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    Asus Realbench HWBot 2.44

    Couldnt find a suitable sub-forum for benchmarks/overclocking. Posting here in testing being a benchmark is somewhat of a test. Is it possible a sub-forum can be created for benching/overclocking?

    Anyways, I am wondering if anyone here with a GTX580 or GTX680 could run the OpenCL test and report back their score. Regardless of the system I have put either of these two video cards in (Core2 Dual-E6850, X58-i7 930, X79-i7 3930K, the resulting OpenCL score is exactly the same. 34412 for stock clocks and 37693 overclocked with +100 on GPU core. It didnt matter how hard I clocked the GTX680 above +100 on core. It would only achieve the exact same 37693 every single run regardless of GPU core frequency. Higher GPU memory speeds made absolutely no difference.

    Anyways, I am wondering if anyone here with a GTX580 or GTX680 could run the OpenCL test (or complete run) using HWBot's 2.44 and report back their score to this thread. The newest version of Realbench is 2.54. But I am currently using HWBot's 2.44 being I was submitting to their boards.

    Link to HWBot's version: http://url.hwbot.org/2as4t9h another link https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...and-Discussion

    EDIT: Thought I might include what I was able to achieve on full runs:
    X58 i7-930 (4 Core) 108310 Link http://hwbot.org/submission/3525571_..._108217_points
    X79 i7-3930K (6 Core) 163210 Link http://hwbot.org/submission/3524455_..._163210_points

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    ah, sorry mate. my 680 has been relocated to my nephew for massive amounts of Minecraft.

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    Thanks for the reply bung.

    It is the card series itself. I ran a moldy old Radeon HD6870 in my same X79 system, and it scored higher (3000+/- points) than the GTX680 in OpenCL.

    I did however have a buddy volunteer his GTX970. I was able to to score nicely with it. It seems 93470 points in OpenCL is the max for a GTX970. Seemed to be where others running RB max'd out with GTX970.

    Running buddie's GTX970 in my X79 system, I garnered 9th place over-all for the 6-core category. Had I used a GTX1080/1070 or better, I think I would be in top 5.

    172157 RealBench standings at HWBot

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