Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 11, 2017.
Single 980Ti @1600/8200
Seem like a descent OC but power limited...only 2fps over my 1080Ti in the 4k run.
unigine where is the patch for crossfire ? why it is taking so long to get out? one card sleeps :bang:!!!
it could be , mine got 200 more point in the score
also a higher score i got today
crossfire works if you manually create a profile for the benchmark .exe
just like in 50% of all games.
Tiny overclock maybe 4000 is reachable after all
Crappy score for a $650 gpu I guess :3eyes:
1080p Extreme, GPU @ 1100/500: 3261.
Here's Mine on 1080p Extreme..Made SLI working using Nvidia Inspector..
I find this benchmark to be ****...
DX11 for starters.. Boring to watch.. SLI doesnt seem to work without custom settings, but the biggest problem is its CPU utilisation is a joke..
a 1080ti on an overclocked 5960x @ 4.5ghz will score ~ 18,000 where a stock clocked 7700k will score over 21,000..
It prefers per-core performance over multicores..
Perhaps its a more realistic interpretation of gaming as generally a 7700k will out game even a 6950x but I think it needs separate CPU and GPU scores if CPU is such a big factor.
i5 3570k @ 4.5
2x 290 1124/1500
A couple more runs
that means you probably need more power, superposition is very heavy, My 6870 which can run firestrike at 990 mhz at 1190mv with the stock blower, crashes nearly instantly because the temps go out the window.
the With settings on 1080p medium and textures on low my 6870 gets 2500~ stock, I would run the medium preset but the 1gb of vram isn't enough.
Medium + max on AF and AA in nvidia panel..
Medium + default nvidia panel = ~12600
extreme with all default nvidia settings