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A test version of GPU Caps Viewer is available with new online database for OpenGL and OpenCL info. Complete story and download are available HERE.

oZone3D.Net News / MadShaders 0.3.0 Released for Windows, OS X and Linux
« Last post by JeGX on February 11, 2014, 09:55:54 AM »

A new version od MadShaders is available with 10 new mind-blowing demos. Complete story and downloads HERE.

oZone3D.Net News / (GLSL) Simple Morph Target Animation
« Last post by JeGX on February 11, 2014, 09:53:15 AM »

Simple morph-target animation in GLSL with GLSL Hacker.
Complete story HERE.
oZone3D.Net News / (GLSL) Radial Blur Post Processing Filter
« Last post by JeGX on February 11, 2014, 09:50:40 AM »

A cool radial blur effect in GLSL, perfect for the webcam. The demo is based on GLSL Hacker. Complete story HERE.

oZone3D.Net News / (GLSL) Menger Sponge
« Last post by JeGX on February 11, 2014, 09:47:54 AM »

A GLSL Hacker demo showing the Menger sponge using raymarching technique. Complete story HERE.

oZone3D.Net News / GLSL Hacker v0.6.3.1 for Windows + Webcam Demo
« Last post by JeGX on February 11, 2014, 09:45:45 AM »

A demo that shows the use of the built-in webcam support of GLSL Hacker. The demo does vertex displacement mapping on the webcam video stream. Complete story HERE
GPU Tools - Benchmarking / temps stay low under furmark
« Last post by philbond07 on February 07, 2014, 09:23:14 AM »
Hi all,

Wile furmarking xtreme burnin/8xaa mode a gtx650ti, corei5 cpu, temps are not getting any higher than 45 degree celcius.
Framerate max 12fps. How come the card cannot be stressed further?

GPU Tools - Benchmarking / Over High Temperatures, should this have happened?
« Last post by Feren on February 05, 2014, 11:28:49 AM »
Hi.  My first post, hope I am not being rude asking for help straight up.

I ran the Burn-In Benchmark 1920x1080 15 min for the first time to see if my system was okay, but had to stop it after less than 5 minutes because my GPU was being reported at 101 degrees C, and still climbing.  When I stopped it, the GPU was at 99% load and the fan was at 100%.  (system specs below).
I let everything cool down and ran the Benchmark Preset 1080 test.  Even in that, my GPU got to 88 degrees C by the end of it, again still climbing.  Again, the CPU was at 99% and the fan at 100%.

I was worried if I let the test continue I would fry my GPU.   My system is not overclocked at all.

Is this normal or do I have a major problem I need to look at?

My system specs:
I7-4820 with normal "out of the box" fan cooling
AsRock X79 Extreme6 MB
2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866Mhz RAM
2 x ASUS Radeon HD 7870 CUII GPU in Crossfire
Thermaltake TR2 800W PSU
Fractal Design Define R4 case with 5 x 140mm fans (2 at front as intake, 2 at top as intake, 1 at rear as exhaust)
240Gb SSD (boot)
4 x 2Tb HDD (storage)
Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I am hoping someone can advise please.
GPU Tools - Benchmarking / Re: Something wrong with my video card?
« Last post by Cruser12 on January 07, 2014, 03:13:47 AM »
I looked it up it's not crappy by any means its just not made for gaming it's more for movies and HD video and stuff not really for gaming is this a desktop pc if so i would just upgrade to a video card and do a way with on-board graphics.
talked to PNY they said it will not hurt anything so i'm good.
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