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How much does the cpu effect Heaven out of interest?

Minimal - only really low end CPUs or really old ones will show any significant impact and it mostly hits the min fps as the benchmark takes a bit longer to stabalise at the start which is where the lowest mins usually happen.
 
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That happens with some gpus/drivers it doesn't grab the framebuffer correctly, you will prolly need to use the screencapture feature in fraps, msi afterburner, etc.
 
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Right so far I believe weegill (http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=21534523&postcount=23) is the only person who has correctly submitted a result.

Please take a look at the rules and follow weegill's example guys.

I'm also using Google Docs to collate the data so will include a link to the spreadsheet when there are more results.

Ta

He also broke the rules (like many others in this thread) by posting oversized images. :p

And what's the point in adding overclocking software to the thread, it's not like it changes anything.
 
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Right so far I believe weegill (http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=21534523&postcount=23) is the only person who has correctly submitted a result.

Please take a look at the rules and follow weegill's example guys.

I'm also using Google Docs to collate the data so will include a link to the spreadsheet when there are more results.

Ta

Fixed mine to the rules as far as I can see :p

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=21538698&postcount=56

Cannot write voltages as the 680 does what it wants with them :p

Seems to be around 1.16Volts from what I can gather from PrecisionX though
 
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Soldato
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Fixed mine to the rules as far as I can see :p

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=21538698&postcount=56

Cannot write voltages as the 680 does what it wants with them :p

Seems to be around 1.16Volts from what I can gather from PrecisionX though

Same here, fixed my post, hopefully according to the rules now.

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=21538138&postcount=50

I still think it should be 1920x1080 only and the Heaven 2.5 thread should be reopened as it contains a large database and would be suitable for users with lower resolution screens.
 
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Thanks guys - but you have some very strange aspect ratios on your monitors :p

I've emailed a mod asking if it is OK to post 1920x1080 screen shots - not had a reply yet.
 
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heres mine:

2 x ati sapphire toxic hd6950 in crossfire @ 1920 x 1080

standard clocks card ships with:

Gpu clock : 880mhz
memory clock : 1300mhz

gpuz.gif


http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/865f8/

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I think leave the screens at native res but crop them so u can see the result and some of the cobbles at full detail and stick to the forum rules :)
 
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