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Thursday, 17 May 2007 14:22

8800 Ultra SLI and 66,440 in 3Dmark03 - 2. 3DMarks 03, 05 and 06

Written by Sanjin Rados
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First look: SLI priced as mainstream computer



Testing:

Composite Figures 3Dmark 03

3DMark 03

Game2

Game3

Game4

NVIDIA 8800GTX reference 575/1800 MHz XP

39904

350.9

258.7

227.4

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked     XP

45158

407.0

295.0

259.9

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked Vista

43887

394.0

289.7

257.4

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz    XP

63860

605.7

427.7

388.9

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz Vista

61243

571.3

420.3

378.8

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz    XP

66440

626.0

445.1

415.6

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz Vista

62321

587.6

431.9

391.1

 

 

 

 

 

Composite Figures 3Dmark 03

Single Texturinng

Multi Textur.

Vertex Shader

Pixel Shader 2.0

NVIDIA 8800GTX reference 575/1800 MHz XP

6855.4

17652.4

127.7

643.9

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked     XP

7826.6

20152.8

148.0

750.1

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked Vista

7795.6

19946.4

144.0

718.9

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz    XP

14374.0

36609.0

210.4

1228.0

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz Vista

13962.8

34039.3

211.5

1118.2

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz    XP

15208.7

38712.4

215.9

1232.5

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz Vista

14752.7

35818.7

213.5

1143.4

 

 

 

 

 


This is the first time we've seen 66,440 in this test, which is an absolute record for us. We didn't overclock the CPU, but we will try it, as we want to break 70.000 3Dmarks. It's just never enough. Overclocked SLI is about 60 per cent faster then with a single card, while under Vista you end up about 4,000 marks short on the same system. Vista drivers could do with some more tweaking.

Game 4 now goes over the magic 400 FPS limit and it's the first time we've seen it, about four years ago, it barely did 24 FPS's.
Single and multi texturing doubles with this SLI.

Composite Figures 3Dmark 05

3DMark 05

Game1

Game2

Game3

NVIDIA 8800GTX reference 575/1800 MHz XP

17147

63.7

49.7

102.0

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked XP

17940

63.9

50.0

115.8

EVGA 8800Ultra 655/2250 MHz Superclocked Vista

17285

63.1

47.6

110.1

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz XP

19060

63.3

49.6

140.9

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz XP

19907

63.3

49.6

142.0

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 612/2160MHz Vista

18335

62.6

46.7

135.1

SLI 8800Ultra EVGA+ Gainward 655/2250MHz Vista

18324

62.5

46.3

136.0

 

 

 

 

 

Composite Figures 3Dmark 05

Single Texturinng

Multi Textur.

Pixel Shader

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