New free Unigene Benchmark: Superposition

kemical

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SUPERPOSITION BENCHMARK

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Brand new GPU stress-testing tool from UNIGINE. It also features interactive VR experience with support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

KEY FEATURES
  • Top-notch visuals powered by UNIGINE 2 Engine
  • Global leaderboards for benchmark scores
  • Stress load for the GPU heating system
  • Scalable quality settings
  • VR mode (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive)
  • Free interactive mode with mini-games
  • Support for Windows and Linux
Compare your hardware scores with other users worldwide!

Check if your rig is VR-ready!

Download your copy here:
Superposition | UNIGINE: Professional VR Platform for Business

(download size: 1GB)
 


nmsuk

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Been patiently waiting for this
 


kemical

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Here's a couple of results:
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ussnorway

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my Asus (stock) TP500ln
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Mike

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I will try running it shortly (once the download finishes!)
 


nmsuk

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kemical

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It's keeps reporting my cpu is 4001mhz when actually it's at 4600mhz.
 


Mike

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nmsuk

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You running sli Mike?
 


kemical

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You running sli Mike?
I missed that..

Looks like SLI with the x2?
 


nmsuk

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Thats what I was thinking.
 


Mike

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Thats what I was thinking.
Yes and given the sheer cost of such stupidity it was not worth it look at the poor numbers in comparison. For the minimal performance gain the 980Ti would have been better.
 


kemical

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it was not worth it look at the poor numbers in comparison.
The app might not be configured for SLI?

Also consider overclocking them as they should clock well..
 


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