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LutaWicasa

, Immutable, Administrator
Joined
Dec 22, 2000
Location
Huntsville, AL
A lil' more tail twistin' and I think this may be it.....

10243 - LutaWicasa / 6700K @ 4.6 GHz / GTX 1070 x 2 @ 2050 MHz / Memory Clock 2371 MHz

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JrClocker

AKA: JrMiyagi
Joined
Sep 25, 2015
9285 - JRClocker / 5820 K @ 4.3 GHz / Titan X Pascal @ 1923 MHz (actual boost) / Memory Clock 5103 MHz


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mackerel

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2008
9347 - mackerel / 6700k 4.2 GHz / 2x GTX 980Ti @ 1427 MHz / 2001 MHz

Had some fun with this... two very different 980Ti models to balance out, even if I broke the pump/res holder in the process of getting the 2nd card in.

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shadowdr

Senior Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2001
Ok. so I updated 3D mark and it wouldn't run the time spy., so I thought it was the version that I had and uninstalled it and re installed the newer version. Now I can't find the key that I had had before and I just have the regular version. Can I just buy the 10.00 update for firestrike from steam and run the test or do I need to finds the key that I had before? I would like to see a 1060 in the results because I have one and would like to know where it actually falls in comparison with 970's and 980's to see if I made a good decision getting the 1060. Anyone know this?
 

Woomack

Benching Team Leader
Joined
Jan 2, 2005
Time Spy has additional key but you can run it ( with demo ) using standard key ( or maybe only in advanced, I'm not sure ). Time Spy key let you change options.
 

shadowdr

Senior Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2001
Time Spy has additional key but you can run it ( with demo ) using standard key ( or maybe only in advanced, I'm not sure ). Time Spy key let you change options.

Well I tried but no go. Without the key that I had used on the version I uninstalled, it would be 29.99 so that's not going to happen. I might try to go back to a point before I uninstalled the program but probably not today.
 
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EarthDog

EarthDog

Gulper Nozzle Co-Owner
Joined
Dec 15, 2008
Location
Buckeyes!
Updated... thanks! :)


Ok. so I updated 3D mark and it wouldn't run the time spy., so I thought it was the version that I had and uninstalled it and re installed the newer version. Now I can't find the key that I had had before and I just have the regular version. Can I just buy the 10.00 update for firestrike from steam and run the test or do I need to finds the key that I had before? I would like to see a 1060 in the results because I have one and would like to know where it actually falls in comparison with 970's and 980's to see if I made a good decision getting the 1060. Anyone know this?
On a stock 1060 (Gigabye Xtreme Gaming) it scored 4423. A slightly less factory overclocked model scored 4342 (see the review on the front page).
 

Witchdoctor

Member
Joined
Apr 12, 2014
lol, have not done this for a while ........... :)

6162 - Witchdoctor / 6600k 4.6 GHz / 1x GTX 980Ti @ 1529 MHz / 1923 MHz

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mackerel

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2008
5853 - mackerel / 6600k 4.6 GHz / Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming GTX 980Ti @ 1445 MHz / 2098 MHz

This was a pain to try and stabilise... I was stress testing at 30 MHz more core, and 50 MHz more memory clock, but that wasn't quite stable enough to do a run. CPU isn't stable either...

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MetalRacer

Member
Joined
Aug 14, 2006
10970 - MetalRacer / i7 6950X 5.0 / Titan X Pascal @ 1974 / 1426

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http://www.3dmark.com/spy/597322
 

dejo

Senior Moment Senior Member
Joined
Nov 11, 2001
809 / dejo / Intel I7- 6670HQ / Iris Pro 580 / 1100core- 1200mem timespy809.jpg
 
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