Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by dlknight, Mar 22, 2012.
The latest leak, 8.95.5, by far the best 7970 driver out there at the moment for me.
Ok, thanks. using those myself.
I cant understand how you achieve such high results
I have 7950 oc to 900/1300 and with default settings in drivers I get the following:
951 point (37,8 avarage fps, 17,9-77,6)
i5-2400, 8gb, p67, win7 64
Unfortunately, I don't know how to paste images, so these are my results:
1920x1080 default settings in drivers, 7950 core:950, memory:1300:
1662 points, 66 average fps (28,7 - 141,2)
1920x1080 default settings in drivers, 7950 core:810, memory:1250:
1428 points, 56,7 average fps (31 - 115,8)
Well, the answer lied to 10 open tabs in Chrome...
Once I closed them, results went up!
Use an image hosting site like imageshack, imgur or even techpowerup, then right click on the image and select "copy image location" then in a post put without the spaces at either end.
It should look something like below again without the spaces either end.
Asus AMD Radeon HD7950 DirectCU II @ stock volt, core 1100 mem 1500 asus gpu tweak used to oc. max temp 70
Don't actually know how u got those scores, with stock volts OC i doubled ur score
He has not followed the rules for benchmarking.
Thought I may as well run the 2nd screen res too.
Resolution = 1680x1050
Score = 6188
i7 2600k @ 4.7ghz
3x Sapphire 7970's
Afterburner Beta v15
Ah yeah I missed that bit
No screens showing.
ta - buggers :S
Can you change voltage with precision?
Also, what's the max voltage you can do? I can only do +100mv with Afterburner.
Wonder if it's an imgur thing ?
Most likely, photobucket works well for me.
OT, looks like Khemist takes top spot at 1080p, nice overclock on the 680.
You need to hit F12 from within unigine to capture a screenshot. It is then saved in C:/users/name/heaven/screenshots
Separate names with a comma.