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March 10, 2014 10:07:35 AM

Hello everyone i recently had problems with my nvidia GTX 760 card and i preformed a benchmark test but i cant really tell if there is a problem or if something wrong. can anyone who knows about it tell me if the test had good results?

*test results:

Benchmark Result Run Time Build Time
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Memory Read 6249 MB/s 1203 ms
- Pinned 6249 MB/s 5 ms
- Pageable 3141 MB/s 10 ms
Memory Write 5585 MB/s 1125 ms
- Pinned 5585 MB/s 5 ms
- Pageable 3062 MB/s 10 ms
Memory Copy 142148 MB/s 3937 ms
- 15 MB Block 118797 MB/s 0 ms
- 32 MB Block 130706 MB/s 0 ms
- 64 MB Block 136708 MB/s 1 ms
- 128 MB Block 139738 MB/s 2 ms
- 256 MB Block 141669 MB/s 4 ms
- 512 MB Block 141814 MB/s 7 ms
- 512 MB Block 142148 MB/s 7 ms
Single-Precision FLOPS 2289 GFLOPS 10860 ms
- float1 1755 GFLOPS 627 ms 1016 ms
- float2 1762 GFLOPS 624 ms 594 ms
- float4 2289 GFLOPS 961 ms 578 ms
- float8 2176 GFLOPS 505 ms 563 ms
- float16 2288 GFLOPS 961 ms 594 ms
Double-Precision FLOPS 109.7 GFLOPS 10141 ms
- double1 109.5 GFLOPS 628 ms 610 ms
- double2 109.7 GFLOPS 626 ms 578 ms
- double4 108.1 GFLOPS 636 ms 609 ms
- double8 108.1 GFLOPS 635 ms 656 ms
- double16 91.7 GFLOPS 749 ms 1016 ms
24-bit Integer IOPS 442.6 GIOPS 22281 ms
- int1 442.5 GIOPS 621 ms 516 ms
- int2 442.6 GIOPS 621 ms 610 ms
- int4 432.6 GIOPS 635 ms 813 ms
- int8 432.5 GIOPS 636 ms 2312 ms
- int16 432.3 GIOPS 636 ms 11546 ms
32-bit Integer IOPS 442.7 GIOPS 9078 ms
- int1 442.6 GIOPS 621 ms 500 ms
- int2 442.7 GIOPS 621 ms 500 ms
- int4 432.5 GIOPS 636 ms 500 ms
- int8 432.5 GIOPS 635 ms 531 ms
- int16 432.5 GIOPS 636 ms 610 ms
64-bit Integer IOPS 110.7 GIOPS 10782 ms
- long1 110.7 GIOPS 621 ms 515 ms
- long2 108.1 GIOPS 636 ms 516 ms
- long4 108.2 GIOPS 635 ms 625 ms
- long8 107.2 GIOPS 641 ms 718 ms
- long16 96.7 GIOPS 711 ms 1797 ms
Single-Precision Julia 397.6 FPS 12047 ms
- float1 break 148.1 FPS 864 ms 515 ms
- float1 stay / unroll 3 338.6 FPS 756 ms 485 ms
- float2 stay / unroll 3 397.6 FPS 644 ms 500 ms
- float4 stay / unroll 3 301.1 FPS 850 ms 500 ms
- float1 stay / unroll 9 378.3 FPS 677 ms 484 ms
- float2 stay / unroll 9 345.2 FPS 742 ms 500 ms
Double-Precision Mandel 27.94 FPS 10860 ms
- double1 break 27.22 FPS 588 ms 469 ms
- double1 stay / unroll 3 27.94 FPS 573 ms 469 ms
- double2 stay / unroll 3 24.73 FPS 647 ms 484 ms
- double1 stay / unroll 9 24.23 FPS 660 ms 484 ms
- double2 stay / unroll 9 24.50 FPS 653 ms 500 ms
- double4 stay / unroll 9 18.30 FPS 874 ms 563 ms

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March 10, 2014 10:22:45 AM

Looks about right to me, i would try a more basic test however like unigine valley or heaven, as this is more information that most people can comprehend. do your unigine runs, then google 760 valley or heaven benchmark and see if your scores are within 5 fps of what popular internet benchmarkers are getting
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March 10, 2014 10:27:52 AM

Thank you for the quick replay! i will run the tests...but after two weeks i still cant find what is crashing my NVIDIA kernel driver -_- im starting to feel my money went down the drain :( 
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March 10, 2014 10:29:24 AM

if it is crashing all the time, make sure you have updated to the most recent non beta nvidia drivers, as well as make sure your psu is capable of running the card

if still crashing, then return the card for another one.
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March 10, 2014 10:32:42 AM

i did everything from memtest to checking all possible nvidia drivers. also regedits windows format checking windows 7 instead of 8. power settings in nvidia control panel. everything. anyway., thank you very much.

i cant seem to trade the card because the shop that sold it to me says its working perfectly so its not their problem.
god damn humanity.
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March 10, 2014 10:36:53 AM

It may be a motherboard problem then. So you are saying they put it into their system and it worked perfectly? if this is the case, you may want to just try a clean install of windows, as well as possibly a different pci slot. it sounds like the gpu may not be the problem in your system
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March 10, 2014 10:50:27 AM

you are correct every test i did pointed that my gpu is working more then well. i will do what i can thank you for the information a diffrent pci slot sounds like a good idea
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