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Odd results comparison between Novabench Cinebench and Engine Heaven results for GTX970 running in Mac Pro 2012 (2010 model) 6-core @ 3.06 GHz (Xeon 5775) with 24 GB Ram on 1080p. Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4 on Ultra and Extreme @ 1080p is scoring 1506 (around an i7 mark) FPS is 59.8 min 9.7 max 142.9 Novabench is scoring GPU a miserable 194-198 on the 7th percentile. Cinebench is also not so good at OpenGL scoring behind my old Radeon 7950 - I put this down to the OpenGL test. What is happening in Novabench AND between Novabench and Unigine Heaven results? In real work my 27" 2011 iMac (radeon HD 6770m) encodes a video in 24 minutes while this machine with the 970 does the same video in 9 minutes while I am on a 1440p monitor - so real time is pretty good. Nvidia driver is up-to-date and Cuda is same. What is Novabench telling me? Any suggestions? 1080p.nbr Unigine Heaven 1080p.html
Nathan, I am very happy with my scores except my gtx 970 scores low in comparison with their average whichy is in the 900 range... I was able to increased the 3d score somewhat from 639 to 658 by using Zotac Firestorm small and safe overclock... Why are my gtx 970 scoring low? it is not just with Novabench, passmark scores are also low way under the averages. Thank you. Verified Novabench Score: 1901 Test run on August 12, 2016 at 23:43 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Intel Core i7 980 3.33GHz running at 3334 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU 24568 MB System RAM (Score: 242) - RAM Speed: 8078 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 947) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 312362580 - Integer Operations/Second: 1176806604 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1111882 Graphics Tests (Score: 658) - 3D Frames Per Second: 1766 Hardware Tests (Score: 54) - Primary Partition Capacity: 582 GB - Drive Write Speed: 166 MB/s