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The New 3DMark - Post Your ROG Notebook Scores Here!

srmojuze
Level 10
Asus ROG G55 Nvidia 660M core 1,200mhz mem 3000mhz (as far as I can push it I reckon)

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^ 70c is pretty warm I would not push it any farther. I saw same temperatures when I was stress testing with occt. And that was with stock clocks bios 204 and old driver. To preserve good life out of the GPU stick with those clocks & keep your fans clean. Ideally I'd want to keep a 45tdp in the 60-70c. & update drivers you should see a nice little fps jump in tomb raider. Also 206 bios is available.
I use to say ASUS like AZEUS because I thought their products were the Gods of electronics...

Nakretyn
Level 7
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Diver Version: 310.83 - G75vx

My result are really horrible. I think i need to start that oc things, is here any way to learn this oc things?
Asus G75VX

Nakretyn wrote:
16787

Diver Version: 310.83 - G75vx

My result are really horrible. I think i need to start that oc things, is here any way to learn this oc things?


u need to upgrade your driver to 313.96(link:http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/56534)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64774

everything on stock 660m gtx driver 310.90

what does it mean that my Graphics driver is not approved... lol

SubmersedHollow wrote:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64774

everything on stock 660m gtx driver 310.90

what does it mean that my Graphics driver is not approved... lol


right now only the new 313.xx beta driver is supported. how ironic heh? a beta driver is approved by 3DMark but not the latest WHQL one

SubmersedHollow wrote:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64774

everything on stock 660m gtx driver 310.90

what does it mean that my Graphics driver is not approved... lol


Funny thing is that for your core is showing 405 max, when the stock max on a G75 is 950...

Yes, but it isn't linked with the results.

Because there are P-states for GPU loads, when the tests completed it would have dropped a P-state during finalizing of test results since there isn't as a high of a load anymore. So that is what you are seeing. It's running on P0 (which switched to P5) instead of forced P-states (using nvidiaInspector) which lock the clocks.

Same thing happens with the CPU under tests, some show 319xMhz or 309x (maximum processor state- 100%) while others show 119x (mimimum processor state - 5%.)

Plus the results speak for themselves, you'd know if it was running that low right from the start.

Nakretyn wrote:
16787

Diver Version: 310.83 - G75vx

My result are really horrible. I think i need to start that oc things, is here any way to learn this oc things?


Try updating your graphics driver. On stock clocks you shouldn't get those scores... :confused:

srmojuze wrote:
Try updating your graphics driver. On stock clocks you shouldn't get those scores... :confused:


Thanks srmojuze, i downloaded 313.96 i hope my results will be better after this update.
Everything on stock clocks, i need to know many things about OC.
Asus G75VX

srmojuze wrote:
Try updating your graphics driver. On stock clocks you shouldn't get those scores... :confused:


Looks more like he ran the benchmark unplugged.