The RX 480 bench is tess.tweak result (ie tess=off), so are mine
. Every HWBot'r that knows you can have tess. off will do that.
Here is RX 480 result on it's own showing tess.tweak done, link
. The HWBot sub page for that RX 480 bench
Fury X sub page and HWBot sub 3DM score link
, my 24/7 OC 3DM link
So far Gorod's result is highest on HWBot 3DM FS, subs page
The combined test does load CPU as well, that's why most will say if you just gaming get a i5 vs i7, regardless if Skylake, Devil's Canyon, etc.
Now the torture really starts: both CPU and GPU are pushed hard at the same time. The GPU load is a mix of Graphics test 1 and 2, using tessellation, volumetric illumination, fluid simulation, particle simulation, FFT based bloom and Depth of Field. The CPU is pushed by creating the rigid body physics of the breaking statues (background). The test runs 32 world simulations running in separate threads each containing 1 statue crumbling into 113 parts. On top off that: 16 invisible rigid bodies (in all but one world). The simulations run on one thread per available CPU core.
Link:- [GUIDE] 3DMark Score Calculation - how to calculate 3DMark Scores
The linked ROG guide is done by member viewing 3DMark technical guide.
Author : Henkenator68NL
Date : 1-july-2013
Source : Official Futuremark 3DMark Technical Guidehttp://www.futuremark.com/downloads/3DMark_Technical_Guide.pdf
Originally Posted by Orthello
I think that is the issue with comparing to 3d mark with different cpus / mem system. To a level it will alter the graphics scores also.
On 3DM13 as long as CPU is not bottlenecking GPU, Graphics score / Graphics test 1 & 2 is comparable
.Edited by gupsterg - 7/4/16 at 3:50pm