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pavlor 
Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
Posted on 3-May-2012 21:31:59
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@wawa

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so you expect a major blender engine overhaul somewhere between 2.48 and 2.49 that might have significant influence on the benchmark?


No, I only say results aren´t directly comparable (see Blender benchmarks page for more results to compare).

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lets say 200% speedup?


Certainly not. However even 10 % is visible difference.

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@pavlor

you really think, we need to care about some 10% here? me, id even multiply x1k results with those 10% from the start if it makes feel anybody any better.

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Seiya 
Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@wawa

i don't think so
Blender 2.48a and 2.49 are not so different in rendering time, so, imho, this g5 test is interesting and good to compare

OT
very soon (hope this night) i upload on youtube my G4@2 ghz emulated by PearPC!!!!!
unfortunately i don't find PPC linux distro to test it..
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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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About those blender tests...
Hard to believe that G4 at 1.67Ghz can beat 2.3Ghz G5 and 2x1.8Ghz PA6T cores.
Something fishy in those test binaries?
Surely same binaries should be used to be able to compare? (or maximally optimized for every chip)

(I wonder if the e600 core version is manually optimized, while there is no such optimizations for G5 or PA6T???)

Some older tests: http://www.barefeats.com/g5sum.html
http://www.barefeats.com/g5.html ((here the single 1.6Ghz G5 seems faster than dual core 1.4ghz G4 in Bryce rendering ... WTF?))
http://www.barefeats.com/pentium4.html

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
Posted on 4-May-2012 11:47:36
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD5x263GTuo

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@Mufa

Funny video.
Next the SW should be updated to use the advantage.

btw. PA6T had 2x64bit 1066Mhz interface to RAM, while G4 uses up to 1x64bit 166Mhz. (IIRC)

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@KimmoK

That Bryce render test was indeed strange.

All other tests: Very little difference between G4 and G5 performance, clock for clock. G4 seems to be slightly faster at work / MHz. And much better at power consumption / MHz

I assume these tests use Altivec, and the Altivec implementation on the G4 is the most efficient one.

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@Mufa

Wow, AmigaOS4 has SMP?! Man, that's awesome. You know what else is awesome? You thinking that two cores equals double performance.

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@KimmoK

Well. An MPC8641 is a G4 based SoC, which basically means it has a direct memory interface (plus a direct PCIe, which also helps). Not 1066MHz, but still much faster than the 60x bus of the earlier 74x0 and 75xx chips.

I would have loved to see some actual benchmarks of that compared to these other chips. I'm beginning to have a sneaky feeling that it would be very good

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@opi

Well, to be fair that was one out of several points there

Lemme guess, you subscribe to the view that SMP won't happen for OS4 ever?

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@olegil

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Lemme guess, you subscribe to the view that SMP won't happen for OS4 ever?


It may, but I think it will play out as USB2 drivers and XMOS support.

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@opi

"two cores equals double performance."
It seems to depend on application(s) and chip.

According to piru's graph PA6T delivered 2x speed with dualcore for blender, while G5 gained 1.8 speed.

(might be some testing clitch as well, though)

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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so.... based on this, an ARM port of MOS/OS4 doesn't look like a step back. A dual core A9 should be competitive with these chips at much lower cost and TDP.

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@WolfToTheMoon

based on what? Did I miss something?

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@KimmoK

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It seems to depend on application(s) and chip.


Not every application can scale with number of cores. At least not in linear fashion.

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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According to some linpack tests Atom455 and ARM v7-A9 1.5Ghz might be roughly compareable with each other. And PA6T might be on the same ballpark.
Source: http://www.roylongbottom.org.uk/linpack%20results.htm


For OpenCL dreamers: http://www.luxrender.net/wiki/LuxMark_Results

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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some test:

Scene: Room (complex)

i7 2600 + HD7870 OC 2 GB

OpenCL GPU = 763
OpenCL GPU + CPU = 869
OpenCL CPU = 292

E8500 + GTS250 1 GB

OpenCL GPU = 56

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Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@Spectre660

Sam460ex 1150 MHz
(Debian Squeeze)

CPU Blowfish- 58.944
CPU CryptoHash -19.339
CPU Fibonacci -16.085
CPU N-Queens -42.252
FPU FFT - 60.214
FPU Raytracing -50.750

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Rose 
Re: Debian Squeeze Hardinfo Benchmarks
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@KimmoK

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KimmoK wrote:
@WolfToTheMoon

According to some linpack tests Atom455 and ARM v7-A9 1.5Ghz might be roughly compareable with each other. And PA6T might be on the same ballpark.
Source: http://www.roylongbottom.org.uk/linpack%20results.htm

Quote:
"This benchmark was produced by Jack Dongarra from the "LINPACK" package of linear algebra routines. It became the primary benchmark for scientific applications from the mid 1980's with a slant towards supercomputer performance."


So prolly best possible desktop benchmark....


For OpenCL dreamers: http://www.luxrender.net/wiki/LuxMark_Results[/quote]

Even linux doesn't have free OpenCL drivers so AmigaOS will have them in near future ?

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@virgolamobile

Thanks.

Sam460ex is about 1.06% faster per clock cycle than Sam440ep .

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