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  1. I just bought this new laptop : Hp Pavilion Power 15 CPU: i7-7700HQ 2.8Ghz oc at 3.4Ghz RAM:8GB GPU: NVidia GTX 1050 2GB 1TO HDD I installed novabench and I run the test , and this is the result I got : CPU score : 844 Ram socre : 164 GPU score : 259 ( direct3D11:23FPS) disk score : 28 At firt I thought those were normal resultats , but when I checked others pcs with the same specs , I found out that my gpu score is actually very low ( on average people are getting 500 GPU score and 7x fps in the direct3D thing) I am not very knowledgeable when it comes to pcs and related stuff , so I have no clue what the problem could be , so I am asking for your help please .
  2. Hi, I installed this program on my Hp P240ne laptop and it shows Intel HD Graphics 5500 as my GPU. I tried running it with Right click then choosing to start program with high performance but again it didn't show my Nvidia GPU. Any helpful info?
  3. On the benchmark list for GPU's, I can't find separate benchmarks for the laptop NVIDIA GTX 1070 vs. the desktop NVIDIA GTX 1070. Novabench please make it so the laptop/desktop version is specified because the cards have different specs.
  4. How can I fix how poorly my computer is running?
  5. I've tried everything to fix my score, and more importantly the performance of my PC but cant figure out whats causing this. All help is appreciated <-------- My score
  6. Hello, I have a brand new SSD (crucial MX300) in a fresh installation of my hackintosh with Sierra 10.12.4 on a rock solid overclocked i5: i5-760 (first generation) 2.8 @ 4ghz 20x200 and Memory running at 1600 Mhz, almost working but the graphics, with the following results: Intel Core i5 running at 4GHz Asus GeForce GT 610 Mac OS X 10.12.48GB RAM (Score: 162)- RAM Speed: 5227 MB/sCPU Tests (Score: 512) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 161866176 - Integer Operations/Second: 332425984 - Hashes Computed/Second: 1200510 GPU Tests (Score: 0)- 3D FPS: 0Disk Tests (Score: 12)- Write Speed: 33 MB/s (installed in HDD) Reinstalled with brand new GTX 750 ti, Nvidia Wed drivers installed and updated in config.plist use clover, now graphic acceleration works, but my CPU and RAM performs half some hours ago: Intel Core i5 running at 4GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Mac OS X 10.12.48GB RAM (Score: 148)- RAM Speed: 2540 MB/sCPU Tests (Score: 240) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 80833472 - Integer Operations/Second: 152541184 - Hashes Computed/Second: 537284 GPU Tests (Score: 181)- 3D FPS: 583Disk Tests (Score: 38)- Write Speed: 159 MB/s Which can be the reason to perform so bad? Thanks in advance!
  7. Novabench can't detect my graphics card, i.e. NVIDIA GeForce 820M in my HP 15-r202tx Notebook (
  8. Nathan, I am very happy with my scores except my gtx 970 scores low in comparison with their average whichy is in the 900 range... I was able to increased the 3d score somewhat from 639 to 658 by using Zotac Firestorm small and safe overclock... Why are my gtx 970 scoring low? it is not just with Novabench, passmark scores are also low way under the averages. Thank you. Verified Novabench Score: 1901 Test run on August 12, 2016 at 23:43 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Intel Core i7 980 3.33GHz running at 3334 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU 24568 MB System RAM (Score: 242) - RAM Speed: 8078 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 947) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 312362580 - Integer Operations/Second: 1176806604 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1111882 Graphics Tests (Score: 658) - 3D Frames Per Second: 1766 Hardware Tests (Score: 54) - Primary Partition Capacity: 582 GB - Drive Write Speed: 166 MB/s
  9. I have a 2009 HP m9600t PC. The only upgrades I have made are the cpu which was upgraded to a still 2009 i7-980 (not even the 980x), and an NVidia gtx 970 video card. Everything else still stock including the hard drive. And all that running at 4K. And memory can only run at the locked by HP speed of PC3-8500. The lowest speed in DDR3 ram. My scores are better than most new cpu's and system of today. Moral is that for a few hundred bucks you can update your system without breaking the bank. Still going strong after seven years. By the way, I bought this system refurbished back in '09. I think I can get an other 3 years out of this old lady! Look at my CPU score, better than some i7-5820k and most i7-6500 or 6700... Verified NovaBench Score: 1877 Test run on August 12, 2016 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Intel Core i7 980 3.33GHz running at 3334 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU 24568 MB System RAM (Score: 240) - RAM Speed: 7602 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 945) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 312295416 - Integer Operations/Second: 1175410380 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1107419 Graphics Tests (Score: 639) - 3D Frames Per Second: 1721 Hardware Tests (Score: 53) - Primary Partition Capacity: 582 GB - Drive Write Speed: 159 MB/s