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Heaven 3.0 Benchmark Scores

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by neko77025, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. b00std New Member

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    I have a GTX 590 and GTS 450 so im not sure why it says GTX 450 under my graphics card lol.

    2500k @ 4.7GHz + GTX 590 @ 660/1750 :rockout:

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    For these scores to mean anything people really ought to stick to the OP's benchmark settings:

    1920 x 1080 resolution fullscreen.
    No AA
    8 x Anisotropy
    Normal Tesselation

    Here's a pixel info broadcast:
    1600 x 900 = 1.44 million
    1920 x 1080 = 2.0736 million
    2560 x 1440 = 3.6864 million
    2560 x 1600 = 4.096 million
    Those pixels make a massive difference to framerates.

    Anyway, here's the highest I can do. Afterburner maxes out at 1300 core and 1600 memory, on about 1.25v. Temps with 500rpm fans (silent) on rads max at 53 degrees.

    Anyone know how to increase the AB limits?

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    Yeah yeah, I know it useless and cannot be a comparison :ohwell:, but I just want to show to you guys. :toast:

    Default preset, at 1280x1024:

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    OP preset, minus the full HD resolution, at 1280x1024:

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    Full spec on the left.
     
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    My 7950

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    I think we should all do either 1920x1080 8x AF 0xAA normal tess OR if you cant do that 1280x720 16xAF 8xAA Extreme Tess :)
     
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    OK new drivers for nvidia

    OK Dudes, new drivers from nvidia 304.48 beta, before i had the 302.we one and noticed my average fps rise from 75.7 fps to 77.7 fps with 460 SLI, apparently it afects the 500 and 600 series a lil more, tests anyone?
     
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    Hey guys. This is as far as I'm willing to go with my Palit 680 2GB JS. Not pushing any further. I'm poor and I can't risk anything. :D

    This is also the first synthetic bench I did on my Palit. Maybe I was afraid to find out if it's a bad overclocker or something.:p

    Please comment on the score. Just for reassurance and sportsmanship of course. Nothing more, nothing less. Thank you.

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    Beasting score mate, good one :)
     
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    with the OP's settings:
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    These are my scores with the OP's settings. This is my first build (custom gaming PC) so bare with me. Tell me what you guys think. 2 x GTX680 reference, 3770k at 4.2ghz.
     

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    Lets try this again, I didnt know you had to post on an online picture sharing site. Same as previous post, GTX 680 reference x 2 and 3770k OC'd 4.2ghz[​IMG][/IMG]
     
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    ..hmm not sure if i will bother getting another one, if its just 47fps difference cant justify the price/performance ratio
     
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    Redo, 2 GTX 680's SLI

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    This is the newest benchmark same settings, but I closed all the other programs and restarted...much better for 2 gtx 680's
     
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    i just ran Heaven on my new installed Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit and i actually got a higher score than on my 32bit and my GTX 680 max hit 74c x:

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    what this thread needed was a leaderboard.... ^^
     
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    Here's my run with OP settings...but my monitor only supports 1680x1050.

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    Just upgraded from 5830 to a 670, here's the before and after, factory settings on both:

    Sapphire 5830
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    EVGA 670GTX FTW
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    6950x2 (Sapphire Radeon, OC to 870/1380)
    i7 3770 (BCLOCK @ 103 Mhz)
    12.4 Drivers
    1920x1080 (Using settings from first post)

    fps: 100.8
    Score: 2538
    Min : 14.8
    Max 214.1
     
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    With my i5-3570K overclocked to 4.5GHz

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    670x2 (EVGA FTW, exact specs unknown, but no OC was done)
    i7 3770 (BCLOCK @ 103 Mhz)
    301.42 Driver package
    1920x1080 (Using settings from first post)
    Windows 7 - 64 bit

    fps: 160.3
    Score: 4037
    Min : 54.0
    Max 308.2

    Seems like a nice boost over the 6950x2, but not a cheap way to go
     
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