ASIC quality reference

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  1. rinneh

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    In my AW15 R2

    76.6%
     

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    same story here, but little better.. 78% first one, second one with 70.9
    tried overclocking ??
     
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    Yeah i run it with 200mhz above stock. With a repaste to ICD7.
     
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    why is ur texture fillrate and pixel fillrate is lower than mine, I used the same stock Vbios u gave me.. I'm using newer version of GPUZ, could you update ur GPUZ and post again..
     
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    Your image doesnt work. But i will check ot later why mine appears lower. It can be because my precision x was turned off so the overclock wasnt applied. And thisbwas before i started to use the prema bios. Stock bios doesnt offer higher than 135 overclock.
     
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    :( i want a 98% Asic to make an insane overlock lol
     
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    the funny thing is that i have a better score without making an extreme overclock ... maybe your OC is unbalanced
    here is my high oc :
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    Asic is an indication of the chip quality but not decisive and dedinitely not the only factor. Power delivery quality is very importsnt as well.
     
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    yes, but this is not a desktop ... the Dell power suply (240-330)Watts tend to be really good
     
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