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2017/10/11 01:41:31 (permalink)
Hi everyone, today Furturemark released time spy extreme to their benchmark for 4K Ultra HD. You'll need Windows 10 and Direct X compatibility. Post your series 10 Time Spy Extreme Benchmarks scores here in this thread. I'll post mine later this evening when I get home from work. Download is here (below) but you can also find the download on other websites:
 
https://www.techpowerup.c...remark-3dmark-timespy/
 
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 01:43:51 (permalink)
    You don't require a 4K monitor to run the test, however, your graphics card must have at least 4 GB of video memory. However this test is optimized for the 4K monitor environment. 

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 03:38:58 (permalink)
    rjohnson11
    Hi everyone, today Furturemark released time spy extreme to their benchmark for 4K Ultra HD. You'll need Windows 10 and Direct X compatibility. Post your series 10 Time Spy Extreme Benchmarks scores here in this thread. I'll post mine later this evening when I get home from work. Download is here (below) but you can also find the download on other websites:
     
    https://www.techpowerup.com/download/futuremark-3dmark-timesp
     
    If anyone wishes to clone this to the 9XX series forum please so ahead and do so


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 04:34:27 (permalink)
    OK I think it is fixed now

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 04:37:54 (permalink)
    Please note that Time Spy Extreme is only available in 3DMark Advanced Edition. You cannot run it in the free version.

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 10:20:54 (permalink)
    #5 right now on the single card list...
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2523236


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 10:37:54 (permalink)
    That was difficult to look at....especially that CPU test....holy crap!
     
    One card
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/22624070?
     
    Two cards
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/2524271
     
    post edited by cyberdimensions - 2017/10/11 11:17:34

     
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 11:51:49 (permalink)
    Was able to beat a 7980xe with a titan xp in the graphics tests...
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2523970/spy/2523236#
     
     
     
     


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 16:35:18 (permalink)
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    Was able to beat a 7980xe with a titan xp in the graphics tests...
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2523970/spy/2523236#
     
     
     
     


    I swear Sajin, you got some special sauce going on to get scores like that!  When did you get the 1080Ti?  You had 2 Titan X Maxwell before, right?

     
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 17:19:53 (permalink)
    cyberdimensions
     
    I swear Sajin, you got some special sauce going on to get scores like that!  When did you get the 1080Ti?  You had 2 Titan X Maxwell before, right?

    Had two nvidia titan x's before. Went to a single 1080 ti kingpin last month. Bought the card from the evga store.


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 20:18:38 (permalink)
    Wow the Memory OC on your card is insane... Do you  run it under water? Either way what are your temps. Can't you go higher with the core clock?

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 20:34:20 (permalink)
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    Wow the Memory OC on your card is insane... Do you  run it under water? Either way what are your temps. Can't you go higher with the core clock?


    No water. Air only. Highest temp I saw when running the benchmark was 51c on the gpu core. Memory & Power were below 58c as well. Believe I'm at my max.
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 22:20:25 (permalink)
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    Wow the Memory OC on your card is insane... Do you  run it under water? Either way what are your temps. Can't you go higher with the core clock?


    No water. Air only. Highest temp I saw when running the benchmark was 51c on the gpu core. Memory & Power were below 58c as well. Believe I'm at my max.


    What were your max clocks during that? I'm trying to figure out why your GPU score is so high.  

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 23:14:39 (permalink)
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/22634012?
    6 096
    not terrible for my stock 4790K... but the cpu test at the end was brutal.
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/11 23:19:36 (permalink)
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    Wow the Memory OC on your card is insane... Do you  run it under water? Either way what are your temps. Can't you go higher with the core clock?


    No water. Air only. Highest temp I saw when running the benchmark was 51c on the gpu core. Memory & Power were below 58c as well. Believe I'm at my max.


    What were your max clocks during that? I'm trying to figure out why your GPU score is so high.  


    2063 on the core. 13,000 on the memory. 


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 00:46:08 (permalink)
    I have to admit that this is one tough 4K test. 

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 09:57:03 (permalink)
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    Someone should definitely do this.

    Because My 5820K + GTX Titan X (SLi) rig ain't afraid of no GTX 1080ti 
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...py/2527732/spy/2520819
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 10:25:51 (permalink)
    Top two scores in time spy extreme...
     
    Finnsk3 vs Kaapstad-2
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2526411/spy/2524382
     
    Looks like the 6950x does a better job at pushing 4-way sli than the 1950x. 
     
    Does a better job in regular time spy too... 
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...y/1583668/spy/2423361#
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 10:56:34 (permalink)
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    Wow the Memory OC on your card is insane... Do you  run it under water? Either way what are your temps. Can't you go higher with the core clock?


    No water. Air only. Highest temp I saw when running the benchmark was 51c on the gpu core. Memory & Power were below 58c as well. Believe I'm at my max.


    What were your max clocks during that? I'm trying to figure out why your GPU score is so high.  


    2063 on the core. 13,000 on the memory. 


    Okay, I run 2088 on the core and 12.1 on the memory. That doesn't explain the score or the 30% higher you get on your processor with a 100mhz less on the clocks (yes I know you have 4 more threads). Just trying to figure out a ~12% difference.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2527626/spy/2523236
     
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    post edited by HeavyHemi - 2017/10/12 10:59:42

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 11:03:27 (permalink)
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    Okay, I run 2088 on the core and 12.1 on the memory. That doesn't explain the score or the 30% higher you get on your processor with a 100mhz less on the clocks (yes I know you have 4 more threads). Just trying to figure out a ~12% difference.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2527626/spy/2523236
     
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    8 core vs 6 core.
     
    I only beat you by like 2-3 fps in the graphics tests.


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 13:51:51 (permalink)
    I don’t understand the scores either. Satin, what is your motherboard Ram speeds?
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 14:08:31 (permalink)
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    Okay, I run 2088 on the core and 12.1 on the memory. That doesn't explain the score or the 30% higher you get on your processor with a 100mhz less on the clocks (yes I know you have 4 more threads). Just trying to figure out a ~12% difference.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2527626/spy/2523236
     
    SLI / CrossFire Off Off
    Memory 11,264 MB 11,264 MB
    Core clock 2,076 MHz 2,063 MHz
    Memory bus clock 3,053 MHz 3,248 MHz
    Driver name NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
    Driver version23.21.13.8792 22.21.13.8541

    8 core vs 6 core.
     
    I only beat you by like 2-3 fps in the graphics tests.




     
    8 core versus 8 core, lower clocks on your system:
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2532260/spy/2523236#
     
    I am curious why my mem clock bus is showing at 101 mhz.. Time for a restart to figure that out.
     
     
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 16:53:00 (permalink)
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    HeavyHemi
     
    Okay, I run 2088 on the core and 12.1 on the memory. That doesn't explain the score or the 30% higher you get on your processor with a 100mhz less on the clocks (yes I know you have 4 more threads). Just trying to figure out a ~12% difference.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2527626/spy/2523236
     
    SLI / CrossFire Off Off
    Memory 11,264 MB 11,264 MB
    Core clock 2,076 MHz 2,063 MHz
    Memory bus clock 3,053 MHz 3,248 MHz
    Driver name NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
    Driver version23.21.13.8792 22.21.13.8541

    8 core vs 6 core.
     
    I only beat you by like 2-3 fps in the graphics tests.




     
    8 core versus 8 core, lower clocks on your system:
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2532260/spy/2523236#
     
    I am curious why my mem clock bus is showing at 101 mhz.. Time for a restart to figure that out.
     
     




    I'm stuck on trying to figure out where, since we're running higher GPU core clocks, he's getting another ~10%.

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 16:58:49 (permalink)
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    I'm stuck on trying to figure out where, since we're running higher GPU core clocks, he's getting another ~10%.


    It’s all in the $$$. That’s all I can think is timings on the 1080ti KPE and the unlocked power limit. My guess is mostly the power limit not holding the card back... Other than that, it doesn’t make sense at all.

    I figured out that the sysinfo is reading the core clock on card 1 and memory clock on card 2, because that definitely makes sense.
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 17:59:06 (permalink)
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    I'm stuck on trying to figure out where, since we're running higher GPU core clocks, he's getting another ~10%.


    It’s all in the $$$. That’s all I can think is timings on the 1080ti KPE and the unlocked power limit. My guess is mostly the power limit not holding the card back... Other than that, it doesn’t make sense at all.

    I figured out that the sysinfo is reading the core clock on card 1 and memory clock on card 2, because that definitely makes sense.



    I've flashed the FTW BIOS (127% power target) and was pretty much flatline at 2088mhz with 12.1ghz on the memory. So far I've never had artifacts on the memory. I should try a run at 13hghz for the giggles... I'll be back...

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 18:04:37 (permalink)
    My CPU score is just sad, and I should feel bad.
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/22650059
    This was a full stock run.
     
    Will do a run now with Power Target at 117% and 100% Voltage Slider.



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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 18:34:43 (permalink)
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    I don’t understand the scores either. Satin, what is your motherboard Ram speeds?

    2133 MHz @ 10-12-12-31
     
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    HeavyHemi
     
    Okay, I run 2088 on the core and 12.1 on the memory. That doesn't explain the score or the 30% higher you get on your processor with a 100mhz less on the clocks (yes I know you have 4 more threads). Just trying to figure out a ~12% difference.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2527626/spy/2523236
     
    SLI / CrossFire Off Off
    Memory 11,264 MB 11,264 MB
    Core clock 2,076 MHz 2,063 MHz
    Memory bus clock 3,053 MHz 3,248 MHz
    Driver name NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
    Driver version23.21.13.8792 22.21.13.8541

    8 core vs 6 core.
     
    I only beat you by like 2-3 fps in the graphics tests.




     
    8 core versus 8 core, lower clocks on your system:
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2532260/spy/2523236#
     
    I am curious why my mem clock bus is showing at 101 mhz.. Time for a restart to figure that out.
     
     


    Yes, but I have 13,000 on my vram. 
     
    3dmark reads the clocks wrong at times.
     
    HeavyHemi
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    HeavyHemi
    I'm stuck on trying to figure out where, since we're running higher GPU core clocks, he's getting another ~10%.


    It’s all in the $$$. That’s all I can think is timings on the 1080ti KPE and the unlocked power limit. My guess is mostly the power limit not holding the card back... Other than that, it doesn’t make sense at all.

    I figured out that the sysinfo is reading the core clock on card 1 and memory clock on card 2, because that definitely makes sense.



    I've flashed the FTW BIOS (127% power target) and was pretty much flatline at 2088mhz with 12.1ghz on the memory. So far I've never had artifacts on the memory. I should try a run at 13hghz for the giggles... I'll be back...


    You were able to flash a FTW bios to your 1080 ti FE? Nice. 


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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 19:04:12 (permalink)
    Here is my score of 4499. Hyperthreading disabled and no overclock on eVga GTX 1080Ti.
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2533282
    post edited by badboy64 - 2017/10/12 19:07:49

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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 19:19:05 (permalink)
    So, from everything I read... slower cpu, slower gpu, slower ram, higher scores... and people wonder why I stopped following synthetic benchmarks.
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    Re: "Time Spy Extreme" Benchmark 2017/10/12 19:26:59 (permalink)
    the_Scarlet_one
    So, from everything I read... slower cpu, slower gpu, slower ram, higher scores... and people wonder why I stopped following synthetic benchmarks.

    Obviously my gpu is picking up the slack. 
     
    I use to run 3200 MHz on my ram. Decided to drop it back down to 2133 for stability purposes. Didn't notice any difference between 2133 & 3200 except for running ram benchmarks.


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