Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by FX-GMC, Mar 14, 2014.
I'll be nice and repost the reason your score will not be added.
From the OP
Quick question and my apologies if it has been answered before and I missed it.
I have 2x 7970 Lightnings crossfired and when I run the render test in GPU-Z the secondary card goes from 0/0 to 1070/1400 as it should, but when I run the Heaven benchmark and monitor the sensors with GPU-Z, the secondary card only goes to 300/150
My heaven score is only 62.0/1561 and that seems low.
Is this normal ?
That score is low. Try reinstalling the latest drivers and see if that helps.
Mine atm, OC 4770k @ 4.6ghz, cache 4.2ghz, ram 2400mhz,
340.51 driver @ gpu boost 1228mhz, ram stock
But I think it was ~1600 area with one driver, not sure atm. Will post again if there is a change
i5 2500k @ 4.5Ghz, 12GB DDR3 1333Mhz,
R9 280x @ 1242Mhz core, 1725Mhz memory, 1299mVolt
Score @ 1080
I think a 3rd GPU only really scales well in synthetic benchmarks and perhaps compute. I would've gone with a 290(X) before having many 280Xs
Added @TheHunter and @xonedl
After a little overclock 975/1425 on same Sapphire Dual-X R9 270. CPU again is i5 2500K at 4.5GHz. Had setting set at 1920 x 1080, even though it only shows 1450x888 (you can see how the program extends outside the screen of my monitor). Nice thing is the card idles at 28*C and only reached 58*C during testing. Is this good?
My Lenovo Y500 results
see post 1 in the thread: the score must be a in bench screenshot (or pics from a smartphone/camera) to be validated, thanks.
and also Tesselation must be set on extreme (all settings or rules on post 1 are mandatory.)
Thanks for participating. Unfortunately I cannot compare your score with the others who ran the benchmark at 1920x1080.
It extends outside of your monitor because you cant fit 1450 pixels on a screen that is only 1440 pixels wide.
Happy with that
Read the rules and post a picture that fits the guidelines and you can be in the list.
Dumb Ass Alert: After reading (in this very thread) how to find the f12 screenshots I am posting a "real" screen shot. Only difference is my core clock is bumped to from 1050Mhz to 1100Mhz.
R9 270 1100Mhz core, 1500Mhz memory
X5450 Xeon modded to fit a Asrock G41C-GS mobo
wy wyyyyyyyyy wyyyy if i dont oc mi card in one particular chance of stage i got 10 fps ?? i oc and then everything goes ok
my specs bellow ...
i7-2600K with 16GB DDR3-2133MHz RAM.
Two R9-280X OC GPUs
and again a pics of the saved HTML result, already mentioned countless time before:
read the post 1 in the thread ... screenshot of the in bench result or pics from the monitor (camera/smartphone)
1.) 1920x1080, Fullscreen, 8x Anti-Aliasing
2.) Ultra Quality
3.) Extreme Tessellation
4.) No integrated GPU enabled, unless it's the only GPU in the build
5.) Tessellation correctly set up on AMD cards and not bypassed in CCC
6.) You must also provide correct GPU and CPU clocks
7.) Must Be a Screenshot from within Heaven to be valid (See bottom of post) Here's why.
8.) The only allowed "tweak" is overclocking. Absolutely no driver tweaks or operating system tweaks are permitted. The goal is to provide a chart that represents real world usage for people both in and outside of this community to use to compare their cards or for comparison when buying a new card."
once and for all: NO SUBMISSION WILL BE VALIDATED IT THEY DON'T COMPLY TO THE RULES...
Thats the score I got. Validated or not. I run the program in full screen mode, so my Snipping tool doesn't work.
If I save it from The benchmark, it puts a link on my PC. That's all I got.
I7-4790k-4.6, r9-290x-1165-1250, Krakeng10-krakenx40, Snap back to reality, Hopefully a valid result this time.
You run was at 1600x900 instead of 1920x1080....
If you would like for your score to be added to the list follow the rules outlined above or in the OP.
Moving up. I7-4790k-4.6, r9-290x 1175-1400,
How come there are no more scores posted? Has this thread been moved somewhere else?
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