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Post your SteamVR Performance Test results here

What was your result in the SteamVR Performance Test?  

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  1. 1. SteamVR Performance Test Result

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Hi!^^

So here's mine)

 

Rig name: Digital gate to the fantasy world

CPU: Intel Core i5-6500

GPU: MSI Radeon R9 390

RAM: Crucial DDR4 2 x 4GB 2133 MHz

SCORE: 6.9/8.2

 

This is completely stock result with power save profile, energy optimization and bla bla:

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And this is with OC:

GPU: 1200 MHz / 1700 memory

RAM: DDR4 2400 MHz stock timings

CPU: No OC, too lazy..

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well that's a bit shit

name: old, not obsolete

CPU; Core 2 Quad q6600 @ 2.4ghz

RAM: 1x 2GB + 2x 1GB

Gpu: R9 270x 2GB 

 

 

 

 

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Rig name: Bison
Cpu: 3570k @ 4.4GHz
Gpu: EVGA 980 ti acx 2.0 sc+
Ram: 16GB DDR3 2133MHz
Score: 11

 

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Rig name: Kite`s Devil

Cpu: i5-3570k running at 4,4Ghz

Gpu: GTX 980

2x8gb DDR4 Ram

Score: 8.3

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Rig name: FusionReactor3.5
CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.00GHz

GPU: 2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (EVGA 04G-P4-3975-KR)
RAM: HyperX Savage 32GB 1866MHz CL9 (HX318C9SRK4/32)
Score Single GPU: 7.7

Score Multi GPU SLI: 9.9

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This is my babe

Blue Drago
Intel Core I7 4790K (4.7GHz OC)
MSI GTX 970 (1542MHz OC)
Corsairs Vengeance 2х8GB (2033MHz OC)
 

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On 5.03.2016 at 0:25 PM, Arcanekitten said:

your kinding i have the same rig but a r9 290(non-x) and i get capable with medium fidelity -_-

Idk, I re-did the test and got a similar score ;-;


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This has been such a clever marketing move by Valve for virtual reality.

They could have just released the recommended specs like Oculus... but they know that PC gamers love to benchmark, so they released this little tool and on hardware forums everywhere people start posting their scores and it creates a buzz.

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CPU: 5820k @4.5Ghz

GPU: GTX 970 ; 1621 MHz OC' with 8400Mhz on VRAM

RAM: 16GB 2400Mhz DDR4

 

 

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i7-5820K at 4.5gHz @ 1.315V  | Gigabyte GTX970 Windforce at 1591MHz | Asus x99-A, 16 GB Ballisitx DDR4

 

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CPU: i7-5930K at 4.5GHz

GPU: 2-way SLI EVGA GTX 780Ti ACX SC (further overclocked)

RAM: 32GB DDR4 2400MHz

Score: 6.8 (VR Ready)

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I re-ran the test and got a new score...

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Then I decided to try it with my secondary GPU, a 780, and got pretty much what I expected...

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Though it is pretty funny to see that the performance test can't tell what GPU it's using~


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This is pretty funny. How can this high-end GPU bottleneck a low end CPU in demanding VR application? :D Time for an upgrade. 

 

Rig name: Bottlenecker
Cpu: I3 2100
Gpu: GTX 970
Ram: 8Gb
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CPU: 5960X @ 4.5ghz
GPU: Titan X @ stock
RAM: 32gb @ 2400mhz
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Wonder what caused those dips in fidelity...


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  • just a general bench and the vr is kind of crippled due to that it does not take SLI into account.
  • CPU: 5960X @4.5Ghz
  • GPU1: TITAN X @1450 Mhz
  • GPU2: TITAN X @1450 Mhz (not used by VR)
  • RAM: 32GB DDR4 2800Mhz

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CPU: i7 3770K

RAM: 8GB 2133hz

GPU: GTX 980 strix

SSD: Sandisk 480gb & OCZ 120gb

monitor: benq XL2420t 120hz

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Not too bad for a machine that is mostly 2 years old...minus the video card.

Rig name: Betty White
Cpu: Intel 4771
Gpu: EVGA 980 Ti

HD: Adata SP900 SSD
Ram: 32 GB G-Skill Ripjawz 
Monitor: 34" Ultrawide Curved Samsung

Score: Ready

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6 hours ago, Serin said:

CPU: 5960X @ 4.5ghz
GPU: Titan X @ stock
RAM: 32gb @ 2400mhz
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Wonder what caused those dips in fidelity...

Is your GPU air cooled?


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