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Default 01-15-2013, 18:32 | posts: 1,029 | Location: Nebulas

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Default 01-16-2013, 23:36 | posts: 57

catzilla 18 is out

ALLBenchmark 1.0 BETA18
Created on 2013-01-17,
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•Fixed fluid behaviour on SLI setup
   
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Default 01-17-2013, 00:00 | posts: 11,939 | Location: new jersey

Why bother?
Just wait till next week and get beta19,no really wake me around 22 or so.
   
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Default 01-17-2013, 00:37 | posts: 17 | Location: Breda, Netherlands

hmmm i found this a very nice benchmark up to now but now but after this update and now that it gained in popularity it got cocky and i have to buy it to get it to run on 1080p... sorry but i rather have the chopped down version of 3dmark11 to test my dual 690 trimon sys then that i'm gonna buy a benchmark that says that i have 2 6990, 1 580 and 3 7980's running with 4 3950's..

I say this bench is a load of bullocks trying to get honest peepz to buy, buy, buy this piece of software... (my opinion..., xpecting allot of flamies trhown my way)
   
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Default 01-17-2013, 11:46 | posts: 1,377 | Location: Inside My Thoughts..

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hmmm i found this a very nice benchmark up to now but now but after this update and now that it gained in popularity it got cocky and i have to buy it to get it to run on 1080p... sorry but i rather have the chopped down version of 3dmark11 to test my dual 690 trimon sys then that i'm gonna buy a benchmark that says that i have 2 6990, 1 580 and 3 7980's running with 4 3950's..

I say this bench is a load of bullocks trying to get honest peepz to buy, buy, buy this piece of software... (my opinion..., xpecting allot of flamies trhown my way)
Yeah, it might have been that way(popularity then cocky) and all, but at the end noone said it would be free(if they did, shame on them).
And I agree to some extend with you, so don't take my reply as flaming.

I wouldn't mind paying like €2.25 for a LIFETIME basic version. But the occasional bencher that does a few tests wont do it.
I would had preferred limited runs. Like 3 or 5 runs. The lock it. And then let us decide if we want to buy it or not.

And with all the plethora of benches available, its even more difficult to do so.

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Default 01-17-2013, 12:48 | posts: 1,029 | Location: Nebulas

It cost less than a gallon of 87 Octane cheap ass! they have to make a living. Are you saying they charge a monthly subscription? I bought the advanced version to support them.
   
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Default 01-17-2013, 22:30 | posts: 11,939 | Location: new jersey

Yeah if you want to run alot buy it.
It dont make you a bad guy if you dont thuogh,i got it becuase i wanted to support the benches run.
   
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Default 01-17-2013, 23:49 | posts: 593 | Location: VA, USA

I bought it cause I like to support good progies and also the change from FM. Also Futuremark is taking forever to release the new iteration of GPU thrashing. I am a bencher.
   
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Default 01-20-2013, 10:16 | posts: 110 | Location: Blackpool. UK

This is about as far as mine goes.
(I did run a 19577 with ram at 2400 but didnt screenshot it, you can see it in position 7)


I bought it too, like the other guys, I just like to give something back if I am going to use it a lot and I like it.
   
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Default 01-20-2013, 10:29 | posts: 7,216 | Location: Sunny Scotland

This is a run with my new max boost (1.28Ghz), cpu @4.7.
   
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Default 01-20-2013, 15:32 | posts: 1,842 | Location: Babylon 5

OC'ed my CPU to 4.75ghz, GPU at 1080/1450 + Cat13.2Beta (I guess there's a CF fix with this driver)
   
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Default 01-20-2013, 16:09 | posts: 1,029 | Location: Nebulas

Lol! it took 3x 7970s to bump me down from the #1 spot Catzilla results with my 2x 680s.

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Default 01-21-2013, 06:01 | posts: 1,842 | Location: Babylon 5

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Lol! it took 3x 7970s to bump me down from the #1 spot Catzilla results with my 2x 680s.
What can I say? This benchmark really favors nVidia cards......
   
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Default 01-21-2013, 07:07 | posts: 124 | Location: Israel

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What can I say? This benchmark really favors nVidia cards......
Exactly and i wonder why since according to the author Catzilla doesn't use physx.
   
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Default 01-21-2013, 08:26 | posts: 1,029 | Location: Nebulas

The benchmark measures physics with the CPU I think?
   
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The benchmark measures physics with the CPU I think?
nope, gpu. blackzero proved that in the beginning of this thread somewhere.

you can test by yourself aswell by putting physx on cpu in the nvcp
   
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Default 01-21-2013, 09:06 | posts: 124 | Location: Israel

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nope, gpu. blackzero proved that in the beginning of this thread somewhere.

you can test by yourself aswell by putting physx on cpu in the nvcp
So that means it uses PhysX ? It's really weird a heavily overclocked 7970 can't get close to a GTX 670.


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Could someone explain me the logic of this:

My 7970 @ 1240/1700 + 2700K @ 4.70Ghz HT ON: 9076 Tiger

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Random GTX 670 @ 1200/1500 + 3570K @ 4.40Ghz: 9327 Tiger

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Yea...no PhysX there....

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Default 01-21-2013, 11:53 | posts: 1,842 | Location: Babylon 5

I believe that it, perhaps, does not use PhysX, but I find it odd that Catzilla seems to favor a Kepler over an AMD GPU. Ceteris paribus, a GTX6xx tend to outscore an equivalent AMD card. I have no hard evidence, but that is the impression I have gotten after checking out the various scores here. Take mine for example, I have three HD7970 in TriFire with a 3960X @4.75ghz, and I had barely outscored seaplane pilot's score with 2x GTX680 + 3930K @4.6ghz. It take a higher clocked CPU and three AMD cards to barely beat a 3930K @4.6ghz + 2x GTX680.......yes, perhaps the Cat driver I am using is not that well optimized, but I can't shake the notion or feeling that Catzilla favors nV....mind you, I ain't making a fuss over this. Neither am I an AMD fanboy, though I do prefer AMD over nV, but that hasn't stopped me from building a dual GTX670 rig.

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Actually i found out it does use PhysX (CPU), at least according to the software creator:

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PhysX is used just in software mode. GPU does not use it. You can get very close with single 7970 to 680GTX and even beat it. In multiGPU we still have a bug - we are waiting for the hardware shipment to fix it.
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I believe that it, perhaps, does not use PhysX, but I find it odd that Catzilla seems to favor a Kepler over an AMD GPU. Ceteris paribus, a GTX6xx tend to outscore an equivalent AMD card. I have no hard evidence, but that is the impression I have gotten after checking out the various scores here. Take mine for example, I have three HD7970 in TriFire with a 3960X @4.75ghz, and I had bare outscored seaplane pilot's score with 2x GTX680 + 3930K @4.6ghz. It take a higher clocked CPU and three AMD cards to barely beat a 3930K @4.6ghz + 2x GTX680.......yes, perhaps the Cat driver I am using is not that well optimized, but I can't shake the notion or feeling that Catzilla favors nV....mind you, I ain't making a fuss over this. Neither am I an AMD fanboy, though I do prefer AMD over nV, but that hasn't stopped me from building a dual GTX670 rig.
I'm not making a fuss about it either, i just thought this is a neutral benchmark but apparently it is NOT, if it is designed to favor NVIDIA cards in my opinion it should be stated in the first post, i found out after i read all the eleven pages.

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Here is mine.


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Default 01-23-2013, 13:17 | posts: 1,377 | Location: Inside My Thoughts..

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I believe that it, perhaps, does not use PhysX, but I find it odd that Catzilla seems to favor a Kepler over an AMD GPU. Ceteris paribus, a GTX6xx tend to outscore an equivalent AMD card. I have no hard evidence, but that is the impression I have gotten after checking out the various scores here. Take mine for example, I have three HD7970 in TriFire with a 3960X @4.75ghz, and I had barely outscored seaplane pilot's score with 2x GTX680 + 3930K @4.6ghz. It take a higher clocked CPU and three AMD cards to barely beat a 3930K @4.6ghz + 2x GTX680.......yes, perhaps the Cat driver I am using is not that well optimized, but I can't shake the notion or feeling that Catzilla favors nV....mind you, I ain't making a fuss over this. Neither am I an AMD fanboy, though I do prefer AMD over nV, but that hasn't stopped me from building a dual GTX670 rig.
A 3960X @4.75ghz paired with TriFire 7970's(I drooled btw) barely beating a 3930K @4.6ghz paired with 2 GTX680's assuming good scaling on both setups? Obvious is obvious here.

   
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Default 01-23-2013, 13:40 | posts: 1,842 | Location: Babylon 5

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A 3960X @4.75ghz paired with TriFire 7970's(I drooled btw) barely beating a 3930K @4.6ghz paired with 2 GTX680's assuming good scaling on both setups? Obvious is obvious here.

LMAO! Dang dude, you had me in stitches!

BTW, leopr, I hope you understand that I was in no way, shape or form, implying that you were making a fuss over this, if you'd felt I had.....I'm sorry I'd not made myself plain enough.

But like I'd stated, looking at the results here, Catzilla isn't a neutral benchmark (I think Heaven is, it seems to scale well with both AMD and nVidia cards) as it seems to heavily favor nV cards, especially Keplers. Again, let me reiterate, this is just my opinion or impression, and I'm NOT condemning this benchmark, which I find to be quite fun.
   
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Here is mine.

There I am at the #4 spot. Yay!
   
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I believe that it, perhaps, does not use PhysX, but I find it odd that Catzilla seems to favor a Kepler over an AMD GPU. Ceteris paribus, a GTX6xx tend to outscore an equivalent AMD card. I have no hard evidence, but that is the impression I have gotten after checking out the various scores here. Take mine for example, I have three HD7970 in TriFire with a 3960X @4.75ghz, and I had barely outscored seaplane pilot's score with 2x GTX680 + 3930K @4.6ghz. It take a higher clocked CPU and three AMD cards to barely beat a 3930K @4.6ghz + 2x GTX680.......yes, perhaps the Cat driver I am using is not that well optimized, but I can't shake the notion or feeling that Catzilla favors nV....mind you, I ain't making a fuss over this. Neither am I an AMD fanboy, though I do prefer AMD over nV, but that hasn't stopped me from building a dual GTX670 rig.
Nvidia did send the developer 4 x GTX680s for testing and development. So it's no surprise that it performs better on their hardware.

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I believe that it, perhaps, does not use PhysX, but I find it odd that Catzilla seems to favor a Kepler over an AMD GPU. Ceteris paribus, a GTX6xx tend to outscore an equivalent AMD card. I have no hard evidence, but that is the impression I have gotten after checking out the various scores here. Take mine for example, I have three HD7970 in TriFire with a 3960X @4.75ghz, and I had barely outscored seaplane pilot's score with 2x GTX680 + 3930K @4.6ghz. It take a higher clocked CPU and three AMD cards to barely beat a 3930K @4.6ghz + 2x GTX680.......yes, perhaps the Cat driver I am using is not that well optimized, but I can't shake the notion or feeling that Catzilla favors nV....mind you, I ain't making a fuss over this. Neither am I an AMD fanboy, though I do prefer AMD over nV, but that hasn't stopped me from building a dual GTX670 rig.
Post your best 3D Mark11 score with url so we can compare the two benchmarks.

SCORE
P19362 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680(2x) and Intel Core i7-3930K @ 4.725GHz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5643662
   
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