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Basemark GPU Benchmark
callcifer commented on 23 June 2018 at 11:09 am UTC

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Inspired by the Unigine Superposition thread, I've decided to create one for the new Basemark GPU benchmark, complete with leaderboards

Download the software here. Arch Linux users might prefer my AUR package instead.

Rules:

  • Official Test only. Run twice, once with OpenGL and once with Vulkan (if supported).
  • Post 3 screenshots: Your specs (second page of results), OpenGL results and Vulkan results (if supported).
  • If you are overclocking (CPU or GPU) mention it in the comments.

I will maintain separate leaderboards for OpenGL and Vulkan.

OpenGL Leader Board

Rank - Username - Score - Avg. FPS - CPU + GPU - Post link

1- Xpander - 8194 - 81 - Ryzen 7 1700X + GTX 1080Ti - post link
2- madchaotikan - 8099 - 80 - Xeon E3 1231 + RTX 2080 - post link
3- callcifer - 7997 - 79 - i7 5820k + GTX 1080Ti - post link
4- FredO - 4955 - 49 - i7 5820k + GTX 980Ti - post link
5- 14 - 3710 - 37 - Ryzen 7 2700X + RX 580 - post link



Vulkan Leader Board

Rank - Username - Score - Avg. FPS - CPU + GPU - Post link

1- madchaotikan - 9416 - 94 - Xeon E3 1231 + RTX 2080 - post link
2- callcifer - 7841 - 78 - i7 5820k + GTX 1080Ti - post link
3- Xpander - 7286 - 72 - Ryzen 7 1700X + GTX 1080Ti - post link
4- FredO - 5003 - 50 - i7 5820k + GTX 980Ti - post link

callcifer commented on 23 June 2018 at 11:10 am UTC

I'll start I was surprised to see OpenGL vs Vulkan results. While OpenGL had a better score and much higher max. FPS, it also had much lower min. FPS, which was unexpected. I'd rather have a stable framerate than a higher max, so Vulkan is the winner for me.

Specs:
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OpenGL:
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Vulkan:
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Overclock:
CPU: 3.3GHz -> 4.4GHz
GPU: +125MHz graphics clock, +300MHz memory clock

Xpander commented on 23 June 2018 at 3:31 pm UTC

Info:
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OpenGL:
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Vulkan:
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4K is bit hard for GPU like this. 1080p or 1440p is more suitable on GPU's below GTX 1080 or Vega 64


Ryzen 7 1700X @3.8ghz
GTX 1070 396.24.02 drivers, core offset +100, mem offset +300


just for fun a more suitable for this GPU - 2560x1440 result:

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callcifer commented on 23 June 2018 at 6:08 pm UTC

Xpander4K is bit hard for GPU like this. 1080p or 1440p is more suitable on GPU's below GTX 1080 or Vega 64

Yeah, I wish the official test was 1080p. :/

FredO commented on 24 June 2018 at 9:15 am UTC

OC: GPU: +150MHz graphics clock, +150MHz memory clock

Specs:

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OpenGL:

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Vulkan:

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Xpander commented on 24 June 2018 at 10:32 am UTC

Update did not have powerlimit increased from 150W to 170W on previous test, so the clocks did not go that high in reality.

same +100 core and +300 memory

OpenGL:
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Vulkan:
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now Vulkan minimum seems to be better also. Also i noticed that Vulkan rendering doesnt use CPU allmost at all, just 0.9-1.5% while with openGL i see over 6% of usage (thats not htop numbers but from 100% with 16 thread)

madchaotikan commented on 7 October 2018 at 11:46 am UTC

Not sure why basemark is not able to detect my Arch installation.

However I'm really surprised about the notable difference between OpenGL and Vulcan.

You can see my system in my PC Info profile. Everything is running stock. Only exception are the memory modules with does NOT run with their performance profile and clocked defensively to provide maximum stability. I'm not into OC at all.

SPEC
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OpenGL
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Vulcan
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callcifer commented on 22 October 2018 at 11:46 am UTC

Wow, we have a new #1! The difference between GTX 1080Ti and RTX 2080 seems crazy.

14 commented on 31 October 2018 at 4:12 am UTC

The Vulkan one did not run for me. I'm not even sure that the OpenGL one ran correctly. Instead of a large graphic animation, it was 64 square tiles of changing images.

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callcifer commented on 1 November 2018 at 2:32 pm UTC

14Instead of a large graphic animation, it was 64 square tiles of changing images.
That's normal, it's just how this benchmark works.

Xpander commented on 1 November 2018 at 3:27 pm UTC

Vulkan:

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OpenGL:
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Info
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GPU in stock settings.

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