3Dmark vantage comparison ATI vs Nvidia

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by ThermaltakeX, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Ji1986

    Ji1986 Master Guru

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    My evga 9800gt supclocked only gets a score of about 4800 in vantage? thats with physx turned off and on res 1680x1050 or what ever it is
     
  3. baby_UTE

    baby_UTE Member Guru

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    my 9800GT when i only had one card i got GPU score of 4666@stock. i got a GTX 275 now and i got close to that score, 11131 to be exact. and if i overclcok my 9800GT SLI to 700/1050 i get the same score as my GTX275 score
     
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  4. Bentez

    Bentez Maha Guru

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    I get 22k :cool:
     

  5. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    Something must be wrong with my rig....I'm getting higher scores in Vantage with my GTX275 than what's in that review. Great review btw.

    My GPU score is mid 12k....P score is just under 13k with PhysX disabled....
     
  6. baby_UTE

    baby_UTE Member Guru

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    is it because your card is the OC version?
     
  7. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    doubt it....it's core clock is matched to the GTX285....so no reason my GPU score should be higher than the GTX285 when my memory clock and shader clock are both lower....as well as a smaller memory bus.

    GTX275
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    648mhz Core clock
    2304mhz Memory clock
    1440mhz Shader clock
    240 SP
    448bit gDDR3
    896mb


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    648mhz Core clock
    2484mhz Memory clock
    1476mhz Shader clock
    240 SP
    512bit gDDR3
    1gb
     
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  8. Anarion

    Anarion Ancient Guru

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    When you say this "[FONT=verdana,geneva]Mind you that for GeForce CUDA ready graphics cards PhysX is always disabled in our tests (it would effect the CPU score and bias the overall P score)." I would like to know why exactly it would bias overall score? As far as I know games run much better with GPU PhysX on if they are made to support that so in fact it would give quite accurate estimate about real world performance for games that use PhysX heavily and have HW acceleration option for that.

    For games that do not use HW accelerated PhysX (and do not have heavy physics) GPU score would be much more accurate, though. In my opinion including P score is quite useless since outcome is pretty much the same as with GPU score alone. Including P score with HW PhysX on would spice those charts a bit.
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  9. sg72

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    My system crashed trying to run 3D vantage. During first test!!!!!!!!:mad:
     

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