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feubarkada October 20, 2011 06:35 AM

EVGA gtx 560 ti benchmark result. Come see this.
 
Hey guys! so i just did the heaven 2.5 benchmarking and i think the score is pretty low.

I just build this PC.

http://i56.tinypic.com/1zv9uz5.png

Note:

When i check the cpu using cpu-z, i noticed that the cpu core is only 1600mhz not 3.3.

Soultribunal October 20, 2011 07:03 AM

I find synthetic benchmarks are all find and dandy but don't really reflect on real world scenerios as much as they could.

Looks fine for what you have as a system, If I get time I'll run it on my X6 with 580 and you'll see its not really that much higher yet I can play anything 1920X1080 MAX settings.

As for CPU-z showing a slower speed, that might be your processor being in a power saving mode while idling. Run Prime95 and it should ramp up to full speed.

-ST

feubarkada October 20, 2011 07:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Soultribunal (Post 559506)
I find synthetic benchmarks are all find and dandy but don't really reflect on real world scenerios as much as they could.

Looks fine for what you have as a system, If I get time I'll run it on my X6 with 580 and you'll see its not really that much higher yet I can play anything 1920X1080 MAX settings.

As for CPU-z showing a slower speed, that might be your processor being in a power saving mode while idling. Run Prime95 and it should ramp up to full speed.

-ST

About the CPU core speed. Should i use a program just to use the full 3.30ghz of intel i5 2500k? I dont want to overclock my cpu yet, since im a new gaming pc builder, i need to study more about that.

Perineum October 20, 2011 07:35 AM

It shows the slower speed because it's in power saving mode. It'll show full speed when it needs to.

Overclocking that 2500K is easy. Change your multiplier up until your computer doesn't work right, then back it down 1 or 2 settings of the multiplier then test.

That alone could give you 4ghz overclock, without touching the voltage... depending on your particular cpu that is.

yycraven October 20, 2011 07:44 AM

That power saving is in your BIOS, if you go in there and disable it. You should see your CPU stay at 3.3.

Soultribunal October 20, 2011 07:54 AM

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Originally Posted by feubarkada (Post 559511)
About the CPU core speed. Should i use a program just to use the full 3.30ghz of intel i5 2500k? I dont want to overclock my cpu yet, since im a new gaming pc builder, i need to study more about that.

You can if you want to just see it ramp up, but rest assured it is most likely in power savings which is why it looks like its at half speed. Only when you require it will it spool up to full speed.

-ST

feubarkada October 20, 2011 07:57 AM

ahh.. ok now i get it. thanks for the feedback guys.

Skyllz October 22, 2011 06:43 AM

You got me curious, I had not run mine in a while.

I think yours is a little low indeed, here is my OC'ed 460gtx 768mb.

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...to/gtx460b.gif
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...oto/460gtx.jpg

KaptCrunch October 22, 2011 08:32 AM

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not same cards so the piss contest ends

just 300 more ram difference

Shadowmeph October 22, 2011 09:58 AM

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here is my older card


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