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dunginhawk

New MSI laptop w/ 1060 gfx low results

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So I am seeing what I presume to be fairly low (gpu) scores..

My desktop is beating this score by 700 pts ,almost all in the GPU score.  My desktop is a 780ti

I have the performance set in nvidia control panel for novabench, but im suspicious that its not using the GPU but the intel instead 

 

 

TOTAL SCORE 1415

 

11/27/2016 1:55:20 PM
Microsoft Windows 10 Home
Intel Core i76700HQ 2.60GHz @ 2601 MHz
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060

16270 MB System RAM (Score: 254)
- RAM Speed: 15485 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 785)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 204889368
- Integer Operations/Second: 963222464
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1181088

Graphics Tests (Score: 350)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 991

Hardware Tests (Score: 26)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 118 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 185 MB/s

 

 

thoughts?

Edited by dunginhawk

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Ok so i just switched novabench inside nvidia control panel to integrated graphics, saw the same FPS and same overall novabench score..

so I am definitely (i think haha) using the onboard not the gpu.  so im going to uninstall everything and try again with fresh nvidia drivers.

 

edit : however i download HWmonitor and it seems the GPU is working and spiking up a bit at times during tests... could this laptop be that much worse than my standard rig? with a 780ti?

Edited by dunginhawk

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The 1060 in a laptop could be underclocked due to thermal constraints. It's definitely a much lower score than an average 1060. That said, the 780ti is still a very high-scoring card.

Give GPU-Z a shot during the test to see if the "perfcap" is giving a reason why the performance might be capped.

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