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UNIGINE-Valley BENCHMARK scores

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by purecain, May 8, 2013.

  1. uuuaaaaaa

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    I think i can push a much better score than that. I will post a update on the scores when my new memory sticks arrive ))
     

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    My only trick is to disable tessalation in CCC. :p
     
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    Well that would certainly explain it. The test is pretty much all about tesselation.
     
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    i thought someone was going to mention CCC. yea the results can be improved by several changes tess changes, to me it kind of spoils the purpose this thread!
     
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    Just did a test on my 24/7 settings, CPU @4,7 GHz GPU's 1150/1500

    With Tesselation
    vally tess enab..JPG


    Without Tesselation
    vally tess disab.JPG

    Disabling tesselation in CCC doesn't seem to help at all.


    Max OC without tesselation and only 4xAA, CPU @5,0 GHz and GPU's @1280/1700
    vally max.JPG
     
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    Well that's even weirder, and we're back to blaming cpu influence.
     
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    Tatty_One Bullet Dodging Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Don't really bench anymore so just ran this at my 24/7 settings, no GPU graphic tweaks.......I7 930 @ 4.2gig, HD7870 @ 1220/1375.
     

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    Makes sense, mydog's score of >5k is with CPU @5ghz and GPU @1280/1700, mine's limited to CPU @4.5ghz (w/o messing with vcore voltage) and GPU @1080/1425 (due to my cards being so close together). The 3rd card does nothing, so yeah, it does make sense. I think Heaven V4.0 and Metro 2033 are more GPU intensive, with less emphasis on CPU....
     
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    Q6600 @ 3.0 Ghz (It says 2.4 there still lol) // HD6870 @ Stock

    The min FPS was due to a god damned single microstutter in the middle of the benchmark, still better than I expected.
    *walks away with shame with his horrible result compared to the rest*
     

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    you need to change my result to 2X 7950, not 7970
     
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    wow i just ran this and i gotta say is....damn i thought my pc is still going strong then i look at other peoples scores compared to mine....such a damn shame :(
     
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    GPU 1190/6908

    [​IMG]

    I'll give two Titans a try latter.
     
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    Great score for a single GPU :respect: :toast:
     
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    Unigine, GPU-Z and EVGA precision up, in thumb.

    1118/1842
    i7 960 bloomfield @ 4 ghz

    Me likey 2x GTX 680... Me likey very much.
    :D

    Whats up with the top score though? @8x AA?
    How about we all just stick to the rules n keep it simple?
    5k is nice lol..
    That liquid cooling is getting you some sweet clocks.
    Nice Mobo too. ^^

    GPU vs GPU directly though, I'm seeing 2x 660/680, barely beating the 2x 7970's..
    :x
    Scary how close 2x 660ti are, to 2x 680..
     

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    Well apparently you'd pull ahead more with a newer cpu and higher clock... I guess. This benchmark seems kinda iffy, but I'm too lazy to make and manage a Heaven 4.0 thread.
     
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    Very impressive, Titan is a monster :respect:

    Can't wait to see what two can do. :eek:
     
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    CPU influence confirmed. @4.9 GHz 1267/7450

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice score but as others say you need a better CPU with higher speed.:toast:

    As for the 8xAA score it was a mistake I made, just picked the wrong saved score when I made the screen. I've posted three others with 4xAA that are better.:toast:

    @LAN_deRf_HA

    I never doubted CPU speed would have an impact, so far I've not seen any benchmark where it hasn't more or less.
     
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    Tried it again. Overclocking Mem by a 100Hz does not get any benefits.

    New clocks. Sapphire 7950 1170/1470

    [​IMG]
     
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    I seem to recall people reporting it making zero difference in Heaven.
     
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    Me to so I tested it and they where wrong, in Heaven it doesn't make much of a difference as one would like but it does make a difference. Just go and look at the top scores at HWboot.
     
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    In response to this I just retested. I score 1 point higher at 4 ghz than I do at 4.4 ghz in Heaven. This matches tests done here at tpu long ago. If the cpu ever has an effect in Heaven it is only when it's a bottleneck which is a very rare occurrence. This consistency is what makes it the go to gpu test.
     
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    Agreed:toast:
     
  24. Wrigleyvillain

    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Ok here's 1080P. I also did not have texture filter on performance on my first 1440P run, btw.

    3570K: 4.3
    7950: 1200/1350

    [​IMG]
     
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    Where's the 4xAA?
     

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