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Caporegime
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I said it before, I like how titans have sledge hammer like grunt.

I would have jumped on AMD if they had released Titans and at their spec. I know they will get quicker with maturer drivers and AMD will respond at the end of 2012. Hopefully cheaper and hopefully I am prepared to swap if they can smash Titans up.
 
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Just tried this again with the new 13.3 drivers and got a massive score increase.

HD 7850 @ core: 1250mhz / mem: 1500mhz

cpu i5 2500k @ 4.4ghz

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Had another go with the new 13.3 beta drivers. 970/1450 got me 20 extra points (2623). Not gonna bother posting a pic as I'm going to put the fans ridiculously high and see if I can squeeze any more out of the cards :p

EDIT: In regards to the Titan v 7970 CF debate, I think that the extortionate price you're paying for a Titan isn't worth the extra performance. If you're running GPU based computations or a simulator requiring every ounce of performance then *maybe*, but besides that it's really rather pointless. Not to say that the Titan isn't impressive because it clearly is, but when you can get better performance from a product that costs considerably less it does seem a bit silly. But again, it's all down to your application. Also, seeing how tech moves along it seems even sillier to spend that amount when 8-12 months down the line it'll cost a lot less for the same performance from a single card.
 
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Associate
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Hello fellow overclockers.

Can someone tell me what does having integrated graphics active do? I'm trying to gather as much info as I can on this.

Thanks guys.
 
Soldato
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Hello fellow overclockers.

Can someone tell me what does having integrated graphics active do? I'm trying to gather as much info as I can on this.

Thanks guys.

It's basically a dual GPU set-up, MVP uses the GPU on the socket 1155 along side the dedicated gpu and boosts scores and performance. It should be turned off in the bios to get accurate scores, I believe is gives around a 400 point increase in this bench I may be wrong.

Socket 2011 is ok as SB-E has on on-board GPU.
 
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It's basically a dual GPU set-up, MVP uses the GPU on the socket 1155 along side the dedicated gpu and boosts scores and performance. It should be turned off in the bios to get accurate scores, I believe is gives around a 400 point increase in this bench I may be wrong.

Socket 2011 is ok as SB-E has on on-board GPU.

Ok, thanks Lucky, I just wanted to know if it boosted the score by much, some say it doesn't and some other say it does.

I know SB-E don't have integrated graphic ;)
 
Soldato
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Score - 2029

KFA 2 oc GTX 670 at 1189 core - 3596 memory.

Stock clock 3570k cpu

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Wonder why Heaven says my core is 1300mhz ?
 
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Soldato
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Score - 2029

KFA 2 oc GTX 670 at 1189 core - 3596 memory.

Stock clock 3570k cpu

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Wonder why Heaven says my core is 1300mhz ?


Yeah it gives strange figures, it says my core is 1386 when it really was 1320 or so and also i noticed another guy post his as 1386 when it probably wasn't really.
 
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