[GPU Computing TEST] ComputeMark 2.1: GTX 480 vs HD 5870



ComputeMark 2.1 - GTX 480
ComputeMark 2.1 – GTX 480 – 1024×600 – normal mode

ComputeMark 2.1 - Julia 4D
ComputeMark 2.1 – Julia4D



The new version of ComputeMark is available. ComputeMark is a GPU computing benchmark based on Microsoft DirectX 11 DirectCompute technology. This new version brings new DirectCompute-based demos and 3 presets (normal, complex and extreme).

You can download the latest version here:
Download ComputeMark - DirectCompute benchmark



Okaaayyy, let’s do a quick test…

Testbed:
– 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

ComputeMark 2.1 - HD 5870
HD 5870 – 1920×1080 – extreme mode

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