VRMARK GPU Performance Review

VRMARK - Blue Room Test

VRMARK GPU Performance Review

VRMARK - Blue Room Test

The VRMARK Blue test is designed to simulate a higher end VR experience with higher levels of graphical fidelity, presenting lower framerates and larger differences in score than the Orange Room test.   

We can see in the graph below that there is a much larger difference between the scores of higher end GPUs like the GTX 1070 and 1080, suggesting that this is a much more GPU limited test than the Orange Room test.   

Here we can see that again Nvidia GPUs typically outperform their AMD counterparts, though at by much lower margin than in the Orange Room test. Overall we see the same performance trend as the Orange Room VR test, but a much larger differentiation between high-end GPUs, making this test much more useful when it comes to GPU VS GPU testing scenarios.  

 

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03-11-2016, 16:20:08

Greenback
I got a score of 6475 in he orange room, seems my pc is VR readyQuote

03-11-2016, 20:44:21

NeverBackDown
I care less about the scores rather than I care more about consistency and accuracy.

You notice anything weird using this? Like running the same PC multiple times and getting sporadic results? Or are they very close together and have a small range? Or even do the scores keep getting higher and higher if you run the test over and over? Just wondering here. Validating these results of any new benching suite is always the most important thing to do before running any test worth publishing imo.Quote

04-11-2016, 10:23:21

RickPlaysWarr
Great job Mark!

Very interested in testing this on my 2xMSI GTX 1070 Gaming X setup. I hope that the SLI configuration scales. I hope to be able to test it using one card and then the SLI setup. Question: Since both of the cards are hard piped into my WC loop, can I just disable "Optimize 3D" setting in the NVidia control panel. Or is the better way to do it to remove the SLI bridge? Taking one of the two cards out of the system is not going to happen

--Rick--Quote

04-11-2016, 10:34:01

Wraith
Quote:
Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
Great job Mark!

Very interested in testing this on my 2xMSI GTX 1070 Gaming X setup. I hope that the SLI configuration scales. I hope to be able to test it using one card and then the SLI setup. Question: Since both of the cards are hard piped into my WC loop, can I just disable "Optimize 3D" setting in the NVidia control panel. Or is the better way to do it to remove the SLI bridge? Taking one of the two cards out of the system is not going to happen

--Rick--
Just disable the Optimise 3D (Sli) in NCP and you should be golden.Quote

04-11-2016, 10:53:31

Kaapstad
Quote:
Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
Great job Mark!

Very interested in testing this on my 2xMSI GTX 1070 Gaming X setup. I hope that the SLI configuration scales. I hope to be able to test it using one card and then the SLI setup. Question: Since both of the cards are hard piped into my WC loop, can I just disable "Optimize 3D" setting in the NVidia control panel. Or is the better way to do it to remove the SLI bridge? Taking one of the two cards out of the system is not going to happen

--Rick--
SLI support is very poor on this, 2 cards only scores a few points more than a single card.

Also some of the results obtained are a bit odd.

In the orange room my GTX 1080 is faster than 99% of systems

In the blue room my Pascal Titan is only faster than 87% of systems lol.

I think Futuremark have a few bugs to sort out with this new bench.

Always said them Titans were only good for paperweights.Quote
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