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***Official Unigine Heaven DX11 3.0 Benchmark Scores***

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by dlknight, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Biffa

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    With 2.5 you used to be able to ctrl esc and it would run in a wierd semi windowed mode, or it did on mine. Now it doesn't

    Anyway, heres mine.
    CPU: Intel 2600K @ 4.6Ghz
    GPU: HD7970 Powercolor
    Nothing special, just stopped what I was doing, closed down browser and ran benchmark.

    First at stock:
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    1920x1080
    [​IMG]
    1680x1050
    [​IMG]

    Now clocked to max in CC (1125/1575)
    [​IMG]
    1920x1080
    [​IMG]
    1680x1050:
    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  2. Krony

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    Edit: crashed at 942Mhz so gonna stick with the previous score for now.
     
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  3. weegill

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    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  4. {SAS}TB

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    Shirley you can select "Multi monitor" if you have such a set up ?
     
  5. {SAS}TB

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    [​IMG]
     
  6. Chris

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    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  7. dlknight

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    OK thanks for the help guys RE: screenshots and preventing cheating.

    I have updated the rules :) to say that the main screenshot should be full screen and include the cobbles. GPU-Z screenshot should be seperate.

    If submission doesn't match the rules it won't be included in the leaderboard (will add first iteration of the board tonight!).

    Rules

    1. Include make / model of card to be in post
    2. Include clock settings and voltage used in post
    3. Include name / version of overclocking software used
    4. *Updated 23/03/12* - Screenshot from GPU-Z with clock settings and verification link (separate from results screen)
    5. *Updated 23/03/12* - Screenshot of results in fullscreen with cobblestones from Unigine (not html report)
    6. Results MUST be from version 3.0
     
  8. Mr Krugga

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    IMO post 1920x1080 only.

    The other thread has 1680x1050 results so if anyone's interested in doing that, for whatever reason, use Heaven 2.5, the database is already pretty large to compare with.
     
  9. Dazboots

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    i7 cpu 4.6ghz 1866 memory.
    gigabyte windforce 7970
    gpu- 1250 memory 1701

    just shy of 2500 1 card only.

    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us
     
  10. MyBrains

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    Whats the best place for inserting pics from and is there any i dont need to sign up for?

    Been a few years since i did this sort of thing :p
     
  11. Biffa

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    I use photobox its free
     
  12. Mr Krugga

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    Imgur
     
  13. dave_beast

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    I use Facebook as a photo host.

    PS, where's all these amazing Kepler results?????
     
  14. tommybhoy

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    Probably still wrapped up in vans waiting to be delivered, or for workers to get home.

    Give them a chance to plug them in, most folks will want to play games anyway, that's what they are for after all.

    The majority don't buy a 680 to say 'ooooh my cards better than yours', the select few will, but you know the type I'm talking about.
    :rolleyes:
     
  15. dlknight

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    OK just a quick look before I take a proper look this evening but it seems no one has provided a valid set of benchmark results yet :|

    Some of you are resizing your screenshots which would make it hard to judge if anything has been altered. Full resolution screen shots only please :)

    I will edit the rules to make it clear but we need the following -

    Rules

    1. Include make / model of card to be in post
    2. Include clock settings and voltage used in post
    3. Include name / version of overclocking software used
    4. *Updated 23/03/12* - Screenshot from GPU-Z with clock settings and verification link (separate from results screen)
    5. *Updated 23/03/12* - Screenshot of results in fullscreen with cobblestones from Unigine (not html report)
    6. Screenshots should be native resolution and not resized
    7. Results MUST be from version 3.0
     
  16. Surveyor

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    Have you cleared that with the Mods?

    From the FAQ:

     
  17. Clav

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    Could post a link to a full sized screen? Or use that thumbnail preview thing from imageshack?
     
  18. Mrnob

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    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  19. Biffa

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    I havent resized just cropped, but lucky I saved the originals :)

    But as said, was posting at 1024 ish so not to get a slapped wristy, I think if you can put in the topic a warning about the large images and get the ok from the mods then that would work.
     
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  20. MyBrains

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    Looks simple enough so i guess i'll use this one.. cheers :)

    And thanks for the other suggestions by the other users.