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Unigine Superposition Benchmark
lucinos commented on 23 December 2018 at 10:41 pm UTC

callcifer
GuestWe beat nvidia fanboys with the RX 3080 at fraction of the GTX 1070Ti cost next year.

So a card that doesn't exist yet might possibly perform better than a competitor's two generations old card in the future, when it's released. There is fanboyism all right, but I don't think it's coming from camp green.

maybe we are not amd fans but just nvidia haters

Wimpress commented on 10 January 2019 at 12:47 am UTC

Sorry Xpander

  • +152 GPU Clock Offset

  • +900 Memory Transfer Rate Offset

  • 300W Power Limit



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Ehvis commented on 11 January 2019 at 6:15 pm UTC

This seemed like a good way to test whether my new system was working properly. Default install, no tinkering or overclocking just yet.

It does demonstrate that the 20 series is definitely faster if you give it something to do.

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pete910 commented on 22 January 2019 at 12:05 am UTC

Updated!

EhvisThis seemed like a good way to test whether my new system was working properly. Default install, no tinkering or overclocking just yet.

It does demonstrate that the 20 series is definitely faster if you give it something to do.

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Agreed but going on the price it should be 2 times plus quicker than the 1080 ti for the price it is which it's far from being.


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Grimfist commented on 29 January 2019 at 8:19 pm UTC

So, I upgraded my system with budget pieces of ebay, changed CPU from Xeon E3 1231 to i7 4790k and GPU from Asus GTX 970 to Asus GTX 1070. That's all I can do for my platform without investing much more. But I managed to break the wall of 3k score in Superposition, so yeah

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msjyoshi commented on 6 February 2019 at 5:19 pm UTC

So I got a setup with the new 2060 and decided to post the results here.

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Ehvis commented on 7 February 2019 at 10:58 am UTC

GuestThe Superposition benchmark is CPU bound, see the results. The Heaven benchmark is better for stress testing your computer.

Any benchmark can be CPU bound if you run it on a weak enough CPU. Superposition loaded my 2080 Ti 100% all the way through. I'm sure it could do a little better if it wasn't on OpenGL, but CPU bound it was not.

Wimpress commented on 8 February 2019 at 4:06 pm UTC

Yep, I agree. Superposition stresses the GPU almost regardless of CPU in my testing. I've run the same GTX 1080 Ti on multiple computers with very different CPUs and the results are extremely similar. Without overclocking the GPU results on i9 9900K and i7 6770HQ are almost identical.

Xpander commented on 8 March 2019 at 2:01 pm UTC

Sorry Wimpress

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core +100 mem +1000
powerlimit 326W

Can't get core over that because with +100 it hits 2050mhz already and going over that will make it crash

woox2k commented on 8 March 2019 at 2:27 pm UTC

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New CPU/Mobo/RAM/PSU, same GPU (1070Ti)
Also tweaked clock settings a bit so there's a small improvement now: GPU: +180 VRAM: +1300 Power limit 217W

I was bored enough to make a Google Sheets page with updated results and some improvements (average score per card and charts) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vTU1V6SoGz7-P_pQHbgydeCGYoSsif552-wn6R_EPNA/edit?usp=sharing

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