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    So, for those who are using after effects and cinema 4d, an ATI 79xx would be a better option than GTX 6xx?

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    Cool, it makes sense. I hope we can get a GPU and CPU load monitor soon some some one.

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    Thanks for the info.

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    The Luxmark benchmark tool is optimized for ATI/AMD GPUs, If you would like to try a OpenCL Benchmark tool thats optimized for NVidia card check out Oceanwave Bandwidth Bench 1.6.1

    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/top...07-march-2013/

    You will never get an accurate score with Luxmark 2.0 with an NVidia card.

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    Article: OS X 10.8.3 and NVIDIA 6xx OpenCL Benchmarks


    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    The Luxmark benchmark tool is optimized for ATI/AMD GPUs, If you would like to try a OpenCL Benchmark tool thats optimized for NVidia card check out Oceanwave Bandwidth Bench 1.6.1

    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/top...07-march-2013/

    You will never get an accurate score with Luxmark 2.0 with an NVidia card.
    Unigine also has a great collection of benchmarks http://unigine.com/products/benchmarks/ . I've used Heaven in the past and will be trying Valley soon.

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    Article: OS X 10.8.3 and NVIDIA 6xx OpenCL Benchmarks


    Quote Originally Posted by MacMan View Post
    Unigine also has a great collection of benchmarks http://unigine.com/products/benchmarks/ . I've used Heaven in the past and will be trying Valley soon.
    Yes Unigine makes great tools also, but I think it uses OpenGL not CL? My EVGA GTX 670 SuperClocked 4GB card runs Valley nicely. You can checkout the new Adaptive Vsync "ADV" feature in the new 10.8.3 NVidia drivers when using Valley (I don't know about Heaven).

    More info can be read here about AVS:

    http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/art...ivers-released

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    Article: OS X 10.8.3 and NVIDIA 6xx OpenCL Benchmarks


    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    Yes Unigine makes great tools also, but I think it uses OpenGL not CL? My EVGA GTX 670 SuperClocked 4GB card runs Valley nicely. You can checkout the new Adaptive Vsync "ADV" feature in the new 10.8.3 NVidia drivers when using Valley (I don't know about Heaven).

    More info can be read here about AVS:

    http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/art...ivers-released
    You are right it's OpenGL not OpenCL. My bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacMan View Post
    You are right it's OpenGL not OpenCL. My bad.
    Regardless it's still a good tool to test out our Hacks graphics performance.

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    In FCPX I have seen an 80% increase in rendering speed using a GTX650, and real time playback has improved

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    Article: OS X 10.8.3 and NVIDIA 6xx OpenCL Benchmarks


    OK here again my score, this time with "OpenCL_OceanWave_Bandwidth_V161" instead of Luxmark.




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