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Cryengine Neon Noir Benchmark, Submit Your Scores !


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It does seem to base the defaults on hardware, I just ran my dell that the rig above replaced to see how it would compare and the default was 1366 x 7xx. Here's the results of my old comp,i7-2600 with a gtx970 all factory defaults. Edit:This was run in 1920 x 1080 and all settings high as they would go.non looped.6b64f54106ed.jpg

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It does seem to base the defaults on hardware, I just ran my dell that the rig above replaced to see how it would compare and the default was 1366 x 7xx. Here's the results of my old comp,i7-2600 with a gtx970 all factory defaults. Edit:This was run in 1920 x 1080 and all settings high as they would go.non looped.6b64f54106ed.jpg

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Interesting, I may have to look into this when my new Rig is built. You have a higher score that what my 2990WX and 2080Ti was able to achieve. I am wondering if SLI is enabled if it harms the benchmark. As standard if an application does not support SLI even though its enabled in Nvidia CP, it will simply ignore the second GPU and the score is unaffected...but maybe this bench is the exception ? Time will tell.

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Well this is somewhat odd. So I have a completely new build (Aside from OS as this was cloned) and I am still getting around 7300 on this benchmark lol. I have fully reset the Nvidia driver to defaults. I may consider disabling G-sync just to see if it is that. Other benchmarks seems to be coming out ok though.

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This benchmark sure is pretty.

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Not bad dude ! Does that Vega56 get nice and toasty by any chance ?

 

Oh and by the way just as a hint, you can re-order your components in rig creator using drop and drag :) Unless you want CPU at the end..in that case ignore me haha.

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My Vega 56 isn't too bad but it's a non-reference and this is the one in my HAF XB which is a horizontal motherboard set-up.

 

My Vega 64 reference card in my HTPC/gaming pc get's pretty hot if I push it hard though. I'm amazed by the sheer amount of hot air that thing can exhaust even when light/moderate gaming.

 

I noticed my rig got out of order but I loaded that up with my phone while I was waiting around to pick up my kids. I might fix it later lol.

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My Vega 56 isn't too bad but it's a non-reference and this is the one in my HAF XB which is a horizontal motherboard set-up.

 

My Vega 64 reference card in my HTPC/gaming pc get's pretty hot if I push it hard though. I'm amazed by the sheer amount of hot air that thing can exhaust even when light/moderate gaming.

 

I noticed my rig got out of order but I loaded that up with my phone while I was waiting around to pick up my kids. I might fix it later lol.

 

It being non reference I would imagine is a large help. The last time I had a GPU which was as hot as a halogen heater was my Fermi cards, I think it was the GTX 470...Had two of those in SLI, Playing games was face melting lol. As for the rig, oh right lol that is fair enough. As it happens we are going to improve the layout on mobile for rig creator as it is not very optimal.

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What I found interesting about this Vega 56 is that it has a separate flat heat pipe on the back of the card under the back plate. I've never seen anything like that before. I'm guessing it forces the back plate to act as a functional heat sink instead of just decoration. Overall I'm very happy with it.

 

 

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What I found interesting about this Vega 56 is that it has a separate flat heat pipe on the back of the card under the back plate. I've never seen anything like that before. I'm guessing it forces the back plate to act as a functional heat sink instead of just decoration. Overall I'm very happy with it.

 

 

I have seen a few cards with backplates that make contact with the rear PCB at key areas via thermal pads, but never by a heat pipe. I think all GPU's with backplates should make meaningful contact with the PCB to aid cooling...it is only logical.

 

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It's time to get this thread organized for real. I'm making editable spread sheets to log your scores, and I'll link it to other forums as well (with hopes to draw traffic here). If you are good with spread sheets, please feel free to modify. Please put them into the OP.

 

Here are the links:

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zD_60MqxNp3xy-9Lho5N_uds_8-nUhyH4CV2NRwf0Kk/edit?usp=sharing

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dgi4dk6eThDUOgj1G2XeJg5akZJjR2j2r8s7INh-Qgg/edit?usp=sharing

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tUObOTfbsgKO0BrdT4Bs5OXZAUfdd2oDEjMv3ygac7c/edit?usp=sharing

 

Run the benchmark at 1080/1440/2160. Screen shot your CPU-Z tabs, your GPU-Z, and your score. Fill in your own score on the spread sheet (anyone with link can modify).

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I'm still learning how to tune this Vega 56. It looks like by reducing HBM speed some and by undervolting and raising the power state core clocks in the driver, I am not only running cooler but at much higher sustained boost. Nearly sustained at 1800MHz so far. About to see if it is stable in the 1440p and 2160p benches at these clocks. Been benching with CPU at stock too so I might load up my OC profile on that too.

 

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I'm still learning how to tune this Vega 56. It looks like by reducing HBM speed some and by undervolting and raising the power state core clocks in the driver, I am not only running cooler but at much higher sustained boost. Nearly sustained at 1800MHz so far. About to see if it is stable in the 1440p and 2160p benches at these clocks. Been benching with CPU at stock too so I might load up my OC profile on that too.

 

I still need to tweak some weird setting in order to get a proper score for Noir with my sig system as it is still too low for what it is. Currently around 7300+ points. I will also be benching tomorrow to add to our new HWBOT TEAM, Feel free to do the same if you want.

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I still need to tweak some weird setting in order to get a proper score for Noir with my sig system as it is still too low for what it is. Currently around 7300+ points. I will also be benching tomorrow to add to our new HWBOT TEAM, Feel free to do the same if you want.

 

make sure you are running the latest engine (5.6.5) in cryengine then run the test.When I first downloaded it it had an older engine and offered the new 1 right after the install. It might make a difference. 59ed8b75fc15.jpg

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make sure you are running the latest engine (5.6.5) in cryengine then run the test.When I first downloaded it it had an older engine and offered the new 1 right after the install. It might make a difference. 59ed8b75fc15.jpg

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Hmm that is a very fair point, I will check on that before benching again in a little bit

 

On a separate note, Superposition benchmark is able to put a fair load on a gpu card if you want to see what kinda reults you can get. it ran my 2070@ 99% during the test.onwAAACH5BAEKAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw==
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Yeah Superposition is another good one, I will give that a go and report back with what I got.

 

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I ran a quick one using RhreadRipper and stock card, so I am guessing the score sucks... We need more runs to compare to :D

 

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What resolution did you achieve that score ? Just trying to see how you got that lol.

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