*OFFICIAL* Alienware M18x Benchmark Thread - Part 2

Discussion in 'Alienware 18 and M18x' started by BatBoy, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. Johnksss

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    Because it was ran as 2 cores / 4 threads... To match a fellow forum users cpu specs. (Not exact of course, but close enough)
     
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    Grid 2 - 1080p, ultra +SoftAO, 16xHQAF + 8xSGSSAA

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    based on the results of the 780m in sli follows the equal values ​​of my dual 680m

    3dm11xt.jpg
     
  4. gschneider

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    So you only need that small clock increase to equal the 780m SLI performance? thats pretty good.
     
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    Outstanding RiRi-FiFi!:D
     
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    nice physics score with 3720
     
  9. Mr. Fox

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    That is pretty nice, but a stock 3720QM probably will not get close to that. Riri-Fifi has an early version of the ES 3920XM that is incorrectly identified as a 3720QM.

    New version of XTU is available now.
    Download | Intel Extreme Tuning Utility 4.1.0.12

    Download | Release Notes


    Features:

    1. Installation and platform support for 4th-generation Intel® Core™ processor families.
    2. Supports run time processor graphics changes to voltage and ratio limits.
    3. Implementation of power limit controls via MMIO for improved overclocking.
    4. New benchmarking support allows scoring for various system snapshot profiles. Feature is supported for 3rd and 4th generation Intel Core processors only.
    5. Profiles can be uploaded to HWBOT.org for purposes of sharing, analyzing (comparing against other system platforms) or competing in overclocking competitions. Feature is supported for 3rd and 4th generation Intel Core processors only.
    6. Profiles can also be imported or exported from HWBOT.org or between peers.


    Just starting to play around with this. Pretty cool benchmarking feature added. Check it out... sick!
    HWBOT.org.jpg

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    Will have to crank up the AC and bench the snot out of it. First place with only 4.3GHz is not going to last long, LOL.
     
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    Brother Fox, I couldn't get that version of XTU to install. Some problem in the log files says "couldn't open MSI" with an error code 0x80070643 Error description: Fatal error during installation
     
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