NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 Benchmark

Overview

Specifications

  • Graphics Processor: GPU Name: GK104 | GPU Variant: GK104-355-A2 | Process Size: 28 nm | Transistors: 3,540 million | Die Size: 294 mm²
  • Graphics Card: Released: May 3rd, 2012 | Production Status: Active | Launch Price: 999 USD | Bus Interface: PCIe 3.0 x16
  • Clock Speeds: GPU Clock: 915 MHz | Boost Clock: 1019 MHz | Memory Clock: 1502 MHz | 6008 MHz effective
  • Memory: Memory Size: 2048 MB x2 | Memory Type: GDDR5 | Memory Bus: 256 bit x2 | Bandwidth: 192.3 GB/s x2
  • Render Config: Shading Units: 1536 x2 | TMUs: 128 x2 | ROPs: 32 x2 | SMX Count: 8 x2 | Pixel Rate: 29.28 GPixel/s x2 | Texture Rate: 117.1 GTexel/s x2 | Floating-point performance: 2,810.9 GFLOPS x2
  • Board Design: Slot Width: Dual-slot | Length: 11 inches (279 mm) | TDP: 300 W | Outputs: 3x DVI, 1x mini-DisplayPort | Power Connectors: 2x 8-pin | Board Number: P2000
  • Graphics Features: DirectX: 11.2 | OpenGL: 4.5 | OpenCL: 1.2 | Shader Model: 5.0

Test Setup

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K @ 4.7 GHz (Ivy Bridge, 8192 KB Cache)
  • Motherboard: ASUS Maximus V Gene Intel Z77
  • Memory: 2x 4096 MB Corsair Vengeance PC3-12800 DDR3 @ 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24
  • Harddisk: WD Caviar Blue WD5000AAKS 500 GB
  • Power Supply: Antec HCP-1200 1200W
  • Software: Windows 7 64-bit Service Pack 1
  • Drivers: NVIDIA: 296.10 | GTX 690: 301.33
  • Display: LG Flatron W3000H 30″ 2560×1600 | 3x Hanns.G HL225DBB 21.5″ 1920×1080

Game Benchmark

Each game is tested at the following settings and resolutions:

  • 1680×1050, 4x Anti-aliasing. Small flatscreens and laptops @ 17″ – 19″.
  • 1920×1200, 4x Anti-aliasing. Common resolution for monitors @ 22″ – 26″.
  • 2560×1600, 4x Anti-aliasing. Highest resolution for monitors @ 27″ – 32″.
  • 5760×1080, No Anti-aliasing. Typical high-end gaming multi-monitor resolution.
Game 1680×1050 1920×1200 2560×1600 5760×1080
Alan Wake 157.9 FPS 137.4 FPS 84.7 FPS 57.2 FPS
Aliens vs Predator 120.3 FPS 97.4.9 FPS 60.1 FPS 50.0 FPS
Batman: Arkham Origins 145.7 FPS 137.0 FPS 95.6 FPS 62.4 FPS
Battle Field 3 159.5 FPS 131.2 FPS 80.7 FPS 54.7 FPS
BattleForge 250.8 FPS 224.8 FPS 162.3 FPS 115.0 FPS
Call of Duty 4 362.7 FPS 331.8 FPS 250.7 FPS 157.3 FPS
Civilization V 99.3 FPS 100.2 FPS 99.5 FPS N/A FPS
Crysis 80.7 FPS 78.5 FPS 58.2 FPS 34.8 FPS
Crysis 2 91.2 FPS 91.7 FPS 68.6 FPS 46.6 FPS
DiRT 3 308.1 FPS 303.1 FPS 253.1 FPS 174.7 FPS
Dragon Age II 150.0 FPS 122.1 FPS 83.3 FPS 68.2 FPS
Hard Reset 126.5 FPS 128.3 FPS 95.2 FPS N/A FPS
Metro 2033 62.9 FPS 49.8 FPS 38.6 FPS 28.3 FPS
STALKER: Call of Pripyat 204.8 FPS 176.0 FPS 113.0 FPS 71.4 FPS
Starcraft II 114.5 FPS 111.9 FPS 112.4 FPS N/A FPS
Total War: Shogun 2 139.8 FPS 113.0 FPS 67.9 FPS 40.9 FPS
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim 82.8 FPS 82.5 FPS 81.6 FPS 56.7 FPS
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm 245.5 FPS 232.9 FPS 181.7 FPS 90.3 FPS

Power Consumption

Tests Card Power Consumption
Idle 22W
Multi-Monitor 36W
Blu-ray 39W
Average 229W
Peak 274W
Maximum 334W

Fan Noise

Tests Fan Noise
Idle 27dbA
Load 42dbA

Retail Graphic Cards

Name GPU Clock Memory Clock
ASUS GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
ASUS ROG MARS III
4096 MB, 12.4 inches
915 MHz 1502 MHz
EVGA GTX 680 2Win Gemini
Quad-slot
915 MHz 1502 MHz
EVGA GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
EVGA GTX 690 Hydro Copper
Boost Clock: 1046 MHz
993 MHz 1502 MHz
EVGA GTX 690 Hydro Copper Signature
Boost Clock: 1046 MHz
993 MHz 1502 MHz
EVGA GTX 690 Signature 915 MHz 1502 MHz
GIGABYTE GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
Gainward GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
Galaxy GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
MSI GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
Palit GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz
ZOTAC GTX 690 915 MHz 1502 MHz

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