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popokemon119312-25-2011, 03:20 PMCPU: Intel Core i5 2500k @ 4.5 Ghz RAM: 4GB Corsair 1600Mhz Graphics Card: MSI GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II HDD: Spinpoint F3 1TB 7200rpm PSU: Antec TruePower pitiwazou28-Mar-15, 07:27Blender 2.74 RC4 Win 8.1 1920x1080 - 50% 128x128 GPU: Titan 6GO : 1:55 GPU: Quadro M6000 12GO : 1:46 GPU: Titan + Quadro M6000 : 0:59.96 The new Quadro I did win the Corsair 240GB SSD! Feedback-forum Kontaktformulär RSS Håll dig uppdaterad med senaste nytt från SweClockers.com. navigate here

aermartin30-Mar-15, 08:17it should be the driver then, your time is just 1-2s longer than my time and you have one older Titan? 6gb. September 07, 2012 14:07 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink What are you running GW2 on? ILunde22-Jun-15, 06:11Blender 2.74 CPU: intel core i7 3820k OC @ 4ghz GPU: Nvidia GTX 690 RAM: 16 GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz OS: Windows 8 enterprise CPU Rende September 07, 2012 14:16 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink What are you running GW2 on?

Whit this setting 256x256 , I was slightly slower : 22 min. September 07, 2012 14:34 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink What are you running GW2 on? You also don't have any GPU listed.

Resolution: 1232x696 OS: Windows 7 Professional SP1 x86 eoinrade01-07-2012, 12:39 PMMy PC (currently using it): Motherboard: ASUS P5N E-SLI RAM: 3GB DDR3 Videocard: ATi Radeon 4670 HD Intel Core2Duo E4500 2.20GHz I like playing games like Crysis, Battlefield, and CoD. So I keep the i5 cool (42C max) and actually some fans take care, that the 570 does not go over 65C. Are you intending a GPU upgrade to a CrossFire or SLi setup?

To FutureHack and aermartin: I just recalled that A10-7850k clocks down its CPU to I think 3 GHz when GPU us at full load. If the card takes an 8Pin, it more than likely won't work. eller? But anyway, for this one, I managed to get a time of 34 seconds with four GTX Titan X's.

magicsmurf123 Alistado: 2011-12-12 2012-09-28 06:57 GPU: Gtx560ti - Gigabyte HDD: A portable hard drive which was stripped to a sata, seagate 500gb CPU: I52500k clocked at 4.8ghz MOBO: Asus z77 pro in Players Helping Players Posted by: Xeres.3724 Xeres.3724 PC/Laptop: PC CPU: i7 -3770k GPU: Nvidia GTX 670 RAM: 16GB FPS: 60 (all maxed - vsync on) September 07, 2012 17:11 +1 Here's my benchmark: CPU: Intel i7 4820K @ 3.7ghz 02:16.39 (Tiles 16x16) GPU: 2x GTX 970s (4gb) 00:22.07 (Tiles 256x256) On Blender 2.72 Same performance as 1 x 780 Ti sgtGarcia26-Nov-14, HL2-4-Life12-31-2011, 07:34 PMSilent pc cooler Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3-1600 Dual-Kit 7.1 sound card 850 Watt silent power supply Windows 7 Pro 64Bit Asus 1155 Sabertooth P67 (rev.3) 51-in-1 Cardreader Nvidia GTX560TI

in Players Helping Players Posted by: A Triennial Siphon.7410 A Triennial Siphon.7410 I have an insane gaming rig. http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-674365-p-31.html I prefer digital content and use an usb drive to load of disc if need be. This translates into another pretty significant savings in render time. Splitter cables.

I think especially amd cpus benefit a lot from using linux. http://thatswp.com/windows-7/how-to-remove-windows-genuine-notification-in-windows-7.html in Players Helping Players Posted by: Malvos.8295 Malvos.8295 kiingzz.3058:Drayden.2318:Mine is an older machine (considering an upgrade soon) Core2Duo 2.4 E6600 (o.c. I know alot of people In this forum that know their thing around hardware, so I'll post here and hope they'll comment on It? CPU 1100T X6 @ 3.6ghz on win7 I used 768x512 pixel tiles.

Decent though~ Intel i5 760 @ 3.8GHz cooled by CM V8 GTX 460 1GB @ 825MHz Core / 1850MHz RAM Intel X-25M 160GB Creative X-Fi Titanium HD 8GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJh6iqAHZ1Y galoa31004-Jun-15, 06:07So any comparison between the render speed with nVidia and AMD GPUs before and after the kernel split ? Im AMD all the way, I currently have the PhenomII X4 945 Denab 3.0ghz oced @ 3.5ghz and I love it. his comment is here veti13-Mar-15, 11:50Win 8.1 CPU: i7-4770k @ 4,3GHz GPU: GTX 780 GHz (gv-n780ghz-3gd) Blender 2.73 GPU (128x128) - 1:47.22 GPU (240x270) - 1:13.85 Not sure, but my 780 (factory OC'ed) is probably

Time: 05:42.37 (CPU only, 8 thread) Settings everyone else seems to be using (GPU 256x256, CPU 16x16) tiles: System 1: CPU: AMD FX-8350 4.0 GHz GPU: Nvidia GTX 580 GPU: Nvidia Re: Any Benefit to Upgrading Video Card only? I've also been playing with tweaking the direct and indirect clamping and filter glossy settings.

It's maybe the drivers.

Skill Ripjaws DDR3 RAM 160GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD 3x 1TB Samsung F3 HDDs 1x 2TB Samsung F4 HDD Corsair 650D Case Corsair AX-850 PSU Creative X-Fi Titanium Soundcard Samsung 23" Windows 8.1 HP Laptop 4GB RAM, 500 GB HDD I don't know the specs on the CPU, but I think I have an i3, or an i5 whatchamacallit. :p Anyhow, 2 matali28-Mar-15, 12:52Would it be possible to clear the excel sheet? It will take a while to render with so few.

Well its a little tough, as AMD cards just hardly worked before the kernel split, but I know that I was getting around 4 minutes per render *before*. It was proved that overclocking GPU has very small effect in games, so memory bottleneck might be also reason why the performance does not add. Yeah, I was fairly surprised at it too. weblink I think the auto detect has most of the settings at their lowest though.

Could have bought a i7 2600K, but this is for gaming and there's no difference between the i5 2500K and i7 2600K in the gaming area. CPU: i7-860 stock GPU: GTX 560 Ti Ram: 4 GB DDR III (dual channel) 1333Mhz HDD: Samsung 1 TB 7200 rpm SSD: Crucial M4 64 GB (7mm version) PSU: OCZ Stealthxstream GutterSmurf12-14-2011, 04:41 PMCPU: Phenom II X6 1055T OC'ed @ 3.8GHz Cooler: Corsair H70 Mobo: MSI 870-G45 RAM: 12GB G.Skill DDR3 2133 PSU: Raidmax 630W GPU: PowerColor AMD Radeon HD 6970 2GB Crazy!!

to 3.0) 1GB ASUS Radeon HD 5770 3 GB RAM Windows 7 I run on ‘Auto Detect' settings at 1920×1080 and probably average around 40 fps or so with some slowdown Goes to show you what a little research and choosing quality components can do for your PC! in Players Helping Players Posted by: ElemenZ.5486 ElemenZ.5486 IBM 386mHz (1992) 4mb ram 2mb superVGA About 150-300 FPS. P8Z77-V PRO/THUNDERBOLT (LGA1155) 37 °C Graphics 1535MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Amp! (ZOTAC International) 44 °C Storage CACHE & PREVIEWS 111GB ATA KINGSTON SH100S3 SCSI Disk Device (SSD) 34 °C OS

ac1ionm4n Alistado: 2011-10-26 2012-09-28 05:24 , editado 2012-09-28 05:24 por ac1ionm4n Old school DELL brick laptop. 256mb RAM 128mb video card. I was thinking about adding a 560 to my rig for SLI (second hand one) does SLI still need the exact same model and does SLI still suffer from microstuttering ? Nice board, I ended up going with a 990X, if I get the money for a second card I'll mos def buy another Gigabyte with the 990FX northbridge. If I set it to 16x16, the CPU render was almost as fast as CPU OpenCL (+ few seconds).

The way to tell is to get Hardware Monitor (Mike Bresink Software), set it up to monitor the PCIe Slot and Both Boost lines, plug a single card into the two In my old case it did easily go up to 90C. literally_figurative Jul 21, 2014 2:43 PM (in response to Peru Bob) I was considering this as well but the RAM is unavailable. to 3.0) 1GB ASUS Radeon HD 5770 3 GB RAM Windows 7 I run on ‘Auto Detect' settings at 1920×1080 and probably average around 40 fps or so with some slowdown

WORKSATION SPECS --------------------------- Windows 7 x64 ASUS 27 inch monitor (10,000,000:1 - 2ms) ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe Motherboard Intel i5 2500K 3,3Ghz running at 4,5Ghz (60C under load) with Cooler Master 212+ I have been told the PSU isn't so good, but so far it is doing a good job. I've been forgotten because of that. :-( CenturyChild01-04-2012, 08:23 AMIm not sure how to really rate others, but Ill try. @ Racewind Id give it a 8.5 Very solid build, although September 07, 2012 15:52 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink What are you running GW2 on?

Of course I love SSD, but I did not choose the right ones.