Razer Blade 2016 GTX 1060 (Benchmarks)

Discussion in 'Systems' started by technokat, Oct 9, 2016.

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  1. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    Mine is giving FS 9551 at 99% (turbo boost disabled as ASMP) and GTX +210 MHz clock and + 400MHz MEM.
    Max temp : 66° CPU / 70° CPU
    With Turbo boost (100%) : FS 10054 Max Temp: 82° CPU / 72° GPU
    Physics was on GTX 1060.
    With Physics on CPU with turbo boost : 10071 84° CPU / 72° GPU
    Graphics score about 12200 ...

    I noticed that when I go further than + 215 MHz on clock with afterburner, 3DMark stop the bench and says "Oops an error occurs" ?!
    Any ideas ?
     
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  2. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    @Cliche_au , probably won´t help very much during gaming....I haven´t notice any difference but then again I haven´t tested it much. In Bios, it is under Chipset...PEGO ASPM...perhaps the option is only present in Bios 2.0, not sure if it was there in the original Bios, I think it wasn´t or somebody would of found it before.
     
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  3. Chuggz

    Chuggz New Member

    It's only in the new BIOS, I had to update mine to get it.
     
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  4. Cliche_au

    Cliche_au New Member

    Yeah I just realised, I have the original version. Thanks!!
     
  5. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    Guys, do you know if there is a way back to this original BIOS ?
     
  6. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    Nope, why? what happened?
     
  7. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    Because this update doesn't fix anything of the mentioned issues.
    And it brings the CPU fan to run louder than with the original one. (In my case)
     
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  8. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    @Cyclo16 , sorry to hear that....it didn't change anything on mine, but I didn´t have coil whine to begin with. As far as I know, there is no way to back on the Bios update.
     
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  9. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    How about your CPU Fan behavior? Maybe it's different on person but is it still noticeable on idle? Mine reached about 40dB, but I didn't notice those on my old 2015 Blade. (btw I put my phone with dB measure app on keyboard hand rest area to measure it)
     
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  10. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    @Joikansai, my fan behavior is the same after the bios update, that is, even on idle it is running....but I really don´t think they are loud, like 40db you mentioned, since I only really notice them running on idle if I am in a quiet room. However, @Cyclo16 mentioned that after the bios update for the skylake version his fans are louder than with original bios.
    I am going to download a Db meter on the phone and see what it says...
     
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  11. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Well maybe only on my machine, good to know if you don't have any problem with that. It could actually score better than other QHD+ owner almost 9300 on stock at the moment, yes I think I updated new bios that was B5 file wasn't it?
     
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  12. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    @vistar :slightly_sad: ...arf ... the only solution to get the old BIOS may be RMA ... so...
    @Joikansai I dB meter my blade puting the micro on the Q Z E keys : I got 43 - 44 dB, same results when setting the mic on lateral side...
    But as for a lot of proof noise video, the mic or dB meter can't show the real noise each person are hearing.

    As I said to the support, mine is like a vaccum cleaner in a far background. Even when I got earphones to 2 - 4 % of the volume (max volume i can set to not destroy my ears @ work), i can still hear the CPU fan if I want to ... it's not hard.

    (but Fan noise is not the point on this topic, I already polluted the dedicated topic !! 8D ) Sorry !

    Whatever ; do some of you are able to unlock voltage core GPU on afterburner ? I want to push the GTX more !
     
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  13. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member

    Hi,

    I'm not very up to speed with this sort of thing so please bear with me...

    I have the late 2016 Razer Blade 1060. Last night I undervolted the laptop using 'Intel Extreme Tuning Utility' and went straight to -0.180v. I ran a stress test and it passed easily. However when I ran a benchmark test, I got a score of 889 - I also manged to reduce my max CPU temp from 77 to 60 degrees celsius! The thing is I don't know if 889 is good or bad, as I've never done this sort of thing before (I had a MBP before.) After doing some quick Googling, I suspect it might not be that good at all!

    The reason I ask all this is that on the first page of this post, it mentions that I would need to download an EC update if I achieved a score below 9000. Obviously I've used a different benchmarking software to the one which the Razer representative suggested (I'm not paying that sort of money for something I don't really know much about!) I just wanted to ask if scores are the same no matter which software you use, and if so would I need to download the EC update as suggested? I've also no idea what a PROCHOT issue is?!

    Thanks in advance
    Simon
     
  14. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member


    The update fix of Razer 9000 score is based on a Free version of 3DMark Basic Edition - FireStrike Bench. You can download it from 3DMark site. Quoted in the 1st Official post (1 page)

    You should not need the EC Fix. Try 3DMark Firestrike 1st then we'll see.
     
  15. radioboxCarmine024

    radioboxCarmine024 New Member

    I found that using Throttlestop to disable turbo REDUCES the physics score on FS significantly.
    Leaving it on will gain you a few FPS in games as well.

    My top score so far is 10,000 (200/300 OC; BD PROCHOT off; ASPM off; native resolution; 130mv Undervolt CPU)

    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11932781
     
  16. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member


    Apologies, I didn't see the free version link. Will try it and get back to you.

    Thanks

    UPDATE: OK, so I did the Fire Strike test (with undervolted CPU -0.180v) and got a score of 8779.

    What do you reckon @Cyclo16? Should I do the test again with the default CPU voltage setting or should I just install the EC update?
     
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  17. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member

    So I did the test again at default voltage and got a number that was lower. I figure I prob need the fix, however when I went to the download link (that is pinned at the start of this topic) I have no idea where the update is?! Please can someone point me directly to the EC fix link? Thanks
     
  18. Cliche_au

    Cliche_au New Member

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  19. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    Let us know if the fix changes you score over 9000.
    But I don't understand how you could get a lower score with the higher default voltage of core.
     
  20. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member

    So when I ran the Blade update, it said my detected components were already up to date?! Not a great sign really, if I'm still benchmarking at under 9000!
     
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