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    No it should not change with such small variation. The scoring formula does some math juju with floating point digits, among other things, in order to be a little harder to figure out, that nullifies such small difference.

    Still there is an upgrade coming to the subcomponents of RB, which includes a major upgrade for the OpenCL test that includes some optimizations for Nvidia cards. Expect the formula to change. And after my tests are concluded, if the gap between AMD and Nvidia is smaller on OpenCL, I will also increase the test's weight in the overall system score.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoGood View Post
    I have been overclocking my PC this weekend. I started using the 4.4GHz CPU Level Up and then manually overclocked to 4.6GHz. My first final score was 80808 and I've worked my way up to 85533. The one thing that has been consistent has been the OpenCL score at 24569. EVERY test has been 24569, regardless of CPU, RAM, or Video settings. It doesn't fluctuate a single digit; always 24569.

    I haven't found much on what LuxMark OpenCL really does and nothing on what would affect its processing. What can I do to improve my score?

    My Current OC:
    CPU 4.6GHz @ 1.350V
    Cache 4.6GHz @ 1.330V
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    Core Clock +104 (Core: 1189, Boost: 1241)
    Memory Clock +348 (1927)
    I've been having problems with the OpenCL scores in Realbench too. Like you, and no doubt many others, the score pretty much never changes. However, I've found, depending on what release of driver you're using, it can be made to change, for both better or worse.

    AMD cards work better with OpenCL, as we know, but Nvidia users, can have mixed results, which are normally, not as good as we'd like...

    There's loads on the internet about OpenCL and Nvidia's support for it, but I'm not going to go into that here...

    After reading this thread, I decided to see what I could do, if anything, to improve my OpenCL score in Realbench.

    After trying several earlier Nvidia drivers, than is currently available, I found a couple that did improve my overall score in Realbench, but none would shift the OpenCL score higher than the 57379 I was consistently getting.

    Without getting a faster card than I already have, or indeed, an AMD based card, I was really beginning to think, things couldn't be improved...

    I've had several AMD based cards over the years, which weren't as good/powerful as the card I currently have, but the OpenCL scores have always been higher in Realbench - and in some cases, up to 80000 (with a single card).

    After vising numerous forums, and gleaning numerous amounts of info, I went off and downloaded this: 'opencl_runtime_16.1.1_x64_setup'.

    After installation of that, I now get a score, in the OpenCL test in Realbench, of 77065.
    Last edited by PixelsROG; 01-11-2017 at 03:39 PM.

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