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    News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    The most demanding 3DMark test to date examines your PC's 4K gaming credentials.
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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    4246 with SLI 970s

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    Will be running this and lolling at my 660ti 3gb ftw+ later tonight.
    Then I can say to the Mrs "But honey, look, I got less than 1000 points. I need an upgrade"

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    My 3Gb gtx580 cried and pissed itself

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    2421 seems a little low. My 780Ti with and i7-2600K scored 2695.

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by GuruNot View Post
    2421 seems a little low. My 780Ti with and i7-2600K scored 2695.
    You could say a titan is an underclocked 780ti with fewer shaders, so that's about right. I'd expect your 780ti to do even better to be honest, but maybe that's where the CPU difference is coming in.

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    Score2556 with MSI GTX 970(1x) and Intel Core i5-4670K

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    2728 with my GTX780Ti and 3770K.

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    1384

    After hitting a P score of 11,499, seeing a U score of 2728 seems a bit disappointing. lol

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    3932 with a 7990 (@1115MHz) and a 4770k (@4.5Ghz)

    Looking forward to the cards that can break 10k on this!
    Last edited by TomHE; 15-10-2014 at 05:18 PM.

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    4887 with my PC

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    You could say a titan is an underclocked 780ti with fewer shaders, so that's about right. I'd expect your 780ti to do even better to be honest, but maybe that's where the CPU difference is coming in.
    That is fair.

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    Re: News - 3DMark updated with 4K Fire Strike Ultra benchmark

    i got a score of 777 with a EVGA GTX 770 OC & i7-2600k@4.9ghz.. i need to upgrade to the new 900 series or wait and just buy another 770 for the moment unitl the 980ti or 970ti comes out

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