sadece wrote:i agree with you Glimpse. too much data will mess the page up. but sametime, there are some result i couldnt understood. for example i have stock& air cooled 780 that hits around 84 but i see minumum is 72. for people who want to buy a new 780 will realize 72 is stock and air. but it is not true. i have no a bright idea how to clarify this btw:)
sadece wrote:Would be great if the OctaneBench could detect OC (at least testers can input notes) so we could compare stock cards and see OC capables.
resmas wrote:I agree that to much data will confuse users. But also most people might only look at the default page.
I belive also that OC cards will, or allready are, the standard because for people that use GPU to render, the new cards are designed to be frendly OC inside Operating sistem.
My point about the Max result be the defaul benchmark page its because we all want to know how much can we take from that specific GPU. Some really bad results make bad average, but also agree that more results will make the correct average show.
Will the benchmark tool be only to octane users?...if it is...there will be less results to get a good average.
The tool is great...i have been testing my 2nd sistem with risers....and connected to MB....its great to see Th diference and to Max the sistem performance.
3 gtx590 connected to MB x16 score around 311
2gtx590 connected MB x16 and another gtx590 in a riser x1 the score is around 308
There is a loss of 3 or 4 points...only by 1gtx in riser...its very usefull
Of course the result is diferent because of loading times of the 4 scenes...they took longer with the riser.
Octane does a great job balancing this diferent GPU loading times when we have diferent risers/connections.
mark0spasic wrote:Hi Resmas, thank you for info about results with risers, could you tell me what model of risers you have? Maybe give some link, I`m planing to buy but I`m not sure which one. Thank you
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