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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/09/30 17:38:58 (permalink)
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Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0

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This is far from believeable on a 650ti boost. That score is right up there with the 670/680's and 7 series cards. You need to run the test and actually take a picture of the end benchmark result. 

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/09/30 17:42:35 (permalink)
So this is my latest test result. I am currently in the works of tweaking some more settings and hoping to get a bit better score. I have kind of hit my wall though with a +71 on the core and can't even do +72 without the benchmark crashing.
 
 


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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 07:16:04 (permalink)
Still waiting for a 770 to beat my 670 FTW score....

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 07:47:00 (permalink)
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Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0

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This is far from believeable on a 650ti boost. That score is right up there with the 670/680's and 7 series cards. You need to run the test and actually take a picture of the end benchmark result. 



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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 07:49:09 (permalink)
www.dropbox.com/s/k7943m4ycknkqt4/Unigine_Valley_Benchmark_1.0_20130930_1651.html
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 09:50:03 (permalink)
Yeah a single 650ti would never score anywhere near a 54/55fps.....I doubt 3 x 650ti's would even hit 54 fps to be honest. @$139.00 the 650ti might hit like 25fps-31fps with Extreme HD setting. 

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 10:01:45 (permalink)
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Yeah a single 650ti would never score anywhere near a 54/55fps.....I doubt 3 x 650ti's would even hit 54 fps to be honest. @$139.00 the 650ti might hit like 25fps-31fps with Extreme HD setting.


um it is a 650 ti boost superclocked and in sli,i dont know how else to prove it to you besides running the benchmark and videotaping it ,if thats what you want me to do then fine!!!! what would be the best way for you to see the video i have?ive got it on dropbox and youtube


 
 
 
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 11:33:31 (permalink)
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Yeah a single 650ti would never score anywhere near a 54/55fps.....I doubt 3 x 650ti's would even hit 54 fps to be honest. @$139.00 the 650ti might hit like 25fps-31fps with Extreme HD setting.


um it is a 650 ti boost superclocked and in sli,i dont know how else to prove it to you besides running the benchmark and videotaping it ,if thats what you want me to do then fine!!!! what would be the best way for you to see the video i have?ive got it on dropbox and youtube


 
 
 




 
In SLI it very well seems possible but that setup must have been overclocked as hell. But I apologize, when I saw the score, I didn't look at the setup correctly and saw that it was an (x2) setup.

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/01 11:35:17 (permalink)
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Still waiting for a 770 to beat my 670 FTW score....




 
What was your 670 score? Looking at the list, you were in the 2100 range I believe. My latest score with my 770 Classy was 2300 and I still have a few settings to tweak. I want to say that I could probably score higher if my build was Intel and not this AMD FX8350

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/02 00:47:49 (permalink)
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/02 13:10:56 (permalink)
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Yeah a single 650ti would never score anywhere near a 54/55fps.....I doubt 3 x 650ti's would even hit 54 fps to be honest. @$139.00 the 650ti might hit like 25fps-31fps with Extreme HD setting.


um it is a 650 ti boost superclocked and in sli,i dont know how else to prove it to you besides running the benchmark and videotaping it ,if thats what you want me to do then fine!!!! what would be the best way for you to see the video i have?ive got it on dropbox and youtube


 
 
 




 
In SLI it very well seems possible but that setup must have been overclocked as hell. But I apologize, when I saw the score, I didn't look at the setup correctly and saw that it was an (x2) setup.




so a single GTX 650 TI performs about the same as my single GTX 570, and 2 x GTX 650 TI in SLI peform a little better then my single GTX 770, I don't see anything wrong here, it sounds about right to me.
 
The only reason this argument started was cause speedlimit forgot to say 2 x 650ti superclocked boost in his original post near the top, it was missed down below in the system section
 
http://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2032679
 
 
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/02 19:59:11 (permalink)
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Still waiting for a 770 to beat my 670 FTW score....




 
What was your 670 score? Looking at the list, you were in the 2100 range I believe. My latest score with my 770 Classy was 2300 and I still have a few settings to tweak. I want to say that I could probably score higher if my build was Intel and not this AMD FX8350



770 classified vs 670 FTW lol. It takes a classified version to compete with 670 FTWs................. good stuff

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/02 21:24:06 (permalink)
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Still waiting for a 770 to beat my 670 FTW score....




 
What was your 670 score? Looking at the list, you were in the 2100 range I believe. My latest score with my 770 Classy was 2300 and I still have a few settings to tweak. I want to say that I could probably score higher if my build was Intel and not this AMD FX8350



770 classified vs 670 FTW lol. It takes a classified version to compete with 670 FTWs................. good stuff




 
Considering the 770 is just a revamped 680, which looking at this list scored a 2307, i'd say yes, a 770 is enough comparison. Also, the memory modules meng, not as good as before. As I said, I got a semi-bad 80% ASIC quality card.

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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/03 07:26:12 (permalink)
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Still waiting for a 770 to beat my 670 FTW score....




 
What was your 670 score? Looking at the list, you were in the 2100 range I believe. My latest score with my 770 Classy was 2300 and I still have a few settings to tweak. I want to say that I could probably score higher if my build was Intel and not this AMD FX8350



770 classified vs 670 FTW lol. It takes a classified version to compete with 670 FTWs................. good stuff




 
Considering the 770 is just a revamped 680, which looking at this list scored a 2307, i'd say yes, a 770 is enough comparison. Also, the memory modules meng, not as good as before. As I said, I got a semi-bad 80% ASIC quality card.


None of the reference 770's come close to the 670 FTW scores in this forum. Your classified 770 version is what 509.00? the 670 FTW is 389.00 .......lol

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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/05 11:27:06 (permalink)

 
Not bad for the o-so old V1.0 GTX460 SC (768Mb) in SLI if I might say... What killed it was the 4 rain scenes, where I clearly had not enough memory to process it :s
I also managed to run it on the (broken) GTX660 in my system. Had 1250 score then.
 
Also worth to note that when I look at the GTX650Ti BOOST, these 2 old cards aren't doing so bad either :D
 
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/05 17:26:13 (permalink)
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Not bad for the o-so old V1.0 GTX460 SC (768Mb) in SLI if I might say... What killed it was the 4 rain scenes, where I clearly had not enough memory to process it :s
I also managed to run it on the (broken) GTX660 in my system. Had 1250 score then.
 
Also worth to note that when I look at the GTX650Ti BOOST, these 2 old cards aren't doing so bad either :D




I use to run 2 x 768MB GTX 460 in SLI, they didn't last cause of the vram lol, not making that mistake again.
 
now I'm just useing one of them for a dedicated PhysX card to go along with my GTX 770 for games like Metro, Borderlands 2, Mafia II, etc
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/06 19:58:00 (permalink)
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/07 17:24:01 (permalink)
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Getting closer to my single 670 FTW score _Nite_. If you get closer I may have to re-bench at 5.3ghz

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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/08 02:17:25 (permalink)
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Getting closer to my single 670 FTW score _Nite_. If you get closer I may have to re-bench at 5.3ghz




Thats as close as I will get until I decide to overclock my 770 manually, so don't worry
 
Besides its not a fair comparison, cause that score is with nvidia control panel set to high performance not quality like you did.
 
Also don't bother overclocking your cpu higher, cause my 2600K @ 4.2Ghz and 2500K @ 3.7Ghz still give me the same exact score when running Quality in the control panel, Valley is a GPU Heavy benchmark, not CPU.
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/08 06:40:22 (permalink)
Are you scared? A overclock will not burn your card up lmao!

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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/08 06:50:46 (permalink)
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Are you scared? A overclock will not burn your card up lmao!




Not scared, just have no need to for the games and resolution that I play.
 
 

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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/08 08:37:05 (permalink)
What would be the best physx card to go with SLI 670SC 4gb?
 
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/08 15:18:45 (permalink)
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What would be the best physx card to go with SLI 670SC 4gb?
 




any good performing midrange card that doesn't run hot, the GTX 460 was the perfect match to go along with my GTX 770 cause it runs about 5 - 6C cooler
 
This is important so your main gaming card doesn't run hotter from the heat coming from the PhysX card.
 
The Valley benchmark doesn't use PhysX btw, Here is a list of PhysX Games
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_with_hardware-accelerated_PhysX_support
 
I saw a big difference in performance with my 460 as physX in games such as Mafia II, Metro Last Light, Borderlands 2, Rise of The Triad (2013), etc
 
post edited by _Nite_ - 2013/10/08 17:37:38

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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/09 08:23:53 (permalink)
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What would be the best physx card to go with SLI 670SC 4gb?
 




any good performing midrange card that doesn't run hot, the GTX 460 was the perfect match to go along with my GTX 770 cause it runs about 5 - 6C cooler
 
This is important so your main gaming card doesn't run hotter from the heat coming from the PhysX card.
 


It does not matter if your primary card runs hotter than your physx card.......or vice versa.........just get another 670 SC 4gb if you can find one, Newegg discontinued sales on the 670 SC/FTW  few weeks ago. You could probably find one used though.
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/12 04:39:46 (permalink)

 NoQuarter -------- GTX 780 SC w/ACX(x2)------------ 5110
The funny thing is, I was upset with my temps and was seriously thinking of RMA the cards. So I benched my cards and when I saw my numbers were higher than some guys with theirs overclocked, I was like, hrmm let me try overclocking evga precision. And got this, not to bad for a first timer. I don't think i'll RMA them, but I may sell them or something, if temps act up again. got a corsair 600 case, guess I need to invest in some new fans or something. Only way I can keep them under 80 is to usually run fans at 90+ percent. And that is a lot of noise.
 
 NoQuarter -------- GTX 780 SC w/ACX(x2)------------ 5213
 
got that after reading about the tweak on previous page with control panel settings, didn't do power thing though...
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Re: Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/14 17:43:16 (permalink)
Nice score Noquarter!
I've never liked axial cooled gpus, expelling hot air into the case just doesn't seem smart to me. The radial coolers tend to be a hair noisier, but totally worth the temps. Hottest either of my cards get in more demanding games like Metro LL/Crysis 3/Tomb Raider  is 62-64C, haven't seen the fans go above 75% to date.

post edited by SeanEJohan - 2013/10/14 20:04:50

i5 2500k Sandy Bridge@5.0ghz@1.455Vcore
Msi Z68a-GD-55 Military Class II board
2 Evga 670 GTX FTW 2Gb versions@1320/3707 -1280/3707/145% power target/k-boost locked
Hyper 212 Plus cooler push /pull
Corsair HX850 watt psu (80% Gold)                                    
G-skill Ripjaws 1600mhz memory (9-9-9-24) 4 x 4gig(16 gig)       
Intel Cherryville 520 SSD (240gb) 
Intel Maplecrest 330 SSD (120gb)
BenQ 2420TE 144hz/1ms/with Lightboost/Motion Blur/ Flicker-Free Technology/ Multimode FPS-RTS/Nvidia 3D Vision 2
Antec 300 case w/ 7 fans 
6x 120mm Sickleflow Green LED 2k rpm fans
1x 140mm Roswell Hyperborea 1300rpm fan
Logitech gear G9/G15
Firestrike score- http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1947312
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/15 14:36:34 (permalink)
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What would be the best physx card to go with SLI 670SC 4gb?
 


I would say GT 640 for PhysX.  Low power draw, low heat, and REALLY good performance.  Saw some really extensive tests on it a while ago and the 640 was keeping up with a 580 as a PhysX card.  That is what I would get for a PhysX card if I was buying one.
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/15 15:18:24 (permalink)
650ti is about as low as I'd go

i5 2500k Sandy Bridge@5.0ghz@1.455Vcore
Msi Z68a-GD-55 Military Class II board
2 Evga 670 GTX FTW 2Gb versions@1320/3707 -1280/3707/145% power target/k-boost locked
Hyper 212 Plus cooler push /pull
Corsair HX850 watt psu (80% Gold)                                    
G-skill Ripjaws 1600mhz memory (9-9-9-24) 4 x 4gig(16 gig)       
Intel Cherryville 520 SSD (240gb) 
Intel Maplecrest 330 SSD (120gb)
BenQ 2420TE 144hz/1ms/with Lightboost/Motion Blur/ Flicker-Free Technology/ Multimode FPS-RTS/Nvidia 3D Vision 2
Antec 300 case w/ 7 fans 
6x 120mm Sickleflow Green LED 2k rpm fans
1x 140mm Roswell Hyperborea 1300rpm fan
Logitech gear G9/G15
Firestrike score- http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1947312
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/20 13:45:51 (permalink)
here is mine
 
Ethan    Evga gtx 650 TI boost 2 GB ddr5   score: 1116
 
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Re:Post your Valley benchmark scores here! 2013/10/21 14:59:53 (permalink)
thanks seanEjohan, yah, I actually put a fan near my computer and it's helped some. At first Rome 2 shot one cars up to 80c, that's how i found about about heat problem. Now with fall/winter approaching, I may not worry about till spring. I do have a gtx 580 I thought about using for PhysX card, but I don't think my corsair ax850 could handle it :(
 I got a new score after installing valley on ssd raid and overclocking cpu.
 

 
I've read i could use something besides precisionX and flash bios and get even better results, but frankly I'm scared of messing something up with the small knowledge of OC'ing I have.
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