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Unigine Superposition Benchmark
pete910 commented on 6 November 2017 at 7:35 pm UTC

Crap, must have missed the forum email...

FredOI upgraded to Ubuntu 16.04 and improved my score a bit more
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Xpander is gona be miffed, you pipped his 1070

chancho_zombiemy gpu is struggling with this benchmark good to know that with a 480 I could double my framerates.
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Well, your not last at least


All updated

Xaero_Vincent commented on 7 November 2017 at 9:34 pm UTC

Here are the results of running the benchmark thru my 'Linux VM Shell' Linux distribution, running on-top of Windows 10 as a complete shell replacement with host application integration within GNOME 3 desktop. This is my primary OS configuration:

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OpenGL results: 3066 Score ; FPS: Min 18.24, Avg 22.94, Max 26.03

beko commented on 8 November 2017 at 12:31 am UTC

So there _is_ a forum post for Superposition. Search didn't bring it up.

I fiddled with the API of the Leaderboard. Read about my findings here

Scrolling through the screenshots I see that nobody(?) of you bought this for extented features and to upload the benchmark data to the Leaderboards? This would explain why I found that few OpenGL benchmarks on the Leaderboard :-/

beko commented on 8 November 2017 at 1:40 am UTC

Here's mine. All stock. i7-2600K + GTX TITAN X
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I ordered a new CPU and mainboard so I wonder how much this will change. One of the reasons why I play a lot with this at the moment

ajgp commented on 10 November 2017 at 11:40 am UTC

Thought I would retest, did a minor GPU overclock +125 on Clock & +100 on Mem; may try to push further with voltage up as well. (I dont know if CPU makes much difference in this benchmark but the overcock is the same this time as last)

I got an improved score with just driver updates (no screenshot of that), but overclock gave me as follows:

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Xpander commented on 11 November 2017 at 9:41 am UTC

+120 core +200 mem

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FredO commented on 11 November 2017 at 10:55 am UTC

Core +100, Mem +100. Phew it's getting hot in here

Edit: Good tip with the fan speed. With 75% Fan speed, +150 core, +150 Mem:

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Xpander commented on 11 November 2017 at 11:41 am UTC

Damn you FredO

i can't get my core higher, it will start throwing random colors at the screen

managed to improve a bit though. core +125, mem +200

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beko commented on 12 November 2017 at 12:19 pm UTC

Today I found out: Setting CoolBits in Xorg Config allows me to control the fan. Since it hardly spinned up on it's own (max 85°C) I raised this manually and run it again.

This time I got a max of 61°C and my result raised to 2969

Why is the default fan control so ineffective when the card gets a utilization of 100%?

beko commented on 12 November 2017 at 12:49 pm UTC

Well, this is probably the end of the line for me with stock cooler:

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