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Id have 3DMark 06 with both single and dual/tripple cards in the same table. It would also be cool with an Nvidia and ATI table. Like you said its very much a cpu benchmark so there's not much point to differentiate single from multiple cards.

 

Im going to run the Crysis benchmark soon so ill post my result in a bit.

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Here is my Crysis run. It wouldn't give me a summary at the end so i've ighlighted the FPS of the final run in my screen shot:

 

Crysis - Single GPU

Average FPS: 49.71 Smakme7757 - i7 2600k@5.4GHz(w) - GTX580@975/2206(w) - *Link*

 

 

03.04.2011 10:47:12 - Vista 64

Beginning Run #1 on Map-island, Demo-benchmark_gpu

DX10 1920x1080, AA=4x, Vsync=Disabled, 64 bit test, FullScreen

Demo Loops=3, Time Of Day= 9

Global Game Quality: VeryHigh

 

!TimeDemo Run 2 Finished.

Play Time: 40.24s, Average FPS: 49.71

Min FPS: 38.37 at frame 1978, Max FPS: 56.59 at frame 1002

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I know, but it just says what settings i used without a summary. I've tried to run both as Admin and as standard user, but it doesn't work.

 

Unigine Heaven 2.5 - Single GPU

Score: 1301 Smakme7757 - i7 2600k@5.4GHz(w) - GTX580@975/2206(w) - *Link*

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3DMARK11

 

P9129 Bolter01 - 2600K@5GHz (w) - HD5970@975/1200 (w) LINK

Nice score mate! Almost beating my setup :'(

 

Can't get to 1GHz on the GPU?

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Unigene Heaven 2.5 - Dual GPU (ATI)

2002 Philo-Sofa - i7 860 @ 4.2GHz HT (a) - CrossfireX HD 6950 (shader unlocked) @925/1400 MHz (a) - Screenshot

 

A lot of effort to find how far my GPUs could go, but (just) managed to squeak in above 2000 :) Apologies as I took the SS after I'd taken off the Afterburner O/C (but assume that it's not gonna seem questionable to show a GPU clock less than stated ;) Is nice to edge out Nvidia for ATI in Heaven, albeit I sense a run from ~950MHz GTX 480s coming very soon...

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thanks morgoth i was rather happy to se 12k to :)

 

 

Unigene Heaven 2.5 - Dual GPU (ATI)

2002 Philo-Sofa - i7 860 @ 4.2GHz HT (a) - CrossfireX HD 6950 (shader unlocked) @925/1400 MHz (a) - Screenshot

 

A lot of effort to find how far my GPUs could go, but (just) managed to squeak in above 2000 :) Apologies as I took the SS after I'd taken off the Afterburner O/C (but assume that it's not gonna seem questionable to show a GPU clock less than stated ;) Is nice to edge out Nvidia for ATI in Heaven, albeit I sense a run from ~950MHz GTX 480s coming very soon...

ah nice so the 69## well an truly catch up

so 925mhz is there max? i have seen some cards doing ~1050mhz with a little extra juice and cooling how much extra v have you fed them?

 

lol gtx480 950mhz heaven would be nice but i think i would need some sub ambient weather to get near that and probably a bit more v to the cards

the old gtx480 dosent clock as well as it used to since nvidia drivers limited its v and the new card just dosent scale as well with extra v

i must be getting slack im not sure i can be buggered ducting aircon or flashing my cards to feed them a little extra v for maybe 25mhz more with some luck i will get a 925mhz heaven run out of them someday soon

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ah nice so the 69## well an truly catch up

TBH my understanding is that on average a stock 6970 is a few percent below the GTX 480, so I'm guessing that Heaven must favour AMD hardware a bit given my relatively small O/C. Still, as you say it's satisfying to see the Red team be competitive, even if my heart is a bit green still lol.

 

so 925mhz is there max? i have seen some cards doing ~1050mhz with a little extra juice and cooling how much extra v have you fed them?

 

lol gtx480 950mhz heaven would be nice but i think i would need some sub ambient weather to get near that and probably a bit more v to the cards

the old gtx480 dosent clock as well as it used to since nvidia drivers limited its v and the new card just dosent scale as well with extra v

i must be getting slack im not sure i can be buggered ducting aircon or flashing my cards to feed them a little extra v for maybe 25mhz more with some luck i will get a 925mhz heaven run out of them someday soon

It took 1.25v to get them stable - once I managed to top things out in Heaven it was as far as I was really wanting to push them (as they say, don't overclock unless you can afford to replace the parts). My gut feeling is that with an unsafe voltage I could prob get to ~970MHz stably before hitting a wall; probably the effect of a lower binning than actual 6970s? Looking forward to the results of a > 900MHz GTX 480 run, I however have a 6990 briefly on loan with which to give Tri-Fire a go :D

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^^ Good sir, I cannot but help wonder what that extra 80 MHz core and 300MHz mem will do to for previous 3DM11 score; I shall see you on the field of harnessed electricity and tortured silicon! :)

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Sir philo-sofa, kind sir, you & I shall accompany Sire Mark84 and join forces under the Scarlet Banner on a crusade to put an end to the Heathenous Greens Knaves of which thou shall not speak,

 

NO MORE! I say verily unto you shall we be at the mercy of drivers which "chugg", for a new day dawns and the sun which rises that day is Scarlet Red!

 

The Greens dogs shall feel the back of my glove - mark my words!

 

 

Posted Image

 

 

 

[so Heaven wont "play the GAME" ATM - chuggs, but there will be a driver to outdate this preview 11.4 - Dear GOD there will be!............]

 

On the plus side it does 1004mhz so far no probs, but MSI does not recongnise the driver - so no voltage control there, yes I'v disabled ULPS in the registery, had to use Smart Docter for voltage of 1.25. Not my favorite programe.

 

New Gear

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Looking good Bolter01.

 

I shall join thee under the Scarlet banner soon. My EK block was shipped yesterday from Europe, so hopefully get it next week some time ready for a weekend install.

 

 

Hows the temps going on it?

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P9996 Bolter01 - 2600K@4.2Ghz (w) - HD6990@880/1250 (w) LINK

 

So there you go a 4 point difference on 4.2Ghz/ & 6990@OC stock

 

Drivers it is

 

 

Temps were 40 & 41 Max

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Good luck breaking 12k :P

 

Scarlett heathens.(looks more like red to me!)

Nor am I required to Nuke, only to best you in Dual GPU combat tis more than enough a welcome challenge to keep me amused

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3dmark 11 - Dual ATI

P10044 supam - i7 2600k@4.8GHz(w) - HD6970@960/1525(w) - http://3dmark.com/3dm11/988490

 

Posting as it's my first score over 10k there is more legs in the setup but I'm still coming to terms with everything.

 

Stock volts on the 6970 as I get artifacts with even the smallest volt increase in afterburner.

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Brilliant supam more ATI goodness!

 

P10106 Bolter01 - 2600K@4.2Ghz (w) - HD6990@902/1272 (w) LINK

 

Maybe its not a matter of luck after all...

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Improvement now that ram is sorted out somewhat.

 

3dmark 11 - Dual ATI

P11053 supam - i7 2600k@4.6GHz(w) - HD6970@1000/1525/1.225v(w) - http://3dmark.com/3dm11/990326

 

Interesting that the artifacts from overvolting are only in 2d mode.

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Good luck breaking 12k :P

 

Scarlett heathens.(looks more like red to me!)

Nor am I required to Nuke, only to best you in Dual GPU combat tis more than enough a welcome challenge to keep me amused

 

Challenge? :P I'm not even trying to get a high score lol, my cards don't clock very well.

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The best I can do without risking smoke.

 

3dmark 11 - Dual ATI

P11223 supam - i7 2600k@5GHz(w) - HD6970@1010/1530(w) - http://3dmark.com/3dm11/995893

 

3DMARK Vantage - Dual GPU

P39188 supam - i7 2600k@5GHz(w) - HD6970@1010/1530(w) - http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3067491

 

Unigine Heaven 2.5 - Dual GPU

1823 supam - i7 2600k@5GHz(w) - HD6970@1010/1530(w) - http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v518/supam/Heaven1823.jpg

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Raising the the bar for me all the time eh supam?

 

GR8 work! Excellent scores for ATI

I can see I'll need to do a lot of fine tuning

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Raising the the bar for me all the time eh supam?

 

GR8 work! Excellent scores for ATI

I can see I'll need to do a lot of fine tuning

I was getting tearing in 11 and heaven at that speed. I tried higher but was getting some scary artifacting, whole screen breaking into primary colours sort of thing. Cards dont want more voltage either so I'm pretty much maxed unless i look at the bios again, but I've already wasted 2 evenings trying to sort through the bios. Happy with the speeds so I've dialed them back and actually installed some games. ;)

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