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Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark Scores Part 2

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Oh wow, look at your two (three actually!) last results. Is that the price of a Ryzen 3rd gen vs Intel for (very) high refresh rates? Damn. Or is there an FPS cap on one of those runs? That is a huge difference for a 2060 vs 2080. Something is amiss...
 

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Have you tried using the 2080 in the Intel rig and seeing if the results are the same as the Ryzen PCs? Also I'd suggest using a pre-set rather than the custom :) Its powerful hardware, it's not going to run like a slide show I doubt :)
 
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Oh wow, look at your two (three actually!) last results. Is that the price of a Ryzen 3rd gen vs Intel for (very) high refresh rates? Damn. Or is there an FPS cap on one of those runs? That is a huge difference for a 2060 vs 2080. Something is amiss...
Has nothing to do with the CPU or GPU, it`s the crappy software from unigine.
 
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Has nothing to do with the CPU or GPU, it`s the crappy software from unigine.
That is just jumping to conclusions isn't it? Unigine is known to be pretty reliable as a bench.
 
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That is just jumping to conclusions isn't it? Unigine is known to be pretty reliable as a bench.
Then why does the Ryzen 3000 series perform the same as the Intel 9000 series in games (1080p), but not in unigine? Crappy software ....
 
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Then why does the Ryzen 3000 series perform the same as the Intel 9000 series in games (1080p), but not in unigine? Crappy software ....
Again a statement that is not supported by evidence. Intel CPUs still excel at high FPS, and Unigine is running into 300 FPS here.

We saw similar a year or two back with Unigine Valley, where GPUs would run most CPUs into a frequency wall at 1080p. Today, GPUs are faster. The 2080 is faster than the 1080ti was at the time.
 
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Again a statement that is not supported by evidence. Intel CPUs still excel at high FPS, and Unigine is running into 300 FPS here.

We saw similar a year or two back with Unigine Valley, where GPUs would run most CPUs into a frequency wall at 1080p.
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The evidence is here (pic), and here above in this thread.
 
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The evidence is here (pic), and here above in this thread.
A relative performance test on games running at ultra is evidence of different results in a benchmark? Do I need to explain how stupid this sounds?

Also, the point is not some silly AMD debate like you seem very eager to bait for on this forum. The point is figuring out for these people whether they are missing out on performance due to settings, or any other potential problem. The fact that a 2060 is scoring 5k and a 2080 much lower is cause for concern.
 
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A relative performance test on games running at ultra is evidence of different results in a benchmark? Do I need to explain how stupid this sounds?

Also, the point is not some silly AMD debate like you seem very eager to bait for on this forum. The point is figuring out for these people whether they are missing out on performance due to settings, or any other potential problem. The fact that a 2060 is scoring 5k and a 2080 much lower is cause for concern.
Has nothing to do with a stuppid AMD vs Intel debate, has to do with the crappy unigine software benchmark.
You suggest that Ryzen 3000 is a lot slower than Intel, I show you that it isn't. So it depends on that benchmark of unigine which has never been updated after release. (2009)
 
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Has nothing to do with a stuppid AMD vs Intel debate, has to do with the crappy unigine software benchmark.
You suggest that Ryzen 3000 is a lot slower than Intel, I show you that it isn't. So it depends on that benchmark of unigine which has never been updated after release. (2009)
I'd rather just analyze those results. The 2060 result is the odd one out here in fact. 5100 is impossible and looks tampered with.
 

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I've seriously got to get testing my 3900X and other Ryzen rigs I have here... Damn I'm so out of date!! :(
 
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I've seriously got to get testing my 3900X and other Ryzen rigs I have here...
I have a Ryzen 3800X to build, and my i9-9900K is just sitting too.
 

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I have a Ryzen 3800X to build, and my i9-9900K is just sitting too.
I'd like to get my 3900X on water before too much testing, stock settings are alright but I'm damn sure this thing will do so much better with a bit of tweaking... I'd love to track down a 9900K and grab a Z390 Dark to go with.... Not happening anytime soon yet tho :laugh: :cry:
 

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Well, I don't want anyone bored., my new score is around 4k. :)
How is this score, is it good?


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Benchmark Scores I've actually never benched it!! Too busy with WCG and FAH and not gaming!! :( :(
I'm guessing @Conar-XP that the score is a little more 'in line' with the hardware specs... :) For a second reading it, I thought you where testing in 4k :laugh: God I need some more sleep at nights.... :laugh:
 

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I'm guessing @Conar-XP that the score is a little more 'in line' with the hardware specs... :) For a second reading it, I thought you where testing in 4k :laugh: God I need some more sleep at nights.... :laugh:
When I said 4K, I mentioned the score, not the resolution.
 

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I'd like to get my 3900X on water before too much testing, stock settings are alright but I'm damn sure this thing will do so much better with a bit of tweaking... I'd love to track down a 9900K and grab a Z390 Dark to go with.... Not happening anytime soon yet tho :laugh: :cry:
My Ryzen-7 3800X is still in the box, but the i9-9900K is up and running.
I really like it's performance too.

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Leaving it stock, the performance is perfect. It goes to 5.17GHz when it needs to and it's stable.
I decided to just leave it alone and use it.

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