ComputeMark - DX11 Compute Shader benchmark

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  1. kemical

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    ComputeMark is the first benchmark to examine the power of your graphics card in the DirectX 11 Shader Compute calculations. With the arrival of Windows 7 and DirectX 11 starts spreading trend to shift the burden from the CPU to the graphics card. ComputeMark is the first tool that will tell you what graphics card processor will help more and which less.

    Download here:

    Download ComputeMark v1.0 - DX11 ComputeShader benchmark @ CzechGamer.com
     
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    Well I gave this a go and here's my results (no overclocking)

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    As we both have similar cards the results are in the same area.. Mind you until they get some sort of database going we won't know if that's a decent score or what?
     
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    ComputeMark is first 100% DirectX 11 Compute Shader benchmark. With DirectX 11, we can use huge performance of our graphic cards for more (real life, daily used) applications. With ComputeMark we are able to measure this power of our graphic cards and tell which one is better.

    ComputeMark typically utilizes 99% of GPU (it's ultimate GPUs *** kicker, great for after-overclocking stability tests) and 0-1% of CPU. Windows Vista or Windows 7, DirectX 11 and DX11 graphic card are required.

    Version 1.3 (07/05/2010):
    - Optimizations for both ATI and NVIDIA (+7%, +10%)
    - Specs info on main screen
    - Added Windows Vista support

    Download here: ComputeMark v1.3

    ComputeMark v1.3 released - Nvidia/ATI optimizations | SITEX 2009 | VR-Zone | Gadgets | PC Enthusiasts
     
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    ComputeMark 1.3 nvidia 470gtx & Ati 5870 scores

    Noticed this on Geeks3d today, makes for interesting comparison.

    Here are some results on an Intel Core2 E8400 CPU @ 3GHz, 2GB DDR3, Windows 7 64-bit and Catalyst 10.4 / ForceWare 197.75: I can only imagine theres either a critical flaw in the nvidia drivers or the benchmarker to get these sort of differences....if not then wooah ATi rock.

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    Like you say it could be poor driver support but if not then WOW!
     
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    ComputeMark 2 finally released





    Today the ComputeMark team has released new version of ComputeMark (DirectX 11 Compute Shade benchmark) with tons of new features - new demos, presets, website and more...

    ComputeMark v2.0 (04/06/2010)

    - Publish your score and specs to Hall of Fame (web)
    - 5 demos (Fluid 3DTex, Fluid 2DTexArr, Mandel Vector, Mandel Scalar, QJuliaRayTrace)
    - 3 presets (Normal, Complex, Extreme)
    - 5 resolution modes (1024x600, 1280x800, 1920x1080, 1920x1200, 2560x1600)
    - Burn test demo/resolution/preset selection

    Download here: ComputeMark - DirectX 11 Compute Shader Benchmark

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    Ref: ComputeMark 2 finally released | SITEX 2009 | VR-Zone | Gadgets | PC Enthusiasts
     
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    There's mine to compare, noting that you have the overclocked editon of the 5870 and I aint...lol

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    Still looking good tho'! :)
     
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    Crikey, just looked through the specs n scores section mine would be 31st! beating far better rigs specs...lol

    EDIT: tried again with a OC on my mobo to get my DDR3 close to its correct speed (1600mhz DDR3, which i managed about 1400mhz out of my 1066FSB rig). added a fraction more to my score but typical I put 5970 on my comment and can't edit that DOH!

    Anyhoo now ranked 28th with score of 3241.... sweet
     
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    Nice one bud.. I know what you mean about the specs page, either some users have absolutely no idea on how to set up their pc's or we have majorly fast systems.. (although I tend to think we just know how to run our pc's)
     
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    Well I dropped a few positions already boo...lol Never expected that to last long considering the amount of folk with Multi GPUs etc.. *sigh* nice to know I was there at all.

    EDIT:
    Interesting to see a 480GTX score there finally... rig was quite heavily overclocked too... notice the lower score likely done before the overclock is much lower than the 5870 average scores I've been seeing without any OC at all... lmao nice to beat a i7 rig with my humble 2.4 Q6600 even if just on a GPU test.

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    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480
    Intel Core i7 CPU 920 2.67 @ 4009MHz
    Windows 7 Extreme Edition R1 x64 (64-bit)
    3063 MB RAM

    TOP: 3567 Normal 1024x600
    WORST: 2941 Normal 1024x600
     
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    Spotted this on Geeks3d: [GPU Computing TEST] ComputeMark 2.1: GTX 480 vs HD 5870 - 3D Tech News, Pixel Hacking, Data Visualization and 3D Programming - Geeks3D.com


    "480GTX vs HD 5870, same rig specs :

    -CPU: Core i7 960 (default clocks)
    -RAM: 4GB DDR3 corsair dominator 1600MHz
    -Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD5
    -Win7 64-bit
    -PSU: Antex TPQ 850W
    -Display drivers: R257.15 (NVIDIA) and Catalyst 10.5 (ATI)


    GeForce GTX 480

    - 1024×600 windowed

    • Normal mode: 2932
    • Complex mode: 1693
    • Extreme mode: crash, crash and CRASH!
    - 1920×1080 fullscreen

    • Normal mode: 1291
    • Extreme mode: re-crash…
    I also tested with two GTX 480 in SLI but SLI mode is not supported (not in profiles)…


    Radeon HD 5870

    - 1024×600 windowed

    • Normal mode: 3229
    • Complex mode: 1855
    • Extreme mode: 307
    - 1920×1080 fullscreen

    • Normal mode: 1549
    • Extreme mode: 238"


    Seems like it is indeed true that a stock 480GTX is inferior in this benchmarking to a HD5870 that is hundred of pounds cheaper!
     
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    I've noticed before how badly the GTX 480 does in this bench perhaps it's a case of driver optimisation? Anyway it's nice to be on the winning side for a change lol..
     
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    well here's mine a little OC on the Video card will add another one once my new Phenom II 940 gets here and is in

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