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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array jpmboy PC Specs
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    TSE (had this saved from a recent team OCN comp - can run anew once this rig gets a break)
    7980XE@4.8 --- Titan V @ 2092/1067 --- 32GB@4000c16-17-17
    driver 391.35
    I also have scores for 1070Ti w/ 2700X (love that card!) 2xTXps... and others to run.
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/3799269

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmboy View Post
    TSE (had this saved from a recent team OCN comp - can run anew once this rig gets a break)
    7980XE@4.8 --- Titan V @ 2092/1067 --- 32GB@4000c16-17-17
    driver 391.35
    I also have scores for 1070Ti w/ 2700X (love that card!) 2xTXps... and others to run.
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/3799269


    Nice work as always! Extreme is a different beast as thread count really matters. In the standard bench efficiency and IPC take precedence (which is good for those of us on 10 or lower cores )

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array jpmboy PC Specs
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    for sure. lower rez, more cpu bound. IDK, I'm itching for a pair of Titan Ts... tho the rtx6000 does not seem to be anything to get real excited about according to the comp guys, but the folks I know in the SFx business are snapping them up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmboy View Post
    for sure. lower rez, more cpu bound. IDK, I'm itching for a pair of Titan Ts... tho the rtx6000 does not seem to be anything to get real excited about according to the comp guys, but the folks I know in the SFx business are snapping them up!

    Yes, I know for a fact the 2080Ti is selling, but as per previous gen the cut SMs point to a further card down the line, or possibly just poor yields.


    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/4570052 with 380W bios and quick run with shunt on 6-8 pin (EK water block). Sadly, this reference board taps out on ambient around 2130MHz, where others can maybe do 2165MHz or slightly more.

    Outside of benchmarking, I'd expect most cards to tap out around the same for stability, though.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array jpmboy PC Specs
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    Hard to judge contemporary GPU performance with timespy (vs ts extreme)... scores rank with CPU overclock with the same GPU at below 4K with these GPUs. Kinda like comparing the single core performance of an 8700K or 7700K with a 7980XE or 7900X. eg, gaming perf =/ benching numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmboy View Post
    Hard to judge contemporary GPU performance with timespy (vs ts extreme)... scores rank with CPU overclock with the same GPU at below 4K with these GPUs. Kinda like comparing the single core performance of an 8700K or 7700K with a 7980XE or 7900X. eg, gaming perf =/ benching numbers.

    The standard test is more indicative of GPU score than CPU score overal. Look at my 7900X compared with most of the XE in the top 10. Extreme CPU test is far more multi thread intensive. GT 1 and 2 are certainly not CPU limited, either

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    Nice, solid graphics score for a 1080Ti.

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    latest bios and nv driver, that seems as far as I can go on water.
    due to temps it keeps clocking back, hitting 45deg,
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    tested titan in different slots!, no real difference in scores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob W. View Post
    latest bios and nv driver, that seems as far as I can go on water.
    due to temps it keeps clocking back, hitting 45deg,
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    tested titan in different slots!, no real difference in scores.
    Yeah, with Turing at least, the major turning point is 40C. Need cold if you want to push things further.

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