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klx300r 
Blender benchmark time! - hey new X5000 users join in !
Posted on 25-Jan-2010 13:53:50
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As I'm a newbie to Blender, can anyone recommend a nice complicated drawing that we can all render using Andy's Amiga OS4.1 Blender v2.48a and compare rendering times here?

Latest Blender v2.48 Update 6 from OS4Depot

Thanks again for the great port Andy

UPDATE:

let's use this test render recommended by Tomas:

http://eofw.org/bench/

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That will always be the faster CPU that wins.

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Re: Blender benchmark time!
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Don't really care about winning or losing as I just like to see the results on different systems

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@klx300r

Choose one from here

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http://eofw.org/bench/

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Funny to see how Amiga compares to PC in rendering (I expect the PC's to be a lot faster)

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Re: Blender benchmark time!
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@klx300r

If you you really must benchmark, there are a couple of built in bench marks that test the interface.

Goto the Help Menu (top of screen towards middle) then select system / benchmark.

They will be screen mode sensitive.

As to rendering benchmarks, it's purely down to CPU, so take you pic of the many out there. (or jusr render the default cube...)



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Re: Blender benchmark time!
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@Tomas

I get 20:59.69 for that file on my SAM-Flex 766MHz machine.

That seems suspiciously slow to me, especeially compared with even the slowest PC on the sites lists...

I might try a comparison on my two linux boxes later.

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@broadblues

Version 2.49 seems to be slower than 2.43. Strange...

00:17:11.33 Intel® Pentium® 3 600MHz (V2.44)

Your result is not much slower.

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@Tomas

My Peg2 (OS4.1 update 1) took 09:46.72

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Anybody willing to leak how fast the X1000 renders this scene?

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Re: Blender benchmark time!
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Ah! reread the results on the site again, and realised the way I'd misstyped my own result, caused me misread the slowest result on there, I read 5 hours as 5 minutes! I feel a bit better now

Still I wonder if it's worth a rebuild with -O3 rather than -O2

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Quote:

My Peg2 took 09:46.72


OS4 or MOS?



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On my AONE XE-G4@800
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Sorry. Should have specified. OS4.1 Update 1

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Micro GX @800MHz, 512Mb, update 1

11:02.41

Wondering if the 1Mb L2 cache in the GX speeds it up a bit.



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Your render time should be close to mine, made sure nothing else is running.

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LOL: "Intel® Xeon® E5440 2830MHz 2828MHz" does not perform much better than fastest SAM, some A1 seem to give better speeds.

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Hi !

time = hh.mm.ss.ss

These are the results on my three machines :

AmigaOS 4.1.1 - Blender 2.48a ( The first and only version, for now )
Sam 44oep Flex 733MHz - 512 MB Ram - Radeon 9250 128 MB VRam
test.blend render time = 00.20.26.00

MacOS X 10.4.11 - Blender 2.49b
Mac Mini PPC G4 1.5 GHz - 512 MB Ram - Radeon M9 64MB VRam
test.blend render time = 00.05.52.67

Windows 7 Home Premium - Blender 2.49b
Intel(R) Core(TM) Quad CPU Q8300 @ 2.50 GHz 2.50 GHz - 4 GB Ram - ATI Radeon HD 4650 1GB VRam
test.blend render time = 00.00.49.05

Greetings.

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Blender 2.45 Ubuntu 8.04LTS:

00:25.34 FTW :)

(Q9450 @ 2.66GHz, X48 chipset, 4GB DDR3 - rated at 7-7-7/1600MHz but running at 6-6-6/1333MHz)

Probably could get a faster version if I compile from source, this is the "vanilla" linux version.

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Posted on 25-Jan-2010 20:20:24
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LOL: "Intel® Xeon® E5440 2830MHz 2828MHz" does not perform much better than fastest SAM, some A1 seem to give better speeds.


It runs in WMWare...

Native:
(79) 00:00:16.54 Intel® Xeon® E5440 2830MHz (2 cores, one thread), Linux Debian Blender V2.46

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