Dear Gtx 680 users. I have a request in 3dmark 11 score.

Hey guys. I will be very greatful. Can somebody make for me 5 loops from a row in 3dmark 11 in performance mode?
I ask because i have very big differences in results.
I mean scores on my card,are : 9458 to 9399 then 9438 to 9396 , then 9436 to 9391 and 9391 to 9442. ( score to score, from a row )
If somebody make 5 loops and paste here scores ok? Please , please. Cheers.

pc:
3770k 3.5 stock
Msi Twin Frozr Gtx 680
8gb ram
301 whql


Please have the same clocks on cpu and gpu on that loops.


I want to know what is your the most bigger difference in points between score to next score.
I mean from a row. So i ask about first 5 scores.

If somebody will be have similiar like me differences of 40-59 points i will be more patient.
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  1. "most bigger" :lol:

    Anyways, don't have a 680 here, but those scores look perfectly normal and that's also a normal level of variance from run to run, so I'm not sure what the point of this topic is. If you were seeing variance of +/- 200 points or more I'd start to wonder if something was screwing with performance, but you're only seeing minor variance which is normal. I'm not sure why you think it's a "very big" difference as there's not even a 1% difference between your highest and lowest scores there.
  2. Again... you're seeing < 1% fluctuation, which is normal for almost any GPU benchmark, so I'm unsure why you're concerned by this. Did you expect to get the exact same numeric score each time?
  3. But i am worried about 50+- differences in points,only
  4. Kepler cards with their Turbo Boost technology will run at different clock speeds under different scenarios, even when running the same benchmark. As the card heats up over subsequent runs, the Turbo Boost will not sustain as long or hit the same maximum clock speeds. It should be expected that you will have variance based on the behavior of your Turbo Boost and your temperature and/or fan speeds.
    http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/56432-gtx-660-ti-roundup-asus-evga-gigabyte-galaxy-msi-21.html
  5. 50 points its too much? something wrong with temp?
  6. 50 points is not too much. Quit worrying and enjoy the card!!
  7. No. 50 points out of close to 10,000 is nowhere NEAR to a problem.

    The card's clock varies naturally - it's supposed to.

    Your temperatures are fine.
  8. could you tell me what was the graphic score for your gtx 680?

    the graphics score only.. not the overall score.
  9. SYR_M3Mo said:
    could you tell me what was the graphic score for your gtx 680?

    the graphics score only.. not the overall score.


    I'm pretty sure he is. That is the graphics scores that 680's typically get at stock settings. Perhaps slightly higher than stock.
  10. bystander said:
    I'm pretty sure he is. That is the graphics scores that 680's typically get at stock settings. Perhaps slightly higher than stock.


    thats a bit weird.

    on my EVGA 680 SC i got 10585 graphics score.

    but the overall score is low i think, and thats what 3dmark showed me that score is low i got 8428.

    i5 3570k stock
    EVGA 680 SC
    8GB DDR3 1333
  11. My highest are lowest 3d mark11 score with gtx 670 is 8820 to 8750.Its completely normal esciapply with kepler boost clock.You GPU starts clocking down by 10mhz once it reaches 70c.
  12. SYR_M3Mo said:
    thats a bit weird.

    on my EVGA 680 SC i got 10585 graphics score.

    but the overall score is low i think, and thats what 3dmark showed me that score is low i got 8428.

    i5 3570k stock
    EVGA 680 SC
    8GB DDR3 1333


    Is the EVGA 680 SC overclocked from the factory? I think it is, which would explain the higher score.

    Plus the latest drivers give a pretty substantial boost in scores as well.
  13. bystander said:
    Is the EVGA 680 SC overclocked from the factory? I think it is, which would explain the higher score.

    Plus the latest drivers give a pretty substantial boost in scores as well.


    yes oc'd from factory

    could you please tell me what was your graphics score and the overall score in performance mode in 3dmark11 ?
  14. SYR_M3Mo said:
    yes oc'd from factory

    could you please tell me what was your graphics score and the overall score in performance mode in 3dmark11 ?


    Give me a few minutes. I have to update my drivers and run a new score. Things have changed over the months.
  15. bystander said:
    Give me a few minutes. I have to update my drivers and run a new score. Things have changed over the months.


    thanks appreciate it.
  16. With a single EVGA 680 Signature+ (1086 core clock) and a +100 memory overclock (forgot to disable before run):
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4619577

    These are much higher scores than when I first got the card, due to drivers and maybe 3dmark11 updates as well.
  17. bystander said:
    With a single EVGA 680 Signature+ (1086 core clock) and a +100 memory overclock (forgot to disable before run):
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4619577

    These are much higher scores than when I first got the card, due to drivers and maybe 3dmark11 updates as well.


    thanks for your help score is too close to mine. :)
  18. SYR_M3Mo said:
    thanks for your help score is too close to mine. :)


    We pretty much have the same card I think.

    Btw, in SLI: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4619672
  19. bystander said:
    We pretty much have the same card I think.

    Btw, in SLI: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4619672


    nice, enjoy those BEASTS :wahoo:
  20. cooldudesubho said:
    My highest are lowest 3d mark11 score with gtx 670 is 8820 to 8750.Its completely normal esciapply with kepler boost clock.You GPU starts clocking down by 10mhz once it reaches 70c.



    If my card reaches 70C and GPU stars clocking down ,card is overheating? OR you mean that only GPU BOOST turbo clock is only clocking down?
  21. litwicki23 said:
    If my card reaches 70C and GPU stars clocking down ,card is overheating? OR you mean that only GPU BOOST turbo clock is only clocking down?

    It's only the Turbo Boost that will not go as high with a hotter GPU.


    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_680/30.html
  22. Only the kepler boost clock downclocks.The card will never go down below its base clock no matter how much it overheats.It will generally shut down once it reaches critical temperatures.I generally get the best score when i run 3dmark11 just after booting my PC.My gtx 670 is stock speed.
  23. cooldudesubho ok man, so tell me what variations between scores you have.
    And what is your the most highest difference between score to next score. From a row:)Thx
  24. BigMack70 said:
    "most bigger" :lol:

    Anyways, don't have a 680 here, but those scores look perfectly normal and that's also a normal level of variance from run to run, so I'm not sure what the point of this topic is. If you were seeing variance of +/- 200 points or more I'd start to wonder if something was screwing with performance, but you're only seeing minor variance which is normal. I'm not sure why you think it's a "very big" difference as there's not even a 1% difference between your highest and lowest scores there.



    You mean 200+ points variance is bad? And something overheating then?
  25. BigMack70 said:
    "most bigger" :lol:

    Anyways, don't have a 680 here, but those scores look perfectly normal and that's also a normal level of variance from run to run, so I'm not sure what the point of this topic is. If you were seeing variance of +/- 200 points or more I'd start to wonder if something was screwing with performance, but you're only seeing minor variance which is normal. I'm not sure why you think it's a "very big" difference as there's not even a 1% difference between your highest and lowest scores there.


    You mean if somebody have variance of 200+ points, this is bad? And something is overheating then?
  26. Dude. You're paranoid. Your system is fine. 100% normal. You're not seeing variation of any significance. Chill and enjoy your hardware. Go play some games and stop staring at 3dmark11 scores. :bounce:
  27. Hi it seams ur scores are normal!

    i have bigger flux since i overclocked my gtx 680 ( increased Core clock with 125 mhz and mem clock with 700mhz )
    and i have better graphic score than u do only thing is im running AMD wich is kind of a bottleneck on this bench so my overal score is lower but i score arround 11-12K graphicly and only 4-5K physic.

    So dont worrly its perfeclty normal the way your scores are!

    enjoy your card!
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