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This ran quite well for me. The regular Extreme was always about 60FPS and the Extreme HD was a little less. Very pretty wink.gif

Extreme:


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I really liked the rainy sequences.

What a match... my 960T @ 3.9GHz and 3k NB and GTX570 833/1666/2100



I did gain 20 points just messing with power management, lol.
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"extreme HD" settings 1080p

1372/7100 680 SLI
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depth of field
motion blur

the 2 worst "effects" to come to video graphics. the focus bluriness from video cameras are a by-product and side effect. not a feature.

seriously, the great strength of video graphics is the ability to focus without having to blur out the rest of the image. why no clear image!

devs need to stop these gimimcks.
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hmmmm

I am running my SLI 680's on this new benchmark and I have noticed a slight discrepancy:

The in-benchmark stats show both of my gpu's at 1342Mhz - however, MSI Afterburner is showing them at 1333Mhz. Any ideas?

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hmmmm

I am running my SLI 680's on this new benchmark and I have noticed a slight discrepancy:

The in-benchmark stats show both of my gpu's at 1342Mhz - however, MSI Afterburner is showing them at 1333Mhz. Any ideas?


same here. benchmark reports my cards at 1382 vs the actual 1372. justa giltch that will be patched eventually more then likely.

also every card is being reported with 1mb less then actual vram. edit: after re-reading posts it looks like only nvidia cards are incorrectly being reported
Edited by wutang61 - 2/14/13 at 9:38pm
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depth of field
motion blur

the 2 worst "effects" to come to video graphics. the focus bluriness from video cameras are a by-product and side effect. not a feature.

seriously, the great strength of video graphics is the ability to focus without having to blur out the rest of the image. why no clear image!

devs need to stop these gimimcks.

Both looks awesome if implemented properly. Unigine 4.0 is good example how good DOF can look.
post #38 of 97
Whoa! This is great! So cannot wait to try it lol.
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post #39 of 97
I have a 560 non Ti and you barely beat me. So, I would say you are on par with a Ti.

HP Phoenix h9-1110t desktop i7 2600, Evga Superclocked 560 @950MHz core and 2200MHz memory, 8gb 1333 ram, intel 320 ssd.

And here is another picture stock.


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Here is mine...Would like to compare to another 560TI mad.gif

I5 2500K @ 4.5GHz and MSI 560TI Twin Frozr II @925MHz (Asus P8Z68-V GEN 3 Motherboard) 8Gbs Corsair Vengeance @1600MHz - Crucial M4 SSD

Edited by FattysGoneWild - 2/15/13 at 12:19am
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Here is my 7950s I got today out of the box stock:



Just used the extremeHD preset.
I love the way this benchmarks looks, could u imagine skyrim like this?

Hmm I dont know how you got such a high score on your 7950...

Here is mine and mine is overclocked to 1200/1600.


Edit: Talk about an unstable benchmark..just ran it again and got this. Same settings, no extra overclock..wow..

Edited by CyberWolf575 - 2/14/13 at 11:09pm
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