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Vinouch 9 Sep

Hello,
I searched a while for a modern Vulkan benchmark to get very low FPS in order to adjust my overclocking. Currently, I failed. But, we have a solution : use the Windows version of Unigine Superposition with Wine to run a Vulkan benchmark with DXVK. Of course, most of you had already did it

Last edited by Vinouch on 9 September 2020 at 7:06 am UTC

The_Aquabat 10 Sep

you can use 3dmark firestrike demo from steam also. Performance with DXVK is 30% less than windows in my experience.

Vinouch 10 Sep

Quoting: Liam DaweWhat about https://www.basemark.com/benchmarks/basemark-gpu/
I don't trust Basemark at all. Because, it's Russian and on Windows it need to be run as admin and need internet to get results > best combination to put trojan.

Liam Dawe 10 Sep

They're not Russian, their HQ is in Finland and frankly without any evidence saying such a thing is pretty tin-foil hat level <_<

The_Aquabat 10 Sep

imho basemark is biased towards Nvidia.

fires 11 Sep

Quoting: Liam DaweWhat about https://www.basemark.com/benchmarks/basemark-gpu/

is this a GPU Benchmark ?

and witch one to download ?

thanks

Xpander 11 Sep

Quoting: The_Aquabatimho basemark is biased towards Nvidia.

biased? link to the source?
or just checking by the scores? might be just driver things that it is using.. you cant really claim its biased towards if theres no actual proof.

The_Aquabat 11 Sep

Quoting: Xpander
Quoting: The_Aquabatimho basemark is biased towards Nvidia.

biased? link to the source?
or just checking by the scores? might be just driver things that it is using.. you cant really claim its biased towards if theres no actual proof.

I don't have proof it's based on my own experience just my opinion, besides why Phoronix doesn't include basemark in their normal benchmarks? Also I think it's a well known fact that Nvidia kind of "cheats" on benchmarks.

source: just google "nvidia cheating on benchmarks"

Last edited by The_Aquabat on 11 September 2020 at 6:26 pm UTC

Xpander 11 Sep

Quoting: The_Aquabat
Quoting: Xpander
Quoting: The_Aquabatimho basemark is biased towards Nvidia.

biased? link to the source?
or just checking by the scores? might be just driver things that it is using.. you cant really claim its biased towards if theres no actual proof.

I don't have proof it's based on my own experience just my opinion, besides why Phoronix doesn't include basemark in their normal benchmarks? Also I think it's a well known fact that Nvidia kind of "cheats" on benchmarks.

source: just google "nvidia cheating on benchmarks"

well i know nvidia is "cheating" on some benchmarks in the past, but i have not heard of thisone. so its just speculation. It doesn't autmatically mean its the case for Basemark. Benchmarks like these are synthetic anyway and doesn't translate to real gaming benchmarks anyway.

The_Aquabat 11 Sep

I agree I'm just speculating, but a reasonable speculation not something a pull out of thin air.
But to be fair AMD also cheated on some benchmarks in the past but with the opensource driver is more difficult to cheat.

Last edited by The_Aquabat on 11 September 2020 at 6:44 pm UTC

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