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mobilenvidia

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Not run these for sometime, here are my results with i7-6700HQ and GTX 960M

Zipper (especially) and everybody else here are achievable results to beat.

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Pretty much the same ballpark here. Time Spy seriously kicked my butt. I can only imagine the kind of liquid-nitrogen-cooled monsters produced those top scores!

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Still the GTX 1050 shows a 25% improvement over its pre-millennium brother 960M, I would have thought a closer margin
Wonder if DDR4 vs DDR3 RAM is involved

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1 hour ago, mobilenvidia said:

Still the GTX 1050 shows a 25% improvement over its pre-millennium brother 960M, I would have thought a closer margin
Wonder if DDR4 vs DDR3 RAM is involved

Unknown and the system reports (including Nvidia's) don't say. I wouldn't be surprised if that was the difference.

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ASUS ROG GL502VM
Intel® Core™ i7 7700HQ / NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB
 

G-Sync      off   | on
Cloud Gate  25825 | 25398
Fire Strike  9907 |  9825
Sky Diver   25184 | 24655
Time Spy     3817 |  3785

Inspite of activated G-Sync "Time Spy" is flickering and stuttering.

I liked that FutureMark keep their old benchmarks in the glass cabinets in the museum.

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Very nice, Stefan! Your money was wall spent! And yes, It was fun seeing some of those old benchmark artifacts!

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The 1060 vs 960 are miles apart, NV did some serious upgrading

I even installed 3DMark 2k1 where I have fond memories from very early days of tinkering, 1024x768 no longer supported, so had to improvise
Even remember the GF 2go couldn't do 1/2 the tests and took me till the go7900 GS to see full benchmark

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  • 3 weeks later...

I'll start a new batch with my MSI GT73 7RF.

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