3DMARK11 Test Index
- 1 – 3DMARK11 Entry mode (1024×600)
- 2 – 3DMARK11 Performance mode (1280×720)
- 3 – 3DMARK11 Extreme mode (1920×1080)
3DMARK11, the new version of Futuremark’s popular DirectX benchmark for gamers is available now (more details and download links here: 3DMARK11: New Gamer’s Benchmark for DirectX 11 is There).
Here are the scores for each of the 3 presets (Entry, Performance and Extreme) for the following DX11 cards:
– AMD Radeon HD 5770
– AMD Radeon HD 5870
– AMD Radeon HD 6870
– NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
– NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480
– NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580
All cards have been tested with their factory settings (no manual overclocking).
– CPU: Core i7 960 @ 3.2GHz
– RAM: 4GB DDR3 Corsair Dominator
– Motherboard: GIGABYTE X58-A UD5
– Windows 7 64-bit
– Graphics drivers: R263.09, Catalyst 10.10c
– PSU: Corsair AX1200
Hi-resolution pictures of the different tests are available here: 3DMARK11: Tests Gallery – (15 pictures total)
1 – 3DMARK11 Entry mode (1024×600)
Entry preset (E): puts a low level of load on the graphics hardware. The benchmark runs at 1024×600. Scores are prefixed with E like E8463
|E8463 – EVGA GeForce GTX 580 SC
|E7598 – EVGA GeForce GTX 480
|E7137 – MSI R5770 Hawk 2-way CrossFire
|E6285 – ATI Radeon HD 5870
|E6206 – SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6870
|E5270 – MSI N460GTX Cyclone 768D5 OC
|E4166 – ATI Radeon HD 5770
Did you notice the score for the CrossFire of HD 5770? Thumb up for AMD!
And of course the faster single GPU graphics card is the GTX 580.
Remark1: I didn’t manage to get the SLI running. I manually changed SLI rendering modes but nothing to do, sngle GPU and dual-GPU scores are the same….
3DMARK11 Test Index
26 thoughts on “(Tested) 3DMARK11 DX11 Battle: GTX 580 vs GTX 480 vs HD 6870 vs HD 5870 vs GTX 460 vs HD 5770”
Yes two 5770 are about half the price of 480 and about 10% slower and saves 40W i guess.
P6317 Was My Score With A ATI 5970 – Not Overclocked And Intel i7 930 CPU – Not Overclocked. I Know Its A Dual Gpu Card, But im Pleased With The Score, Has There Is Loads Of Headroom For Beating That Score, Anyway i Like The Benchmark
Q8200(@2.5ghz) + GTX470(@800/1600/2000)
my results with XFX HD5770 GPU 930MHZ Memory 1350MHZ with Catalyst 10.10e von modded
First impressions from the benchmark are good. I bought it.
I like the fact that they stick to standard 16:9 resolutions, ie 1270X720 and 1920X1080 and not those “strange” 16:10 ones.
Handy tool, easily configurable and gives 100% gpu load on both my 5850s even with the cpu, a core i7 860 at stock clocks.
The problem is that I am having problems with my ATI system on the physics part. The benchmark just stays there. I hear that many people are experience this problem. My GTX 460 system run it fine though.
Hey Jego, were your ATI systems fine throughout?
Oh, btw, my Q9550+460@850 scored P3845
It’s a real pity I cannot evaluate my 5850 crossfire rig. It seemd to run like 2-2.5X faster than the single 460 rig, with the cards at 1Ghz!
Also, the physics benchmark did run, just once though, and from what I saw, the Core i7 860 was like 50% faster than the Q9550, both at 4.0Ghz, but let be get back to that, once the benchmark gets fixed, or new drivers get released, resolving the physics issue.
i had a few issues on the physics part aswell, first few runs they crashed..
i found the problem is that the window looses focus (due to that annoying ‘do you want to disable aero’ popup) when the cpu gets fully loaded
2x PALIT GTX 460 1gb SLI
3dMark11 SCORE: P6656
GraphicsTest1: 30.753293991088867 FPS
GraphicsTest2: 29.933479309082031 FPS
GraphicsTest3: 40.46759033203125 FPS
GraphicsTest4: 20.953060150146484 FPS
PhysicsTest: 28.0898857 FPS
CombinedTest: 22.7228203 FPS
This test was with only 1 460 GTX: http://3dmark.com/3dm11/67548
The one in the previous message was with both 460 in SLI.
With Core i5-661@3,3GHz & Radeon 5970 (CF enabled):
3DMark Score P5139
Graphics score 6663
Physics Score 3162
Combined Score 2893
GraphicsTest1 37.57 FPS
GraphicsTest2 34.44 FPS
GraphicsTest3 40.7 FPS
GraphicsTest4 17.29 FPS
PhysicsTest 10.04 FPS
CombinedTest 13.46 FPS
Looks like CPU is the bottleneck here…
A temporary work around for the physics tests hanging is to untick ‘scan systeminfo’ in the help tab of the 3D Mark 11. Tested it myself and it works.
You cannot post your results online but oh well.
Q9550@4.0 Ghz + GTX 460@850Mhz
P 3845, Graphics 3686, Physics 5437
Core i7 firstname.lastname@example.org Ghz + 5850 @1Ghz
P 4606, Graphics 4239, Physics 8669
Core i7 email@example.com Ghz + 5850 @1Ghz crossfire
P 8192 (<-that's a nice round number lol), Graphics 8308, Physics 8462
It seems the Core i7 kicks ass, as it scored around 60% more.
Also the crossfire 5850 system gave 96% scaling in the graphics score, which is just crazy!
Futuremark can sure do their AFR!
X2458 With XFX5970 (not overclocked)
and Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.80ghz (not overclocked)
im well pleased with this score, Has i know that the 5970 is a underclocked graphics card and its easy to put the cpu @ 4.0ghz. my motherboard Asus Gene 2. Im So Glad i got this card and when the prices drop, due to new graphic cards that get released, i will get another and crossfire the beast, just hope my tagan 900w psu can handel it…lol
Dude, you don’t use more than 2 gpus on any reasonable system, unless you want to be the King of diminishing returns!
HANDS ON Catalyst 8.80 EDG works fine on XFX HD5770 214 extensions. see it guys
with catalyst EDG 8.80 XFX HD5770 desktop
P2721 214 extensions
see it guys
–scores with XFX5970 (NO OVERCLOCK) + INTEL CORE I7 930 @ 2.80GHZ 4GB DDR3 1333 REAPER AND ASUS GENE 2
P433 with CEDAR
A square deal 😛
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2 x GTX480 SLI (265.90) I7 930 @ 4.2 GHZ Mem Corsair Dominator GT @ 2000 Mhz
AMD X4 965 @ 3.8Ghz
2 x HIS 5770 in xfire
I beat those MSI Hawks CF 5770’s 😉
Ofcourse overclocked to my CF 5770 930/1300
Check it out amd phenom 2 x4 965 black
with xfx 5770.
ccc 10.2 3dmark11 score: p2821
ccc 10.12 3dmark11 score: p2809
Wow my 5970 with standard clocks beats a superclocked 580 GTX on a low resolution bench. Nice!
P6459 with non-overclocked i7 930 CPU and 5970.
Hi every one
I don’t know why but these are the corresponding amazing scores I can get with 2 HD 5770’s 1GB in crossfire configuration:
my full system configuration:
CPU: Intel Core i5 760 2.80 Stock
MoBo: MSI P55-GD80 (2*8x PCIE)
Sapphire HD 5770 *2 CrossfireX
4GB XMS3 Corsair DDR3 1600 of RAM
HDD: 1Tb Hitachi
PSU: Memonex EX 600W, low noise series
These results are even better than MSI hawk 5770’s have been tested in this topic while I’ve not overclocked anything!!.these results are far better than HD 5870 and really close to GTX480 I think. This configuration is very better than what I was hoping for! Thumps up AMD!!! But I’ve heard from a friend of mine that 3DMark 11 is more optimally designed for AMD cards than NVIDIA ones!!
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