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

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16 hours ago, YubinTheBunny said:

 

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Lol my 980ti is almost on par with you 1080FE. 

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I want to play around with different resolutions and see how they affect the scores. I know that with these benchmarks you can fluff your results and make them look better with lower settings. That said, higher settings were causing my GPU to overheat so anything above that and I need to pull back the overclock and get more air in the case.

 

Stock is 1288MHz and 2000MHz memory.

Overclock is 1415MHz and 2250MHz memory.

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10 hours ago, RollinLower said:

About 1950Mhz on the core with 5650Mhz on the memory. I could probably get it to 2Ghz on the core though if i put in a little more effort

Still, nice clocks there.

 

Hope when the 1080Ti finally gets here.  I can get some nice clocks out of it.  Probably first break it in with some good F@H crunching or use PrimeGrid crunching.


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1 hour ago, Ithanul said:

Still, nice clocks there.

 

Hope when the 1080Ti finally gets here.  I can get some nice clocks out of it.  Probably first break it in with some good F@H crunching or use PrimeGrid crunching.

yeah i'm looking foreward to that. really curious how that stacks up to your SLI 980Ti's :)


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2 hours ago, RollinLower said:

yeah i'm looking foreward to that. really curious how that stacks up to your SLI 980Ti's :)

I should try the benchmark out with SLI.  I believe they finally added that into the benchmark.  I tend to disable SLI since, when I do some light gaming, I leave one card folding while I game.


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18 hours ago, DragonTamer1 said:

I want to play around with different resolutions and see how they affect the scores. I know that with these benchmarks you can fluff your results and make them look better with lower settings. That said, higher settings were causing my GPU to overheat so anything above that and I need to pull back the overclock and get more air in the case.

Even with your fans on max?


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47 minutes ago, afyeung said:

Even with your fans on max?

It held steady at 83*C which is technically safe, but from my perspective I gained 14*C for an extra 3FPS so it just isn't worth it.

 

The fans were going at 80% or something and they still sounded like a vacuum cleaner inside my case.


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Tested the new Superposition benchmark. I used the "Valley" crossfire profile, which worked well. CPU was at my daily setting, GPUs were pretty much maxed out.

 

CPU: I7 3970X @4.6 GHz

GPUs: 2x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1210/1625 MHz +100 mV

 

1080P Extreme preset:

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4K Optimized preset:

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Really crushing benchmark at max settings for older hardware, but I was surprised how well the 4K preset ran (60 fps), given that these 290s only got 4 GB vram.


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6 hours ago, Tam3n said:

Tested the new Superposition benchmark. I used the "Valley" crossfire profile, which worked well. CPU was at my daily setting, GPUs were pretty much maxed out.

 

CPU: I7 3970X @4.6 GHz

GPUs: 2x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1210/1625 MHz +100 mV

 

1080P Extreme preset:

 

4K Optimized preset:

Really crushing benchmark at max settings for older hardware, but I was surprised how well the 4K preset ran (60 fps), given that these 290s only got 4 GB vram.

Bro, that score is awesome. This benchmark seems to love older hardware. I ran 2 290 and my 980ti beats that set up in everything I do. Yet your score crushes mine. Interesting. 


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3 hours ago, App4that said:

Bro, that score is awesome. This benchmark seems to love older hardware. I ran 2 290 and my 980ti beats that set up in everything I do. Yet your score crushes mine. Interesting. 

Thanks!

 

I decided to try and go balls to the walls - so I need 'em power!

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The AX860i was holding me back somewhat, so time to connect the other card to my old 1000W PSU B| I also clocked the cpu a tad higher just in case, though I don't know if makes much of a difference in this benchmark.

 

CPU: I7 3970X @4.8 GHz

GPUs: 2x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1275/1625 MHz +181 mV

 

1080P Extreme preset:

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The Afterbuner only allows +100 mV overvoltage and Trixx was not working on me, so I used CE to hack a higher voltage offset setting in the Afterburner 9_9 It's stupid silly, but it actually works xD

 

I was able to make a pass with gpu cores at 1280 MHz, but I got a lot of artifacts and also lower score than with the 1275 MHz. GPUz was reporting VDDC Power In of 370 W per card (while HawaiiBiosReader reports set power limits of 208 W - eeh), but vrms stayed below 75 C. Anyhow, Superposition seems to allow a bit higher overclocks without crashing than other benchmarks.


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Time to grace this thread with Tahiti courtesy of my 7950. :P I could have gotten better scores if I pushed the core, but it won't even OC at all so I'm being carried on my VRAM speeds. Fun note: temps never exceeded 67C at 37% fan speed with the TwinFrozr III on this, and my case airflow is crap. :D

 

Core decided to play ball and it let me push it a good amount in the benches. I can tolerate these scores lmao

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1080p Extreme

CPU:  7700k @ 5.4 GHz 
GPU(s):  GTX 1080 SLI
Average FPS:  87.00 FPS
Score:  11,631

 

4k Optimized

CPU:  7700k @ 5.4 GHz 
GPU(s):  GTX 1080 SLI
Average FPS:  116.10 FPS
Score:  15,523

 

8k Optimized

CPU:  7700k @ 5.4 GHz 
GPU(s):  GTX 1080 SLI
Average FPS:  51.64 FPS
Score:  6,904

 

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Well... I did one last attempt to squeeze the last drops of performance for this benchmark:

 

CPU: I7 3970X @4.9 GHz

GPU: 1x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1280/1710 MHz +188 mV (CF result in earlier post)

1080P Extreme preset:

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CPU: I7 3970X @4.9 GHz

GPU: 1x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1255/1650 MHz +144 mV

4K Optimized:

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CPU: I7 3970X @4.9 GHz

GPUs: 2x Gigabyte AMD R9 290 (OC) @1250/1650 MHz +144 mV

4K Optimized:

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I like that CF scaling of 198%

 

That should finally be it for now. I was hitting some sort of power limit, because either rising the voltage or core even tiny bit resulted instant black screen :)


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here is some sweet sweet valley on my Ryzen rig. I havnt tried to push the cpu. simply ran the ASUS Wizard and then manually clocked to 37x multi

 

 

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so.. do we have working SLI now?


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Sajin on EVGA forums has a working SLi fix

 

https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2647934


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Results of SLi fix. New result is 6000+ (see screenshot)

OLD result:

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NEW result: 

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5 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

Results of SLi fix. New result is 6000+ (see screenshot)

 

Nice work bud.


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1 minute ago, done12many2 said:

 

Nice work bud.

sitting where they should be. Amongst the 1080 Tis.

4K:

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Just now, DildorTheDecent said:

sitting where they should be. Amongst the 1080 Tis.

4K:

 

Speaking of the 1080 Ti, guess what will be here Monday.  :D


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