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Time Spy Standard DX 12 Bench.

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, 14 Jul 2016.

  1. LtMatt

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    The game launched 14th Sept 2018 and Ray Tracing was not added until 20th March 2019, so when Kaap started the benchmark thread Ray Tracing was not available in the game.

    A DLSS benchmark section for that game would just be Nvidia cards though so can't see it being very interesting or garnering much interest from users tbh.
     
  2. Jay-G25

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    oh i always thought it had RT from the start , never knew that as when this came out i had it on PS4 pro as i didn't actually build my PC until last year just before the lockdown :cry: Oh i agree a Dlss benchmark just for NV cards would be boring as hell, what i meant was Kaap has kept the benchmark fair by not allowing the use of RT or DLSS which is 100% the correct thing to do and keeps both cards on a level playing field ... dlss is crap in that game anyway and i never use it as makes it look noticeably worse as it version 1.0... runs pretty good native anyway so no real need for it:D

    I am genuinely happy that AMD card are doing so well now and in some cases coming out on top:cool: , hopefully Nvidia take note and make sure next generation we get a massive uplift in performance ( along with an uplift in price no doubt :rolleyes: ) and i suppose AMD will do the same again . Competition is needed at the top end otherwise they get complacent and think a small % uplift in performance and big price increase is acceptable :o
     
  3. LtMatt

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    Yep agree mate. Your score is safe in SOTTR don't worry. :D
     
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  5. Kaapstad

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    Scoreboard updated.:)
     
  6. Jay-G25

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    That's a very impressive score mate considering its air cooled :D

    Is it a bog standard 6900XT or like some sort of Kingpin version of a 3090 ? Any plans to watercool it ? some liquid metal and a nice waterblock and scores should increase even further;):cool:
     
  7. xR00Tx

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  8. LtMatt

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    It's using an AIO, so technically water but not 'true' water cooling IMO. :)

    It's a Sapphire Toxic Extreme. No special bin per se, but it is an XTXH 6900 which is the better 6900 XTX silicon with a 1.2v voltage limit vs 1.175v for regular 6900 XTX.
    I fully expect you to beat my score before long, I know you too well. :D
     
  9. LtMatt

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    I've heard a rumour that @Too Tall has just beaten my graphics score on Timespy. :D
     
  10. Too Tall

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    I can confirm I did, not by much though. Not a valid score as I disabled a 3dmark service by accident.

    I'll try again next weekend.

    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/22179582
     
  11. LtMatt

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    You tease! :D
    [​IMG]
     
  12. Too Tall

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    Very odd, I haven't hidden it.
     
  13. LtMatt

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    Well, I've seen it. Bugger everyone else. :D
     
  14. Boomstick777

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  15. LtMatt

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    It was using an AIO, so not air but not proper water cooling either.

    RDNA2 is blowing away Ampere on the 3dMark benches these days, aside from Port Royal.
     
  16. Boomstick777

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    I want to try out the RX 6900 XT but the pricing is still to high for me to justify. What is the RRP on those bad boys ?
     
  17. LtMatt

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    999$ I believe for MBA.
     
  18. Trick

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    3700X, 3080 FE, 32GB 3600 CL14 (Dark Rock 4, Team Group 8Pack 28800C16 3600 @ 14,15,15,30,48)
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/22225614

    Score: 16132
    GFX Score: 17826
    CPU Score: 10487

    CPU @ 4.375
    GPU: 1920Mhz, 4800 ram

    Driver: 471.41
     
  19. Kaapstad

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    Scoreboard updated.:)
     
  20. Too Tall

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    Last edited: 21 Aug 2021