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  1. Here's my specs: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (x64) AMD FX8350 EightCore @ 4000 MHz Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 8GB RAM idk what the motherboard is but apparently it's a decent one Here was my scores: 8174 MB System RAM (Score: 160) - RAM Speed: 4975 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 647) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 238926160 - Integer Operations/Second: 606901376 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 900521 Graphics Tests (Score: 505) - 3D Frames Per Second: 1387 Hardware Tests (Score: 74) - Primary Partition Capacity: 1862 GB - Drive Write Speed: 99 MB/s I had no applications open when the benchmarks were working. Any help? :) Forgot to mention, the overall score was around 1300
  2. ricdan

    GTX 970 score 198

    Odd results comparison between Novabench Cinebench and Engine Heaven results for GTX970 running in Mac Pro 2012 (2010 model) 6-core @ 3.06 GHz (Xeon 5775) with 24 GB Ram on 1080p. Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4 on Ultra and Extreme @ 1080p is scoring 1506 (around an i7 mark) FPS is 59.8 min 9.7 max 142.9 Novabench is scoring GPU a miserable 194-198 on the 7th percentile. Cinebench is also not so good at OpenGL scoring behind my old Radeon 7950 - I put this down to the OpenGL test. What is happening in Novabench AND between Novabench and Unigine Heaven results? In real work my 27" 2011 iMac (radeon HD 6770m) encodes a video in 24 minutes while this machine with the 970 does the same video in 9 minutes while I am on a 1440p monitor - so real time is pretty good. Nvidia driver is up-to-date and Cuda is same. What is Novabench telling me? Any suggestions? 1080p.nbr Unigine Heaven 1080p.html
  3. Hello I am using two GTX 970 ssc in sli and whenever I run the novabench gpu benchmark I get a very low score of 22 and fps of 77. The results are exactly the same whether the resolution is 1600 x 900, 1280 x 720, and 5050 x 900. I also get very low fps in games where I should be able to get at least 60, such as in GTA 5 where the fps dips to under 30 regardless of resolution and/or graphics settings. 5/30/2016 10:11:08 PM Microsoft Windows 8.1 Intel Core i74790K 4.00GHz @ 4079 MHz Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 16327 MB System RAM (Score: 267) - RAM Speed: 18069 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 924) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 207480480 - Integer Operations/Second: 1144146840 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1600355 Graphics Tests (Score: 22) - 3D Frames Per Second: 77 Hardware Tests (Score: 42) - Primary Partition Capacity: 223 GB - Drive Write Speed: 265 MB/s Thanks for any help.