FurMark Scores, Comparative Charts (v1.9, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14)



FurMark 1.10.0, OpenGL benchmark


Update: 2014.11.10
Preset:1080
MSI Radeon R9 920X Gaming 4G

Update: 2014.09.24
Preset:1080
GeForce GTX TITAN Black
– GeForce GTX TITAN
GIGABYTE BRIX GTX 760


Here are the charts of FurMark scores for AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards (and Intel HD Graphics GPUs as well). These scores can be used as reference for checking your FurMark score with FurMark 1.9.x and FurMark 1.10.x (will be released shortly, currently in testing…). Each entry includes the model of the graphics card with clock speeds, the TPC (Total Power Consumption) of the X58 testbed at idle and under full load, the max GPU temperature and the graphics driver version.

FurMark is an OpenGL 2 benchmark. Almost all existing graphics cards can be benchmarked with FurMark: GeForce 6 / 7/ 8 / 9 / GTX200 / GTX400 / GTX500 / GTX600, Radeon X1900 / HD2000 / HD3000 / HD4000 / HD5000 / HD6000 / HD7000, Intel HD Graphics 2000 / 3000 / 4000.

These charts will be updated as regularly as possible with new graphics cards or new graphics drivers (only if there are significant changes in performance).

Three kind of scores are available on these charts:

  • Preset:1080: 1920×1080 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in mode checked in the Settings box
  • Preset:720: 1280×720 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in mode checked in the Settings box
  • Custom preset: 1280×1024 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in mode checked in the Settings box






1 – Preset:1080

Settings: Preset:1080 (1920×1080 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in test mode)

Other scores can be found online in FurMark GPU Database section.


MSI R9 290X Gaming 4G (default clock speeds), Catalyst 14.9 WHQL (Win8 64-bit) – PowerTune: +20%
4922 points (82 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 CF (GPU@880MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:78°C, two GPUs / CrossFire ON), TPC: 87W(PSU1) + 33W(PSU2) /430W(PSU1) + 240W(PSU2) (on H67 testbed v2), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
4704 points (78 FPS), PowerTune: +20%

MSI R9 290X Gaming 4G (default clock speeds), Catalyst 14.9 WHQL (Win8 64-bit) – PowerTune: 0%
4577 points (76 FPS)

NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Black (default clock speeds), R340.11 (Win8.1 64-bit)
4245 points (70 FPS)

NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN (default clock speeds), R340.11 (Win8.1 64-bit)
4088 points (68 FPS)

EVGA GeForce GTX 780 (default clock speeds), R331.40 (Win8 64-bit)
4083 points (68 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 CF (GPU@880MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:78°C, two GPUs / CrossFire ON), TPC: 87W(PSU1) + 33W(PSU2) /352W(PSU1) + 176W(PSU2) (on H67 testbed v2), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
3505 points (58 FPS), PowerTune: 0%

MSI Radeon HD 7970 (GPU@925MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:68°C), TPC:105W/383W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
3363 points (56 FPS), PowerTune: +20%

MSI Radeon HD 7970 (GPU@925MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:79°C), TPC:75W/346W (on H67 testbed), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
3361 points (56 FPS), PowerTune: +20%

EVGA GeForce GTX 680 (GPU@1005MHz, mem@3004MHz, max GPU temp:74°C), TPC:101W/312W, GPU power: 115% TDP, R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
2699 points (44 FPS)

MSI Radeon HD 7970 (GPU@925MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:76°C), TPC:75W/280W (on H67 testbed), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
2582 points (43 FPS), PowerTune: 0%

MSI Radeon HD 7970 (GPU@925MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:68°C), TPC:105W/339W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
2582 points (43 FPS), PowerTune: 0%

EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Ultra (GPU@900MHz, mem@2106MHz, max GPU temp:87°C), TPC:116W/530W, R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
2403 points (40 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 (GPU@880MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:78°C), TPC:78W/352W (on H67 testbed), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
2402 points (40 FPS), PowerTune: +20%

EVGA GeForce GTX 580 SC (GPU@797MHz, mem@2025MHz, max GPU temp:91°C), TPC:85W/452W (on H67 testbed), R263.09 whql (branch r260_uda_final-58, Win 7 64-bit)
2144 points (35 FPS)

MSI GeForce GTX 660 Hawk (default clock speeds), R327.24 (Win7 64-bit)
2142 points (35 FPS)

MSI Radeon HD 5770 Hawk CF (GPU@875MHz, mem@1200MHz, max GPU temp:69°C, two GPUs / CrossFire ON), TPC:120W/350W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
2135 points (35 FPS)

AMD Radeon HD 5870 (GPU@850MHz, mem@1200MHz, max GPU temp:84°C), TPC:102W/320W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
2130 points (35 FPS)

MSI GeForce GTX 580 Lightning (GPU@772MHz, mem@2004MHz, max GPU temp:97°C), TPC:125W/564W, R263.09 whql (branch r260_uda_final-58, Win 7 64-bit)
2077 points (34 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 (GPU@765MHz, mem@1125MHz, max GPU temp:66°C), TPC:110W/276W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
1805 points (30 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 6970 (GPU@880MHz, mem@1375MHz, max GPU temp:78°C), TPC:78W/286W (on H67 testbed), Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
1776 points (29 FPS), PowerTune: 0%

EVGA GeForce GTX 480 (GPU@700MHz, mem@1848MHz, max GPU temp:89°C), TPC:105W/405W (on H67 testbed), R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
1758 points (29 FPS)

EVGA GeForce GTX 295 CO-OP (GPU@576MHz, mem@1008MHz, max GPU temp:73°C, two GPUs enabled / SLI ON), TPC:130W/414W, R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
1754 points (29 FPS)

Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 (GPU@900MHz, mem@1050MHz, max GPU temp:82°C), TPC:104W/277W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
1668 points (27 FPS)

MSI GeForce GTX 470 (GPU@607MHz, mem@1674MHz, max GPU temp:93°C), TPC:124W/347W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
1424 points (23 FPS)

GIGABYTE BRIX GTX 760 (default clock speeds), R340.76 (Win 8.1 64-bit)
1409 points (23 FPS)

ASUS GeForce GTX 750 (default clock speeds, max GPU temp:51°C), R340.65 (Win 8.1 64-bit)
1339 points (22 FPS)

MSI GTX 460 Cyclone 768D5/OC (GPU@729MHz, mem@1804MHz, max GPU temp:67°C), TPC:100W/268W, R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
1187 points (19 FPS)

MSI Radeon HD 5770 Hawk (GPU@875MHz, mem@1200MHz, max GPU temp:68°C), TPC:110W/224W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
1078 points (17 FPS)

ASUS Radeon HD 7770 DirectCU TOP (GPU@1120MHz, mem@1150MHz, max GPU temp:59°C), TPC:75W/182W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
1036 points (17 FPS)

MSI GeForce GTX 580 Lightning (GPU@772MHz, mem@2004MHz, max GPU temp:72°C), TPC:133/374W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
1025 points (17 FPS) – GPU is throttled down (at 192MHz with R296.10, R301.24)!

EVGA GeForce GTX 280 (GPU@601MHz, mem@1107MHz, max GPU temp:79°C, TPC:125W/322W), R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
919 points (15 FPS)

EVGA GeForce GTX 295 CO-OP (GPU@576MHz, mem@1008MHz, max GPU temp:71°C, one GPU enabled / SLI OFF, TPC:130W/294W), R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
879 points (14 FPS)

MSI GeForce GTX 260 (GPU@621MHz, mem@1080MHz, max GPU temp:68°C), R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
739 points (12 FPS)

MSI Radeon HD 4850 Hybrid Frozr (GPU@640MHz, mem@993MHz, max GPU temp:82°C), TPC:112W/194W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
577 points (9 FPS) (GPU throttled down by Catalyst?)

HIS Radeon HD 3870 (GPU@777MHz, mem@1126MHz, max GPU temp:93°C), TPC:105W/230W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
576 points (9 FPS)

AMD A10-7850K (Radeon R7, default clock speeds, RAM: DDR3 @ 2400MHz), Catalyst 14.4 WHQL (Win 8 64-bit)
487 points (8 FPS)

NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX (GPU@576MHz, mem@900MHz, max GPU temp:77°C), TPC:133W/261W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
481 points (8 FPS)

Intel Graphics HD 5000 (Microsoft Surface PRO 3)
434 points (7 FPS)

ASUS GeForce 7950 GX2 (GPU@500MHz, mem@600MHz, max GPU temp:95°C, two GPUs enabled / SLI ON), TPC:128W/249W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
415 points (6 FPS)

Zotac GeForce GT 240 (GPU@550MHz, mem@790MHz, max GPU temp:65°C), TPC:88W/144W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
356 points (5 FPS)

MSI GeForce 9600 GT Diamond (GPU@650MHz, mem@850MHz, max GPU temp:46°C), R301.24 beta (branch r301_07-12, Win 7 64-bit)
349 points (5 FPS)

AMD A10-7850K (Radeon R7, default clock speeds, RAM: DDR3 @ 1600MHz), Catalyst 14.4 WHQL (Win 8 64-bit)
335 points (5 FPS)

ASUS GeForce 7950 GX2 (GPU@500MHz, mem@600MHz, max GPU temp:84°C, one GPU enabled / SLI OFF), TPC:128W/201W, R296.10 whql (branch r295_43-27, Win 7 64-bit)
208 points (3 FPS)

ASUS Radeon HD 2400 (GPU@525MHz, mem@400MHz, max GPU temp:40°C), TPC:80W/117W, Catalyst 12.3 whql (Win 7 64-bit)
41 points (1 FPS)








112 thoughts on “FurMark Scores, Comparative Charts (v1.9, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14)”

  1. JeGX Post Author

    In few moments I hope, the HD 7970 will be benchmarked. Currently I’m benchmarking the HD 6970 but I have some problems with my X58 testbed.

  2. JeGX Post Author

    Yes you’re right, I changed a bit the burn-in test mode (actually it’s a checkbox in the Settings box).

    The score of your HD 5970 looks correct, because
    3505 points for the HD 6970 CF is get with PowerTune = 0%. With PowerTune set to +20%, the HD 6970 CF gets around 4700 points.

  3. hurte

    y have a 560ti, it s not here and y have note that when y run the program the gpu works at 475mhz :S

  4. JeGX Post Author

    @hurt: I don’t have all available cards on the market (fortunately, otherwise the benchmarking session will never end… 😉 ).

  5. mrje

    I have a gt8500 and i scored {SCORE:95 points (1 FPS, 60000 ms)} is that correct?

  6. Moeen

    HD4850 685/1050, I scored one notch more than 5770 @ 1141 on 720p preset.

  7. Sandy

    and i forgot to mention this but the resolution was 1024*768 at 720p

  8. Sandy

    lately i have been experiencing autoshutdown problems while playing games. can anyone comment on this regarding the above observed data. thanks in advance!

  9. Peter

    My goodness, how in the world did I completely miss this post? way too many places to follow up with and update these days I guess

  10. Peter

    ok. As much as I hate to feedback on a hard day work of blood & sweat, it seems work itself is still in progress, thus I continue. There’s a headline all over a week ago.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/164027/1366-x-768-The-Most-Popular-Screen-Resolution-Overtakes-1024-x-768-StatCounter.html

    I understand you’ve chosen 2x 16:9 (and 1x 16:10, leaving out 4:3) where baseline is set at 1280×720 but the condition of “full-screen” isn’t applicable for the aforesaid mainstream 16:9 monitors (1366×768) as it simply wont switch (tested). You can either exempt “fullscreen” in this case or provide a reconsidered base-line for 16:9. Though later would have unfairly greater burn-in stress-level compared to former one, exclusively in case of Intel HD IGP’s. You know all I’m interested these days, is in Intel HD GFX 😉 which are probably still under-testing as aren’t there in above charts. Hope this helps in some way.

  11. Peter

    Jerome, somethings wrong here. I ran the test @ 1280×720, following your criteria, with exception being windowed and not full-screen as crap 19-inch “HD-LED” wont switch to full at that resolution. Results:
    SCORE: 130 points (2FPS, 60000ms)
    so whats’ wrong? well check the 4th line:
    FPS: mn=3, mx=5, av=2
    I swear I literally stared at the average the whole 60 seconds (plus warm-up) throughout 120+ frames. Tested more than twice. It remained at “avg:4″ in warm-ups and never went below “avg=3″ during benchmarking, the whole time.

    So what’s the formula here my man. Its not adding up. How come 5+3/2=2 eh?

  12. Peter

    Oops, my bad. I meant (and 1x 4:3, leaving out 16:10) instead of (and 1x 16:10, leaving out 4:3) in above (second last) post. BTW, am using v1.10.0. Bugs: Not displaying any logo (Intel/otherwise) in top-right box, “Renderer” stating “Intel HD Graphics” when the actual IGP is HD 2000 (same driver v2656)

  13. James

    I only got 1488 points (24 FPS, 60000 ms).

    Nvidia GTX 560 1GB DDR5
    Windows XP 32 Bit
    GPU core: 830 MHz, memory: 2004 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 870 @ 2.93GHz

    Is that about right?? Sounds quite low to me :-(

  14. duggie

    Max GPU Temp: 69°C
    Resolution: 1280×720 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:29, max:32, avg:30 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    GeForce GTX 465
    GPU core: 607 MHz, memory: 1603 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9300 @ 2.50GHz
    Windows 7 64-bit build 760
    2046 MB
    3125 MHz
    SCORE:1800 points (30 FPS, 60000 ms)

  15. ch3r0k33j03

    XFX 2GB 6950—

    Stock settings (800/1250) – 1696/28FPS@1080

    Stock 6970 (880/1375) – 1776/29FPS

    My 6950 OC (900/1390) – 1871/31FPS@1080

    While an overclocked 6970 will still smash my 6950, I’m VERY happy with 31FPS on the 1080 test…!

    Can’t wait to get another one of these suckers and crossfire them but until then, Witcher 2 is pretty pleased with this overclock totally maxed even ubersampling

  16. Seibukisan

    I tried to benchmark 9800GTX at 720p with no AA and GPU crashed after like 15 seconds. :(

  17. jason

    3940 score on 1080p with my single 6970 2gb is this seems really good

  18. Advans@

    3 – Custom Preset: 1280×1024

    Settings: 1280×1024 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in test mode.

    radeon 5670, win xp 32-bit
    score: 610 points, temp: 65 celcius

    without fullscreen: 851 points

  19. Advans@

    2 – Preset:720

    Settings: 1280×720 fullscreen, 0X MSAA, 60 seconds, dynamic background, burn-in test mode.

    radeon 5670, win xp 32-bit
    score: 940 points, temp: 65 celcius

  20. KOLANICH

    Max GPU Temp: 70°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (W) – AA:8 samples
    FPS: min: 14, max:20, avg: 16 – OPTIONS: FX DynCam
    System Info
    Renderer AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series (1002-6739)
    Drivers Catalyst 12.3 -8.961-120405a-137813C-ATI (4-5-2012)
    Clocks GPU core: 860 MHz, memory: 1100 MHz
    CPU Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz
    CPU Speed 2395 MHz
    System Memory |2046MB
    OS Windows 7 32-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  21. Jake

    Hi,

    I just ran the benchmark on 1080p and 1080*1680 and got this:
    13FPS and 836 score

    Is that bad if so what could be causing this?

    PC Specification:
    ASRock Z68 Extreme7 Gen3
    CM HAFx FULL TOWER WINDOW
    Intel Core i7 2700K OEM UNLOCK
    6GB(3×2)DDR3 Tri-Chan Corsair Vengeance 2000Mhz
    1GB Asus GTX 560 Ti DCU2*TOP*
    1TB WD CAVIAR BLACK WD1002FAEX
    1000W OCZ-ZX1000W-UN ZX Gold
    Killer 2100 Gaming NetworkCard

  22. Kyle

    ATI Radeon HD 5770 GPU max temp got to 99… how bad is this… and should I do the full test… 99 was at about half and I just didnt like it being that hot

  23. Mark

    @Sandy Instability can be because of OC going to far or an insufficient power supply. If you have overclocked, scale it back a little. Update drivers etc too. Might help.
    I ran my MSI 7770/OC to 1160mhz single card and got a 1680 with the 1920 x 1080 burn in test. I am getting a second card soon so i will post the CF results when i can.
    Oh and i modified my fan settings to run at 80% at 50 Cel and 100% at 70 cel, i had a steady temp of 60 at peak.
    I have a Phantom 410 with 1 stock intake and 1 Premium intake both 120mm, 1 120mm stock exhaust at the rear and a 140mm prem and 120mm prem exhaust at the top through a corsair H100 Radiator.

  24. Mark

    I should also mention,
    Sabertooth 990FX
    FX 8120 @ 4ghz
    8GB DDR3 @ 1600
    700W FSP Aurum PSU
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
    Running windows from an SSD but Furmark from a WD blue drive
    FYI
    If any of that might affect results

  25. EGDesignSVC

    @Andrew try setting your graphics
    Core Voltage—- 1031(mV)
    Core Clock—- 950(MHz)
    Memory Clock—- 1375(MHz)
    Power Limit—- 0-5% start at 0 then go to 5 one at a time running benchmark after every increase
    fan speed I have on 100% but thats personal preference on what you do for that.
    But you should see a good difference
    let me know how it goes egdesignsvc@gmail.com

  26. Sammus

    I seem to have a problem (and many others too if you google), no matter how I set my clocks on my 7950, furmark runs at a constant 32fps and gives ~1900. This seems to occur with 7850,7870,7950 and some green cards like 660Ti according to google. It’s obviously not a correct score, and every other benchmark it gets its expected score in. Same with furmark 1.9.x and 1.10.x Any ideas???! D:

  27. blowan80

    yeah man i beat the number 2 on 1280-720 with5650 points runnin core i3 and gtx 480

  28. panzo007

    Just did the 15min run and scored 4913 thats kind higher points than the top no 1 lol at 54FPs.
    GPU core: 900>1020 MHz, memory: 1250>1450 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz.
    Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 oc

  29. DeepDiver

    I get a failure when I try to Submit results. I am registered. ???

  30. lenny23

    720 preset: 2218 points (36 FPS, 60000 ms)
    1080 preset: 1306 points (21 FPS, 60000 ms)

    Phenom II X3 720 2.8 ghz.
    4 GB RAM DDR2 800 mhz.
    Shapphire Radeon HD 6850
    Win 7 64-bit

    Is that OK??

  31. wasder

    Idle temp: 47°C
    Peak temp: 94°C
    BURN-IN SCORE: 1345 points
    13190 frames, 14 FPS
    FPS: min:15, max:16, avg:14 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 245 Processor
    System memory: 4094 MB
    OS: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]
    GPU: ATI Radeon HD 5770

  32. Palan

    WTF? 1080p and over 2500 points with HD 7870… Max. temperature 57°C.
    Scores on this page must be bad…

  33. gav

    I also get failure when i try to submit results and im also registered shame really i’d be top of that chart now dagnammit gigabyte oc edition 7970 4978points only 58 frames though at 1080 max temp 72 min temp 34 cat 12.8 phenom ii 955 be at stock 3.2ghz. Ive never topped any table tis a crying shame lol sort it out please.

  34. Jarl

    i5-3570k @ 4.2ghz
    MSI GTX 660TI PE with a small OC
    8gb Corsair Vengance 1600mhz
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

    BURN-IN SCORE: 3107 points 30728 frames, 34 FPS, 72°C 1920×1080

    This any good?

  35. hmmmmm

    GTX 680 (stock cooling) @
    GPU core: 1228 MHz, memory: 3402 MHz
    2600K@ 5.2Ghz (water) and
    8GB DDR3 1800 + SSD

    Burn in 15min 1080p BURN-IN SCORE: 4638 points
    46102 frames, 51 FPS, 87°C
    FPS: min:51, max:53, avg:51

    Still cant play skyrim in surround with enb.. Need MORE POWER :)

  36. Silens

    MSI Radeon 7750 Stock cooling
    Core Clock: 900mhz <–max (+70mhz)
    Memory Clock: 1150mhz (+25mhz)
    Dynamic background
    Burn-in
    Duration: 5min
    Resolution: 1440×900 (Max supported. crap monitor x.x)
    MSAA: 0x

    AMD Athlon II X4 630 2.8ghz
    4gb DDR3 ram.

    Score 396. 3488 frames, 11fps, 56°C

    I haven't cranked up the memory clock very far as i'm new to OC'ing, using MSI Afterburner. I'm not really sure why i can only grab 11fps tho. I cant test under 1080. But can in 720. But I feel like this is quite low compared to my old 6850. Is this a limitation based on my card, Or simply my other hardware being sub-par?

  37. sladjan

    SCORE:95 points (1 FPS, 60000 ms)

    ATI Radeon HD 5450 (1002-68F9)

    Catalyst 12.8 – 8.982-120727a-145524C-ATI (7-27-2012)

    GPU core: 650 MHz, memory: 600 MHz

    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 4400 @ 2.00GHz

    2046 MB

    Windows 7 32-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

    Did his good or bad? Thanks

  38. KalvinJ

    http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/furmark_192_score.php?id=100493
    SCORE: 3778 points (62 FPS)

    Submitted by kalvinj (anonymous mode) on December 18 2012, 9:11 am

    Bench duration: 60 seconds
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    MSAA samples: 0
    Window mode: fullscreen

    Primary renderer: AMD Radeon HD 7970
    Device ID: 0x1002 – 0x6798
    GPU clock: 1050 MHz
    Memory clock: 1500 MHz
    Graphics drivers: Catalyst 12.10 – 9.002-120928m-148276C-ATI 9-27-2012
    GPU temperatures (start/end): 39°C / 72°C

  39. KalvinJ

    http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/furmark_192_score.php?id=100494
    SCORE: 5627 points (93 FPS)

    Submitted by Kalvinj (anonymous mode) on December 18 2012, 9:14 am

    Bench duration: 60 seconds
    Resolution: 1280 x 720
    MSAA samples: 0
    Window mode: fullscreen

    Primary renderer: AMD Radeon HD 7970
    Device ID: 0x1002 – 0x6798
    GPU clock: 1050 MHz
    Memory clock: 1500 MHz
    Graphics drivers: Catalyst 12.10 – 9.002-120928m-148276C-ATI 9-27-2012
    GPU temperatures (start/end): 44°C / 71°C

    Number of GPUs: 1
    GPU0 – Vendor: 0x1002 – Device: 0x6798 – Max GPU temp: 71 °C – Max GPU load: 99 %

    CPU: IntelR CoreTM i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz
    CPU speed: 3403 MHz
    Operating system: Windows 8 64-bit build 9200 No Service Pack

  40. Artanis

    SCORE:4324 points (72 FPS, 60000 ms)

    full screen 1280 x 720

    1200/1375
    catalyst 12.11 beta 11

    56°C fan:%68

  41. Puutuu

    Why is there no 6850 listed? My 6850 cyclone OC gets 23fps. Surely it should be around 30fps, like the 5850.

  42. Sniflheim

    My pair of overclocked 460’s gets just over 5000 points with the 720p test. That’s crazy, is that even possible? That would mean I’m beating a 680!

  43. Willi

    Its pretty strange.
    I ran the Test with my Asus GTX 560 Ti 1GB DDR5( Burn in benchmark 1920x 1080) and got a Score of 2559 points. The max. Temperature was 78°.

  44. SniperNinja

    4789 points (79 FPS, 60000 ms)with two EVGA GTX 460’s. Who’s laughing now. :-)

  45. chris

    6569 points (72 FPS) with two MSI GTX 670’s. Who’s laughing now. :-)

  46. Ruan

    Asus AMD Radeon HD6870
    Bench duration: 15min
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    MSAA samples: 0
    Window mode: fullscreen
    Burn-In score 2585points(28 FPS)
    Min temp 60°C
    Max temp 92°C

  47. nobody333

    nvidia geforce gt520
    bench duration:15min
    resolution:1920×1080
    Burn-In score:217 (3Fps) “so fast” 😉
    Min temp 44C° Max Temp 84C°
    Fan: 75%

  48. александр

    GeForce GTX 660/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-11C0)
    скамьи Продолжительность: 15 мин
    Разрешение: 1920 х 1080
    Window режим: полноэкранный
    Burn-In оценка 2825 points (30 FPS)
    Минимальная температура 38 ° C
    Максимальная температура 66 ° C
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7600 [No Service Pack]

  49. shock

    Sapphire Radeon 7870xt 2gb ddr5
    max temp: 79C
    max fps in full HD: ~43
    score: 2864pts

  50. Stephen

    Max GPU Temp: 39°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:86, max:87, avg:85 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    GeForce GTX 670/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1189) SLI
    9.18.13.1407 (2-9-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    GPU core: 1005 MHz, memory: 3105 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz

  51. Aleksander

    BURN-IN SCORE: 491 points
    4497 frames, 4 FPS, 62°C

    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 (1002-68C1)
    Catalyst – 8.723.8.2-100920a-105610C-Sony (9-20-2010)
    GPU core: 450 MHz, memory: 790 MHz
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

    Does that sound alright?
    Please answer to mail: aleks2990@hotmail.com

  52. Banshee

    BURN-INSCORE:2145 points (35 FPS, 60000 ms)
    7850
    Catalyst 13.2
    GPU core: 1165 MHz, memory: 1375 MHz
    ya better then a 580 😀

  53. Captain

    Burn-INSCORE: 2618 points
    72 degrees C
    Catalyst 13.1
    GPU core: 950MHz
    GPU mem: 1300MHz
    1080p

  54. daymon

    SCORE:679 points (11 FPS, 60000 ms) Max GPU Temp: 58°C Resolution: 1280×720 (W) – AA:0 samples FPS: min:12, max:13, avg:11 – OPTIONS: DynBkg GeForce GT 630/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-0F00) 9.18.13.1407 (2-9-2013) – GL:nvoglv64 GPU core: 940 MHz, memory: 890 MHz AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 Processor 4050 MHz 4093 MB Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  55. imprimis

    SCORE: 2716 points (45 FPS)

    Submitted by imprimis (anonymous mode) on May 31 2013, 9:45 am

    Bench duration: 60 seconds
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    MSAA samples: 0
    Window mode: fullscreen

    Primary renderer: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680
    Device ID: 0x10de – 0x1180
    GPU clock: 1005 MHz
    Memory clock: 3004 MHz
    Graphics drivers: 9.18.13.2018 5-12-2013 – GLnvoglv64
    GPU temperatures (start/end): 39°C / 77°C

    Number of GPUs: 1
    GPU0 – Vendor: 0x10de – Device: 0x1180 – Max GPU temp: 77 °C – Max GPU load: 99 %

    CPU: IntelR CoreTM i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
    CPU speed: 3400 MHz
    Operating system: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 Service Pack 1

  56. Dar

    Saphire 7870 got me a 3354 on the Burn in benchmark. 1090t 6 core processor 8 gigs ram.

    Getting a new 8350 machine with a gtx 780 next week and I will run same exact test.

  57. kcostell

    Running the 1920×1080 on my HD 6670 gave me a whopping 531 pts (4891 frames, 5FPS, 62°C)

    This seems surprisingly low to me. Is it about what I should be expecting though?

  58. Ariel

    Max GPU Temp: 80°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:8 samples
    FPS: min:12, max:15, avg:12 – OPTIONS: XB FX DynBkg

    renderer: GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-11C2)
    drivers: 9.18.13.2018 (5-12-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    clocks: GPU core: 1084 MHz, memory: 3004 MHz
    cpu: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
    system memory: 8Gb DDR2 (PC2-6400)
    os: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

    SCORE:11442 points (12 FPS, 900000 ms)

  59. brandon

    BURN-IN SCORE: 9226 points
    92038 frames, 102 FPS, 110°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:92, max:112, avg:102
    Renderer:GeForce GTX 480
    Clcok:GPU core: 700 MHz, memory: 1848 MHz
    CPU:Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K CPU @ 4.70GHz
    CPU speed:4709 MHz
    system memory:16324 MB
    OS:Windows 7 64-bit

  60. John M

    BURN-IN SCORE: 299 points

    2690 frames, 44 FPS, 81°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:45, max:46, avg:44 – OPTIONS: DynBkg

    GeForce GTX 760/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1187)
    9.18.13.2049 (6-21-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    GPU core: 1241 MHz, memory: 3004 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.90GHz
    3900 MHz/16337 MB
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  61. Patr

    SCORE:35 points (0 FPS, 60000 ms)
    Max GPU Temp: 0°C
    Resolution: 1024×768 (W) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:1, max:3, avg:0 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    ATI Radeon 9550 / X1050 Series (1002-4153)
    Catalyst 10.2 – 8.593.100-100210a-095952E-ATI (2-10-2010)
    clocks not available
    AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2500+
    1830 MHz/1535 MB
    Windows XP 32-bit build 2600 [Dodatek Service Pack 3]

  62. c[00]LsPoT!

    SCORE:4800 points (80 FPS, 60000 ms)
    Max GPU Temp: 80°C
    Resolution: 1280×720 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:80, max:81, avg:80 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    GeForce GTX 670/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1189)
    9.18.13.1422 (3-14-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    GPU core: 1280 MHz, memory: 3121 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz
    3402 MHz (real: 4402 MHz) / 16348 MB
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  63. Emilio

    BURN-IN SCORE: 4642 points
    46093 frames, 51 FPS, 76°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:50, max:65, avg:51 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series (1002-6798)
    GPU core: 1050 MHz, memory: 1425 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz
    system memory:8172 MB
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  64. babbott165

    Burn-in Score: 2306 points

    22704 frames, 25 FPS, 70’C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:4 samples
    FPS: min:23, avg:25 – OPTIONS: DynBkg

    System Info:
    Renderer: Geforce GTX 670/PCIe/SSEE2 (10DE-1189)
    Drivers: 9.18.13.2680 (8-18-2013)-GL:nvoglv64
    Clocks: GPU core: 1188 MHz, memory: 3004 MHz
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    CPU Speed: 3510MHz
    System Memory: 16330 MB
    OS: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601[Service Pack 1]

  65. Boy

    Nvidia geforce GTX 550 ti
    1280*1024 score was 976 with 16fps is it alright?

  66. bahamut

    ich sage nur

    ASUS P8Z77-VLK
    System Info:
    Renderer: Geforce x2 sli GTX670/PCIe/SSEE2 (10DE-1189)
    Treiber: 9.18.13.2680 (2013.08.18)-GL: nvoglv64
    Uhren: GPU: 1188 MHz, Speicher: 3004 MHz
    CPU: Intel (R ) Core (TM) i7-3770K 4x CPU@3.50GHz / 8x cpu virtuell mit cpu boost 3,9 ghz pro kern
    CPU-Geschwindigkeit: 3510MHz
    Arbeitsspeicher: 16330 MB ddr3
    OS: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]
    festplatte 1 x ssd samsung 130gb
    und 2x westerndigital 500gb und 32mb cache ….

  67. bahamut

    BURN-IN SCORE: 5842 points

    58156 frames, 64 FPS, 91°C

    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples

    FPS: min:65, max:66, avg:64 – OPTIONS: DynBkg

    GeForce GTX 670 x2 /PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1189)

    9.18.13.2049 (6-21-2013) – GL:nvoglv64

    GPU core: 953 MHz, memory: 3004 MHz

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz

    CPU Speed 3605 MHz

    system memory 16329 MB

    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  68. briag45

    19418 frames, 21 FPS, 79°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:22, max:23, avg:21 – OPTIONS: DynBkg

    XFX Radeon HD 6850 Double D
    AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series (1002-6739)
    Catalyst 13.9 – 13.152-130830a-162200C-ATI (8-30-2013)
    GPU core: 775 MHz, memory: 1000 MHz
    AMD Phenom(tm) II X3 740 Processor
    CPU: 3013 MHz
    RAM: DDR3 GSKILL Ripjaw 16383 MB
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  69. denim025

    67848 frames, 83 FPS, 79°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:81, max:87, avg:83 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    GeForce GTX 680/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1180)
    9.18.13.2723 (9-12-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    GPU core: 1241 MHz, memory: 3445 MHz
    AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor
    CPU: 4616 MHz
    RAM: 16383 MB
    Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]

  70. Peter

    SCORE:2827 points (47 FPS, 60000 ms)
    Max GPU Temp: 90°C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    FPS: min:47, max:49, avg:47 – OPTIONS: DynBkg
    GeForce GTX 560/PCIe/SSE2 (10DE-1201)
    9.18.13.1407 (2-9-2013) – GL:nvoglv64
    GPU core: 952 MHz, memory: 2257 MHz
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2700K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    3500 MHz 16289 MB
    Windows 8 64-bit build 9200

  71. jtandru

    wont submit scores. 2 different tests on 15 min burn. first was on saved profile 4 and cant remember if it was set to my current res of 1920×1080. second was using prof 5. just ran a 3rd with profile 5 to write the results down. using msi afterburner. profile 5 is my comfort level and pretty sure its pretty high setting (see below) as im a noob at using this kind of software.

    amd a4 5300 3.4, stock clock settings
    8gb mem installed (factory), will expand to the 32 at a later date
    galaxy geforce gt610 2gb

    results test 3:
    CC 998
    Shad 1996
    MC 602

    Temp at 50% 64c
    Temp at 100% 66c
    Fan Speed at 50% of test 74-76%
    Fan Speed at 100% of test 76-77%
    Frames 2250
    Score 264

    temps seem to be really good and runs WoW very smooth. saving for a better graphics card for sure but this seems to work well for what it is.

  72. jtandru

    should mention OS win8 64 bit
    amd a4 5300 3.4ghz cpu

    as stated the cpu is NOT overclocked and last reported running at 3.67

  73. Rogerthat1945

    Score 2192 for crossfire 2x$100 HD7770 cards.
    59Deg C.
    @ 2xAA
    @ 1920×1080
    Average 36fps.

    Hope that fits the bill until I can get a bigger better card for this new 27-inch Asus steroescopic 3D monitor.

  74. Rogerthat1945

    Second test 5-minutes or so later.

    Score 2231 for the crossfire 2x$100 HD7770 cards.
    63Deg C.
    No AA this time
    @ 1920×1080
    Average 38fps.

    AA doesnt do much slowing at x2.

  75. rogerthat1945

    My new build got 6081

    Everything set to max for the 15-minute burn.

    1080p Asus (3D) Monitor.

    I thinks its pretty good.

    Max temp 66 Deg C.

    Frames 67fps Average (66fps to 68fps)

    ANNO iChiLL HerculeZ GTX 780

    using a Z87 Sabertooth & i7 4770.

    Card standard o/clocking used.

    16Gb XPG 1866 Ram.

    Windows 8.1 vomit.

    Otherwise good for Battlefield 4.

  76. jon72

    What about the GTX 560?
    I have one and I have only 569 points so I want to compare with other scores

  77. shizon

    SCORE: 4376 points (72 FPS)

    November 24 2013, 2:19 pm

    Bench duration: 60 seconds
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    MSAA samples: 0
    Window mode: fullscreen

    Primary renderer: Gigabyte Windforce 3x OC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780
    Device ID: 0x10de – 0x1004
    GPU clock: 1019 MHz
    Memory clock: 3004 MHz
    Graphics drivers:
    GPU temperatures (start/end): 37°C / 65°C

    Number of GPUs: 1
    GPU0 – Vendor: 0x10de – Device: 0x1004 – Max GPU temp: 65 °C – Max GPU load: 99 %

    CPU: IntelR CoreTM i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    CPU speed: 3499 MHz
    Operating system: Windows 7 64-bit build 7600 No Service Pack

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