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Spoiler Alert: Early 470 & 480 benches

Collection of Fermi Benchmarks: courtesy phk, asuka, obr, kakkoii, kravis, donanim haber, heise.de, computerbase, expreview, & pctuning.cz






PCB lengths:
HD5870 280mm 28.0cm, 11.02 inches (including backplate & enclosure, 267mm without)
GTX480 267mm 26.7cm, 10.51 inches
GTX470 243mm 24.3cm, 9.56 inches

General performance:
gtx285 75%
hd5850 80%
gtx470 90-95%
hd5870 100%
gtx480 110-115%
hd5970 140%

---------GTX470----------------GTX480----------------GTX470------

---------GTX470----------------GTX480----------------GTX470------


GTX470 Cooler:






~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GTX 470 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Specifications rumor: 625mhz core, 1250mhz hot, 1000mhz memory (4000mhz DDR) 320bit Samsung 0.5ns GDDR5 1280mb, 215W, 448sp, 56 tmu, 40 rop, €349.00, $369.00













GTX470 Device ID = NVIDIA_DEV.06C0.01 = "NVIDIA GF100", this part has been in testing since Forceware v185.20 first spotting:
DriverVer = 12/26/2008, 7.15.11.8520 (15 months of testing ~ same timeframe as cypress coming out of TSMC Jan. 09)
core @ 625, shader @ 1255 MHz
RAM @ 1600 MHz, 2000 Mhz
800mhz (phk's sample) / 1000mhz (obr's sample and the final clocks) GDDR5 Samsung modules (possibly 5gbps)
All the 470 benches done at 800mhz memory, final is supposed to be 1000mhz
GF100 main advantage is high-res, high-tessellation, minimum fps

GTX470 VS HD5870 in various games @ high-res, high-aa:
GTX 470 625|1255|800 ------ HD 5870 850|850|1200



Crysis Warhead:




Tom Clancy's HAWX:



Devil May Cry 4:

????????? Havent seen screens for this game yet

World in Conflict:
2560 x 1600 Ultra 4xAA Max
5870(orange) vs. gtx470(light green)
(Ignore the color of "5870" and "GTX4x0" in the top right, colors were inverted for the overlapping image)




Farcry2:
2560 x 1600 Ultra 8xAA Max DX10 min/avg/max
5870: 17/32/55
GTX470: 30/40/67





Stalker Call of Pripryat:
2560 x 1600 Ultra 4xAA Max DX11




Dirt 2 w/ DX11:



3dmark Vantage:

Performance Vantage- P17156 (GTX470)
(compare HD5850/HD5870: 14300/17303) - GTX480 est.: 17156 x 1.2 = P20,500
Extreme Vantage - X7511 (GTX470)
(compare GTX285/HD5850/HD5870: 6002/6430/8730) - GTX480 est.: 7511 x 1.2 = X9013
GTX470 will have a score of 167xx and 73xx, under Performance preset (1280x1048, 1x AA) and Extreme preset (1900x1200, 4xAA) respectively. Which are 13% and 20% faster than GTX285 and is quite competitive when compared to the results of 5870 under Performance preset. GTX470 will have a wide lead in the benchmarks of the DX10 game, Far Cry 2, with 80fps under the following settings: 1920x1200, 4xAA, 16xAF. However, as there are different benchmarks of Far Cry 2, the data is not ideal for making comparisons with other video cards. GTX470 can achieve a frame rate of around 30fps during the DX11 Uniengine Benchmark under 1920x1200, with 4xAA and 16xAF, which is apparently better than the 5870.


Unigine Heaven:

1920x1200 16xaf benchmark
4xAA [fps]: 29/22/27 (GTX470/HD5850/HD5870)
8xAA [fps]: 20/19/23 (GTX470/HD5850/HD5870)





~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GTX 480 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Specifications rumor: 600-650mhz core, 1250-1350mhz hot, 1000mhz memory (4000mhz DDR) 384bit Samsung 0.4ns GDDR5 1536mb, 280W, 512sp, 60 tmu, 48 rop, €469.00, $489.00












3dMark 2006:

gtx480 (model with 512 shaders)

hd5870



GTX480 vs. HD5970 Unigine Heaven DX11 Benchmark:
1920 x 1080 0xAA 1xAF

Geforce GTX 480 stock / Core i7 960 @ 3.33ghz / Heaven v. 1.1 ---------------------------

video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpdPSZB8A8E&feature=related

Radeon HD 5970 stock / Core i7 920 @ 3.78ghz / Heaven v. 1.0 ---------------------------

video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvvQAQU7Sjg

Heavy Tessellation:
GTX 480: 43 fps / HD 5970: 29 fps

GTX 480: 45 fps / HD 5970: 36 fps


Medium Tessellation:
GTX 480: 44 fps / HD 5970: 57 fps

GTX 480: 50 fps / HD 5970: 60 fps


Very Little Tessellation:
GTX 480: 44 fps / HD 5970: 69 fps

GTX 480: 71 fps / HD 5970: 112 fps


Using Illuminated Logo:
GTX 480: 9001 fps / HD 5970: 0 fps


Here's a Full run to reference the time/framerate on the graph below: (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F6zSgtRnkE). The toughest scene for the Ati cards is around the 2 minute mark in the benchmark. The camera does a 360 around the heavily tessellated dragon in the early morning sun light, at which point the GTX480 has a higher average framerate than even the OC'ed HD 5970 at the 120 second mark. GF100 is whooping ATI's ass in tessellation. :respect: Must be the 4 triangles per clock? I dunno.


Dark Void – 1920x1200 – AA4x – PhysX
GTX 285: 38.3
GTX 480: 77.6


FarCry 2 – 1920x1200 – AA4x – No physX
GTX 285: 51 FPS
GTX 480: 84 FPS




Ati's response to GTX 480 is the 2GB 5870 "Eyefinity6" that has been sitting on a shelf collecting dust since last summer:
 
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great find... thanks
 

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The 5970 & 4xx look like very similar performing cards. It'll all come down to $/performance & "features" specific to the card / brand. If NVIDIA smart, they won't put these cards at steep prices, but they have to recoup their development costs. And the costs for this card are probably very high.
 
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AMD will bring out the HD5890 2GB to counter attack the GTX 480, then lower prices at the same time:D:D:D

I hope Nvidia bring out the GTX 480 in 3GB versions, I wanna get 2 and SLI them both, I want 3D Bitches :D:D:D
 
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hell and you know damn well with nvidia there will be a GTX485,475,and495(<<dual gpu) this dual gpu will most likely end up longer than the 5970 imo
 
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I see the angle here. Show benchmarks that are vram dependant more so then GPU dependant. For example showing results at 2560, one example that shows mins (which really isn't playable), etc.
 

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Hmmm, 10-15% increase against 5870. Not too shabby, but can be better. Winner provides the better price, and I would like to see Nvidia's cards below the $400 mark, but that is highly unlikely.
 

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Hmmm, 10-15% increase against 5870. Not too shabby, but can be better. Winner provides the better price, and I would like to see Nvidia's cards below the $400 mark, but that is highly unlikely.
The problem is that the 5XXX series overclock very well and we know nothing about the GTX4XX overclocking results. If they match ATI's prices then they will have done something worthy of note. Otherwise they're really just catering to the GPGPU community.
 
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BAM! I win a prize for being right on the money with my performance predictions.

Give it a few months and the gap will change to around 30% I'd wager : ]

But ofcourse the NV card will cost more.

Its the last few generations all over again!
 
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I'm digging the heatsink, that's about it. :D
 
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If I could get a HD5870 that oc's to 1200mhz I would completely forget about fermi
 

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Fermi 32 AA

Whats going on with 32 AA single Fermi 470 and single Fermi 480 ;)
 

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Why is the 3Dmark06 score so low?I get in the 14,000s with my 260.:wtf:

And thats with my old cpu.:cool:

 
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thats a really bad score with a GTX260 and that setup, do you have the + version also is it ruinning with AA being forced.
 

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Bad score?I thought that was pretty normal for a 260.:wtf:
 
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no, its not a really bad score my bad but it is a tad low for a GTX260 with a quad core, I know last time I used one it got a bit higher than 16k stock with a O9550 but that was a good while ago.

maybe its the difference between a Q9550 and a Phenom 9950
 

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Yeah It was only overclocked to 3.1 too.
 
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Did I just see 1.8A @+12V for a blower?
If this is real we can feel the fermi "take off". :respect:
Hope this is just an engineering sample :shadedshu
 
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HA HA awesome, I'm sure it can run fairly slowly too, but would love to hear that at 100% must be insane :D
 
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a 12v @1Ablower fan at 100% = tragedy I remember the one on my XFX8800GS, it was louder than every fan in my pc combined, took it off in a day

still it seems Galaxy put out pics of its GTX470 when nvidia ordered all their partners to show nothing, lol
 
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IM still waiting for w1z to get it and give us officials
 
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HA HA awesome, I'm sure it can run fairly slowly too, but would love to hear that at 100% must be insane :D
I know, but even that legendary ATi Dust Buster is only a 0.8A fan. :respect:
I am just wonder who is the smartass that thinks it is a good idea to slap on that monster.
 

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maybe those holes in the pcb lessen the noise(looking for something good to say)