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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by dradutu » Thu Jan 15, 2015 23:25

dradutu wrote:Model: Custom build Gigabyte Ga-X58A-UD7 Mainboard & Antec Sonata III 500
Operating System: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
GPU: Asus nVidia GTX 275 896MB
Harddisk: 128 GB SSD OCZ Vertex 450
Processor:Intel I7 930 [Hyperthreaded Quad Core, 8 MB L3] & H50 Cooler
Memory: 24 GB RAM [3x8 GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Blu]
Resolume: 4.1.8

1080 Noise 14 layers over 30fps [11 layers over 60fps, 20 layers over 21 fps]
All other tests ran at 60 fps
New benchmark using Intel 530 128GB SSD and MSI 680 Lightning and Arena 4.1.11, results are pretty much the same. i can't remember if i used an output when i first benchmarked, i think i didn't. i don't suspect the 680 to be the bottleneck, i'm still looking into it.

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by Benerman » Tue Jan 20, 2015 16:37

Model: ASUS Q550LF-BSI7T21 (Recently Discontinued Model from Best Buy)
Operating System: Windows 8.1
Graphic card: Nvidia Geforce 745M 2GB + Dual Outs(HDMI + MDP)
Harddisk: Samsung 840 EVO 500GB
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4500U CPU @ 1.80GHz Dual-Core Turbo Boost to 2.4GHz
Memory: 8 GB
Resolume: 4.1.11

Output Setup: Control Display @ 1080p and 1 Out Via HDMI @ 1080p

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 6(5 @ 32Fps)
Noise content: 4 @ 29.9
I tested Out via MDP and it yielded same results.

Alternate Output Setup: Control Display @ 1080p and 2 Outs HDMI @ 1080p and MDP @ 1080

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 5
Noise content: 4

The second output setup is what I will actually be using consistently mainly in 720p though. I hope I can use Multi Stream Transport through the MDP. I think that this thing is great for what it is! A laptop with dual core, 2 outputs, 2 GB of graphics memory AND it has Nvidia Optimus. Best $1000 I have spent in a while(Includes 500GB SSD Upgrade)!

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by lb2593 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 02:13

Model : Clevo p751zm
OS: Windows 8.1

Power supply: 230w

(Note Benchmark was done on just the Samsung XP941 alone)

Hard drives:
Samsung XP941 - 256gb M2 Sata (Programs)
Samsung Evo 840 1TB SSD (Clips)

Processor:
Intel® Core™ i7-4790K Processor Stock 4.0 GHz
(8M Cache, up to 4.40 GHz)

Memory:
32GB Hyper X Impact Ram @ 2133MHz

Graphics Card:
GTX 980m 8GB

Resolume 4.1.11

Output Setup:
Control display - 1080p Out to HDMI display @ 1080p

Benchmark for 1920x1080

Clean layers - 26-30 Layers :shock:
Noise Layers 22-24 Layers :D

Only received the laptop today but.....

I am really impressed by this machine and can't wait to test it at gigs, If you want hard hitting performance check out the Clevo p751zm. Not the slimmest laptop but certainly not the biggest, happy to sacrifice the room for the desktop CPU!

Idea of size comparison, a touch slimmer than the Dell M6700 and not as wide.

Overall the Clevo P751zm is the perfect machine IMO and if you are still in the process of buying a laptop keep an eye out for the new Samsung SM951 available around march time I believe but it has up to 2,150MB/s reads, 1,550MB/s writes speeds ! Mental stuff.
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by cosmowe » Sat Jan 31, 2015 12:43

Clean layers - 26-30 :shock:
Noise Layers 22-24 :D
Hi lb2593,
may you explain your results ;) 26-30 fps with 20 Clips....or 26-30 Clips to hit the 30 fps mark?

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by lb2593 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 14:57

cosmowe wrote:
Clean layers - 26-30 :shock:
Noise Layers 22-24 :D
Hi lb2593,
may you explain your results ;) 26-30 fps with 20 Clips....or 26-30 Clips to hit the 30 fps mark?

Greetings
cosmowe
Greetngs Cosmowe!

It was 26-30 layered clips hitting 30fps!

Sorry should have stated that. 8-)

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by Zoltán » Tue Feb 10, 2015 12:14

Model: Dell vostro 3560
Operating System: windows 7 x64
Graphic card: Integrated Intel HD 4000
Harddisk: Kingston ssdnow V300 120GB
Processor: i7-3630QM
Memory: 8GB
Resolume: 4.1.11

internal display at 1920x1080, output to external 1920x1080

1080 noisy: 3 layers @ 34fps, 4 layers @26fps
1080 clean: 3 layers @ 35fps, 4 layers @26fps

480 noisy: 20 layers @30fps
480 clean: 20 layers @30fps
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by zelante » Tue Feb 24, 2015 19:18

Model: Lenovo Y510P
Operating System: Windows 8.1 x64
Graphic card: Geforce GT 755M x2 (SLI)
Harddisk: TS128GMTS400 [B937530953]
Processor: Intel Core i7-4700MQ
Memory: Ramaxel PC3-12800 (2x4gb) (RMT3170EB68F9W1600)
Resolume: 4.1.6

Output Setup: 1 hdmi out 1920x1080 (fullscreen)

Benchmark for 1920x1080
Clean content: 10
Noise content: 9

Benchmark for 640x480
Clean content: 20+
Noise content: 20+

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by Zoltán » Tue Mar 31, 2015 13:33

macbook pro mid 2012
2.6Ghz quad core i7
nvidia gt650m
gui @1920x1200, output to 1920x1080
osx yosemite, resolume 4.2:
SSD

1080p noise 7 layers @30fps, 8 layers @26fps
1080p clean 11 layers

480p clean 20+ layers @46fps
480p noise 20 layers

edit: just ran the benchmark on the same macbook - osx mavericks resolume 4.2:
1080p noise 6 layers @30fps, 7 layers @28fps
1080p clean 10 layers @30fps, 11layers @27fps

480p clean 20+ layers @57fps
480p noise 20+ layers @42fps

edit2: dxv3 benchmarks
4k clean 2 layers @33fps, 3 layers @25fps
4k noise 2 layers @30fps, 3layers @20fps

1080p noise 5 layers@30fps
1080p clean 9 layers@30fps
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by Joris » Wed Apr 01, 2015 08:56

Once we get out of release rush mode, we'll upload some DXV3 benchmark content, including 4K resolutions.

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

Post by Esteban_Altered » Wed May 13, 2015 22:04

My computer:

Build
Gigabyte GA-7PESH3
Intel xeon E5-2620 2.10 ghz X2
32gb Ram DDR3
1 Revo Drive 350 250gb SSD
2 GPU Ati Fire Pro V7900 no SLI
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits

output setup: 3 DP-DVI outs on extended desk @ 1920*1080

Benchmark:

1080 clean layers 20+ @ 32.2fps
1080 noise layers 7 @ 29.6fps

480p clean layers 20+ @ 52fps
480p noise layers 20+ @48fps

I want some coments about to this test.

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