Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Xenotone, Jul 16, 2010.
1287 with a 980x at 4.42Ghz
running 12 threads of course
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very good times sir!
I did not realize you could change the thread opti on this(doh)
2187 w/8 threads.
2054 with a 1090T @ 4.04 and 3.03 nb
6100 here boo hooo my poor dual core.
...got 2863ms (no o\c)
overclocked to 3220 mhz gives me score of 2611(almost same as a stock 1090T)
CUDA particle accelerated - http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?p=3688812#post3688812
CPU - core i7 980x stock ("particle bench") vs my GPU - GF9800GT (CUDA particles new)
17xx ms (~60fps) vs 80 fps!! - 2M particles
my 9800gt is faster than i7 980x!!
Athlon II X4 635 @ 3.57 GHz
I need myself a Phenom II X6. I use After Effects a lot, the switch from Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2 GHz a while ago made a big difference. Wonder how it'll be with the 4 -> 6 core change? Will I notice like 1.35x faster performance?
yes, my new cpu amd x6 1055t stock got 2950ms (DDR2@800MHz).
my new gtx480 (260.99wqhl) got min 215fps* on same number.
* - you may NOT click nor drag by mouse on DEFAULT resolution windowed.
How do I start the benchmark?
I press N, but nothing happens.
I also don't see "...press 'n'...".
but old version of particle benchmark -> http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=307987&highlight=particle.
Alright, perhaps I am not asking the proper question.
To get a score, as others have and posted in this thread, what exactly do I do with the particle-bench application. Be as specific as possible, please.
run the bat file with number of cores and threads equal to yours...
this is for the older version i guess :bang:
in the new one i can see only FPS and max speed
Well, I suppose that explains why I cannot get a benchmark score with the 0.5 version.
Yet, I am curious as to how my rig compares to some of the others previously posted. However, I cannot find the old version where benchmarks were possible.
I get 3044 with version 0.3, 2052 with 8-thread .bat (thanks adren022).