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Schmackofatz
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Model: Lenovo Thinkpad W530
OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
CPU: i7-3840QM @ 2,8 GHz
RAM: 32 GB
GPU: Quadro K2000M + Intel HD Graphics 4000 (Opteron)
SSD (OS and Arena 5.0.2): Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250 GB
SSD (Content): Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250 GB (Second one)

Monitors:
Internal @ 1920x1080
External @ 1920x1080 HDMI

Results:

HD 4000
480p - Clean 20+ Noise 20+
1080p - Clean 2 Noise 2

Quadro K2000M:

480p - Clean 20+ Noise 20+
1080p - Clean 8 Noise 6

(Sidenote: I've seen Thinkpads with Quadro GPUs which had far worse results, maybe they ran Resolume with the internal graphic chip?)
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Just tested a brand new 2016 macbook pro
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no monitor in play... but I do think the high res screen sucks up some of your juice. I am going to test it with a datapath inline and some UHD content streaming out eventually just for shits n giggles

4k got 3 layers before hovering around 30

HD got around 11 or 12 before it started plunging

not the greatest for almost $4000 :shock:

while I was fantasizing about something a bit better I can not say I am surprised... I was really hoping to be able to snag one for this summers festival season... the keyboard and the touch swipe I gotta say I really love... but I'll stick to the PC's for now

maybe the next go will have proper graphics. also this is totally useable for guys running around with 1920x1080 and busking stacks of two or three clips or a synced DJ show... honestly I never use more than 4 layers really

so I guess its on the user to decide if form beats function in the apple world this year

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Asus ROG g551
nvidia GTX960m, i76700HQ @26GHz
windows 10
HDD
Arena 4.2.2.

gui at 1920x1080, output to 1920x1080 HDMI
HD clean : 20+layers @ 34fps
HD noise: 11 layers @ 32 fps

4k clean: 5 layers @32 fps
4k noise: 3 layers
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Posted update to the spreadsheet for the Razer Blade & Razer Blade Pro

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Also filled this into the spreadsheet...

4K Test

Computer: Midi Tower PC
Board: Asrock X99X Fatality
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit
GPU: Asus Strix GTX 1080 Ti 11gb
Harddisk: Samsung SM951 SSD, PCIe M.2 Typ 2280-D3-M
RAM: 32 GB DDR4 2800
Processor: Intel i7 5930K @ 4,5 GHz
Resolume: 5.1.4

Output Setup: 1x GUI at 3440 x 1440 60Hz, 1x Fullscreen Output at 3840x2160 60Hz

Benchmark 3840x2160
Clean content: 20 @ 30 fps
Noise content: 18 @ 30 fps
w10 || Schenker U506 || lemur || kp3 || pulse || leap motion || magewell capture dongle

lw200293
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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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@cosmowe this might be a stupid question

I'm looking at building a system similar to yours, i found your input in the spreadsheet and can see the cost was 3500, is that EUR?

Thanks!

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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hey lw200293,
yes...that are euros....if you build it now...it will get cheaper i guess

best wishes!
w10 || Schenker U506 || lemur || kp3 || pulse || leap motion || magewell capture dongle

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Did you spec it with the Radeon video as well? If you disable switching it will use the more powerful card all the time.
najrock wrote:Just tested a brand new 2016 macbook pro
Image

no monitor in play... but I do think the high res screen sucks up some of your juice. I am going to test it with a datapath inline and some UHD content streaming out eventually just for shits n giggles

4k got 3 layers before hovering around 30

HD got around 11 or 12 before it started plunging

not the greatest for almost $4000 :shock:

while I was fantasizing about something a bit better I can not say I am surprised... I was really hoping to be able to snag one for this summers festival season... the keyboard and the touch swipe I gotta say I really love... but I'll stick to the PC's for now

maybe the next go will have proper graphics. also this is totally useable for guys running around with 1920x1080 and busking stacks of two or three clips or a synced DJ show... honestly I never use more than 4 layers really

so I guess its on the user to decide if form beats function in the apple world this year

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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MSI GS40 GTX 970m, i7, 16gb RAM, m.2 System, SSD Data

FullHD 20+
4K 10+

Real test in real world:
3 Full HD Blending feed configured as this:
Laptop local monitor FullHD for control
mDP output to 3840x1080 (L+C)
HDMI 1920x1080 (R)
Feed to Ascender32

Flawless playback for all content at 60 fps

Not bad for a 1400€ Laptop ;)

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Re: Performance Benchmarks

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Custom Media Server:

i7 6700K (no OC)
32 Gb RAM
m.2 Sysyem
1Tb Raid 0 SSD Media storage/data
MSI GTX 1080Ti

FullHD 20+
4K 20+

Real world test:

4K mapped for 4xFullHD 7680x1080 Backgrounds
Flawless playback of content and dedicated video.

Not bad for a 2500€ Build, also super portable because fits on a Thermaltake Core v1 ;)

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