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[Benchmarks] GTX Titan SLI - 4K (3840x2160) - BF3, Skyrim, Crysis 2, Unigine Heaven

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, I did some benchmarking on an Asus PQ321 4K monitor with the system that's in my signature. Unfortunately because of driver and camera issues I didn't manage to run all the benchmarks I wanted, so for now I can only show you guys what's in the title.

 

I would like to note that you will need to use the Nvidia beta drivers in order to use a 4k monitor with an Nvidia GPU, unfortunately I did run into some issues with the beta drivers, hopefully a more permanent solution will be developed by Nvidia in the near future.

 

Here's the video (still uploading), you can see the raw numbers below: 

 

 

Frames,   Time (ms),   Min,   Max,   Avg
  7903,       129512,       39,     86,      61.021

 

Frames,   Time (ms),   Min,   Max,   Avg
  11892,     182599,       0,       113,    65.126

 


Frames,   Time (ms),   Min,   Max,   Avg
  7933,       133677,       27,     64,      59.345

 

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Obviously these test aren't the most "scientific", but they're the best I could do with my limited time, hopefully it gives you some idea of what kind of performance you can expect at 4K.


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Nice seems like games are running just fine on 4K!

with 6GB vRAM of course they would specially 2 titans in SLI I don't expect something like a 760 to running 4K smoothly.

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The video doesn't work. :( I'll wait till it's done uploading.


 

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with 6GB vRAM of course they would specially 2 titans in SLI I don't expect something like a 760 to running 4K smoothly.

I understand that lol... but still nice to see people game on 4K already :P ( I assume the OP does game on it right :P)


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howmuch was the display?


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Interesting to see that Skyrim is much more demanding on 4K, because in 1080p, BF3 and Crysis 2 are way more graphics intensive than Skyrim


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doesnt your gf have a 770? can you bench that aswell? :3


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Interesting to see that Skyrim is much more demanding on 4K, because in 1080p, BF3 and Crysis 2 are way more graphics intensive than Skyrim

It may be a modded version; although the default graphics were designed to be playable on the now-outgoing consoles, there are some large-scale overhauls to huge portions of the graphics rendering, some of which aren't particularly well optimized.

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curious as to how my 780's would stack up, maybe further optimizations will be made in future drivers when 4k becomes a bigger deal, and we may see bigger numbers of people adopting it :D  I really hope this happens soon, seeing as I'd rather not spend 123412413242 $  on a 4k tv or monitor


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The video doesn't work. :( I'll wait till it's done uploading.

It's done uploading now, make sure to check it out ;)

 

howmuch was the display?

Here it is on amazon (just came in stock again) 

http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-PQ321Q-31-5-Inch-4K-Monitor/dp/B00DJ4BIKA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375385913&sr=8-1&keywords=asus+pq321

 

doesnt your gf have a 770? can you bench that aswell? :3

Unfortunately I don't have a 770, sorry. I do have a 680 but I wouldn't be able to test it without destroying my water cooling setup.

 

It may be a modded version; although the default graphics were designed to be playable on the now-outgoing consoles, there are some large-scale overhauls to huge portions of the graphics rendering, some of which aren't particularly well optimized.

Skyrim is completely vanilla, with all filters and everything pushed to the max.

 

could you try it with a single GTX Titan?

I might bhe able to get some more benching time tomorrow, we'll see. I can't promise anything though.

 

curious as to how my 780's would stack up, maybe further optimizations will be made in future drivers when 4k becomes a bigger deal, and we may see bigger numbers of people adopting it :D  I really hope this happens soon, seeing as I'd rather not spend 123412413242 $  on a 4k tv or monitor

From what I've seen so far the 780s would definitely be lacking the VRAM, in BF3 I was up to 3.6-3.7gb, I'm sure Crysis 3 and Metro LL would be even higher.


Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


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It's done uploading now, make sure to check it out ;)

 

Here it is on amazon (just came in stock again) 

http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-PQ321Q-31-5-Inch-4K-Monitor/dp/B00DJ4BIKA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375385913&sr=8-1&keywords=asus+pq321

 

Unfortunately I don't have a 770, sorry. I do have a 680 but I wouldn't be able to test it without destroying my water cooling setup.

 

Skyrim is completely vanilla, with all filters and everything pushed to the max.

 

I might bhe able to get some more benching time tomorrow, we'll see. I can't promise anything though.

 

From what I've seen so far the 780s would definitely be lacking the VRAM, in BF3 I was up to 3.6-3.7gb, I'm sure Crysis 3 and Metro LL would be even higher.

 

 

lame, I'll probably be able to play w/o AA on high atleast


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curious as to how my 780's would stack up, maybe further optimizations will be made in future drivers when 4k becomes a bigger deal, and we may see bigger numbers of people adopting it :D  I really hope this happens soon, seeing as I'd rather not spend 123412413242 $  on a 4k tv or monitor

Although this is at 1440p

according to this 780s in SLI are better due to better drivers,which makes sense since more people can afford 780 SLI than Titan SLI.

 

 

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Although this is at 1440p

according to this 780s in SLI are better due to better drivers,which makes sense since more people can afford 780 SLI than Titan SLI.

 

oo, I was able to afford titan SLI but just couldn't justify it once 780's came out lol


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Although this is at 1440p

according to this 780s in SLI are better due to better drivers,which makes sense since more people can afford 780 SLI than Titan SLI.

 

How could two stripped down titans (i.e. 780's) ever be better than full fledged titans. Wishful thinking and nothing more.


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How could two stripped down titans (i.e. 780's) ever be better than full fledged titans. Wishful thinking and nothing more.

 

The games are more optimized to run on 780s rather than titans, all that goes down the drain once you're at 3x 1080p or 4k (or any other super high resolution), plus the titans aren't just made for gaming, they are like a fusion of a quadro card and a top of the line gaming card. Is the price tag justified for normal gamers? No. For really high res gamers? Yes. For content creators that are also enthusiast gamers? Yes.


Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


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Just waiting on the 4k, surround, 3D vision, benchmarks..................

Not exactly 3d vision (not enough bandwidth), but here you go :D

 

http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/162385-goodbye-4k-17000-12k-gaming-pc-pushes-1-5-billion-pixels-per-second


Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


-CPU- i7 3930k @4.8GHz 1.4v -Mobo- Asus Rampage IV Extreme -GPUs- 2x GTX Titan Hydrocopper SLI -RAM- 32GB (8x4GB) Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz -Storage- 500GB Samsung 840 SSD | 2TB WD Green HDD


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Running a game at 50 FPS in 4K isn't worth it. Its better to run at 1920x1080 at 120+ FPS and have that butter smooth movement. 4K gaming is here but its not ready. maybe in 2015 but not now.

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Running a game at 50 FPS in 4K isn't worth it. Its better to run at 1920x1080 at 120+ FPS and have that butter smooth movement. 4K gaming is here but its not ready. maybe in 2015 but not now.

I agree, I play on 120hz monitors and think the experience is better than the 4k simply because of the fluidity, I could see playing 4k in a very visual singal player game, but definitely not online (where I need to be competitive). This was purely for benching.


Setup Video -----------Peasant Crushing Specs----------- 4K Benchmarks


-CPU- i7 3930k @4.8GHz 1.4v -Mobo- Asus Rampage IV Extreme -GPUs- 2x GTX Titan Hydrocopper SLI -RAM- 32GB (8x4GB) Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz -Storage- 500GB Samsung 840 SSD | 2TB WD Green HDD


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Running a game at 50 FPS in 4K isn't worth it. Its better to run at 1920x1080 at 120+ FPS and have that butter smooth movement. 4K gaming is here but its not ready. maybe in 2015 but not now.

Maybe already End of this Year with the 9000 Series and next Year with Maxwell.

We will get Virtual Memory and a new Architekture with 20nm.

Now think of 2 GTX880s or HD9970s maybe they will bring a Titan like Card based on Maxwell.

 


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