Separable subsurface scattering - amazing bench/demo

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  1. ricardonuno1980

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    More info with downloads: demo, source code and movies (Blu-ray included)

    Screenshot with my 1st result at 1920x1080 running AMD X6 1055T/GTX 480-295.51beta (HQ): :D

    My image was broken but look my results: :)
    min: 65 fps; max: 123; AVG: 88.08


    Benchmark mode while you watch this demo: Do not skip demo until end of demo (before begin of interactive mode). After end of demo, you read min, max and average FPS in top left of screen. if you can't 1920x1080 then you may keep 1280x720, 1360/6x768, 1280x1024, 1440x900 or 1680x1050.

    RULES: You must keep stock speeds for GPU only except CPU with or without OC but you may enable OC for GPU after GPU stock speeds obligated and tested. :)
     
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    Amazing 3D rendering..looks almost real!

    here's my score at 1920x1080, 2600k@ 4.6GHz and HD7970 at stock
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    Impressive.

    2600K@5.15ghz / HD7970 stock. 1920x1080 Average 177fps
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    Nice score Lane! how did you get 188Min with 193Max FPS? It is almost unbelievable tbh...which driver version you're using right now? I dont think 2600k@5.15GHz will make your MinFPS so high and not much differ to MaxFPS...it's just impossible to me.

    btw, new score at 1920x1080, same cpu clock just that 7970 clocked at 1300/1685 at 1.3v. Average 195.05 FPS but Min FPS still not good.

    [​IMG]
     

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    Lol, now you make be look at the min fps, i see where is the problem, there's a bug, i cant be at 177 average fps with a minium of 188.. surely the bench have bug on the min. fps report. it should be 158 or something like that.

    Sometimes the fps is just not appear. then i have try use fraps for benchmark.... result: min, 169, max 171, average 170.149 ... something dont work, maybe cause i was use fraps at same time.

    I dont know what but something bug..
     
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    1920x1200, i7 2600k @ 4.8Ghz and Radeon HD 6970 stock clocks - 101.2 Average fps.

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    OC 900mhz/ ram 2260mhz

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    @S†v0r: GTX 500 is more efficient and 2 clocks than 400 in FP32 because same 3DMark Vantage. ;) I can't buy GTX 580 in november 2010 because I worried that eVGA had long time of wait - remember eVGA released too later GTX 480 in ~september, 2010 to Portugal. :(

    1280x1024 same driver - min: 87 fps; max: 171; AVG: 117.44
    800x600 same driver - min: 191 fps; max: 352; AVG: 250.62 - still no CPU limited!! :D :thumbup:
     
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    GTX 460 @925/4600MHz 90.43 FPS, Q9650@3.00GHz, Forceware 295.51
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    GTX 460 @675/3600MHz 66.83 FPS, Q9650@3.00GHz, Forceware 295.51
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    dont forget ALT+ENTER to fullscreen..

    windowed @675/3600 39.37FPS

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    Thanks for the tip.

    I re-ran it and uploaded the new screenshot.

    1920x1200.
     
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    I got ex-my old 8800GTS 640 with 280.26WHQL (HQ):
    min: 14; max: 32; AVG: 20.05 at 1280x1024

    I don't test my old 9800GT 1GB because this card is (physically?) damaged due to no signal or black screen.

    My GTX 480 is 6.2x faster min and 5.9x AVG than 8800GTS. wow! :D


    @guys (@Year...):
    But you should test on your GTX 480 at 1920x1080 if my GTX 480 is normal (same AVG) or not because I'm weird that GTX 480 is only LITTLE faster than GTX 460.
     

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    Remember I am running SLi 460s.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I just checked it and it appears to only use one GPU.
     
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    I already know! lol! But I request that any guy ("GTX 480" user) should test this demo to see if my score is normal or not.
     
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    GTX 560 336 shader
     
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    ok, 1920x1080!? But you should press "alt + tab" to fullscreen, few seconds after startupping demo.
     
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