Recently we migrated to new Windows 10. We apologise for not including some other cards, especially competing card from AMD in the result tables. We are working hard to update all table results.
Migration was not straightforward and without issues. We tried the windows upgrade and ended-up with some bugs related to Nvidia driver. The Nvidia driver was not shown in Control Panel among other installed programs, however Nvidia Control Panel was accessible and fully working. This issue was solved with an Nvidia driver reinstall.
We could not find a solution for the second, more serious problem. We were not allowed to rise the graphics card memory clock but the GPU overclocked without problems. This issue was present when we upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10.
A fresh install solved above mentioned problems. We believe that most of our readers will do fresh OS install however, and we advise you to do so.
Windows upgrade may work for the most users, but there is no warranty that every byte will at the right position after upgrade.
- Motherboard: EVGA X99 FTW
- CPU: Intel Core i7 5960K, 4.2GHz (Haswell-E)
- CPU Cooler: Thermalright HR-02
- Memory: 4x4GB Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 memory Review (HX430C15PBK4/16)
- SSD: Toshiba THNSNJ256GCSU 256GB
- Case: CoolerMaster Cosmos II
- Operating System: Win10 64-bit
- Nvidia 353.62
- Nvidia 355.65