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UNIGINE-Valley BENCHMARK scores

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by purecain, May 8, 2013.

  1. the54thvoid

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    MR benches quite a lot. He knows all the benching tricks. I'm sure he has stated before (please correct me if I'm wrong MR) that benching is about getting the highest score, regardless of what you do. That may involve some low level driver tweaks or adjusting gfx controls from global settings panels in gfx user interfaces on windows (CCC or Nv control panel).
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    One more time:

    1000/2200 1.135V

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    Here's mine 950/2280 it only reports 1 card but both are working AFAIK

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    Ran a couple more. This was 4826 on the CPU and 950/2250 GPU came in at 3695

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    AND 4956 cpu same vid speeds came in at 3722 puts me right behind the54thvoids Titan
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    4xaa + 8xaa

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    Here's my score:

    2xTitans 1045 Core/6710 mem CPU@5GHz

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    D1NKY FX8350 @4.4 HD7950 @ 1225/1750


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    Welp here is mine...
    2x7770s at 1100 core/1300mem...

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    Made one more stab at it 950/1260/FX 8350 @ 5.3 came in at 3845

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    New score, all i did was flash both cards with the RR09SS bios, haven't OC'd the GPU, just the memory:

    GeForce GTX Titan SC x2 1045MHz Core/6750MHz memory: 5863

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    Will OC the GPU and probably break the 6K barrier soon :rockout: will upload the new score soon :)
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  11. Knight091

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    First test run with my two GTX 690s. the only thing I OCed was the GPUs nothing other was OCed yet. I am waiting on my new CPU to come in. I got the Intel Core i7-3930K. The CPU I have now is holding me back A LOT.

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    what , R they giving away titans and 680's? jesus.
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    i'll add all new scores when I get a minute.. I cant wait to see if haswell and the 780's make any difference...
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    Haswell i7 4770K @ 4.7GHz, 2xEVGA Titan SCs @ GPU 1186MHz / Mem 6750MHz

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    I hope you find the time to update the scores soon, it wasn't easy breaking the 6K barrier :p

    It seems like Haswell is faster than SB-E at lower clocks, at 4.7GHz my score was higher than with my 3930K at 5GHz.

    In my experience this benchmark is highly sensitive to CPU IPCs as OCing the GPU and mem for my card didn't make much of a difference on my LGA2011 rig (I wasn't getting over 6K no matter how hard I tried, dunno how MR got such a high score on the same proc but his mem OC is insane too :p), however, moving to Haswell alone gave my system the boost necessary to reach that score
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    another stab at it with an ivy chip

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    Going to Ivy got me over the 300 mark.

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    I want a gtx780 now.... and Haswell.... see how long my current system keeps my finger off the trigger...
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    update scoresssssssss pleaaaaseeeeeeeeeee lol
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    Thanks for updating the table! :rockout:

    Only problem is my cards are Titans, not 780s :p

    But yeah, for the price and the performance 780s offer, they are a better deal than Titans, i would wait if I were you for AMD to release their cards as I suspect Nvidia won't be able to charge $650 for the 780 after that :)
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    After much fine tuning, this is my score :D Could've gone a bit more but nahhh, I think I pushed my beloved PC enough today LOL Quite satisfying anyway :toast:

    This is my GPU-Z validation http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/47dya/

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    Wanted to see what these cards (and CPU) would do at stock:
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    I would like to see 690 card in this test, because there are people saying that 690 is better than Titan, or 3 780s as it will perform 2 Titan, any test for those?

    I quote to me from another site when i was getting Titan:

    "I'm not entirely sure I'm following your logic, if there is any, but to each his own. Was simply offering a bit of advice while you had the chance to swap. I was just under the assumption that you bought the Titan for performance. Is this assumption correct? It seems you think that I think value is a tradeoff from performance. That is not the case. Value is directly correlated with performance, actually. With performance in mind, the 1000 you spent on the single Titan is not the best performance solution that you can get for 1000 USD.

    Example:

    1 Titan = 1000 USD
    1 GTX 780 = ~92-95% of the performance of Titan, the OC'd partner models are actually outperforming Titans = 650 USD
    2 GTX 770s = 800-900USD
    1 GTX 690 = 1000 USD and is 5-15% faster, depending on the game.

    Two GTX 770s, specially overclocked will destroy a single 780 and the Titan.


    2 Titans = 2000 USD
    2 780s = 1300 USD
    3 780s = 1950 USD
    2 GTX 690s = 2000USD

    These two solutions in most reviews, due to variaton in SLi scaling, perform nearly identical, so therefor spending the extra 700 on the Titans over the 780s is a waste, and you could spend it elsewhere in your rig for even more performance. You can even buy 3 780s for the price of two Titans. And if you're intent on dropping 2 grand, even two 690s will outperform the two Titans. Best choice in this niche? The two 780s. Best choice if you're intent on ignoring value and spending 2000? The 3 780s, followed by the 2 690s, then the two Titans.


    So what I'm saying is on a performance mindset, buying a Titan these days is simply a purchase for novelty. The card does not fill in any performance space at all, because at or around 1000 USD, all other options are better. Two 780s for 300 more, Two 770s for 200 less, a single 690 for the same price, even two GTX 670s would perform right there with a Titan and cost 350 less. ALL of those options are the better buying choice."


    Any clue or comment?
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    5775 | HammerON | 2x MSI GTX 780 core@ 1110/1150MHz and mem@ 3005MHz| i7 4770K @ 4.4GHz
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    Yup, Titan is definitely not the smartest buy now that the 780 is out, we've had a few threads discussing that already, I highly recommend using the search function in our forum to look for these threads (mostly those related to the numerous 780 reviews) IMHO this is not the right thread to discuss that :) (not that anyone in their right mind would argue against that fact anyways)

    As for 690 results, there's already a couple in this very same thread, however, due to poor scaling found in quad SLI setups, dual Titans (and 780s for that matter) still score better in most benchmarks.

    Hope purecain reads my post and change my cards to Titans in the table :)

    Btw, awesome results to HammerOn! Your cards are coming awfully close to systems runing Titans, at the moment no other card beats the 780 when it comes to bang for your buck ;)
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    Ya I have two GTX 690 and they are great but ya they do not hold up to the new cards.

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