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Exclusive: Unigine Heaven 2.0 on NVidia GTX480

by on March 26, 2010

One of VizWorld’s undercover agents at PAXEAST snapped a quick & dirty pic of the Unigine Heaven 2.0 benchmark running on the new NVidia GeForce GTX480, based on Fermi.

It’s a bit difficult to read, but the cliff-notes version:

  • FPS: 36.0
  • Scores: 908
  • Min FPS: 19
  • Max FPS: 85.4
  • Render: Direct3d11, 1920×1080 4xAA Fullscreen
  • Trilinear Filter, 16x Anisotropy
  • Tessellation: extreme

The card, according to the benchmark, is the NVidia GeForce GTX480, with 1536Mb of RAM.

For comparison, some benchmark results from around the net:

  • ATI Radeon HD5700 – 24.2 fps, 1680×1050 with no AA
  • ATI Radeon HD5800 – 32.2 fps, 1920×1080 with 2xAA
  • ATI Radeon HD5800 – 48 fps, 2560×1600 with no AA

So, fairly impressive, given that most of the other demos are at lower AA settings or lower Anisotropy settings. Our agent is still roaming the floor, and as he sends in more pics, I’ll post them here.