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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
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: https://novabench.com/view/1231782 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: https://novabench.com/view/1232114 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!
My second post here. ( the first was on a nearly 3 yr old comment .. jeeez). Question - My Novabench scores are higher using an EVGA GTX 980ti, than an Asus Strix GTX 1070 Gaming card. The Strix has a higher base, and boost speed. I am unclear as to why this is. Does the fact the ti has 384bit band width vs 256 on the Strix? Thanks Novabench .. Since I've found you, I've made a habit of using this tool to check a PC before I buy it (used of course).