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LuxMark 2.0 Bench Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by LtMatt, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. humbug

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    Just for funnies, Phenom II x6 1090T @ 4Ghz

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  2. LtMatt

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    Q8200 @3ghz
    4GB DDR2 @1066Mhz
    HD7770 @1300/1250 @1.35v
    14.4 Beta

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    Complex
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    Sala
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    Simple
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  3. humbug

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    Good clock on that card Matt.
     
  4. humbug

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    Dual D700's, is that the new MAC-Pro?
     
  5. LtMatt

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    Two points Lamb Shanks, two points! I will make that up somehow, even with lower clocks. Muahahahah!

    I changed to the beta drivers and got a few extra points.

    Complex - Score 2746
    290 Crossfire @975/1250
    14.4 Beta

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  6. humbug

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    I'm still waiting for someone to knock me off the top of the single GPU Table. :p
     
  7. LtMatt

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    Don't tempt me. ;)

    Don't worry though, im sure Kaap will be along to take all the crowns soon. He's the only one posting water cooled 290 benchmarks so we've got no chance against him. :D
     
  8. humbug

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    He's just being nice, giving me some time at the top before kicking me off. :p
     
  9. N19h7m4r3

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    It is indeed.
     
  10. humbug

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    Drool....

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  11. Ian Evey

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    got 18842 on the hdr ball thing, can not take screenshot though as it crashes when its finished. Class this as an unofficial entry :)
     
  12. LtMatt

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    Read it and weep Shanksy boi. Had to use Windows 8 diagnostic startup to get these scores. Can't beat you on Complex though, will have to settle for a draw, though i suppose i theoretically take 1st place as i have slightly lower gpu clocks. :p

    14.4 Beta is definitely scoring higher than 14.4 WHQL for me.


    290 Crossfire@975/1250
    14.4 Beta

    HDR Ball

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    Sala Medium

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    Room Complex

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  13. Uncle Petey

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    7970CF @1250/1800
    14.4 WHQL

    Luxball

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    Sala Medium

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    Room Complex

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  14. snips86x

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    Here is mine, using 14.4 WHQL drivers

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  15. LtMatt

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    And on the scoreboard. :)

    Nice Sala and Room scores.
     
  16. GoogalyMoogaly

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    Been having a quick play with this.

    I've noticed a few things...
    1. Uncle Petey that's a good score, my 7950s don't come close to that! (Although they're not clocked nearly as high)
    2. While I can't beat Humbug's Single card score, I think my 7950s probably beat him on Bang-for-Buck based on their score. I think Uncle Petey's 7970CF probably beat that though, depending on how much he paid.
    3. The application seems to detect and display the clocks you were using when you loaded the application, however the score reflects the clocks you were actually running.
     
  17. snips86x

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    How do you find TriXX?
     
  18. LtMatt

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    Yes it does not detect core overclocks so its important for people to list them. Scores definitely improve with overclocking though.

    I only use it on my 7770 system as it allows for 1.35v where as afterburner only allows 1.3v.
     
  19. GoogalyMoogaly

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    Oh, didn't notice that it didn't detect overclocks at all (only noticed it at all after seeing Uncle Petey's screenshots, which do show his clocks correctly.
     
  20. LtMatt

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    I've not noticed it detecting the correct clocks on Hawaii, but i don't recall if i actually restarted the program. Test it and post your results gm. :)