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2xHD7950

P15,000+ GPU score over 19,000

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3649832

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Edited by SonDa5 - 6/14/12 at 3:10am
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post #12052 of 38704
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

2xHD7950
P15,000+ GPU score over 19,000
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3649832
These are some old drivers, look the memory size.
Btw i am quitting on serius overclocking these cards for 24/7, i just dont have more nerves to watch for artefacts and other things.
Edited by sena - 6/14/12 at 3:15am
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Still probably only going to add about 1000 points with tess off.
I see that crossfire does work well a few 3d applications like Heaven and that is good to see.
Hope AMD drivers improve. Would be nice to see Heaven like crossfire performance on everything.

Since when are we judging scaling performance of AMD drivers on freakin' benchmarks ? rolleyes.gif
Bit of a bold statement to say that the scaling is crap only based on benchmark results...
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post #12054 of 38704
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Originally Posted by sena View Post


These are some old drivers, look the memory size.
Btw i am quitting on serius overclocking these cards for 24/7, i just dont have more nerves to watch for artefacts and other things.

 

I run 1100/1600  24/7, I only wring  their necks when doing benchmarks and that isn't to often (When I first get new hardware and then every few months or so after, if I feel like it).


Edited by quakermaas - 6/14/12 at 4:05am
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Third 12.6 beta driver released this month, this one with the 9.00 driver version attached to it. Going to install and bench it now... *rubs hands together excitedly...*
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Originally Posted by AnToNCheZ View Post

Third 12.6 beta driver released this month, this one with the 9.00 driver version attached to it. Going to install and bench it now... *rubs hands together excitedly...*

 Any links ?

 

Edit: got it

http://benchmark3d.com/amd-catalyst-12-6-9-00-beta-june-12

 

 

 

"Finally, we have a 12.6 Beta on par with 8.97 April 18th driver (currently the best performing one)" smile.gifthumb.gif OK, lets see.

 

 

Edit: Well the modded driver isn't playing nice at all, lots of jumping and flickering on the screen, and that's just on the desktop(feels like it is going to BSOD any minute now)

Will try the standard ones now.

 

Still getting the screen jumping&flickering, but it only happens when I apply any sort of overclock with MSI AB thinking.gif


Edited by quakermaas - 6/14/12 at 7:01am
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How did you get virtu working? Can you describe the procedure please.

First I installed the Lucidlogix VirtuMVP software that came with my motherboard (Sabertooth z77) then found out there was an updated and downloaded it from http://www.lucidlogix.com/driverdownloads.html

I would think you can just download it straight from there and once it is installed, after a reboot or two, it will add an icon to the task tray. To tell if it is working by default when you load a game it will display Lucid Hyperformance logo at the top left corner, you can change this to display for a short few seconds then let it go away, and change the positioning of its logo. If you need more help with it let me know. I'm doing this off the top of my head, I'm currently at work and can look at it closer and reset it up to help if need be.
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This Lucid VirtuMVP is this only usefull for benching or also for real gaming performance?

From what I can tell its not useful for benchmarking, it currently just pads the numbers because of it not being officially supported yet with 3dmark11.

It does provide a nice boost in performance when having vsync enabled. I've read how it works and if I recall correctly it removes frames that would never make it to be displayed, and reduces the amount of visual tearing. It works with the dedicated gpu and the cpu to take advantage of clock cycles and reduce redundant rendering tasks. Lucidlogix claims to boost the frame rate 30-70%.
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From what I can tell its not useful for benchmarking, it currently just pads the numbers because of it not being officially supported yet with 3dmark11.
It does provide a nice boost in performance when having vsync enabled. I've read how it works and if I recall correctly it removes frames that would never make it to be displayed, and reduces the amount of visual tearing. It works with the dedicated gpu and the cpu to take advantage of clock cycles and reduce redundant rendering tasks. Lucidlogix claims to boost the frame rate 30-70%.

wow, that sounds awesome !
Why are not more peope using it I wonder ?
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