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Unigine Valley Benchmark Scores Thread + SUPERPOSITION ***Over 1000 Submissions!***

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This time with power limit at 150%, fan maxed out, this is a reference 670 so it is throttling due to temps.

 managed 1136-1150mhz/7000

 

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Spreadsheet updated.

 

@henkka_scorpio, @Dwood180, @Crossbone_19, and @Tom Hanks: you need to include a screenshot of GPUZ with your submissions to be added to the scoreboard.

 

@Crossbone_19: could you re-run at the ExtremeHD preset so I can put you on the board?


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Just now, Masada02 said:

Spreadsheet updated.

 

@henkka_scorpio, @Dwood180, @Crossbone_19, and @Tom Hanks: you need to include a screenshot of GPUZ with your submissions to be added to the scoreboard.

 

@Crossbone_19: could you re-run at the ExtremeHD preset so I can put you on the board?

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On 7/11/2016 at 11:31 PM, Outs1d3r81 said:

i7 4790K

Asus Strix GTX1080 O8GB

Average FPS 98.5

Score 4123

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So I overclocked my i7 4790k to 4.5 GHZ and ran the benchmark again. These where my results:

 

i7 4790K

Asus Strix GTX1080 O8GB

Average FPS 108.3

Score 4532

 

Once a tweak the settings as per the forum above the score should improve. Still figuring it out

 

 

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1 hour ago, Outs1d3r81 said:

So I overclocked my i7 4790k to 4.5 GHZ and ran the benchmark again. These where my results:

 

i7 4790K

Asus Strix GTX1080 O8GB

Average FPS 108.3

Score 4532

 

Once a tweak the settings as per the forum above the score should improve. Still figuring it out

 

You're going to want to get that clock speed as high as you can for this bench.  Valley at 1080p loves fast CPUs.


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9 hours ago, done12many2 said:

 

You're going to want to get that clock speed as high as you can for this bench.  Valley at 1080p loves fast CPUs.

Thank you for the advice I am definately going to squeze as much speed out of the processor as I can

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Well, my score are not the highest, but here it goes

 

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Specs:

i7 5820k @4.4Ghz 1.265V

MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X

Average FPS: 98.4

Score: 4117

 

Unfortunately, I can`t push pass +100Mhz on the core, it always crash when I run the benchmark...

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15 minutes ago, LastThoughts said:

Well, my score are not the highest, but here it goes

 

Specs:

i7 5820k @4.4Ghz 1.265V

MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X

Average FPS: 98.4

Score: 4117

 

Unfortunately, I can`t push pass +100Mhz on the core, it always crash when I run the benchmark...

 

 

Couple if things.  

 

Add some voltage to that 1070 and see if OC improves and boost holds. 

 

Raise your CPU clock while running the benchmark.  It doesn't have to be daily use stable so no need to spend too much time setting it up.  It's just to get some higher scores. 

 

Have you already tweaked your driver settings? 


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I run at a setting of 3440 x 1440 so I tried it with that and 2560 x 1440.

I have a new MSI 1070 Seahawk and it is set for 2.06 Ghz Core and 4.90-4.95 Ghz Memory.  It has been rock solid on my Acer Predator x34 with a max 100Hz setting.

 

Overall I think it is respectable.  Without the AA set at x8 I was over 100FPS.  So far all my games are running butter smooth 99-100FPS :)

Couldn't be happier and the temps have never gotten higher than 55C even with no fans on this. :)

 

 

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I did this a little different, I ran this once one my dGPU and again on my eGPU. Also in the last one its nice to see the Titan Black is only lagging about 10FPS behind a new overclocked 1070 like the post above mine :)

 

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So i unlocked the CU's on my fury from 56 to 64, all is working great, i went from 14000 to 15300 in firestrike,

 

In Valley though no such luck i went from 81 to 83fps.....Valley doesn't seem to like AMD...awww....

 

I'll try and post some screens, i have dual bios so i can do before and after.


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Just now, super_skank said:

So i unlocked the CU's on my fury from 56 to 64, all is working great, i went from 14000 to 15300 in firestrike,

 

In Valley though no such luck i went from 81 to 83fps.....Valley doesn't seem to like AMD...awww....

 

I'll try and post some screens, i have dual bios so i can do before and after.

 

Try running it again with your CPU at 4.8 or 4.9.


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Just now, done12many2 said:

 

Try running it again with your CPU at 4.8 or 4.9.

My cpu is not stable that high 4.6 is about the limit


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i cant seem to get sli 980ti's to work with valley. not sure if its my driver or something else .. 


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1 minute ago, TheGingerKid said:

i cant seem to get sli 980ti's to work with valley. not sure if its my driver or something else .. 

are you definately running in full screen mode?


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21 minutes ago, super_skank said:

are you definately running in full screen mode?

yea , it just doesnt scale at all. the score went up bya whole 3fps if that. i doubvt having missmatched cards will make any diff cuz other benches seem to scale well (time spy firestrike ext) 


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2 minutes ago, TheGingerKid said:

yea , it just doesnt scale at all. the score went up bya whole 3fps if that. i doubvt having missmatched cards will make any diff cuz other benches seem to scale well (time spy firestrike ext) 

 

Maxwell scales really good in Valley or least it did for my 980 Tis.  I'm having issues getting my 1080s to match my 980 Tis in Valley, but I'm not sure if it's a scaling or CPU.  Still working on it.


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26 minutes ago, done12many2 said:

 

Maxwell scales really good in Valley or least it did for my 980 Tis.  I'm having issues getting my 1080s to match my 980 Tis in Valley, but I'm not sure if it's a scaling or CPU.  Still working on it.

that makes me wonder , i have a 5820k build i haven't tried to run with my sli 980ti's , i only tried with my older 4790k build 

i might have to try that pc instead 


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1 minute ago, TheGingerKid said:

that makes me wonder , i have a 5820k build i haven't tried to run with my sli 980ti's , i only tried with my older 4790k build 

i might have to try that pc instead 

 

Stick with whatever CPU you can get a higher clock speed out of.  Cores don't matter.  Clock speed is king with Valley.


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1 minute ago, done12many2 said:

 

Stick with whatever CPU you can get a higher clock speed out of.  Cores don't matter.  Clock speed is king with Valley.

ok , i havent tried pushing the 5820k at all just a quick and dirty 4.0ghz , the 4790k has a 4.8ghz 24/7 stable oc on it now

guess ill try a bunch of different configs xD 


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If you got a good 5820k, you can get upwards of 4.8 to 4.9 out of it for these benchmark runs.  I know several of us on LTT are hitting 4.9 and slightly higher out of Haswell-E for benchmark only use.

 

If you determine that your 5820k can do those kind of speeds, it would be the better all around chip to use with the 5820k for benchmarking.


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1 minute ago, done12many2 said:

If you got a good 5820k, you can get upwards of 4.8 to 4.9 out of it for these benchmark runs.  I know several of us on LTT are hitting 4.9 and slightly higher out of Haswell-E for benchmark only use.

 

If you determine that your 5820k can do those kind of speeds, it would be the better all around chip to use with the 5820k for benchmarking.

http://hwbot.org/submission/3074795_gofspar_cinebench___r15_core_i7_5820k_1515_cb:D


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