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New - Unigine Heaven Benchmark Compilation 2.5v

Reason It has brought to my attention that TPU's other Unigine Heaven Benchmark Copulation is still using version 2.0. Which is Fine. But Heaven Benchmark Has been updated twice in the mean time. It has been getting confusing for members using Heaven benchmark. People in that thread have been using everything from version 2.0 through version 2.5. So Instead so we are not comparing scores from 3 different versions of the benchmark. I will start this Compilation for Version 2.5 *only*

Rules: Must Be Using Unigine Heaven Benchmark 2.5v
Must show a screen Shot of your score
Screen shot must be displayed with GPU-Z/ Unigine Heaven Score File and CPU-Z Shot.
The Settings we will be using will be the same from the other thread....
Res- 1280x1024
AA- x4
AF- x8
Shaders- High
Any DX version You Like (just specify)
Tessellation - Normal
Everything else at defaults (While I left the settings the same for right now I will let you guys choose if you want me to sperate scores by resolutions... But we need enough people agreeing on it to count I won't do it if one person only complains about it.)
Must be entered with the following format....


20mmrain - Heaven Score - AVG FPS - GPU and Clocks - CPU and Clocks - DX version

"Example"
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20mmrain - 2096 - 83.2 - 6950 1gb Xfire 800/1250 - i7 860 3.8ghz - DX11

So that I can easily Cut and paste. I will check the scores every night when I get home since I work second Shift. So please if you do not see you scores posted right away.... Don't fret! I will update them soon!
 
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So with that said let the fun begin!!!

New Chart Is Posted will edit once a day or as needed.....

Update 6 ATI.jpg


Update 6 Nvidia.jpg


Had to split them but they are updated...
 
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rickss69-*2089*-*82.9*-*Sapphire 5970 @ 975/1200-*Intel 2600K @ 4.5GHz*-DX 11
 

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rickss69-*2089*-*82.9*-*Sapphire 5970 @ 975/1200-*Intel 2600K @ 4.5GHz*-DX 11
Yeah thanks bud :) I kind of made that confusing you don't need the * Symbol I just put that there to stress in quotations what you need. I will fix that.
 
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Made me work for it hehe...hard to cool this card in the gamer. ;)

rickss69-2117-84.1-Sapphire 5970 @ 990/1200-Intel 2600K @ 4.5GHz-DX 11
 

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Nice!!!! I'm gonna have to go for it now!!! But in the mean time Here is some to fill the other DX versions...
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20mmrain - 3201 - 127.1 - XFX6950 1gb Xfire 800/1250 - i7 860 3.8Ghz - DX9


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20mmrain - 2824 - 112.1 - XFX6950 1gb Xfire 800/1250 - i7 860 3.8Ghz - DX10
 
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Not sure what use it is but the benchmark is freakin beautiful! :)
 
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Not sure what use it is but the benchmark is freakin beautiful! :)
Yeah Agreed.... It doesn't prove anything but I love running it! I actually wish there was a game based on it! It would be one hell of a beautiful game!!!

New Score....Had to push it a little more but it is as high as I cn go with out breaking CCC Core Mhz To go any higher on the core I will have to resort to MSI AB Most likely also adjust my GPU memory and CPU overclocks as well. Well I am all done until tonight after work.... Keep posting them guys I will update when I get home tonight Good luck and have fun!!!

20mmrain - 2164 - 85.9 - XFX6950 1gb Xfire 800/1250 - i7 860 3.8Ghz - DX11
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Yeah Agreed.... It doesn't prove anything but I love running it! I actually wish there was a game based on it! It would be one hell of a beautiful game!!!

New Score....

20mmrain - 2164 - 85.9 - XFX6950 1gb Xfire 800/1250 - i7 860 3.8Ghz - DX11
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=40978&stc=1&d=1299527281
Good one! I can't go much further with the card in the case...it gets to dang hot. :ohwell: At some point I will run this with CF 5970's on the torture rack where I can deal with the temps better. :toast:
 
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Good one! I can't go much further with the card in the case...it gets to dang hot. :ohwell: At some point I will run this with CF 5970's on the torture rack where I can deal with the temps better. :toast:
Nice do that I would love to see that score!!!.... I bet it will be freaking awesome! I will post more later and go past the CCC limits. Also can't wait til these babies are water cooled. I am almost finished with that. But....if I go ttoo much farther with their current stock coolers.... these things get fairly hot too!!

But I don't think with even water cooling I will be able to beat two 5970's.... Possibly after I get my 3rd 6950 with my taxes :) But I will always give it a shot!!!
 
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After flashing the 5970's they are really too dang hot to run on air tbh. I may consider a water block for one of them to take advantage of their capabilities, tho I didnt really want to deal with it for the gamer. Btw, I use CCC for the clocks and Afterburner to bump volts.
 
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After flashing the 5970's they are really too dang hot to run on air tbh. I may consider a water block for one of them to take advantage of their capabilities, tho I didnt really want to deal with it for the gamer.
Wut temps you talking about out of curiosity??? You are talking Quad fire too right??? I can tell yah I don't like seeing temps above 82c for long periods of time. My 6950 1gb cards right now do all right the bottom card is about 77c with can at 50% But the top is really hot around 90c during Furmark! Of course that is during furmark.

Gaming it's more like....67c Bottom 77c to 80c top
 

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HammerON - 3253 - 129.1 - EVGA GTX 580 SLI 927/1002 - i7 970 4.0GHz - DX11


Will do a single 580 run...

Having difficulty overclocking the memory for some reason. I am usually able to oc the memory easily on 3DMark Vantage and 11. Still playing with it though:)
 
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I just ran it stock clocks with 1.200 volts max...you can imagine what the temps are like with the card clocked with 1.300 volts. ^ We have both been blown out of the water! :laugh:
 

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HammerON - 3253 - 1239.1 - EVGA GTX 580 SLI 927/1002 - i7 970 4.0GHz - DX11
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Having difficulty overclocking the memory for some reason. I am usually able to oc the memory easily on 3DMark Vantage and 11. Still playing with it though:)
Nice score that is sure humbling! Those GTX 580 cards are a beast in Tessellation!! Really nice welcome to the first and top spot in the Nvidia side!!!


I just ran it stock clocks with 1.200 volts max...you can imagine what it is with the card clocked with 1.300 volts. ^ We have both been blown out of the water!
Yeah we have been!!! :respect: Although I bet I can break 100FPS with more CPu OC and more GPU CO I know my cards and CPU can go higher.... But I still can't beat him LOL

Alright guys leaving now will update when I get home tonight.... around 1am Central time I will check out the new scores then.
 
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Leaving for work myself soon. Just got a 5850 I'm itching to try...good time to yank the 5970 and do some serious benching! ;)
 
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Leaving for work myself soon. Just got a 5850 I'm itching to try...good time to yank the 5970 and do some serious benching! ;)
You really should I 'd like to see it!! :toast:
 

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Here is a run with a single 580:


Now at 4.6GHz:

HammerON - 1814 - 72 - EVGA GTX 580 950/1070 - i7 970 4.63GHz - DX11
Not much of a change with the CPU overclock???

Now I tried running SLI at the 4.63GHz however I ran into problems. It appears that SLI is not working correctly and even though Afterburner and GPU-Z show my overclocks, the benchmark is not running at those speeds and even appears to be disabling one card:



I am going to re-run my 4.0GHz run with SLI (overclock) and see what GPU-Z sensor log shows
 
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heh... 1234

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Here's my effort:



erocker - 1847 - 73.3 - eVga GTX 580SC @ 950/4200 - PII 1100T @ 4.1ghz - DX11
 
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"Not much of a change with the CPU overclock???"

I pointed this out early in the old thread. High cpu clocks will acually hurt scores in this benchmark. Just the opposite is true for Tropics and Sanctuary. There is a "sweet spot" for any given cpu...I do not know why this is.
 
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Here is mine...I didn't push it just ran it on my 24/7 settings. I will have to push it when I get some spare time.

JATownes-2094-83.1-MSI TwinFrozr II 6870 Crossfire 980/1100-Phenom II 965 @ 3.9GHz-DX 11

 

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Krony - 1886 - 74.9 - eVGA GTX 580 SC @ 955/1050 - i7 950 @ 4.2GHz - DX11

Would also be nice to have 2 different sets of runs, as in this Normal DX11 run and an Extreme DX11 run with tesselation set to extreme with 8xAA and 16xAF on maybe 1920x1080 as this is a pretty popular gaming resolution.

 
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Lionheart - 85 - MSI Twin Frozr HD6950's 2GB Crossfired @ 840/1325 - i7 920 @ 4GHz - DX11

This is my first uploaded benchmark ever, thought I would give it a shot:toast: