My Personal Generational Performance Results

Discussion in 'Video Cards' started by twzTechman, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. twzTechman

    twzTechman Limp Gawd

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    This is a log of my upgrades and performance results over the last couple of years:

    Using 3D-Mark results as a comparative benchmark.

    My GPUs have all been NVIDIA since my last AMD card (6950). I did have a 980 in there between the 680 ad 1070 but I guess I didn't benchmark it.

    CPUs have gone from i7-4770k, to a 8700k, to a Ryzen 2700x.


    Firestrike results
    Score ============ CPU ============ GPU
    20588 ============ Ryzen 2700x ===== 1080ti (MSI Gaming X)
    17794 ============ Ryzen 2700x ===== 1080 (Nvidia)
    17524 ============ i7 8700K ======== 1080 (Nvidia)
    15630 ============ i7-4770k ======== 1080 (PNY GEFORCE GTX 1080 XLR8 Overclocked)
    14576 ============ i7-4770k ======== 1070
    10218 ============ i7-4770k ======== 680



    TimeSpy Results
    Score ============ CPU ============ GPU
    9848 ============ Ryzen 2700x ====== 1080ti (MSI Gaming X)
    7454 ============ Ryzen 2700x ====== 1080 (Nvidia)
    7049 ============ i7 8700K ========= 1080 (Nvidia)
    6506 ============ i7-4770k ========= 1080 (PNY GEFORCE GTX 1080 XLR8 Overclocked)
     
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  2. SamirD

    SamirD [H]ard|Gawd

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    What's interesting to me is the 1080 results and how even though the single thread performance of the 2700x and 4770k is very similar, the additional cores of the 2700x make a noticeable impact on the benchmarks.
     
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