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Benchmarking At 2560x1440 with Titan SLI

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Since I got a new monitor I decided run some benchmarks.

Post One contains the programs used, the setting used, the cpu at stock clocks, and the GPU with a slight overclock.

Post two will contain scores from these programs while the GPU's have a overclock applied. The same program settings will be applied.

Note that some programs may not have 2560x1440 option, if that occurs I will use the highest Res that the program allows. Also if a program does not have a standard benchmark, I may make a video of the area I used to test and post it up to my youtube channel. If there is a program you want me to run, let me know and If I have time I will run it for you.

CPU: i7 3960
GPU's: Nvidia Titan SLI
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 16GB
Monitor: Asus PB278Q
Motherboard : Rampage IV

Programs that will be used on the 314.21 beta drivers:

3D Mark 11
3D Mark Fire Strike
AVP DX 11 Benchmark
Batman Arkham City Benchmark
BioShock Infinite Benchmark
Catzilla Benchmark
Computemark Benchmark
Crysis 1 Benchmark
Crysis 3 Time Demo Benchmark
Far Cry 2 Benchmark
Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark
Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
Mafia 2 Benchmark
Metro 2033 Benchmark
Tomb Raider Benchmark
Valley 1.0 Benchmark

Scores

3D Mark 11





3D Mark Fire Strike







AVP DX 11 Benchmark







Batman Arkham City Benchmark





BioShock Infinite Benchmark











Computemark Benchmark





Crysis 1 Benchmark







Crysis 3 Time Demo Benchmark




Here is a video of the Crysis 3 Time demo in action:









Far Cry 2 Benchmark







Heaven 4.0



Mafia 2 Benchmark[/U]





Metro 2033 Benchmark





Tomb Raider Benchmark















Valley 1.0

Edited by CDMAN - 3/26/13 at 6:24am
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Intel Core i7 3960X Asus Rampage IV Evga Titan in SLI G.Skill |2400 
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post #2 of 4
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2560x1440 benchmarks part 2. GPU's will be overclocked for these tests. CPU will stay at stock speed for now. Same Program settings as before.

Scores

3D Mark 11



3D Mark Fire Strike



AVP DX 11 Benchmark







Batman Arkham City Benchmark



Catzilla Benchmark



Computemark Benchmark



Crysis 1 Benchmark



Crysis 3 Time Demo Benchmark






Here is a video of the Crysis 3 Time demo in action:

Far Cry 2 Benchmark



Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark







Heaven 4.0 Benchmark



Mafia 2 Benchmark



Metro 2033 Benchmark



Tomb Raider Benchmark









Valley 1.0 Benchmark

Edited by CDMAN - 3/26/13 at 6:26am
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Some 1920x1080 scores:

BioShock Infinite Benchmark @ stock CPU and GPU










Edited by CDMAN - 3/25/13 at 11:36pm
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Last year i did the same thing you have done i did a what a GTX 680 can do thread i had at the time something like 18 program and games i showed FPS number in 2560x1440

LOL just saw we both have the Asus PB278Q
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