Low 2D, 3D and memory score on passmark

Mircea Benga

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Hello, recently I bought a Gigabyte gtx 1060 6gb (9000 3d score, and even 10000+ score on a 3gb model on youtube) Mine only gets 7600 maximum, I tried everything overclocking cpu, gpu, not a diference repeated tests numerous times, nothing. I have an amd fx 8350 (9700-10000 score on passmark) an four identical Kingston Hyperx 1600 Mhz 4gb Ram (16gb total) First I had only a 4 gb stick with 8600 cpu points but same 7600 gpu score. 2D: 4 times lower score, memory 1300 points, saw on youtube: 3000points with an intel cpu. I read a lot of answer with "better intel memory controller" but I don't think that a processor with same passmark score can perform 2.5 times better with the memory. I have an Asrock 970 extreme 3 rev.2, and an 750W power source. Windows 7, 64 bit, vrm temps fine on stock cpu frequency, Please help cause I think i'm loosing alot, thank you in advance!
 

Mircea Benga

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Question from Mircea Benga : "Low 2D, 3D and memory score on passmark"

Hello, recently I bought a Gigabyte gtx 1060 6gb (9000 3d score, and even 10000+ score on a 3gb model on youtube) Mine only gets 7600 maximum, I tried everything overclocking cpu, gpu, not a diference repeated tests numerous times, nothing. I have an amd fx 8350 (9700-10000 score on passmark) an four identical Kingston Hyperx 1600 Mhz 4gb Ram (16gb total) First I had only a 4 gb stick with 8600 cpu points but same 7600 gpu score. 2D: 4 times lower score, memory 1300 points, saw on youtube: 3000points with an intel cpu. I read a lot of answer with "better intel memory controller" but I don't think that a processor with same passmark score can perform 2.5 times better with the memory. I have an Asrock 970 extreme 3 rev.2, and an 750W power source. Windows 7, 64 bit, vrm temps fine on stock cpu frequency, Please help cause I think i'm loosing alot, thank you in advance!
 

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