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Hey guys. Here is my score:

TAViX | Gigabyte HD 5870 | 970core/1250RAM | 1050 | Core 2 Quad Q9650 @4.2GHz

 

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Hey guys. Here is my score:

TAViX | Gigabyte HD 5870 | 970core/1250RAM | 1050 | Core 2 Quad Q9650 @4.2GHz

http://img44.imageshack.us/img44/6031/heaven5870.jpg
TAV, your score is a little on the strong side. If you know anyone else with a 5870, or if anyone else on TPU could retest with the 10.1 drivers with comparable clocks then I would appreciate the comparison. If your score turns out to match like results with the same drivers then it will be stay, and if not it will be removed.
 

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I can give it a try Binge
 

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wolf|Sapphire 5870|960/1250|1027|i7 920@4.2Ghz

ran driver sweeper and installed cat 10.1

 
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just a little bit more proof that 5770's kick it and beat out single 5850's and 5870's consistently

InTeL-iNsIdE|Sapphire 5770's x2|920/1325|1145|i7 920@4.2Ghz

That puts me above all the ati 5850/5870 single card dx11 runs, not too mention my 3d06 score beats all 5850/5870 single results also :toast:

 

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In engines that scale well, like this, or SF4, or DMC4 for example it's obvious the 5770's are faster in straight line speed, benchmarks are well known for scaling GPU's as much as possible.

I still disagree that they beat out a 58xx card consistently given the vast array of games and applications that use GPU's, not to mention my points about two slots, so you can't add power to your setup later.

You could show me dozens of benchmark runs and in game FPS scores and I still disagree based on personal experience, where falling back on single card FPS (ie lower min fps than a single more powerful card) is an inevitability. The score might look better, but the gaming experience could be worse, not always, but it happens a whole lot depending on what you play.

In short, I concede to you that your 5770's bench faster/show higher numbers than a 58xx card, but I stand by a 58xx card being better for a gamer.
 

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I still disagree that they beat out a 58xx card consistently given the vast array of games and applications that use GPU's, not to mention my points about two slots, so you can't add power to your setup later.

You could show me dozens of benchmark runs and in game FPS scores and I still disagree based on personal experience, where falling back on single card FPS (ie lower min fps than a single more powerful card) is an inevitability. The score might look better, but the gaming experience could be worse, not always, but it happens a whole lot depending on what you play.
Yea I guess your right, I mean all the reviews that say they do not just in benches but also in games and my own testing must be a coverup :laugh:

Yes its a dual gpu setup and yes some people experience issues with dual gpu setups, I agree, however when done right and its working then the benefits are easy to see, and there are little/none scaling issues with any modern games, or at least that I have come across anyway.

Ok ok a single gpu solution is the best option because of those issues which can arise with dual gpu setups and also power consumption wise, though I would hazard 2 5770's use little more power than a single 5870.

Point is if you can get better/equal performance with a dual gpu setup for cheaper, which I did in my case, not too mention 5850's and 5870's were harder to get hold of, then it is worth it, crossfire and SLI have come a long way :toast:
 

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How does that work? For example if we use $ per 1000 marks and normal price from Newegg

2x Sappy 5770 = 2x $180 = $360, Heaven DX11 1145 marks
Performance cost = 1000/1145 * 360 = $314 per 1000marks

1x Sappy 5850 = 1x $300, Heaven DX11 1059 marks
Performance cost = 1000/1059 * 300 = $283 per 1000marks

Or are your 5770's at stock clocks :confused:

Having a price/performance column (based on normal prices) listed with the results would be nice. ;)
 
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How does that work? For example if we use $ per 1000 marks and normal price from Newegg

2x Sappy 5770 = 2x $180 = $360, Heaven DX11 1145 marks
Performance cost = 1000/1145 * 360 = $314 per 1000marks

1x Sappy 5850 = 1x $300, Heaven DX11 1059 marks
Performance cost = 1000/1059 * 300 = $283 per 1000marks

Or are your 5770's at stock clocks :confused:

Having a price/performance column (based on normal prices) listed with the results would be nice. ;)
UK prices are different to the US, I got my 5770's for £220 the cheapest 5850's are around £230-£245

I did say it was cheaper in my case
 
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Why is my score so High ( 885 ) compared to jjFarking XFX 5850 910 and Xternal PowerColor HD5770 584 ?
I have had re run test 3 times checked couple time res and setting to match of those that are asked and no driver tweaks.
 
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Why is my score so High ( 885 ) compared to jjFarking XFX 5850 910 and Xternal PowerColor HD5770 584 ?
I have had re run test 3 times checked couple time res and setting to match of those that are asked and no driver tweaks.
Cause your running dx10
 

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Why is my score so High ( 885 ) compared to jjFarking XFX 5850 910 and Xternal PowerColor HD5770 584 ?
I have had re run test 3 times checked couple time res and setting to match of those that are asked and no driver tweaks.
I would like to know that too...:shadedshu
 

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Just noticed this..... gonna give it a run to see how the old 4890's will do.
 

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Why is my score so High ( 885 ) compared to jjFarking XFX 5850 910 and Xternal PowerColor HD5770 584 ?
I have had re run test 3 times checked couple time res and setting to match of those that are asked and no driver tweaks.
For some people they are getting a boost because the program supports their cpu. For instance I'm seeing users with Q9550s getting better scores than users with i7s. This isn't much of an issue, but I thought it should be mentioned.

::EDIT:: UPDATE!

  • Great run Black Panther :)
  • r9, your score was removed. For some reason your DX11 run isn't tessellating.
  • AthlonX2 & 2DividedByZero PLEASE read the first post, this is very important as you have run the benchmark. If you want to have your results added you must present your information in the correct format. There are no exceptions.
 
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[*]AthlonX2 & 2DividedByZero PLEASE read the first post, this is very important as you have run the benchmark. If you want to have your results added you must present your information in the correct format. There are no exceptions.
Post the screenshots of your SCORE along with CPU-Z,GPU-Z and your Desktop Date and Time..



strange as I appear to have included all of the above, what am I missing???


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strange as I appear to have included all of the above, what am I missing???


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Those are only the rules about what must be in your screenshot. Your post must include the following.

If you want your card listed here be sure to post all in Table format like below. The X's represent your final score in a given benchmark.

BiNGE|Sapphire 5850|1020/1250|XXXXX|i7 920@4.2Ghz
 

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Updated! Thank you very much for editing your submissions. :toast:
 
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I`m setting API DX11 and tessellation ON. How come the test endsup DX10 or w/o tessellation as you suggest ?