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[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111030/NVBench_A54637A.png[/img]

Let's see your scores!

This program is also good as a stability test.

Watch out, Heavy can take a few hours on two gtx 580 in SLI.

"Normal" takes 6 minutes on [url="http://www.modsrigs.com/detail.aspx?buildid=28342"]my system[/url].

Download:
http://www.zibri.org/2011/10/nvbench-v11.html

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[img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1587166/NVBench_Leaderboard.JPG[/img]
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Let's see your scores!



This program is also good as a stability test.



Watch out, Heavy can take a few hours on two gtx 580 in SLI.



"Normal" takes 6 minutes on my system.



Download:

http://www.zibri.org/2011/10/nvbench-v11.html



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3way sli 580 @ 975/1175
i7 980 @ 4715
all liquid cooled

[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111030/NVBench_A1368C83.png[/img]

this heavy took ~7 1/2 hours to finish
[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111027/NVBench_FE407073.png[/img][img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111026/NVBench_21D2BB91.png[/img]
[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111027/NVBench_A88C42DF.png[/img][img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111027/NVBench_680CE44.png[/img]
3way sli 580 @ 975/1175

i7 980 @ 4715

all liquid cooled



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this heavy took ~7 1/2 hours to finish

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#2
Posted 10/30/2011 08:51 PM   
Hey, you actually developed the program?
That's very impressive. I can see a potential rival for Furmark, in the near future.
Of course, some might prefer Furmark because of its features. But it's a very simple, yet effective stability test.
I noticed some HDD activity, as well as CPU load durig the test. Using a single GTS 450 (Sorry! /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' /> )
Congrarulations! /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />
[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111030/NVBench_5298FF8E.png[/img]
Hey, you actually developed the program?

That's very impressive. I can see a potential rival for Furmark, in the near future.

Of course, some might prefer Furmark because of its features. But it's a very simple, yet effective stability test.

I noticed some HDD activity, as well as CPU load durig the test. Using a single GTS 450 (Sorry! /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' /> )

Congrarulations! /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />

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#3
Posted 10/30/2011 10:17 PM   
Thanks! Yes I developed the GUI and set the measuring parameters. To be honest the worker program was not made by me and was made for a totally different task.

Disk activity? There should be none, maybe some other program was using the disk.

Furmark is a different beast, it uses directx and opengl. This bench uses cuda but can give an accurate score for the card.

By the way, V1.0 scores must be multiplied by 10 to compare to V1.1 scores :)
Thanks! Yes I developed the GUI and set the measuring parameters. To be honest the worker program was not made by me and was made for a totally different task.



Disk activity? There should be none, maybe some other program was using the disk.



Furmark is a different beast, it uses directx and opengl. This bench uses cuda but can give an accurate score for the card.



By the way, V1.0 scores must be multiplied by 10 to compare to V1.1 scores :)
[quote name='NapalmV5' date='30 October 2011 - 08:51 PM' timestamp='1320007902' post='1317545']
3way sli 580 @ 975/1175
i7 980 @ 4715
all liquid cooled

this heavy took ~7 1/2 hours to finish
[/quote]

Impressive as usual, NapalmV5 !
7 hours with that load means your cooling is very good.
Unstable cards can crash even at the Normal setting :)
[quote name='NapalmV5' date='30 October 2011 - 08:51 PM' timestamp='1320007902' post='1317545']

3way sli 580 @ 975/1175

i7 980 @ 4715

all liquid cooled



this heavy took ~7 1/2 hours to finish





Impressive as usual, NapalmV5 !

7 hours with that load means your cooling is very good.

Unstable cards can crash even at the Normal setting :)
@ 975[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111031/NVBench_92E90AFF.png[/img]@ 940[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111031/NVBench_E837009.png[/img]



very unstable at 975 speed and even with the light setting the top card reached 75 degrees and nearly crashed.
:D

Obviously, for valid leaderboard results and points over 500, only the normal test will be valid :)

@ 975 (Ultra-Light mode) my score is 531... now look at this: 531/2 * 3 = 769 (the score of NapalmV5) :)

Obviously @ 975 on AIR I can't complete the Normal test (and not even the light test twice in a row).
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very unstable at 975 speed and even with the light setting the top card reached 75 degrees and nearly crashed.

:D



Obviously, for valid leaderboard results and points over 500, only the normal test will be valid :)



@ 975 (Ultra-Light mode) my score is 531... now look at this: 531/2 * 3 = 769 (the score of NapalmV5) :)



Obviously @ 975 on AIR I can't complete the Normal test (and not even the light test twice in a row).
thanx Zibri!

3way sli 580 @ 1000/1150/1.213v

[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111101/NVBench_BB47D263.png[/img]
thanx Zibri!



3way sli 580 @ 1000/1150/1.213v



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#7
Posted 11/01/2011 04:10 AM   
Single GTX 580 @ 930MHz ~1.113v

[IMG]http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l558/Rico_Gonzalez/nvbench_v1-1_gtx580_930MHz.jpg[/IMG]
Single GTX 580 @ 930MHz ~1.113v



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#8
Posted 11/03/2011 07:59 AM   
hmm 930 @ 1.113 won't be stable with bf3 :)

I strongly suggest 920 @ 1.125
hmm 930 @ 1.113 won't be stable with bf3 :)



I strongly suggest 920 @ 1.125
[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111103/NVBench_DDDCEE4A.png[/img]

Two GTX 480's Air Cooled, 800 Core 2000 Mem 1.038v
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Two GTX 480's Air Cooled, 800 Core 2000 Mem 1.038v

Using Left over CPU coolers to keep phones cool since 2012.

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#10
Posted 11/04/2011 03:26 AM   
zibri please release a new version with an extra digit /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />

happy new year!

cheers!
zibri please release a new version with an extra digit /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />



happy new year!



cheers!

#12
Posted 12/31/2011 11:43 PM   
How do I link directly to the image online? I got 378 O_o That seems ridiculously low considering these cards are on-par with GTX 480s/570s in gaming reality.

Edit:

Nevermind I got it:

[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111231/NVBench_40625E7D.png[/img]

That's with everything at stock:
2600k
2x eVGA GTX 560 Ti 448 Core Classifieds (797core/1950mem)

Edit 2:

Update, reran it with nothing else open (I guess your blog was lagging me just a touch), same speeds:

[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/111231/NVBench_63705087.png[/img]

380
How do I link directly to the image online? I got 378 O_o That seems ridiculously low considering these cards are on-par with GTX 480s/570s in gaming reality.



Edit:



Nevermind I got it:



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That's with everything at stock:

2600k

2x eVGA GTX 560 Ti 448 Core Classifieds (797core/1950mem)



Edit 2:



Update, reran it with nothing else open (I guess your blog was lagging me just a touch), same speeds:



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380



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#13
Posted 01/01/2012 12:57 AM   
for some reason nortons really hates this program. Everytime i think ive got it going theres nortons to shut it down again....
for some reason nortons really hates this program. Everytime i think ive got it going theres nortons to shut it down again....
#14
Posted 01/02/2012 06:01 AM   
4 x 580 @ 975/1.213v
[img]http://img.techpowerup.org/120219/NVBench_3A7CEA94.png[/img]
4 x 580 @ 975/1.213v

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#15
Posted 02/20/2012 12:35 AM   
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