Unigine Heaven DX11 Benchmark 3.0 Released

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  1. Posts : 54,146
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    Unigine Heaven DX11 Benchmark 3.0 Released


    There are so many benchmarking programs that can use to benchmark the performance of your GPU and one of it which I’ve settled with is Unigine Heaven DX11 Benchmark based on advanced UNIGINE engine. Previously I’ve used the older version of Heaven Benchmark 2.1 to benchmark the 3D graphics performance on the antivirus performance test. Reason is during that time Unigine Heaven Benchmark was the only one that supports DirectX 11, while many still stuck at DirectX 10 plus it is free for personal use. It is also easy to use, simply install, select a few options and run the benchmark. A score will be given at the end of the benchmark together with the minimum, maximum and average FPS numbers. Few days ago a new version of Heaven DX11 Benchmark 3.0 has been released with many technical improvements, it now runs on Mac and supports for variety of new hardware, including extended support for multi-monitor configurations.
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  2. Posts : 208
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    Thanks, guy.

    I mean. . . A Guy.
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  3. Posts : 3,187
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    Can I call you "A" for short?

    Thanks for the tip - I love these as much for the eye candy as for the rating!
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  4. Posts : 54,146
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    If I were Canadian...Eh 235MB download BTW. My card does 12-14fps, lol. Wanted to see what my GPU radiator did with it. Nice and cool :)

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    Ran my 6870 from 51C to 76C. Didn't kick the fan up any, though.
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  6. Posts : 6,077
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    Ran my 560ti with a medium overclock, highest temp was 69.
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    Mighty fine, Paul!
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    I turned it up!!! That was good music!
    My max was 20 fps and low was 11 fps.... To be honest i am used to those fps thats how i do gaming
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    profdlp said:
    Mighty fine, Paul!

    Thanks prof:)

    Here is how the card runs at stock for comparison

    Paul.
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  10. Posts : 3,187
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    Wow. I might have to see if I can put up with a little more fan noise and try and bump my card a little. :)
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