I recently created a CPU Cinebench thread and wanted to create a GPU thread as well!
I’ll link to a Google Docs spreadsheet that will be updated frequently with submissions in the thread below.
If you have feedback or suggestions, please share them below!
Q) How do I get my score added to the spreadsheet?
Q) Where do I download 3Dmark Time Spy?
Q) How many times can I post my scores?
Q) How do I get a screenshot for the thread?
Here are some simple tips I’ve learned from friends on other forums and from some of my own overclocking experiences. I hope they help you on your way to a high score!
Fantastic! Our first GPU score! Now I'll have to see what my home rig can do. 😁
My 5600X really drags down my grand total score so please only look at the "graphics score" section, hah hah! I should have a 5900X or at least a 5800X. But I had intended to pair it with an RTX 3070 which would have been about the right balance. I only ended up with the 6800 XT purely by luck after months of GPU hunt frustration. Now that I've got it though, there's no trading down to a 3070!
In your spreadsheet you can put 'liquid' instead of 'air' for cooling, as I have it on a Corsair XG7 waterblock. The highest temp it reaches during the test is 88C.
Thanks for the update! I've changed this over and corrected the entry!
How are you enjoying your 6800 XT? Have you seen any specific areas where it really shines or struggles?
Do you have it OC'd? 88C seems pretty spicy to me, but I've not had any extended time running with a liquid-cooled GPU. I know AMD cards do tend to run on the warmer side from time to time, so I think your choice to liquid cool your GPU was a beneficial one!
The only thing I have to compare it with is the GTX 1650 it replaced so yeah the 6800 XT is pretty awesome. It struggles on the Port Royal ray tracing benchmark but I don't have any games that can make it sweat at all.
The only thing that can get it up to 88C is Timespy, which is a pretty brutal run job you must admit. I don't have any games that can work it that hard. The 2 weeks before I could get it on the liquid loop, the air cooler would get to around 90C on Doom Eternal. With liquid I can play that and not break 55C.
That makes a lot of sense. I'd expect to see your gaming temps throughout - Good to know it's only hitting that under a synthetic load.
Glad you're enjoying your new card! 1650 to 6800 XT is a huge leap!
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