Razer Blade 2016 GTX 1060 (Benchmarks)

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

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  1. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    Yeah that is what I thought too. Your blade came out after the fix so it's built-in. Around 8800 score you are not so far from 9000. It is not an issue to me. You might have some wrong options somewhere.
     
  2. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member

    Ha ok! Well I wouldn't know where to begin, with knowing what the correct settings are, so will prob leave it. I suppose if it's pretty much 9000 as is, then I won't worry too much about it. Thanks
     
  3. DenizRazer

    DenizRazer New Member

    Can u do this with
    ASPM Off in BIOS?
     
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  4. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    If you ASPM off in Bios, it should go up 200 points or more.

    He would get 10300 at least.:wink_:
    I managed max 10136.
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18481037?
     
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  5. Volicarebear

    Volicarebear New Member

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  6. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes, I've got even 500MHz once, but firestrike score was better than normal clock speed, about 9280 compare to normal about 9200 (before you found this ASPM tweak), don't know why;)
    EDIT: No OC, NVIDIA experience uninstalled.
     
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  7. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    I don´t know, never paid much attention to it before in 3dmark...I would say, just monitor the clock with hwinfo or gpu-z.
     
  8. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    It is like every benchmarking software is giving a different clock speed,afterburner riva, Unigine, 3D Mark ... who knows the real speed ?!
     
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  9. Volicarebear

    Volicarebear New Member

    Oh ya I don't use 3dmark to monitor speeds I usually just pay attention to afterburner or hwinfo. I was just wondering if that was an issue for other people.
     
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  10. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    Indeed, looking over my scores, the 3dmark show clock speeds all over the place.
     
  11. Simondorondo

    Simondorondo New Member

    I have no idea how to do that or what it is, sorry :/
     
  12. Volicarebear

    Volicarebear New Member

    If you have the 2016 1060 Blade and version 2 of the bios installed there is a setting in the bios under chipset called ASPM which is suppose to help with battery life but causes some latency on the gpu. Changing it to disabled makes the 1060 perform considerably better and it actually doesn't affect battery life either way.
     
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  13. Hawk_gaming712

    Hawk_gaming712 New Member

    I wish my laptop ran that good
     
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  14. I'll try this in the morning and let everyone know
     
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  15. Cyclo16

    Cyclo16 Member

    http://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/3212733

    100% Percentile on the GTX 1060 mobile ?

    Does is means that there is no better socre ?

    User benchmark is a bit random to me ... sometimes CPU does good sometimes no .. samething for other components
     
  16. Gahurissant

    Gahurissant Member

    So guys, I fired up Firestrike because I realized my framerate was not as good as expected on some games and scored 8345 ... I guess that is not normal ...

    Anybody could help me?
     
  17. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    Did you install the EC fix released last year?
    http://dl.razerzone.com/drivers/Blade142016B5/ECUpdater/BladeUpdater_v1.0.4.9.zip
    And the Bios Update released a couple of months ago?
    http://dl.razerzone.com/support/Blade142016B5/B5 BIOS 2.00 updater.7z

    After updating the Bios to V.2, you can disable ASPM in the Bios, and the firestrike score should go up 300 points.
     
  18. Gahurissant

    Gahurissant Member

    So I was sure I did the EC fix, but apparently I was at version 2.0 instead of 4.0.

    I also did the bios update and disabled the ASPM earlier.
    I'll double check that.

    Now I get 9486 so already a huge improvement.
    is there anything else I can do to boost performance?
     
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  19. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    @Gahu, that is already a great score for the RB....so to get any higher you have to overclock the GPU with Afterburner.
     
  20. Gahurissant

    Gahurissant Member

    Okay I'll avoid overclocking such a thin laptop =)
    Thanks =) performance in overwatch are a ton better now
     
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