GTX 470M Benchmarks (SAGER NP8690 / Clevo W860CU)

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  1. Tech17

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    SAGER NP8690 (Clevo W860CU)
    Everything at stock settings. I'll overclock later.

    Important specs:
    - 15.6” FHD 16:9 LED Backlit Wide screen (1920x1080) Super Clear Glare Type Screen
    - Intel® Core™ i7-940XM Extreme, 2.13-3.33GHz, (45nm, 8MB L3 cache)
    - nVidia GeForce GTX 470M 1,536MB PCI-Express GDDR5 DX11

    - ~ 8,192MB DDR3 1333MHz Dual Channel Memory (2 SODIMMS) (Requires 64-Bit to utilize Full 4GB)
    - ~ 500GB 7200RPM (Serial-ATA II 300 - 16MB Cache)-

    Vantage
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    3DMark06
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    Mafia II (low)
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    Mafia II (high)
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    Crysis (low)
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    Crysis (high)
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    Final Fantasy XIV (low)
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    Final Fantasy XIV (high)
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    Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark Score Data
    [2000-2499] Slightly Low Performance
    Capable of running the game, but may experience some slowdown. Adjust settings to improve performance.

    [3000-4499] Fairly High Performance
    Capable of running the game on default settings. Consider switching to a higher resolution


    edit:
    Overclocking

    I spent the $6.95 for 3DMark Vantage so I could run it more than once.

    My low
    650/1500/1300
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    My high
    687/1700/1375
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    My high plus I adjusted the CPU’s TDP (note the jump in CPU score)
    687/1700/1375 TDP:80
    [​IMG]

    That 25% above stock; I'm done.
     
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  2. JohnnyFlash

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    See, I knew it! Faster than the 480m at stock.
     
  3. nobodyshero

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    That's pretty amazing, I thought it would be equal to slightly slower to the 480 stock, can't wait to see how much OC headroom it has.
     
  4. Rorschach

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    =/ those poor souls that bought a 480m.....wait did anyone actually buy one?
     
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    Surprisingly the single 480 sold out of stock in early October (back in stock now)....

    EDIT; not a patience issue now that I think of it, more of a fermi issue.
     
  6. JohnnyFlash

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    I really don't get why this isn't labeled 485m.
     
  7. Rorschach

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    <.< well I would certainly take advantage of sagers 30 day return policy if I was one of those buyers, this gpu should run a bit cooler and end up out parsing the 480m once overclocks are involved.
     
  8. 5150Joker

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    Two of these in my M17x would be perfect.
     
  9. JohnnyFlash

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    RJTech has the Clevo versions for $730 a piece... something tells me that won't stop you though. :D
     
  10. johnnyman27

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    some more benchmarks pls...
     
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