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Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post

I know some of you are waiting for this one right ftw and tsm? XD lol
Again nvidia 6xx series have no match for this benchmark neither, this is my run

zGunBLADEz - 3770K @ 4.8GHz - 7970/7950 @ 1200/1700 - 89.1FPS - 3728



So go get them guys XD

Sad sad sad my 2 x 670 FTW's beating up a 7970/7950 combo.

When will you AMD fanboys learn.........eh someday right?
Edited by SeanJ76 - 2/14/13 at 7:49pm
post #42 of 13339
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Sad sad sad stock 2 x 670 FTW's beating up a 7970/7950 combo.

do you even know how far my cards overclock? LOL thats nothing... Your cards are boosting which mean = overclocks... So they are not on stock XD
post #43 of 13339

Top Unigine Valley 1.0 Scores

Wouldn't it be easier just to specify the ExtremeHD preset in the OP?

Forceman - 2600K @ 4.6 HT on - GTX 680 - 1280/6600- 49.1 - 2053



Edit: Re-ran it after first swapping through all the screens, and as with Heaven, it improves the min frame rate. Upped the score a touch.
Edited by Forceman - 2/14/13 at 7:40pm
post #44 of 13339
Like I said guys, something is definitely wrong with AMD cards in this bench, which isn't unprecedented with new benches. My 7970's in CF are scoring lower than a single 670 right now. Does that mean that 7970's are less than half as good as 670's? Of course not, just in this particular test...
post #45 of 13339
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Wouldn't it be easier just to specify the ExtremeHD preset in the OP?

Forceman - 2600K @ 4.6 HT on - GTX 680 - 1280/6600- 47.5 -1988


I tried to follow the same presets as CDMAN's in the Heaven 4.0 thread...
post #46 of 13339
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Like I said guys, something is definitely wrong with AMD cards in this bench, which isn't unprecedented with new benches. My 7970's in CF are scoring lower than a single 670 right now. Does that mean that 7970's are less than half as good as 670's? Of course not, just in this particular test...
Theres something wrong in your config try disable/activate crossfire..

Because my 7970/7950 @ 1200 are 5 fps behind from 2x680 1275MHz / 1750MHz --- 94.1 FPS
and in my tests 7950 needs 160 extra on core to be as efficient as a 7970... at least on crunching hashes..
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 2/14/13 at 5:50pm
post #47 of 13339
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I tried to follow the same presets as CDMAN's in the Heaven 4.0 thread...

Fair enough, but Heaven doesn't have a HD preset (which is idiotic, but whatever). Since this one does I would suggest just using it. Otherwise you are going to get some people running the ExtremeHD preset and others trying to set it manually (even if they are the same settings). Maybe that is contributing to the weird scores, like that 80 FPS GTX 670 one.
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Updated score: stahlhart ---- i7-2700K @ 5.0GHz ---- GTX670 SLI @ 1319/3574 ---- 90.7 ---- 3795
post #49 of 13339
Heaven is losing it's usefulness because they removed all the settings from view in the SS. I'm not sure what they are thinking putting aside the obvious scaling problems.
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Majin SSJ Eric --- 3960X @ 4.8GHz --- 2 x 7970 @ 1219MHz / 1754Mhz --- 93.5 FPS --- 3912



By the way, to get CF to work I had to check the "enable CF for apps that have no CF profile" in CCC.
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