Question Could some 1 take a look at my 3D Mark results please and explain to me why they are so low in comparison with others. Thank you

Feb 15, 2020
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Good morning guys, as the title says i feel my 3D mark results are rather low in comparison to others using similar hardware. Could some 1 please explain to me how i can increase these results (I'v never overclocked as i don't know how to)

Thanks for taking the time to read

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/11788151
 
Good morning guys, as the title says i feel my 3D mark results are rather low in comparison to others using similar hardware. Could some 1 please explain to me how i can increase these results (I'v never overclocked as i don't know how to)

Thanks for taking the time to read

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/11788151
Looking a the comparable results chart I think it's down to how 3D Mark have grouped the scores.... you are in the 7800 - 9099 group, the next group starts at 9100 which isn't really that far above.

Looking at your hardware config I note that you are running your cpu and gpu at stock settings. It's pretty common for people running 3D Mark to be trying to get high scores so are usually running over clocked (you can browse for other scores to compare - looking at the highest scoring 9600KF + 2070 Super result I could find, they had the cpu at 5.1ghz and the gpu at 2.1 gh).

Looking at the scores I think you have a normal score for stock settings - essentially what this is telling you is that if you really needed it you could squeeze another ~ 10% out of the system with a good overclock. However if you are getting good performance in games I would probably leave it at stock as running things OC creates more heat and can reduce life span of components.
 
Good morning guys, as the title says i feel my 3D mark results are rather low in comparison to others using similar hardware. Could some 1 please explain to me how i can increase these results (I'v never overclocked as i don't know how to)

Thanks for taking the time to read

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/11788151

Your not overclocking is the reason your score is where it is. Most if not all benchmark programs dont take into account if someone is overclocked or not they just lump everyone into the same pot with the same hardware.
 

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