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    3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores

    Index of benchmark threads on Modacity:
    1. Unigine Valley (DX11) Benchmark Scores
    2. 3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores
    3. Unigine Heaven (DX9, DX10, DX11) Benchmark Scores
    4. 3DMark Vantage (DX10) Benchmark Scores
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    Lets get another benchmark thread going, start by downloading the 3DMark 11 benchmark and then run it using the following settings:


    This benchmark requires DirectX 11 and "Basic" users will ONLY be able to use the "Performance" preset. I highly recommend you select the "Benchmark tests only" and "Display Scaling Mode - Stretched" options for the fastest full-screen experience.

    To be considered for "official" entry you need to provide a link to your result on 3dmark.com which means you should create an account there. Alternatively you can sign in to 3dmark.com using your Google or Steam credentials.

    Your benchmark results submission page should look like this:

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4522712

    Tips for improving your benchmarking performance:

    Before you start the benchmark:
    1. Close all irrelevant programs running on your system. This frees up resources that the benchmark could potentially make use of.
    2. Navigate to the benchmark installation directory, enter the "bin\x64" directory, Right-Click on "3DMark11.exe", select "Properties", select the "Compatibility" tab, select "Change settings for all users", set the following options:

      When set you click "Apply", and then "OK". Click "OK" when brought back to the "3DMark11.exe Properties" window.

    3DMark 11 - Performance Results:

    Top 10:
    1. 22440 - Cortexian
    2. 10030 - InnerGoat
    3. 7908 - JackalStomper
    4. 1426 - NneYaTano
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    If you purchase 3DMark 11 Advanced you can unlock the "Extreme" preset for benchmarking. Extreme results are shown below:
    3DMark 11 - Extreme Results:

    Top 10:
    1. 3293 - Cortexian
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    Re: 3DMark 11 Benchmark Scores

    Boooooooooo.

    I have the full 3D Mark Vantage suite (won it a long time ago).

    :c

    Also, benchmark software settings aside, I think you should always run the benchmark under the same conditions you would actually play your games under. That means all of your normally running background applications should remain running, your visual themes should still be on, etc.

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    Re: 3DMark 11 Benchmark Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by Warsaw View Post
    Boooooooooo.

    I have the full 3D Mark Vantage suite (won it a long time ago).

    :c

    Also, benchmark software settings aside, I think you should always run the benchmark under the same conditions you would actually play your games under. That means all of your normally running background applications should remain running, your visual themes should still be on, etc.
    I'm gonna make a 3DMark Vantage thread as well, for people who don't have DX11 capable systems. Then I'll add a section at the top listing all three of the benchmark threads I have running. Vantage was given out like mad, I have like 5 copies of 3DMark Vantage and two copies of Vantage all from GPU and motherboard purchases. I think some even came with games...

    I'm lucky to have 3DMark 11 Professional, normally it costs $900~ but I got to use the site license from work! Winning#

    I run benchmarks with all my normal programs when I'm testing system stability. When I actually want to see how my system performs for the sake of actual benchmarking I kill them off like I recommend.
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    Re: 3DMark 11 Benchmark Scores

    Have a feeling the red team will do better here than in ushit heaven, they usually do very well with synthetic benchmarks.

    Time to warm up the card for some overclocking again...
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    Re: 3DMark 11 Benchmark Scores

    Unigine is incredibly biased towards Nvidia, and it didn't help that the primary settings we were testing under used DX9, something ATI (fuck you, I don't like calling it AMD) really stopped developing for once performance had reached the "way better than necessary" point so they could refocus on DX11.

    I mean, the fact that my setup had little to no advantage over Freelancer's under those settings in that test despite being vastly more capable should speak volumes about its validity.

    On that note, 3DMark has also historically favoured Nvidia setups, but not to the same extent and ATI has managed to claim wins as of late.

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    Re: 3DMark 11 Benchmark Scores

    Ugh, looks like the sweet spot on my 560 has changed since I last oc'd it will have to do an OC run later when I have time to find it again.

    Until then:
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4529855


    You can definitely see my bulldozer choking on the physics in the detailed report, matters little to me as I have yet to see a performance hit in any of the games I play
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    Re: 3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores

    Try disabling half of your Bulldozer cores. The documentation I've seen online says that should actually improve performance.

    That said, the next wave of AMD chips is actually hitting the original target frequencies (4+GHz) at 125W TDP, so that means they'll finally be competitive with Nehalem (first generation Core i7)...which sounds terrible but it's a huge leap forward for AMD. Their current architecture has actually displayed an advantage over even the newer Intel CPUs in heavily threaded tasks, so the fact that the new CPUs are hitting the original target is fantastic news.

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    Re: 3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores

    I'm trying to find my old 3dmark login with all the old scores, but here's the link at least

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4533178

    Last edited by InnerGoat; October 1st, 2012 at 11:22 AM. Reason: i need to rerun the thing later for it to save to my account.... ugh
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    Re: 3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores

    I knew 670's raped but daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayum not by that much

    resist thy temptation....
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    Re: 3DMark 11 (DX11) Benchmark Scores

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4536373

    reran it with a slightly higher memory clock. 1299mhz boost core, 7320mhz memory.

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