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Windousico 12 Apr, 2017


An old PC with a humble GTX 1060.

Xpander 13 Apr, 2017

Quoting: pete910Bummer, MSI,Asus ?

EVGA. I don't think the brand matters though, i was just unlucky. havent had GPU issues since 8800GTS.

Grimfist 13 Apr, 2017

Ok, after installing Antergos on a spare partition and only running Superposition I got a slight increase.

Seems like my Xeon wasn't the best choice.

Ehvis 13 Apr, 2017

Quoting: GrimfistSeems like my Xeon wasn't the best choice.

That depends on what you need it for most. But for gaming engines it's probably not the best.

Ehvis 13 Apr, 2017

Quoting: woox2k[img]Sadly from Manjaro... Haven't figured out why my score is 300 points lower on my Archlinux installation.

Also interesting is that you run an almost identical setup to mine, but with a default clock while I overclocked mine. Yet, I get 160 lower score. What are your GPU clocks?

voyageur 13 Apr, 2017

Adding another GTX 970 result to the mix

pete910 13 Apr, 2017

Quoting: Xpander
Quoting: pete910Bummer, MSI,Asus ?

EVGA. I don't think the brand matters though, i was just unlucky. havent had GPU issues since 8800GTS.

I was asking as EVGA are quite good (in the UK),Asus on the other hand .....

apemax 13 Apr, 2017



Not quite as impressive but not too bad considering. Gave me a warning about not enough VRAM as I only have 2GB, Seems to have ran ok though, Just slow.

Redface 13 Apr, 2017

This is my alienware steammachine R2 i7 GTX 960
Quite a low score compared to the others, but its capable of running Dirt Rally smooth with ultra settings in 1080p to put the numbers in perspective

fabertawe 13 Apr, 2017

Yet another GTX 970...

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