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nIghtorius 01-11-05 02:50 PM

My own benchie
 
I have taken the liberty to create my own littl' bencher:
it's called: g2_bench

it's primary goal is to test & stress your CPU and memorysubsystem.. especially the memory subsystem.. more bandwith with good latencies does the score good.. it's actually based on my old G2 GUI graphics subsystem which I programmed 4 years ago.. It's seems this library scales fantasticly with the newer systems..

You can fetch it here

my score:
Test #1 score: 580 fps
Test #2 score: 332 fps
Test #3 score: 382 fps
Test #4 score: 741 fps
Test #5 score: 34042 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 2362

be sure to run the runbench.bat file or you will not see your results.

My pentium 3 score is: (650Mhz, 100Mhz 384MB mem)
Test #1 score: 82 fps
Test #2 score: 59 fps
Test #3 score: 53 fps
Test #4 score: 81 fps
Test #5 score: 8978 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 404

My brothers XP2600+ score is:
Test #1 score: 336 fps
Test #2 score: 252 fps
Test #3 score: 194 fps
Test #4 score: 410 fps
Test #5 score: 28469 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 1557

Tr1cK 01-11-05 04:43 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
Sys in sig. 30 processes running (my normals)

#1 - 448
#2 - 298
#3 - 270
#4 - 599
#5 - 34042 (same as yours? weird)

1996 total score

-=DVS=- 01-11-05 05:39 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
Test#1 570
Test#2 352
Test#3 359
Test#4 743
Test#5 36529
G-mark score 2399

Does AA/AF have any impact ? did you write this test your self ?

nIghtorius 01-11-05 05:42 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -=DVS=-
Test#1 570
Test#2 352
Test#3 359
Test#4 743
Test#5 36529
G-mark score 2399

Does AA/AF have any impact ? did you write this test your self ?

no.. AA/AF does not have any impact since it purely benches the CPU and it's memorysubsystem..

Yes I have written it myself.. It uses my 4 years old 2D graphicslibrary. coded in FreePascal.

after finetuning some memory settings.. and not running windows media player in the background I scored:

Test #1 score: 665 fps
Test #2 score: 379 fps
Test #3 score: 440 fps
Test #4 score: 848 fps
Test #5 score: 39408 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 2713

I think I can't get it faster right now.

Tr1cK 01-11-05 06:02 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
I wonder how I managed to pull of the exact same #5 as you in your first test Night? What does #5 do?

nIghtorius 01-11-05 06:09 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tr1cK
I wonder how I managed to pull of the exact same #5 as you in your first test Night? What does #5 do?

the tests:

Test #1.. bitmap rescaling using NEAREST sampling.. (fully software)
Test #2.. bitmap rescaling using LINEAR sampling.. (also fully software)
Test #3.. fills to the memory
Test #4.. Translucency rendering 640x480 bitmap on a 1024x768 framebuffer (50%)
Test #5.. Renders 8000 texts into the framebuffer using a bitmap font.

cool part of it is that different brand of CPU results in completely different rates:

example: (Xp2600+ vs P4 2.4Ghz/533)

AthlonXP 2600+@stock, 1024MB DDR400@DDR333
--------------
Test #1 score: 336 fps
Test #2 score: 252 fps
Test #3 score: 194 fps
Test #4 score: 410 fps
Test #5 score: 28469 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 1557

Intel Pentium IV 2.4Ghz @ 2.4Ghz, 1024MB DDR333
--------------
Test #1 score: 421 fps
Test #2 score: 128 fps
Test #3 score: 248 fps
Test #4 score: 505 fps
Test #5 score: 14209 fps (p4 does very bad compared to an Athlon in this test)

This system scores a g-mark score of: 1335

it seems the P4 scores good in the bad-ass memory filling department and the Athlon system scores extremely well in the fast-randomly into the memory accesses.

scores designated in red are slower compared to the rival. green is faster. this makes me wonder how a Pentium IV 3.2Ghz/800 will score? and prescott vs Northwood (512kB/1M cache). even ClawHammer with 1M cache vs NewCastle/Winchester with 512kB cache..

I am wondering how much influence cache has on the score.

Tr1cK 01-11-05 06:24 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
Hmm...clock for clock, it looks like Athlons smoke the P4s. Mine @ 2.2 kills the P4 you referenced. Then again, I also have some great memory.

Ill post my 3500 Winchester when it gets here this week. If it ever does.

*ANXIOUS*

SH64 01-12-05 02:37 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
There you go .. P4:3.0GHz(Northwood) / 800FSB /1 GB DDR400 :

Test #1 score: 849 fps
Test #2 score: 186 fps
Test #3 score: 474 fps
Test #4 score: 1012 fps
Test #5 score: 20512 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 2428

Demon_82 01-12-05 04:23 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
From my 3 days old P4 Prescott 3GHz in the remainings of my old PC:

Test #1 score: 628 fps
Test #2 score: 410 fps
Test #3 score: 364 fps
Test #4 score: 735 fps
Test #5 score: 25641 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 2375

nIghtorius 01-12-05 06:29 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
interesting.. especially the benches between the P4 3.0Ghz's (Northwood vs Prescott). the overall score is almost the same. but look @ the score of test #2 the prescott really owns the Northwood in this test. but the northy is overall faster in the remaining test except for test #5.

NoWayDude 01-12-05 07:09 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
On the A64, currently running @ 2477

Test #1 score: 618 fps
Test #2 score: 369 fps
Test #3 score: 405 fps
Test #4 score: 816 fps
Test #5 score: 39408 fps

This system scores a g-mark score of: 2600

shaker718 01-12-05 08:33 PM

Re: My own benchie
 
test#1 607
test#2 325
test#3 479
test#4 819
test#5 34402

this system blah blah 2514.
im not overclocking anything(except vid card but that doesnt apply it seems). thats interesting


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