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EVGA GTX 750ti overclocked non FTW performing better than overclocked FTW

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July 11, 2014 2:27:40 PM

My friend and I both own a GTX 750 ti from EVGA. He has a FTW edition and mine is a superclocked (single fan). we both got our core clocks to 1330 HRz and Memory Clock to 3300 HRz. Somehow my 750 is performing better than my friends by like 8-15 fps. He has a core 2 duo e8400, 8gigs of ram,and a 750W power supply. I got a Pentium E6700, 4gigs of ram, and a 300W power supply. Were both perplexed because we have the same card with same clocks and the rest of my friends specs are marginally better than mine. Thanks :D 

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July 11, 2014 2:52:04 PM

Both your processors are on a par, so no big deal there. Are both MBs the same? A low end MB will not perform as well as a higher end board. Same with system memory; are they the same? Both displays the same resolution?
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July 11, 2014 3:16:28 PM

clutchc said:
Both your processors are on a par, so no big deal there. Are both MBs the same? A low end MB will not perform as well as a higher end board. Same with system memory; are they the same? Both displays the same resolution?
Thanks for the hyper fast response... My friends computer is a Dell XPS 630 so it should have a higher end mother board than mine because i have a Dell Inspiron. His res is 1280x1024 and mine is 1600x900... I think i answered my own question because i looked and his ram is ddr2 800 and mine is ddr3 1066. Would that make a difference?

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a c 365 K Overclocking
a c 433 ) Power supply
a c 1147 à CPUs
a c 914 U Graphics card
July 11, 2014 3:30:10 PM

TheRex909090 said:
clutchc said:
Both your processors are on a par, so no big deal there. Are both MBs the same? A low end MB will not perform as well as a higher end board. Same with system memory; are they the same? Both displays the same resolution?
Thanks for the hyper fast response... My friends computer is a Dell XPS 630 so it should have a higher end mother board than mine because i have a Dell Inspiron. His res is 1280x1024 and mine is 1600x900... I think i answered my own question because i looked and his ram is ddr2 800 and mine is ddr3 1066. Would that make a difference?



Yes, definitely.

But you can't compare frame rates when you are running at different display resolutions, either. If he had faster RAM, his lower rez display would allow him to get higher frame rates than you. But it appears you are comparing 'apples to oranges' with 2 different systems. If you doubt the performance of one of the cards, the thing to do would be to test both cards (individually) in the same machine.
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