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kakaman123

stupid intel is being benchmarked instead of my gtx680

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Nova is using the primary GFX card in your system. for example, I have a GTX 560 ti and a GTX 650 in my compute but it only test my primary card the 650 even though my display is atached to my 560ti . The reason it is testing your Intel HD card is because it is the primary GFX adapter for your system. To change this go into your CMOS setings and set it to use your GTX680 card. It sounds like you are using a laptop but if your useing a desktop it is better to disable it outright.

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No it's definitely doing something wrong.

This is the result with the Onboard Intel Enabled running on the second monitor, but the benchmark running on the AMD primary monitor

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9/25/2013 4:06:34 PM
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
Intel Core i74770 3.40GHz @ 3401 MHz
Graphics Card: IntelĀ® HD Graphics 4600

32631 MB System RAM (Score: 289)
- RAM Speed: 14059 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 807)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 205781296
- Integer Operations/Second: 939121976
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1310905

Graphics Tests (Score: 513)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 1405

Hardware Tests (Score: 104)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 1863 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 195 MB/s

This is the result when I run it on the monitor connected to the Intel part:

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9/25/2013 4:19:49 PM
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
Intel Core i74770 3.40GHz @ 3401 MHz
Graphics Card: IntelĀ® HD Graphics 4600

32631 MB System RAM (Score: 286)
- RAM Speed: 13559 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 805)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 205779288
- Integer Operations/Second: 933096504
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1311088

Graphics Tests (Score: 112)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 348

Hardware Tests (Score: 104)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 1863 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 195 MB/s

This is likely contaminating the results scores since Novabench is attributing scores for the dedicated GPU to the onboard GPU.

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