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DX11: 3DMark11 Benchmarks

FutureMark 3DMark11 is the latest addition the 3DMark benchmark series built by FutureMark corporation. 3DMark11 is a PC benchmark suite designed to test the DirectX-11 graphics card performance without vendor preference. Although 3DMark11 includes the unbiased Bullet Open Source Physics Library instead of NVIDIA PhysX for the CPU/Physics tests, Benchmark Reviews concentrates on the four graphics-only tests in 3DMark11 and uses them with medium-level ‘Performance’ presets.

The ‘Performance’ level setting applies 1x multi-sample anti-aliasing and trilinear texture filtering to a 1280x720p resolution. The tessellation detail, when called upon by a test, is preset to level 5, with a maximum tessellation factor of 10. The shadow map size is limited to 5 and the shadow cascade count is set to 4, while the surface shadow sample count is at the maximum value of 16. Ambient occlusion is enabled, and preset to a quality level of 5.

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  • Futuremark 3DMark11 Professional Edition
    • Settings: Performance Level Preset, 1280×720, 1x AA, Trilinear Filtering, Tessellation level 5)

3dMark11_Performance_GT1-2_Benchmark3dMark11_Performance_GT3-4_Benchmark3DMark11 Benchmark Test Results

 

Graphics Card Radeon R9 270X Radeon HD7950 GeForce GTX760 GeForce GTX680 Radeon HD7970 Radeon R9 285 GeForce GTX780 Radeon R9 290 Radeon R9 290X
GPU Cores 1280 1792 1152 1536 2048 1792 2304 2560 2816
Core Clock (MHz) 1030 850 980 1006 925 975 863 947 1000
Shader Clock (MHz) 1120 Boost N/A 1033 Boost 1058 Boost N/A N/A Boost 902 N/A N/A
Memory Clock (MHz) 1400 1250 1502 1502 1375 1450 1502 1250 1250
Memory Amount 2048MB GDDR5 3072MB GDDR5 2048MB GDDR5 2048MB GDDR5 3072MB GDDR5 2048MB GDDR5 3072MB GDDR5 4096MB GDDR5 4096MB GDDR5
Memory Interface 256-bit 384-bit 256-bit 256-bit 384-bit 256-bit 384-bit 512-bit 512-bit


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3 comments

  1. Mugatu

    How is this card beating a GTX 780 in BF4 @ 1920×1200?? There is no way.

    1. Olin Coles

      I merely test the product, and post the results. If I had to explain why one performed better than another, it would begin with how AMD co-developed BF4 and optimized it to play with their Radeon graphics cards (as opposed to NVIDIA working on BF3), and then end with how Radeon R9 285 nearly matched performance on rare occasion with GeForce GTX 780 in two other tests. Overall though, GTX 780 is considerably more powerful than R9 285.

  2. Xantosh

    Is it true you can quad crossfire these (due to Bridgless crossfire) and how would even 2 or 3 of these compare to say a 4gb (or even 3.5gb lol) video card, because my board is capable of x16 x16 x4 (with a power stabilization buckle)

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