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Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Scores

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  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    It shows as a single gpu.
     
  2. Durvelle27

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    He said it was two GPUs
     
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    Yeah I seen that. Probably figured it was in crossfire mode but clearly the screen shot shows x1 for gpu and not x2
     
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    Yep but i think he fixed it
     
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    Crazy what happens when you start messing with mem clocks...

    I've been away on a trip for a buddy's surgery but when I get back I might try pushing it a bit more.

    Grats dude. Also, if you don't mind my asking what program are you using to show the info on the top left? Thanks.
     
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    i7 4770k @4.2 Ghz

    EVGA GTX 780 SC (ACX) SLI:
    -GPU 0: core 1027 mhz, boost 1080, est max 1196, memory 6008 mhz
    -GPU 1: core 1027 mhz, boost 1080, est max 1157, memory 6008 mhz

    16 GB Kingston hyper X @ 1600 mhz

    my rig unigine score.jpg
     
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    Welcome to TPU and nice score!
     
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    MSI Afterburner / River Tuner

     
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    Me

    Heaven 4.0.jpg
     
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    Some Red for the #2 spot. (Multi- GPU)

    Dual XFX 290x @ 1155MHz/1500MHz +100mV +100mV(aux)- 3930k @ 4.7GHz/ 2133MHz
    [​IMG]
     
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    Guys you must provide a in bench screen shot to be valid
     
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    It does not state in bench screen shot in your first post.
     
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    was stated a few posts back but it has been added to OP
     
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    I moved it to get a better picture of the dragon :p.
     
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    Lol ok

     
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    Haven't been added yet.
     
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    I'm very busy you have to give me time but it has been updated
     
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    There's something I still can't understand, I have 2 GTXs 780 SC (acx). I purchased the first one in july 2013, and the second one in december 2013, ok both cards have different ASIC quality, the first one is 58% and the second one is 75%, the card with the highest ASIC quality is capable of achieving higher core clock offset, but the card with the lowest ASIC quality only reaches +50 mhz and then it shows artifacts or crashes. The problem is that Unigine Heaven fps and score only change if I overclock the lowest card, I can push the fastest card to +200 mhz but it doesn't make a difference, for exaple:

    Test 1:

    GTX 780 SC with lowest ASIC quality: +50 mhz (max boost clock 1147 mhz)
    GTX 780 SC with highest ASIC quality: +50 mhz (max boost clock 1196 mhz)

    Results: UH score 2848 - avg FPS 113


    Test 2:

    GTX 780 SC with lowest ASIC quality: +50 mhz (max boost clock 1147 mhz)
    GTX 780 SC with highest ASIC quality: +100 mhz (max boost clock 1252 mhz)

    Results: UH score 2846 - avg FPS 112.9


    Test 3:

    GTX 780 SC with lowest ASIC quality: +70 mhz (max boost clock 1172 mhz)
    GTX 780 SC with highest ASIC quality: +70 mhz (max boost clock 1206 mhz)

    Results: UH score 2988 - avg FPS 117.4

    Is there something I'm doing wrong???
     
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    You really want clocks to mirror each other so try clocking them at the same clock
     
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    I'ts supposed that Kepler architecture allows SLI setups to handle different clock speeds at the same time, that's why identical cards have different boost clocks, depending on chip quality
     
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    Was just throwing out a suggestion bud


     
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    Don't underestimate stability. You got the best results with the most stable clocks for both cards.

     

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