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58 minutes ago, Papusan said:

Cinebench R15 - 1068 cb score from the BGA-KILLER  :whistle: Up from 1065 cb:Banane16:
http://hwbot.org/submission/3344932_papusan_cinebench___r15_core_i7_6700k_1068_cb?recalculate=true

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3DM11 - 18889P

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11653576

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Nice score, Brother @Papusan. I wonder if your newer version of Windows 10 or the newer NVIDIA driver is holding you back a little bit? I was running an older version of Windows 10 and an older driver in this comparison. If you use the driver I used in this run does the graphics performance improve? You should be able to beat my high score with your more efficient CPU sample. Your physics and combined score are higher, so it almost has to be the driver or newer version of Windows 10 causing lower graphics performance. I doubt it is the 17MHz difference in GPU core clock, but I suppose that it could be.

 

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/11440376/3dm11/11653576#

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Hi, is 13400 Firestrike score good for gtx 980 desktop in p870?

 

I wonder how much more score would be improvement with Prema bios. Because now when card reaches 79c it downclocks with PerfCap Reason Thrm.

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13 hours ago, wersuss said:

Hi, is 13400 Firestrike score good for gtx 980 desktop in p870?

Depends on how high your overclock is. We need to know your overclocking settings on gpu/cpu. Also different drivers can make a difference.

18 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Nice score, Brother @Papusan. I wonder if your newer version of Windows 10 or the newer NVIDIA driver is holding you back a little bit? I was running an older version of Windows 10 and an older driver in this comparison. If you use the driver I used in this run does the graphics performance improve? You should be able to beat my high score with your more efficient CPU sample. Your physics and combined score are higher, so it almost has to be the driver or newer version of Windows 10 causing lower graphics performance. I doubt it is the 17MHz difference in GPU core clock, but I suppose that it could be.

 

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/11440376/3dm11/11653576#

Thanks bro  @Mr. Fox  Most likely a combination of drivers, Crippled Windows version and a notch lower Oc on graphics. M$ is known to destroy everything now as well Nvidia dont offer better performance with newer drivers, LOL

 As well your graphics card might be more efficient (you need most likely lower voltage duo higher Asic score). Last but not least, I have slower ram(better ram help huge in 3DM11). 

 I think I need to replace the paste and thermal pads before tougher bench... Have not done this yet. What thickness should be on pads on the graphics card? Thought of these 14 W / mK Fujipoly / Alphacool pads. They are softer than those at 17 W / mK. Your opinion on this? I think also to replace the pads on the processor heatsink. I have ordered better fans for my U3. And my wife use the fireplace more and more now:upset:

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My new memory latency score. 47.6 ns!

Timings passed MemTest86 for 4 full runs.

 

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On 10/26/2016 at 2:01 AM, coolane said:

My new memory latency score. 47.6 ns!

Timings passed MemTest86 for 4 full runs.

 

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That's pretty great! Let us know if you ever manage T1 instead of T2 =D

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6 hours ago, D2ultima said:

That's pretty great! Let us know if you ever manage T1 instead of T2 =D

Thanks. I have been wanted to set it to T1/CR1 for so long, but the BIOS/NVRAM won't save my change after reboot.

I also tried to set it through Khenglish's UEFI method, but after reboot the value was reset back to T2.

Not sure is it because of the mother board limitation or my memory sticks.

 

Using UEFI variables, I could set voltage over 1.20v, but I still can't boot my sticks to 3100 or 3192 MHz with 1.30 or 1.35v.

Last time I used CR1 was in my sold gt72s barebone, I could clock the 4x8G 2133 (normal green kingston) to 2600@14-14-14-28-CR1.

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Just got the new beast and breaking it in with some stock GPU benchmarks. I'm still testing to see what voltage the new 6700K likes. So far, seems to need less voltage than the other two I had. I have a baby-girl 4.3GHz CPU OC on these run, but GPUs are totally stock.

 

I gotta say, I just LOVE these fans. They're awesome. I don't care if they're loud. Temps are in the upper 60's and low 70's on both GPUs with max fans.

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/5534875

 

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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11711390

 

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3 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Just got the new beast and breaking it in with some stock GPU benchmarks. I'm still testing to see what voltage the new 6700K likes. So far, seems to need less voltage than the other two I had. I have a baby-girl 4.3GHz CPU OC on these run, but GPUs are totally stock.

 

I gotta say, I just LOVE these fans. They're awesome. I don't care if they're loud. Temps are in the upper 60's and low 70's on both GPUs with max fans.

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/5534875

 

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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11711390

 

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Dear Friend @Mr. Fox  many of us just waiting for you, @Prema and other Seniors to show us what this laptop can do with stable heat and performance. Take your time, for me and all my close friends just waiting for the results. I'm buying many used laptops for me and for my friends in my location just to fulfill our needs for now, hope that we can see the results soon.

Wish you all the best.

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P150EM dGPU output progress continues! Now have image on boot! P0 now works! and that means... benchmarks!

 

Unfortunately this weird vBIOS I am using made me drop ~800MHz on memory clocks. The default memory clocks on this vBIOS is 6.6ghz, which is unstable, and in P0 I can only raise, not lower memory clocks. 3dm11 was the only major benchmark the unstable memory was able to complete. Also this score below is only at 4.2ghz cpu.

 

This is a 1.3V vBIOS as well. I think I am getting the performance loss of vBIOS 1.1V+, so if this were a 1.2V vBIOS I think I would score a few hundred points better. That 6.6ghz memory is also hurting a lot.

 

1550/6600 3dm11:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11717053

 

I will soon have some optimus vs direct output performance comparisons. I will be running P1 so I can drop memory clocks to the stable range.

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Here's some optimus vs direct performance comparisons. Unfortunately testing is very limited, as optimus will cap full screen fps to the refresh rate for me on win10. But here's some uncapped tests at 1228/5610, which is as high as P1 lets me go. I did not want to deal with the instability of testing P0.

 

time spy:

3483 dedicated

3482 optimus

 

windowed heaven 4.0 (windowed 1080P):

1415 dedicated

1402 optimus

 

fs ultra:

2801, 2778 dedicated

2726, 2588 optimus

 

So from this short testing time spy lost zero performance with optimus, heaven lost an acceptable 1%, but firestrike ultra was much slower. There is variation between tests in fsu, but up to 8% slower is a very significant performance drop.

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Little by little. Really fighting this crappy stock Clevo BIOS... a LOT.
 
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Dang, it's been a while since i Posted anything over here.

 

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13 hours ago, Khenglish said:

 

So you ran 2076 core? I'm surprised it's still around 1k lower than a modded 980m.

 

Nope, that was set to:

 

Core: 1871Mhz

vRAM: 2350MHz

 

And throttled like no tomorrow with it's stock vBIOS...just a small test to compare apples with apples before hunting the green falcon...

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