Cinebench Score of 0.98 fps?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by scadjacket, Feb 22, 2017.

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  1. nexushitTangelo187

    nexushitTangelo187 New Member

    Hi everyone. I have a 2016 Razer Blade 14" with the i7 6th gen and the GTX 970. Of course I ordered it and waited a month for it to ship for them only to release the 1060 right on its heels. I'm still irritated about but I guess that one me.

    Anyway I've been having several problems lately and Razers Service hasn't been great. It takes too long to get a response and when they finally do they only address a few of your questions leaving the others out there as if I never asked.

    I'm getting a Cinebench score of 0.98 fps. That can't be right. Any thoughts?
     
  2. nexushitTangelo187

    nexushitTangelo187 New Member

    I heard back from support on a few other issues but they didn't address why the score would be so low.
     
  3. Lauski

    Lauski New Member

    Did you go to the nVidia control panel and make sure under "Manage 3d Settings>Program Settings" to ensure that the program was added and instructed to use your nVidia dGPU and not the integrated graphics?
     
  4. nexushitTangelo187

    nexushitTangelo187 New Member

    I think it's setup correctly?
    [​IMG]
     
  5. Lauski

    Lauski New Member

    Yeah, that's what I wanted to see to be sure. You've got it right.

    Hmmm. If all else fails, rule out a bad test. Try 3Dmark/Firestrike/etc. Let us know what you get.
     
  6. nexushitTangelo187

    nexushitTangelo187 New Member

    Here is the 3DMark-FireStrike test with the screen set at 2560x1080.
    I'm also concerned about the Validation Warning for the Graphics Driver not approved?

    The other two issues I've been having are the bluetooth drops out and comes back for no reason and the laptop intermittently switches from AC to Battery power while gaming, or anytime it's being taxed (video encoding, rending 3D or motion graphics in After Effects or Cinema 4D)

    So if I try and render out a video or play a game the power goes from AC to Battery, back and forth. The screen dims when it hits battery and brightens when it goes back to AC. After 45 min the entire system completely dies.

    I finally heard back from Razer support and they said the lower score could be related to the power flux and asked me to test it with FireStrike (a test I already sent them 3 days ago they obviously haven't bothered to look at)

    [​IMG] >:-(
     
  7. Sammy18

    Sammy18 Member

    Your CPU score seems fine so it's a problem with the graphics card, try downloading the latest drivers from nvidias website
     
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