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Particle Benchmark

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by noitcnuf, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. noitcnuf

    noitcnuf Member

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    Particle Benchmark (New -Animation- Version, +HD Video)

    Particle Benchmark: Multimedia process power benchmark software for multi core and multi cpu systems. (readme.txt for detail)

    Actual cpu specifications;
    http://processorfinder.intel.com/Default.aspx
    http://products.amd.com/en-us/DesktopCPUResult.aspx

    Particle Benchmark http://www.yazilim.com.tr/particle-bench.zip Download link 400kb


    Particle Animation Version http://www.yazilim.com.tr/particle.zip Download link 400kb


    Video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evHd2TrM6wE Youtube
    http://www.yazilim.com.tr/particle-bench.avi Hd Video link 96 MB

    v0.3 - 06.11.2009
    Command line parameter support
    Full load core engine(benchmark run in timecritical mode) (Therefore new scores may be a little high)
    Adjustable thread count
    Adjustable benchmark repeat
    Minor bugfixes

    Command line parameters:
    -n Starts in benchmark mode
    -c x Benchmark repeat count, default x = 1
    -p x Thread count, default x = 4
    -t x Custom demo text, default x = function
    -d x Particle density factor(for demo), default x = 5
    -a x Anialiased pixels on/off, 1 = on, 0 = off, default on
    -b x Benchmarking M particle count, default 1, (changes are not recommended)

    Please share your results..

    Screenshots
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    Neset Ozeren

    (I have been working for software companies which produces image processing based softwares for 10 years.)
     
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  2. noitcnuf

    noitcnuf Member

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    Some results

    (Press N key for start benchmark, after 20-40 second, result appear in yellow text)

    Some results;
    [​IMG]
     
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  3. UnrealGaming

    UnrealGaming Ancient Guru

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    Nice benchmark :)

    Here is my result:

    Benchmark time (ms)
    2974 : Core 2 Quad 3.6 Ghz (Q9550), Windows 7 64bit

    BTW, how do I know if its working in 64, 48 or 32 bit ?
     
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  4. ndude555

    ndude555 Member Guru

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  5. noitcnuf

    noitcnuf Member

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    Thanks for testing.

    It uses all types of combined in benchmark and demo modes.
    Also uses mmx, sse extensions for rendering.:infinity:
     
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  6. ricardonuno1980

    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    the cpu is too slow but this your program will have physx support because the gpu physx running via-CUDA (geforce 8 series or better) is much faster than cpu. :)
    may you contact about this your program to nvidia? but the gpu physx is very important! ;)
     
  7. Razorvashka

    Razorvashka Member

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  8. ricardonuno1980

    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    you do NOT need any videocard!!!!! because this program doesn't support any videocard accelerator and is used by CPU ONLY!!. loooool
    this screenshot - cpu c2d e6600 - 44 per cent, seconds, msec or other????? what?????? :confused:
     
  9. ricardonuno1980

    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    the program "particle benchmark" is NOOT equal to "valve: source - particle benchmark"!!! :confused: :confused:
     
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  10. noitcnuf

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    Yes, it uses only multi core cpus. It simulates how cpu handle particle physics.
     

  11. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    hmm, heres mine...

    hard to get a screenshot when cpu is under FULL load^^ lol

    [​IMG]

    its an e8400 @ 3.5 ghz - win 7 pro 64bit

    is it good?

    greetz Beta
     
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  12. noitcnuf

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    Chart

    Benchmark chart graphic added.
     
  13. ricardonuno1980

    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    c2d e6600 is NOT my but is in SCREENSHOT. this his cpu got score 44 (maybe score = fps) in "valve: source particle".
     
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    BetA Ancient Guru

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    :( where am i on this chart ....?

    ;) damn...

    greetz Beta^^

    anyway, nice bench you made there my friend^^
     
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    Your score added.:)
     

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    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    score = fps - no, score only but score 44 is average between 7 and 8 fps. I got same score in win7 x64 and also in xp-sp3. :)
     
  17. TheHunter

    TheHunter Banned

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    here is my bench

    q9450 @ 3.52ghz, win7 32bit. >> 3066

    [​IMG]

    and particles to the max 2mil :D

    [​IMG]

    i didn't bench this that score was a test :p
     
  18. noitcnuf

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    New Version

    New version;:biggun:

    http://www.yazilim.com.tr/particle-bench.zip

    v0.3 - 06.11.2009
    Command line parameter support
    Full load core engine(benchmark run in timecritical mode) (Therefore new scores may be a little high)

    Adjustable thread count
    Adjustable benchmark repeat
    Minor bugfixes

    Command line parameters:
    -n Starts in benchmark mode
    -c x Benchmark repeat count, default x = 1
    -p x Thread count, default x = 4
    -t x Custom demo text, default x = function
    -d x Particle density factor(for demo), default x = 5
    -a x Anialiased pixels on/off, 1 = on, 0 = off, default on
    -b x Benchmarking M particle count, default 1, (changes are not recommended)
     
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  19. UnrealGaming

    UnrealGaming Ancient Guru

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    Here is my score with a new version ...

    [​IMG]

    Almost the same .
     
  20. ricardonuno1980

    ricardonuno1980 Banned

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    CUDA (videocard minimum geforce 8 and 9 series (g80 - compute capability 1.0, g8x and g9x - cc 1.1) or better (gt200 chip - cc 1.3)) - to study - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA :D
    do you want to add CUDA support for your program? but cuda is very recommended because cuda is much faster than cpu. ;)
     
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