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Graphics Benchmark shootout

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by candle_86, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. candle_86 New Member

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    Ok we have multiple threads for benchmarks, im creating a new thread that all can participate in.

    Top 20 in each cat get there name on the list.

    3dmark Vantage - SLI/Crossfire

    3dmark Vantage

    3dmark 06 - SLI/Crossfire

    3dmark 06

    3dmark 05 - SLI/Crossfire

    3dmark 05

    3dmark 03 - SLI/Crossfire

    3dmark 03

    Furbenchmark

    aquamark 3

    For 3dmark06 only GPU score counts on the list not overall, as CPU impacts way to much, so if you want to compete with your friends here is your chance.

    Need screenshots to verify all information, and need GPU-z and CPU-z with validated links.

    these will be the 20 best in each cat here on TPU, here is your chance to show your stuff.
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    should make diff sections for AIR, H2O, nitrogen etc.. level the field.
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    Using only GPU score doesn't really even the field. because the CPU score affects the GPU score in 06. If you want me to show proof I'll run 06 at 3.0ghz and 1.0ghz and not touch my GPU clocks.
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    yes i know but its more fair than the total score.

    As for LN2 ect if we get 20 LN2 rigs per section ill do that.
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    I think you should at least have a guideline for the CPU speed, 2.4-2.5 Ghz seems to the the standard these days, so I nominate that only CPU speeds within that range should be counted.

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