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Actually HD5k >> GTX4xx in Vantage because of the texture mapping performance. I'm pretty sure that a single 5850 beats a GTX 470 in Vantage though. The GTX 5xx are on steroids in that bench though, maybe that's where you've got those thoughts from.

Let's do CoP.
Ok, I'll do :

-1920x1080
- Ultra Preset
- 4xMSAA + 4xTranspareant AA
- DX11 Features on

SSAO at default and low quality
Edited by antuk15 - 2/5/11 at 3:39pm
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I don't see/have any options for transparency in the benchmark....

EDIT:

tessy on right?
Edited by TheBlademaster01 - 2/5/11 at 3:47pm
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This is turning into a gpu vs gpu type discussion...

But I'll bite, this is everything maxed out. (very high ssao)

    
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Oooo.... this benchmark has highlighted a problem, VRAM limited!

HDD's were going crazy during this bench on ultra texture settings!

Would love 2Gb of VRAM, GTX 470's extra VRAM will help it push here...

GPU usage is really good though, Lowest I saw was 85% though out the entire benchmark, Both GPU's were at 99% during the 'god rays' test. Not suprising though as this game is known for 805+ scaling for both ATI and Nvidia

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Results :



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Did you disable one of your video cards?
    
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Did you disable one of your video cards?
VRAM limited, hard drives were thrashing like crazy...

Funny enough as well, Done a google search for a GTX470 running the COP benchmark on max settings and EVERY results showed a lot lower results thens yours....

Granted they wasn't running sandy bridge but a 4.2Ghz used by others is still more then enough for a single GTX470, especially in a GPU heavy benchmark like this.

Infact you're results are close to GTX470 SLI, Now are you going to say sandy bridge doubles GPU power at 5ghz?

EDIT : Now I'm curious how you just managed to run this bench...


Edited by antuk15 - 2/5/11 at 4:11pm
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Settings:



My results:

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VRAM limited, hard drives were thrashing like crazy...

Funny enough as well, Done a google search for a GTX470 running the COP benchmark on max settings and EVERY results showed a lot lower results thens yours....

Granted they wasn't running sandy bridge but a 4.2Ghz used by others is still more then enough for a single GTX470, especially in a GPU heavy benchmark like this.

Infact you're results are close to GTX470 SLI, Now are you going to say sandy bridge doubles GPU power at 5ghz?

EDIT : Now I'm curious how you just managed to run this bench...



I ran it before, for proof of that you can view this thread in a few days once my bandwidth limit is reset.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/91...225-vs-my.html


Nice numbers on the core2quad. Holy bat stuffings, 90c?? Get those puppies under water stat!

antuk you should run the game with both gpus this time.
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Nah, it's over. Balla just has an insane GPU clock of 930MHz and the 5GHz 2500k is just killing our CPUs on minimum FPS (CPU intensive) except in 1 case.

It's time for a CPU upgrade. I've seen my GPU usage drop to 37% in the game....

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The fan speed was pinned at 58%. I did not want to disturb the good folks around me, 01:38AM here

One of the good things about low gpu usage are the low temperatures (considering the fan speed and sli configuration)
Edited by TheBlademaster01 - 2/5/11 at 4:43pm
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