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Unigine Heaven 4.0 Benchmark! Updated 14.02.2013 + BIG GPU test


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HD6870 - DP3 (AMDRadeonAccelerator removed)

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Great . Also an good idea to bench with 4*FSAA on very fast gpus (even more less cpu speed dependent results than with 2*FSAA).
But please add also the 2*FSSA results to compare with others - lowend-midrange gpus (in conclusion with 512 MB VRAM or less) cant handle 4*FSAA good in higher res and so 2*FSAA is an common bench environment for all.

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800x600 vs 1920x1080 2xFSAA :

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800x600 no FSAA :

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Thanks. Beside resolution, FSAA is the parameter which most FPS effect.
Interesting is the big diff in spped windowed vs fullscreen at same resolution with your AMD card + ML DP3.
I get same bench results in 800x600 windowed vs 800x600 fullscreen in 10.7.4 E52 (Nvidia).
Would be fine if others with AMD/NVIDIA check (again) windowed vs fullscreen 800x600 (no fssa for more diff) also.
I bet that only AMD drivers have this huge diff windowed vs fullscreen. Perhaps some AMD driver problems in windowed mode.
Or an ML DP2/DP3 problem. For my knowledge Nvidia cards cant run Unique in windowed mode in DP3 - freeze.

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just because...on 10.7.4 now
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OS 10.7.4 with Nvidia retail driver v.270.00.00f06 ("Quadro driver"),
GTX580 MSI "Lightning" @920Mhz
1920x1080, FSAA=4, all other at max
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And no, I don't agree with you, Mitch: I think that "00f06 Quadro driver" is best seen driver for Fermi cards. Because no need for AGPM edit, because of very good performance in games, because of stability et ct.

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I said ( in thread 10.7.4 out, news) that the Nvidia drivers compared to Apple drivers may only help for Quadro (=Fermi) users. Non fermi users better use Apple drivers!

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I said ( in thread 10.7.4 out, news) that the Nvidia drivers compared to Apple drivers may only help for Quadro (=Fermi) users. Non fermi users better use Apple drivers!


...well...apple 10.7.4 drivers work best for me...GT520(a fermi...but a bit of a {censored} i think) :angel_not:

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I have a "little {censored}" too :) = Geforce GT430, it based on GF108 chip with 96 cores and overclocked @822Mhz with passive cooling.

OS 10.7.4 with Nvidia retail driver v.270.00.00f06 ("Quadro driver")
800x600 windowed, FSAA=2, Shaders=High, Aniso=4
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1920x1080 fullscreen, FSAA=4, Shaders=High, Aniso=16
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IMHO "Quadro" driver demonstrate good performance with this fermi card.

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HD 6870 - OS X Mountain Lion build 12A269 .....




800*600 windowed:

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800*600 fullscreen:

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1920*1080 fullscreen :

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Felt like sharing... By comparing with other GTS450 seems like fine... Still gonna compare on windows. It really makes me sad that i cant play wow on full settings with opengl, and gll not working on 10.8... :( And Dota 2 is freezing like hell 20fps max 2 fps min...

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NEW 4.0 Version Results:

Preset BASIC (medium, 1280x720, windowed, AA*2) Nvidia 9600 GT, 10.8.3 D65

I see that AA*2 and medium already needs 90% of the 512 MB VRAM. Higher quality + Higher res + more AA will reduce speed (short fps downs) with 512 MB only.



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Same but HIGH:
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Version 4.0 produces following images - first one with AA, second without AA. This is not the same scene.
Currently running 12D65.
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EDIT:

AA was not fixed with 12D68 and it seems tessellation doesn't work either.
My benchmark results: Left Basic w/o AA, right Ultra w/o AA.
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EDIT2:

Benchmark result on Basic w/o AA in Windows 8 x64 with OpenGL:
FPS: 132.6
Score: 3340
Min FPS: 9.9
Max FPS: 255.0

Edited by k3nny, 15 February 2013 - 03:14 PM.


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You should use BENCHMARK button (after RUN) to get an benchmark result value. Takes 4 Minutes and benches all 26 scenes.

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I figured it's senseless to do a benchmark when the standard settings produce an invalid output and wanted to report that.

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Ah i see. But that may not be an problem of the benchmark - your gpu may be the problem with actual drivers and AA enabled.
PS: Today D68 is coming up - for sure also changed AMD/Nvidia drivers. May help AMD 7xxx users.
PS2: If only AA makes problems, you could make an custom preset with same settings for BASIC / EXTREME but set AA=0.
My (old) 9600 GT performs 10% faster without AA*2 in BASIC (22 fps vs 24 fps).

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can't use AA ... 1280x720 ... 12D68 ....

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