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LTT 3DMark Thread

L6gpFLs.jpgUPDATE 4/7/21: I see this is still being used but fairly outdated. I will look to update this and create a new tracking system to organize the results.

 

I have decided to start a LTT 3DMark spreadsheet for anyone looking to keep track of their scores in relation to other users of the community. Much thanks to Jumper118 for maintaining the Valley thread found here. I will be maintaining 3 different benchmarks to start, I will add more if needed later on.

 

You can download 3DMark from their website:

http://www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/3dmark

 

Rules:

  • You must use the template below to submit your score.
  • Only valid scores will be added.
  • If you are updating your score please indicate you are doing so in your post.

 

Template:

Benchmark: (Fire Strike, Fire Strike Extreme, Sky Diver)
CPU: 
GPU:
GPU Core:
GPU Memory:

Score:
3DMark Link:
PCPartPicker Link: (optional)


Current link (DXMember's May 17 2016 Update): https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=718A6487E3EBF0D2!175&authkey=!AFgMhhezFkbXg6Q&ithint=file%2Cxlsx

 

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Benchmark: Fire Strike

CPU: i7 4790K @ 4.8GHz
GPU: R9 290 + R9 290X Xfire
GPU Core: 1,140 MHz
GPU Memory: 1,500 MHz
Score: 17849

3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2714709

 

I could push 1200 with both these cards, but my RM850 might cry :P

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Benchmark: FIre Srike
CPU: i7 4790K @ 4.5 GHZ
GPU: Asus R9 290 Direct CUII 
GPU Core: 1,000MHz
GPU Memory: 1260MHz

Score:10077
3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2655339

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UPDATE: 10/30/2014

 

 

LTT 3D Mark Thread spread sheet updated!

 

 

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TycvqdkYByBGU45OlICNLDTDHY22fqSMEiZb_0M9l64/edit?usp=sharing

 

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Hmm maybe I should rethink how the benchmarks should be classified. It was my intent to have high-end systems bench on fire strike extreme, average systems on fire strike and lower end on sky diver. This way we could keep everyone in their respected tier and they could relate their systems to others of a similar build.

Perhaps all SLI/cf configs should be on extreme.

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Hmm maybe I should rethink how the benchmarks should be classified. It was my intent to have high-end systems bench on fire strike extreme, average systems on fire strike and lower end on sky diver. This way we could keep everyone in their respected tier and they could relate their systems to others of a similar build.

Perhaps all SLI/cf configs should be on extreme.

Extreme is when you have to pay for and I gotta say I´ll cheap out on that. I´m not shy buying good software like Aida64 Extreme full version but this is just a benchmark.

 

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Perhaps all SLI/cf configs should be on extreme.

As Najuno  had just said, to run Fire Strike at Extreme setting requires that user pay for it. Funny to think that peeps with high end cards 'cheap out' on this benchmark program. :P  :D  Regardless, to make it a level playing field, benchmarks should be run at regular presets on the free version. I have the paid version actually, only reason why I'd gotten it is due to the fact that I can simply run the Fire Strike benchmark at whatever setting I choose w/o going thru all those other time consuming benchmarks.

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As Najuno  had just said, to run Fire Strike at Extreme setting requires that user pay for it. Funny to think that peeps with high end cards 'cheap out' on this benchmark program. :P  :D  Regardless, to make it a level playing field, benchmarks should be run at regular presets on the free version. I have the paid version actually, only reason why I'd gotten it is due to the fact that I can simply run the Fire Strike benchmark at whatever setting I choose w/o going thru all those other time consuming benchmarks.

The text here before was nonsense from a point of view nowadays...

 

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The 25 USD are not an issue money wise, but I use more programs like Aida64, Cinebench or Unigine Benchmarks and just for shits and giggles for a single time benchmarking isn´t really worth it for me.

My previous post wasn't directed at you, don't get me wrong.  :o  It's a statement in general as I've seen guys with uber systems who have refused to pay for it. I got mine on the Steam sale when it was quite cheap.......at 25USD, I'd not pay for it. ^_^

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Sorry, I did not know Extreme was paid for. I bought 3DMark a while ago and just figured it was part of the free edition. I'll update the sheet to prioritize Fire Strike over Extreme. Is Sky Diver free?

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Sorry, I did not know Extreme was paid for. I bought 3DMark a while ago and just figured it was part of the free edition. I'll update the sheet to prioritize Fire Strike over Extreme. Is Sky Diver free?

Thank you that is nice :) . To my knowledge every benchmark in 3D Mark is free except for the extreme.

 

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Is the latest AMD driver not approved? I noticed both AMD submissions say that the driver is not approved.

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Is the latest AMD driver not approved? I noticed both AMD submissions say that the driver is not approved.

Not sure could be BETA drivers.

 

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Updated the spreadsheet.

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I find this a cool idea to have this thread as well. It helps just like the Unigine Valley thread the people to dig a bit more in detail of their GPUs and optimize them :).

 

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I find this a cool idea to have this thread as well. It helps just like the Unigine Valley thread the people to dig a bit more in detail of their GPUs and optimize them :).

Yeah, I'm hoping I can get a mod to sticky it.

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I´d try to contact one of them with a PM... would hate to see this thread going lost in nirvana.

 

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Yeah I may do that.

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well well well! Someone else updating a spreadsheet, this is good :D

Firestrike and skydiver

i5 2550K@5GHzWatermelons

2X Asus HD6850@940/1180

Firestrike: 5171

Skydiver: 16439 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4006091

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Asus Zenith III Extreme

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ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

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Thanks for pinning this topic @ LTT mods!

 

And this thread compliments Jumper118 's Valley benchmark thread very well.

 

Hope to see more of you guys posting your results in here as well.

 

Now I just have to wait for Game24 and the release of nVidia's GTX980. If the card is really that good, I'll have to sell 1 more GTX780 Ti for cheap and get 3 of these GTX980s going and benchmark the hell ouf of them. Can't wait to see that under water!

 

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Benchmark: Fire Strike
CPU: i5 4670k @ 4.4 Ghz
GPU: GTX 780 Ti
GPU Core: 1,130 Mhz
GPU Memory: 1,850 Mhz

Score: 10,954
3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2347312
 

I can't get this freaking score above 11,000...

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Ok since I have now a GTX980 2way SLI running I think it is time to post my new 3D Mark result as well.

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike
CPU: i7 5930K @ 4.560 Ghz
GPU: GTX 980 2way SLI
GPU Core: 1362 Mhz
GPU Memory: 2008 Mhz

Score: 21878
3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4099618

 

It seems like my GTX980 2way SLI scales better with 3D Mark than Unigine Valley because this benchmark was under air and the difference to my watercooled GTX780 Ti 2way SLI is a notch higher.

 

As a remark the cards run incredibly cool and never went over 68° Celsius. Noise wasn´t the issue as well.

 

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Ok since I have now a GTX980 2way SLI running I think it is time to post my new 3D Mark result as well.

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike

CPU: i7 5930K @ 4.625 Ghz

GPU: GTX 980 2way SLI

GPU Core: 1362 Mhz

GPU Memory: 2008 Mhz

Score: 22321

3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4094670

 

It seems like my GTX980 2way SLI scales better with 3D Mark than Unigine Valley because this benchmark was under air and the difference to my watercooled GTX780 Ti 2way SLI is a notch higher.

 

As a remark the cards run incredibly cool and never went over 68° Celsius. Noise wasn´t the issue as well.

 

Seems like your overclock isn't stable, note the turbo freq on your cpu for that result.

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