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  • Some GTX-580 Unigine Benchmarks Results

    Hey all,

    Just thought I'd share this with you. Hope to have a more complete benchmark results on the GTX-580 this weekend that I can share but here are the quick results of Unigine's Heaven Benchmark. Three quick benches were done on openSUSE 11.3, Windows 7 64 with DX11 and openGL on extreme tessellation.






  • #2
    I'm thinking about getting one. How loud is it under full load, and
    how powerful is you PSU?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mlau View Post
      I'm thinking about getting one. How loud is it under full load, and
      how powerful is you PSU?
      It's quieter then the MSI Twin Frozer GTX-275 I had in this system under full load. On idle I hear the harddrives over it. Very quiet card. As far as a power supply goes, I'm using a PC Power and Cooling 750 and it handles it all just fine (7 harddrives, 2 optical drives, 1090T processor, additional 8800GT for Cuda work, soundcard,....).

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      • #4
        Overall extremely pleased with this card so far. So far everything "Just works" and I have not come across any glitches yet.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by deanjo View Post
          It's quieter then the MSI Twin Frozer GTX-275 I had in this system under full load. On idle I hear the harddrives over it. Very quiet card. As far as a power supply goes, I'm using a PC Power and Cooling 750 and it handles it all just fine (7 harddrives, 2 optical drives, 1090T processor, additional 8800GT for Cuda work, soundcard,....).
          Thanks. I have system very similar to yours, but only 500W PSU (and the 7 harddisks are in a separate machine).

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          • #6
            Cool card, if somebody has 1 too much i would certainly like to test it

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            • #7
              What Windows drivers did you use?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Shining Arcanine View Post
                What Windows drivers did you use?

                262.99 WHQL's

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                • #9
                  I bought a GTX580 as well but i have no Windows on my PC so i can't compare it. I also had a GTX275 TwinFrozr before and the 580 is a great upgrade i really like the card so far, can't wait to play the OilRush game on it. Will post my Heaven score here soon.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Milena View Post
                    I bought a GTX580 as well but i have no Windows on my PC so i can't compare it. I also had a GTX275 TwinFrozr before and the 580 is a great upgrade i really like the card so far, can't wait to play the OilRush game on it. Will post my Heaven score here soon.
                    "OilRush game" be sure the unigine companie goes bankruptet bevore any game comes out.

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                    • #11
                      Early morning here, 5 am, the benchmark marathon begins.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                        Early morning here, 5 am, the benchmark marathon begins.
                        benchmarking is the only usefull you can do with an gtx580


                        show me the linux game thats needs a gtx580 or an Programm.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                          benchmarking is the only usefull you can do with an gtx580


                          show me the linux game thats needs a gtx580 or an Programm.
                          My Cuda code loves it, nothing like having cuda accelerated encoding (with vdpau support as well doing the source decoding) video editing in linux, not to mention the financial numbers it is able to crunch on our financial software, works very well in Maya as Pro/E as well. Mathamatica loves cuda as well. Some people actually do more then post gibberish on forums and download porn on linux. Of course wine works great as well.

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                          • #14
                            GTX goodness

                            Hi Yall and Dean,

                            Having started off with Matrox cards, on SuSe, back in the 1990's, I've run the gauntlet, of FGLRX hell (note the forums on Suse, rage3d & hereabouts) and keep coming back to nVida. I've got a GTX 470 now.

                            Dean, what video editing software do you use in Linux? Is it able to use all the cpu cores and the gpu? I'm very tempted by "PowerDirector 9" for Win7-64bit. I've got a boat load of video to upload to Youtube and wanna take full advantage of my Phenom X6 1090T (Ocd to 4000 of course! ;-) ).

                            I'd much rather prefer to do this in Linux, with a "intuitive" gui, but if the best tool for the job (for me!), is in a Doze environment, then I will bite that bullet.

                            *BFN*

                            GreekGeek :-)

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by GreekGeek View Post
                              Hi Yall and Dean,

                              Having started off with Matrox cards, on SuSe, back in the 1990's, I've run the gauntlet, of FGLRX hell (note the forums on Suse, rage3d & hereabouts) and keep coming back to nVida. I've got a GTX 470 now.

                              Dean, what video editing software do you use in Linux? Is it able to use all the cpu cores and the gpu? I'm very tempted by "PowerDirector 9" for Win7-64bit. I've got a boat load of video to upload to Youtube and wanna take full advantage of my Phenom X6 1090T (Ocd to 4000 of course! ;-) ).

                              I'd much rather prefer to do this in Linux, with a "intuitive" gui, but if the best tool for the job (for me!), is in a Doze environment, then I will bite that bullet.

                              *BFN*

                              GreekGeek :-)
                              I actually have created my own rudimentary editing app that I use for my HD HDR recordings since not one editing app in linux can handle it's output properly. They all want to cut on a full GOP which is a royal pain when you want to edit out commercials on a h264 TS stream.

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