Omen 17 2080 - low 3Dmark score?

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  1. RainbowRunner

    RainbowRunner Notebook Enthusiast

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    My laptop has a few minor issues and I am actually thinking about requesting for a replacement. If the performance is below average, then it is one more negative added to the list...hmmm
    Mine has a timespy gfx 9676 and firestrike gfx 24774. Is this low for this laptop model? Anyone kind enough to share their scores?
     
  2. hodgeMN

    hodgeMN Notebook Evangelist

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    Seems about right with the stock VBIOS and power limits.
     
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    Muyfa666 Notebook Evangelist

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    My launch Area 51M (RTX 2080) scored 21XXX with the latest BIOS and VBIOS, so don't worry about 27XXX points being low! :)
     
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    On normal vbios, no undervolting or overclocking, the 9600 for timespy is about right. you can push it to high 9900's possibly 10k under the right conditions with just undervolt and OC. When you use the 190w vbios you can expect around 10500 for timespy.

    If you decide to go the 190w vbios route I would also downclock the CPU to reduce temps. I don't know what your specs are but for me and my 9880H, reducing the turbo ratio from 48 to 40 keeps it happy with the temps hovering around 80 with hardly any performance loss.
     
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