull exhaust from the top to a push/pull as an intake... It ran a few degrees cooler for a couple days with this setup and now has increased quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    I changed my H100i from a pull exhaust from the top to a push/pull as an intake... It ran a few degrees cooler for a couple days with this setup and now has increased quite a bit.
    I use only one formula for setting up fans in a case. It works the best for me by optimizing air flow.

    1. Any fan in the front, side, and bottom of the case should pull air inside. (intake)
    2. Any fan on the top and rear should be exhaust only. This uses convection (heat rises naturally) to improve cooling efficiency.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I was just giving Neil crap while he feels like crap. Once he gets better I wont be able to get away with it.
    I realized that. I'd like to have a PC that can run the firestrike ~tests~ as smoothly as the Firestrike DEMO runs. That would be bad-ass,............

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I use only one formula for setting up fans in a case. It works the best for me by optimizing air flow.

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    Yeah and I understand that, that's how I had it originally. But the change did lower my temps and now they are up. Also i figured an intake setup would be better because otherwise I'm pulling how air through the radiator. I may just need more efficient fans,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    Yeah and I understand that, that's how I had it originally. But the change did lower my temps and now they are up. Also i figured an intake setup would be better because otherwise I'm pulling how air through the radiator. I may just need more efficient fans,
    I realize your point about pushing hot air out of the case as opposed to pulling cool air in, but as much sense as that makes, it's never worked well for me that way.

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Just dropped in a Gigabyte 7870 windforce so heres mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xx-Grim-One-xx View Post
    Just dropped in a Gigabyte 7870 windforce so heres mine.

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    Not bad at all. I see you are running on an APU too. Doesnt look like it is holding you back at all.
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    It hasnt given any signs of throttling yet, but i havent done any O/C on the 7870 yet. Like i said, i just put the card in yesterday, dropped the APU down to the turbo speed, and ran the test. Before i got the 7870, i was running at 4.9 Ghz(cpu side) and 1158Mhz (gpu side) using AsRock Xtreme tuning utility with 16Gb 1866Mhz RAM and it was above average but no real "wow" factor. Now i can see the potential for greatness on the horizon. I'm going to search the forum and see what others have done with this card and see what i can get with the stock triple fan cooling. I'm hoping to hit about 6000 with both the cpu and gpu O/C'd.

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    Updated some items today and decided to run the 7970s in Xfire and 4770K at 4.4GHz to see what scores I get. This is with AMD 13.11 Beta drivers... Not a bad score at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Updated some items today and decided to run the 7970s in Xfire and 4770K at 4.4GHz to see what scores I get. This is with AMD 13.11 Beta drivers... Not a bad score at all.

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    OC those GPUS buddy! Very nice score.
    I will eventually, but I was using it to test a review item... lolz

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    I will need to get my rig done first before I show score's. I am running a old dell right now.

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    Forgot I signed up with this forum 3 years ago now! Late to the party. Anyhow, with a mild OC on my VGA card I scored 5817 points. Is this about right for my card or no? Using GTX 760 from ASUS...
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