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post #1 of 487 (permalink) Old 04-11-2017, 07:37 PM - Thread Starter
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Tweak Rules for Unigine SUPERPOSITION:

Allowed optimisations:

  • Driver settings finetuning.
  • Tesselation tweaking.
  • Minimal OS optimisation


Disallowed tweaks/cheats:

  • No LOD tweaking.
  • Mipmap
  • Any software or human interaction altering the perceived speed of the benchmark program, tricking it to believe it ran faster.
  • Wireframe hacks: any software or driver causing a benchmark program not (properly) render the textures.
  • Rendered image differs too much from the original due to other software tweaking.
  • Forbidden to use 3rd party tools such as Nvidia Inspector or radeon Pro


If any of these rules are not respected, those results will not be included.



AMD Tweaks (Provided by sugarhell )

AMD Tweaks! (Click to show)
FOR AMD TWEAKS
 
  • If you have multimonitors when you bench on single screen you should unplug the others. This will help your score and fps.Also you can try to kill all the unnecessary processes through task manager.
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  • The most important thing is the drivers. A bad install of drivers will result in lower fps.
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  1. Open Catalyst Control Center
  2. Gaming (tab)
  3. 3D Applications Settings
  4. Press Add
  5.  
  6. Go to C://Programs files (x86)// Unigine // Valley // bin // valley.exe

Will give this



Under Anti-Aliasing: you don't change anything

Under Texture Filtering:
  • Set Anisotropic Filtering Mode:Override Application Settings
  • Set Anisotropic Filtering Level: 2x
  • Set Texture Filtering Quality: Perfomance
  • Set Surface Format Optimizations : Off

Only for multi-gpu:
  • For crossfire the default profile is working fine. But you can force 1x1 optimization or AFR friendly if you believe that you will achieve a higher score.
  • For tri-fire or quad you NEED to force 1x1 optimization to have a good usage across the cards.

Tab : Performance
  • Go to AMD overdrive and disable it. For benching you should use MSI AB or Trixx
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Windows tweaks.

Disable AERO.
  1. Right click on the desktop
  2. Personalize
  3. Basic and High Contrast Themes and choose Windows 7 Basic

Set priority of valley.exe
  1. Open valley and while you are on the launcher do this.Right click on the taskbar
  2. Start Task Manager
  3. Processes
  4. Find valley.exe
  5. Right click
  6. Set priority and choose Real Time

Turn off UAC.
  • Its just useless
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Disable indexing on C: Drive .
  1. Right click on your C
  2. Properties
  3. Untick ''Allow files on this driver to have contents indexed in addition to file properties''
  4. Apply changes to drive C:/,subfolders and files (you should install valley on your ssd if you search the optimal performance)

Terminate explorer.exe
  1. Open task manager
  2. Find explorer.exe
  3. Right click End process



For an AMD driver guide you should read tsm's guide.
AMD How to Guide

Additional Items:
There are more things that you can do to try for a slightly better score. These items are unlikely to get you a large score increase, but depending on your setup, they might help.

1) Ctrl-Shift-Esc will bring up your Windows Task manager. On the Process tab you can shut down any unnecessary ones. You can find a guide to processes and also turning off other items at blackviper.com.
2) If you have many programs starting with windows you can make adjustments to them by going to the start button search window and typing msconfig. On the Startup tab you may notice programs automatically starting that are not necessary.
3) Some benchers may create a separate Windows installation with just the bare minimum of components, and no unnecessary programs or utilities.
4) You can optimize your hard drive by trying a few tweaks. Here is guide for Windows 7:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
and one for Windows 8:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1240779/seans-windows-8-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
5) You can try increasing the priority of the Valley process. To do that start the benchmark in windowed mode, then use ctrl-shift-esc to bring up the Task Manger. Right click on the Valley.exe process, move to Set Priority and click Realtime. Then click Change Priority to confirm in the pop up window. You can also stop the explorer.exe process (or others) by right clicking and choosing End Process, and confirming the pop up. To bring back explorer, click File>New Task(Run…) then enter explorer.exe in the Open: box and click OK. After closing Task Manger, go back to Valley hit Esc, then you can click Full Screen on the Settings tab to resume the benchmark.

 

 



nVIDIA Tweaks (Provided by justandoldman )

 

 

nVIDIA Tweaks (Click to show)
NVIDIA guide to better scores in Valley 1.0


Drivers:
Your cards drivers are key to your best score. Many times the newest beta drivers from NVIDIA will give you the highest score but not always. Certain gpu configurations may benefit from slightly older drivers. A good, clean install of your drivers is important. Here is a guide to completely remove your drivers:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1150443/how-to-remove-your-nvidia-gpu-drivers

VALLEY GUIDE:
1) Right click on your desktop to bring up the NVIDIA control panel, and click on “Manage 3D Settings.” Click the Program Settings tab, then the drop down box to choose Valley. If you don’t see it you can click the Add button for Unigine Engine, or Browse for Valley.exe which is in C>Program files (x86)>Unigine>Valley>bin. Change the following four items, then click Apply.
>Muti-display/mixed-GPU acceleration change to Single display performance mode
>Power management mode change to Prefer maximum performance
>Texture filtering – Quality change to High performance
>Vertical sync changed to off
Your page should now look like this:



2) Now click on “Adjust image settings with preview” in the control panel. Click the “Use my preference emphasizing:” button and change the slider to Performance, then click Apply. Your page should now look like this:


You can now close the control panel.

3) Have only one monitor plugged into your card(s).
4) Overclock your chip as much as you can with reasonable stability.
5) Overclock your card’s memory as much as possible, Valley likes high memory clocks, then overclock your card’s core as much as possible.
6) Change your desktop theme to Windows Classic.
7) Shut down all other programs, and do not have any monitoring software running.
8) You need to keep your card from throttling. Many cards have a thermal throttle point, such as 70c, where they downclock. If you are not underwater then open up your case, use a floor fan blowing on your cards, run Valley at the coldest part of the day, or anything else you can do to keep all your gpus under their throttle point. Some cards will allow a greater oc if they are colder as well.
9) Hit ENTER to scroll through the first few seconds of each of Valley’s 18 scenes before hitting F9 to start the benchmark.

Additional Items:
There are more things that you can do to try for a slightly better score. These items are unlikely to get you a large score increase, but depending on your setup, they might help.

1) Ctrl-Shift-Esc will bring up your Windows Task manager. On the Process tab you can shut down any unnecessary ones. You can find a guide to processes and also turning off other items at blackviper.com.
2) If you have many programs starting with windows you can make adjustments to them by going to the start button search window and typing msconfig. On the Startup tab you may notice programs automatically starting that are not necessary.
3) Some benchers may create a separate Windows installation with just the bare minimum of components, and no unnecessary programs or utilities.
4) You can optimize your hard drive by trying a few tweaks. Here is guide for Windows 7:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
and one for Windows 8:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1240779/seans-windows-8-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
5) You can try increasing the priority of the Valley process. To do that start the benchmark in windowed mode, then use ctrl-shift-esc to bring up the Task Manger. Right click on the Valley.exe process, move to Set Priority and click Realtime. Then click Change Priority to confirm in the pop up window. You can also stop the explorer.exe process (or others) by right clicking and choosing End Process, and confirming the pop up. To bring back explorer, click File>New Task(Run…) then enter explorer.exe in the Open: box and click OK. After closing Task Manger, go back to Valley hit Esc, then you can click Full Screen on the Settings tab to resume the benchmark.

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Did a quick run on my 5930k/1080Ti with the free version. Throttled 75MHz down quite a bit on the 8K Optimized test.

If you play the game... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
mess with the time switch and throw some darts, really cool.

Edit: Added 4K, 5K, and 8K custom extreme/high runs. Talk about a GPU killer 1.3 FPS FOR 8K who-let-rip-smiley.png

1080 Extrememe: 6181 @ 46.23 Avg. FPS


4K Optimized 9798 @ 73.29 Avg. FPS


8K Optimized 4607 @ 34.46 Avg. FPS


4K Custom (Extreme/High) 1191 @ 7.76 Avg. FPS


5K Custom (Extreme/High) 525 @ 3.93 Avg. FPS


8K Custom (Extreme/High) 175 @ 1.31 FPS
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The Elephant in the room, unfortunately, is that SLI is not currently supported.

Once Nvidia fixes that, I will be posting my scores. thumb.gif



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2x [email protected] stock clocks
1080p ext


4k opt


[email protected] 1080p extreme -



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ill do a 4 way run tomorrow but its all stock, and not really sure its scaling properly in CF


PS: i find it humorous they have a warning about 4gb vram on 4k run. Yet it runs fine from what i can see.... really wish AMD would just fix DX11 since its never going away.

GPU i currently own: 390x/FuryX/Vega FE/RX Vega 64/1080TI - CPUs: 5960x/R7 1700/X5650x2/E5 2863/e5 2670
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ReesesNE - 6487 - 48.52FPS - i7 4770k @ 4.6GHz (Same score as clocked at 3.7GHz) - Titan XP (old) +225/+575

Not too bad for an air cooled system biggrin.gif I don't think I can push it any further unless I have a cold night here in CA
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From the picture it looks like this benchmark puts your computer through a transformer.

Has anyone been afraid to over volt their entire system? That is like 100,000 volts...
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Can you please perform a "1080p extreme" test with your GTX 1080 at sock (1607/5004).

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2nd run through using my daily OC
Titan X(M) SLI, used the AFR2 for getting the sli up.
core 1379mhz
mem 7806 mhz

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