Tuesday, April 11th 2017

Unigine Superposition 1.0 Benchmark Released

(Re)member that dazzling-looking Superposition benchmark from Unigine - the one that was supposed to have arrived late 2016? The one that apparently wasn't good enough for Steam? Well it has been released, and you can now gobble up all of those realistic graphics for yourself and your GPU of choice. Some standout features include the ability to scale rendering resolution all the way up to 8K, so... Go on ahead, click that link below, make your graphics cards scream, and elbow one another for the top result. I will be with you in a little while. Go on after the break for some more features and a little teaser on what the benchmark is all about.

Download Link: Unigine Superposition Benchmark 1.0Can I just say I love me some Nicola Tesla on the walls?

Features
  • Top-notch visuals powered by UNIGINE 2 Engine
  • Global leaderboards for benchmark scores
  • Stress load for the GPU heating system
  • Scalable quality settings
  • VR mode (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive)
  • Free interactive mode with mini-games
  • Support for Windows and Linux
  • Compare your hardware scores with other users worldwide!
  • Check if your rig is VR-ready!
"A lone professor performs dangerous experiments in an abandoned classroom, day in and day out. Obsessed with inventions and discoveries beyond the wildest dreams, he strives to prove his ideas.

Once you come to this place in the early morning, you would not meet him there. The eerie thing is a loud bang from the laboratory heard a few moments ago. What was that? You have the only chance to cast some light upon this incident by going deeply into the matter of quantum theory: thorough visual inspection of professor's records and instruments will help to lift the veil on the mystery."

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18 Comments on Unigine Superposition 1.0 Benchmark Released

#1
birdie
Intel Core i5 2500 + MSI Armor 1060GTX 6GB (stock freq/voltage)

Linux 4.10 x86-64 + NVIDIA 381.09 beta:

FullHD High (5844):

FullHD Extreme (2012):

4K Optimized (3571):
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#2
Steevo
My system 5032 Full HD High
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#3
Basard
A good benchmark of my new internet... recently upgraded from six to sixty megabit! Done downloading before I could even reply to the thread.... I will come back with an edit of my score!
Well, everybody's posting in another thread, I'll go there....
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#4
evernessince
Basard, post: 3636571, member: 33749"
A good benchmark of my new internet... recently upgraded from six to sixty megabit! Done downloading before I could even reply to the thread.... I will come back with an edit of my score!
Well, everybody's posting in another thread, I'll go there....
Welcome to the modern era. Now at least when you go to South Korea or Japan you'll only soil yourself instead of exploding out of your pants when you use their internet.
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#5
MrGenius
How about a game of Name That Physicist ?



Left to right:
Spoiler: "All is revealed"
1. Nikola Tesla
2. Albert Einstein
3. J. J. Thomson
4. Marie Curie
5. Max Born
6. Max Planck
7. Wilhelm Röntgen
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#6
bogami
We have a nice test in a small area and high precise detail. I was a little surprised by the result, which is not so high. However, there are still bugs. CPU operating frequency is 4.8GH and not 3.5Gh. 4K optimaizd high priset score was .10622 LOL !![IMG]https://scontent.flju2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/17855375_10207309913904533_5179110325843510692_o.jpg?oh=3938d832267bb363710a61018f7c05df&oe=59984703[/IMG]
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#7
bug
@birdie What distro are you running? Cause I have a very similar system and Superposition fails to run for me.
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#8
Athlonite


yup real good benchmark this one is OpenGL works fine but we all know AMD suck in OpenGL and with no DX12 or Vulcan I don't see why they bothered with this junk

Hmmm tried custom and chose 1920x1080 FHD worked in DX11 mode

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#9
birdie
bug, post: 3636824, member: 157434"
@birdie What distro are you running? Cause I have a very similar system and Superposition fails to run for me.
CentOS 7 64 + vanilla kernel 4.10.

Not exactly a distro for the average user.

Edit: what error do you get? Can you post the output?

Athlonite, post: 3636858, member: 80893"

yup real good benchmark this one is OpenGL works fine but we all know AMD suck in OpenGL and with no DX12 or Vulcan I don't see why they bothered with this junk
Hmmm tried custom and chose 1920x1080 FHD worked in DX11 mode
Your results are ... way too impressive for your GPU, unless you're running a dual/triple crossfire configuration. Can you use standard presents?
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#10
springs113
I didn't read fully but does this support multi gpu?
My scores seem quite low and on top of that, my sis info readings are off.
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#11
bug
birdie, post: 3636877, member: 131299"
CentOS 7 64 + vanilla kernel 4.10.

Not exactly a distro for the average user.

Edit: what error do you get? Can you post the output?
No can do. All I see is a flash of a dialogue that seems to mention an error when I try to start the benchmark. Apparently no logs on disk either :(
I'm on KDE Neon which is also on kernel 4.10. Weird.
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#12
birdie
bug, post: 3636893, member: 157434"
No can do. All I see is a flash of a dialogue that seems to mention an error when I try to start the benchmark. Apparently no logs on disk either :(
I'm on KDE Neon which is also on kernel 4.10. Weird.
Neon is based on Debian while there are known problems with this benchmark and Debian. Perhaps 1.0.1 release will fix them.
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#13
bug
birdie, post: 3636927, member: 131299"
Neon is based on Debian while there are known problems with this benchmark and Debian. Perhaps 1.0.1 release will fix them.
My post is right below that one ;)
I'm not getting the same error (no gtk), but I do see something about SSL. Oh well, it's just a benchmark, won't make my card faster or slower...
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#14
sn2x
GPU: 2.1 GHz, 9.5 GHz Memory
CPU: 4.2 GHz, 2.4 GHz Memory

Full HD High(7249)

Full HD Extreme(2671)

4K Optimized(4389)
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#15
xenu
CPU: 2500k@4600MHz
GPU: MSI R9 290x Lightning@Stock

Full HD High: 4736


Full HD Extreme: 2058


4K Optimized: 2980
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#16
Prima.Vera
Just some quick tests with default freqs, no over-clock or anything:

1080p Extreme - 4159:


3440x1440 - 4K Optimized - 10745:
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#17
birdie
Windows 7 64 results for the same PC:

1080p High 6434 (+10% vs Linux/OpenGL):


1080p Extreme 2338 (+16% vs Linux/OpenGL):


4K Optimized 3889 (+9% vs Linux/OpenGL):
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