nVIDIA GeForce 980Ti SLI (x2) Windows 7 VS 10 3DMark

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  1. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    As expected. 3Dmark11 physics score are suffering in Win X HE. +900 with Win 7 vs Win X HE in physics test is much. Win 8.1 comes in between. It will be like this when Win X He is built up from Win 8.1. As you can see; 3DMark 11 and Sky diver's tests stand out when it comes to physics performance. Fire Strike is a useless test of processor performance if you are going to see how the processor performs in games.
     
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    TBoneSan Laptop Fiend

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    3d mark 11 has an awesome physics test. Some people like to stress test for days on end in other apps. Temps aside, if you can pass 3d mark 11 you can pass most things and know your OC is pretty solid.
     
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    Thanks, didn't know that
     
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    Hello fellows,

    I can see the same behavior in my rig (Win 7 vs win 10) in physics score in 3DMark 11. ~7500 physics score on Win7 vs ~6900 physics score on Win10. (Asus HD 7870, i5-3550@3.7GHz, 16GB RAM). On 3DMark FirstStrike the physics score is rather the same between Win7 and Win10.
    My question is: Why is that? What's so special in Win7 and in 3DMark 11 physics test? Does that mean that in games physics will have better performance in Win7?
     
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    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    WIndows 10 lower Firestrike Physics score.. Plain and simple... There is nothing special about 7, just 10 sucks..
     
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    First) That is not "simple". I know the facts, that such an unbalance exists, but I asked WHY it is? (If someone knows).
    Second) I said that >Firestrike< physics score is rather the same, I was talking about the difference in 3DMark 11 (like posts before), not Firststrike.
     
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    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    @Mr. Fox :rolleyes:
    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    Before Mr.Fox chimes in with some more detailed information, the gist of it is that different OSes handle hardware differently, and that not all drivers are created equal for all OSes. In this case, W10's scores would probably be due to an amalgamation of both reasons, given that it's a relatively new OS, and work still has to be done on Microsoft's side and on Nvidia/AMD's side.
     
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