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[OLD VERSION] Extremely low GPU score with a GTX 1080

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I have a Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card (Gigabyte G1 Gaming) and NovaBench is giving me a 39 GPU score (131 fps).  This score is obviously wrong, as my 1080 is working normally in all my games.  My primary monitor is running at 1440p at 144Hz and I have a second 1440p monitor at 60 Hz.  When the GPU bench runs as part of the full test sequence it makes a small 800x600 window on my main monitor.  If I run the GPU test separately from the main menu (1440 with 4x antialiasing) it runs full screen and gives me 1664 fps.

2/4/2017 4:47:32 PM
Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Intel Core i73770K 3.50GHz @ 3501 MHz
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

16325 MB System RAM (Score: 247)
- RAM Speed: 14094 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 845)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 206670688
- Integer Operations/Second: 1011776408
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1392235

Graphics Tests (Score: 39)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 131

Hardware Tests (Score: 24)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 111 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 177 MB/s

 

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Hello, any news on this? 

I can second the problem. Situation seems exactly like the OP explained. I have GTX1070 ( MB: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H ) with latest bios ( both on gfx card and mb) and latest drivers from Nvidia.

My setup as well has a 144Hz 1440p monitor and also 60Hz 1440p monittor. 

While running both monitors on i get GPU score of 16 with 60FPS

 

How ever when i close my 60Hz monitor i get to similiar numbers as aturta:

Tested on May 3, 2017 at 10:10
 
  •  Intel Core i7-4790K running at 4GHz 
  •  NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 
  •  Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
  •  
  • 16GB RAM (Score: 246)
  • - RAM Speed: 13779 MB/s
  •  
  • CPU Tests (Score: 895)
  • - Floating Point Operations/Second: 207717472
  • - Integer Operations/Second: 1093393824
  • - Hashes Computed/Second: 1519129
     
  • GPU Tests (Score: 39)
  • - 3D FPS: 131
  •  
  • Disk Tests (Score: 53)
  • - Write Speed: 251 MB/s

 

Also i dont know if could have anything to do with anything but I was wondering if it has something to do with G-SYNC since the FPS seems to roll towards the monitor refresh rate? Also for me also on the GPU test phase only a small ( 800x600 ) window opens to the top left corner of the monitor with the sucky fps. When i run it as a single test and set the resolution etc i too get to reasonable numbers. 

 

Hopefully more datapoints helps the devs to fix this problem.

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56 minutes ago, wizand said:

Hello, any news on this? 

I can second the problem. Situation seems exactly like the OP explained. I have GTX1070 ( MB: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H ) with latest bios ( both on gfx card and mb) and latest drivers from Nvidia.

My setup as well has a 144Hz 1440p monitor and also 60Hz 1440p monittor. 

While running both monitors on i get GPU score of 16 with 60FPS

 

How ever when i close my 60Hz monitor i get to similiar numbers as aturta:

Tested on May 3, 2017 at 10:10
 
  •  Intel Core i7-4790K running at 4GHz 
  •  NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 
  •  Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
  •  
  • 16GB RAM (Score: 246)
  • - RAM Speed: 13779 MB/s
  •  
  • CPU Tests (Score: 895)
  • - Floating Point Operations/Second: 207717472
  • - Integer Operations/Second: 1093393824
  • - Hashes Computed/Second: 1519129
     
  • GPU Tests (Score: 39)
  • - 3D FPS: 131
  •  
  • Disk Tests (Score: 53)
  • - Write Speed: 251 MB/s

 

Also i dont know if could have anything to do with anything but I was wondering if it has something to do with G-SYNC since the FPS seems to roll towards the monitor refresh rate? Also for me also on the GPU test phase only a small ( 800x600 ) window opens to the top left corner of the monitor with the sucky fps. When i run it as a single test and set the resolution etc i too get to reasonable numbers. 

 

Hopefully more datapoints helps the devs to fix this problem.

Just a follow up, yea, it seems to be affected by G-SYNC. I turned it off from the nvidia control panel and the results went to more reasonable level even tho for some reason with the same system my GTX 970 game me higher results than the current 1070.

  • Verified Novabench Score: 2130
    Tested on May 3, 2017 at 11:51

  •  Intel Core i7-4790K running at 4GHz 
  •  NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 
  •  Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
  •  
  • 16GB RAM (Score: 244)
  • - RAM Speed: 13479 MB/s
  •  
  • CPU Tests (Score: 873) 
  • - Show details
  •  
  • GPU Tests (Score: 959)
  • - 3D FPS: 2497
  •  
  • Disk Tests (Score: 54)
  • - Write Speed: 254 MB/s

 

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Thanks for letting me know about the G-Sync issue. It shouldn't be a problem in the next version.

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