Unigine Superposition

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  1. Agg

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    There's a new GPU benchmark in town, called Unigine Superposition. Phoronix and Tweaktown checked it out. In looking to set a new standard for jaw-dropping graphics and preparing to torture current Pascal and Polaris graphics cards as well as future Volta and Vega hardware, Unigine Corp today is releasing Unigine Superposition 1.0. Unigine Superposition is one godly GPU benchmark and is a beauty to watch.

    It does 8K and VR too. Grab it here and let us know how your system fares!
     
  2. walker_2003

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    awesome, time to make my 1080ti feel slow, ill grab it soon.. be keen to see how my stock clocked 1080ti fares vs others.
     
  3. kEv_

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    well i think my 290x fared not too bad @ 1080p medium, stock clocks,
    only utilized one card, looked like it was trying to recognize the second one but couldnt use it:upset:
    cpu @ 3.9(131.24 x 30), RAM @ 2800MHz 11-14-14-35 2T

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    quick OC result, failed @ 1175/1450 but got there @ 1150/1450

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    better screenie

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    Will be testing the twin Titan x pascals (not new xp's) when I get home
     
  6. Paulie_AU

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    Stock run of 1080P Extreme (it is what HWBot accepts) on the FuryX. Card went all the way up to 31 degrees. :leet:

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  7. Annihilator69

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    4094 for meeee 1080p extreme
     
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    people need to generally stick to default so we can compare, this is my 1080ti cpu is actually @ 4.5ghz, stock clocks on FE 1080ti

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  10. glnn_23

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    Here's mine. GTX 1080 Ti and 7700k stock on water.

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    Looks cool but if it's only using DirectX 11 or OpenGL 4.5 then that's a bit shit.

    Wake me up when they've implemented DX12 and Vulkan.
     
  12. walker_2003

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    nice, wonder if difference is our cpu's might not use 6 core so much so the 7700k wins by better per-core perf
     
  13. glnn_23

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    I think it's just the thermal difference.
     
  14. BelowAverageIQ

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    First run at 1080 res.

    Titan X(p) at stock

    6700K at stock

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    I thought everyone maxes shit out cause pwoaaarrr. Seems to be the way to approach gaming settings for deciding something is awesome vs junk.
     
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    I ran again with custom fan profile, max temp GPU hit was 67c and boost clock topped out at 1860mhz (should be higher I think)

    Got 19,880
     
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    welp time for a new gpu

    ran alright at high but <45-55fps isnt good enough
     
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    damn all u 1080ti over 20k i cant do it without an OC, so long as its my cpu holding me back not the card sucking :tongue:
     

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