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Hello Friends. I am in a bit of dilemma, and this question comes purely out of curiosity. I was running Furmark 1.9 (Standard 720P bench) on some of my Machines to get a idea about their Performance. Guess what, 8570m Scored 303, Onboard 6520G scored 400! To give you an idea, here are the specs of machines- HP G002AX AMD A8 6410 @ 2Ghz, Turbo 2.4 (Beema) (Onbiard R5 Gfx disabled) Dedicated 8570m, 384 GCN shaders, 650mhz core, 900mhz memory 4GB Ram 1TB HDD Furmark 1.9- 303. Acer 5560 AMD A6-3420m @ 1.5 ghz. LLano Onboard 6520g, 320 VLIW shaders, 400mhz core. No dedicated mem, 666mhz system ram, 8GB Ram 1TB HDD Furmark 1.9- 400. As you can see, the 8570 appears to have a clear advantage, mathematically. The CPU, GPU shaders, Clock speeds, everything!. Of course, both Machines were plugged in, Power profile set to HIGH PERFORMANCE and ATI power play to MAXIMIZE PERFORMANCE. Please guide regarding the anomaly.
Unigine Benchmark Thread Download Unigine Heaven and Valley HERE. Instructions: API: DirectX11 Quality: High Tesselation: Normal (Heaven only) Anti-aliasing: x8 Fullscreen: Yes Resolution should be 1280x720 or 1920x1080 Screenshot of the options: HERE When the program is done it will ask you to save the results. Open the results and upload a screenshot of your score, preferably with CPUz and GPUz as well. Post the score in a comment in this thread. Someone will then add your score into the appropriate document. We're going to do things a bit differently this time, scores wont be tallied in this post, instead they will be kept track of in one of these Documents: Unigine Heaven 4.0 Unigine Valley