MSI GT80 3dMark Scores, test and tune

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  1. GTVEVO

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    Everyone, I think this will be a great place to share our scores which can help track commonalities and differences between each GT80 model plus providing great information for those troubleshooting simply wondering what type of performance to expect before purchasing.

    Instructions to follow
    1) If you can when adding your score try to keep things in a proper format so things are easy to read, compare and to allow for proper thread searching if needed.
    2) Please perform all testing without cooler boost running or any other supplemental cooling.
    3) Please submit a screenshot of your score with hardware monitor temps being displayed.
    4) Please leave useful comments in their appropriate sections.

    Who knows if we get enough submissions we create "The List" for the 10 ten for each model.

    Model (001/009/047/071/094)
    Test (Fire Strike/Fire Strike Extreme/Fire Strike Ultra/Sky Diver/)
    Thermal Compound (Stock/ICD/CLU/Antec7 or many more)
    CPU/GPU tuning (Yes CPU -50 voltage offset, CPU Core +100, GPU +50, Memory +200 / No)
    Shift Mode (Green, Comfort, Sport)
    Room/Ambient Temperature 72
    Comments (Stock Configuration first test ever!, Overclock testing CPU, EC Bios update)
    Results with pic and or link, if you have already posted the image in another thread such as the "Owners Lounge" and which to post a link to it this should be fine too as long as other information is completed.

    Members if I am missing anything please make suggestions via PM so the thread stays clean as possible, Thank you Everyone.

    Please only submissions from the MSI GT80
     
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    Model 009
    Test Fire Strike
    Termal compund CLU on CPU and Antec7 on GPUs
    CPU Tuning -60 dynamic core voltage offset (Stock Clocks CPU & GPU)
    Shift Mode Sport
    Room/Ambient Temperature 72
    Comments This was my first run after switching to CLU and repeated testing.
    Firestrike_CLU_-60.JPG
     
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    Model 009
    Test Sky Diver
    Termal compund CLU on CPU and Antec7 on GPUs
    CPU Tuning -60 dynamic core voltage offset (Stock Clocks CPU & GPU)
    Shift Mode Sport
    Room/Ambient Temperature 70
    Comments Fresh Morning Sky Diver run after CLU application on CPU SkyDiver_CPU_Test04_CLU-60.JPG
     
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    Model 009
    Test Fire Strike
    Termal compund CLU on CPU and Antec7 on GPUs
    CPU Tuning 4.3ghz x4x3x2x1 with -20 dynamic core voltage offset (Stock GPU)
    Shift Mode Sport
    Room/Ambient Temperature 72
    Comments CPU overclock testing to see score impacts.
    Firestrike_CLU_CPU-43-GPUstock_20150303.JPG
     
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    Model 009
    Test Fire Strike
    Termal compund CLU on CPU and Antec7 on GPUs
    CPU/GPu Tuning 4.2ghz x4x3x2x1 with -60 dynamic core voltage offset GPU + 135 Memory +580 (Stock vbios)
    Shift Mode Sport
    Room/Ambient Temperature 72
    Comments CPU and GPU overclock testing to see score impacts.

    Firestrike_CLU_-60-4200_15272_20140204.JPG
     
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    I will participate with my benchmarks when I return from work, in about a week, two tops. I would like to know the ASIC quality of everyone's GPUs, just to see if we can correlate anything :)

    I have noticed that memory overclocking is a bit dodgy so far. I "used" to have stable 400mhz OC on memory (+200 *2) but in reality it was unstable when gaming on long periods of time. My current OC is at +135 core and +250mhz (+125*2) memory fully stable at any game.
     
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    Has ASIC quality provided useful with temps and or overclock abilities? In the past I have never paid much attention to it only because of my lack of truthful education on it. Please explain how it can help when possible, thx.
     
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    Model 009
    Test Fire Strike
    Termal compund Stock
    CPU Tuning Stock Clocks
    Shift Mode Sport
    Room/Ambient Temperature 70
    Comments Initial run, no modifications

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    Temps are pretty high. I definitely need some better thermal paste.
     
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    Same CPU temps as my unit, and my ambient room temp was 72F. Temps were lowered a few degrees with a reapplication of the thermal compound, but don't expect miracles.

    :)
     
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