Exporting benchmarks v2

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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby CraigJohn » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:28 pm

I would think if you need to zoom in beyond 100% just to notice that minor of a contrast level, 99.99% of the clients won't notice.
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby garrison » Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:22 pm

Windows PC (Win10 b1709)
C1 version - 11.0
CPU - Intel Xeon E5-2630L (6-core, 12-threads, 2.00 GHz)
GPU - NVidia GT710

JPEG
CPU+GPU - 3:20 (200s)
CPU only - 3:22 (202s)
The GPU speed up factor is about 1.01x.

TIFF
CPU+GPU - 2:43 (163s)
CPU only - 2:50 (170s)
The GPU speed up factor is about 1.04x.
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby NN174596UL » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:19 pm

PC, Windows 10 x64
CPU+GPU ~ 57 sec
CPU only ~ 126 sec
CPU AMD Ryzen 7 1700
GPU AMD R9 380x
CO version 11.01
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby Roger_3006 » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:49 am

PC-Windows 10 64 Pro

C1 version - 11.1.0.1
CPU - Intel i7 7700K OC 5 GHz
GPU - NVidia GeForce 980 Ti

JPEG
CPU-GPU - 0:44.7
CPU – 1:47.9

TIFF
CPU-GPU – 0:37.3
CPU – 1:26.5
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby garrison » Fri Apr 27, 2018 7:17 am

Here is a myself-written Windows utility that will help to easily calculate benchmark results: it analyzes all files in selected folder and automatically calculates time span between opening of first file for writing and last file modifying.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mcT6CIaBOraPBCFGLH7s4I_B8By3WP9R/view?usp=sharing
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby Tom-D » Sat Jul 07, 2018 1:36 pm

Could any one with a vega/fiji GPU do the Benchmark with 3 added layers with some enhancements?
The last wedding i did process, @ export, i did also measure the Time an did get 1,25 sec for one image, so i think maybe the quadro P5000 is a bit slower when it comes to compute more data. I'd like know how the Radeons handle this.
Win 10 x64, Intel 7820X, 64 GB Ram 2666mhz, Quadro RTX 5000, M.2 2x 1 TB PCI-E.
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby BeO » Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:51 pm

PC, Windows 7 64-bit
C1 version 11.1.1

JPEG
CPU+GPU: 84 sec
CPU : 148 sec

TIFF 16 bit uncompressed
CPU+GPU: 65 sec
CPU : 106 sec

Hardware:

CPU - Intel Core i7-5820K (6 cores, 12 threads, 3.30 GHz)
GPU - NVidia GeForce GTX960 - OpenCL benchMark : 0.235608 - driver version 398.36

Remarks

i7-5820K - 3.30 GHz
6 cores, 12 threads
32 GB RAM
Disks:
- Win7 and C1: NVMe Samsung SSD 950 PRO
- Session, raw files and output folder: Samsung SSD 850 EVO

UPDATE: After updating the driver from 364.51 to 398.36 (different day, computer restart in between etc.) the JPGs are 10 seconds faster (84 instead of 93), tiffs only 2 secs. The opencl benchmark from the imgcore.log file however shows a slightly worse value 0.235608 instead of 0.231168)
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby NNN636316063504464126 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:29 pm

Wow, very helpful, and feeling like the noob I am!!
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby NN635983053861641196UL » Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:04 am

Windows PC (WIN 10 Pro 64bit)
CPU+GPU : 70 sec
CPU Only : 245 sec
CPU - AMD FX8300
GPU - AMD Radeon HD7870
C1 version 11.2

Windows PC (WIN 10 Pro 64bit)
CPU+GPU : 65 sec
CPU Only : 245 sec
CPU - AMD FX8300
GPU - AMD Radeon HD7870 + HD5850
C1 version 11.2
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby ChristopherHauser » Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:38 am

Windows PC (WIN 10)
JPG: CPU+GPU 2:13
TIFF: CPU+GPU 1:59
JPG: CPU Only 3:28
CPU - intel 4790k
GPU - AMD Radeon R9 280X
C1 version 11.0

Windows PC (WIN 10)
JPG: CPU+GPU 50s
TIFF: CPU+GPU 33s
CPU - intel 4790k
GPU - Nvidia RTX 2070
C1 version 11.0
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby NN126357UL2 » Tue Nov 13, 2018 8:10 am

Windows PC (10)

C1 version - 11.0
CPU - i7-7820x @ 4.9Ghz air cooled Noctua NH-D15, Ram 64GB @ 3466 MHz, Mesh 3000 Mhz.
GPU - Quadro P2000 x 2

JPEG
CPU+GPU - 45s
CPU only - 60s

TIFF
CPU+GPU - 12s
CPU only - 40s

As others have noted JPEG processing doesn't leverage GPU as much as TIFF.

Got lucky with the i7-7820x, runs cool, average CPU package temperature during benchmarking was 65C. Prior to de-lidding and liquid metal it was 80C which is fine for processing raw files but was getting into the mid 90s rendering video.
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby Whitesnake » Sat Nov 24, 2018 7:19 am

1st setup:

Mac (MBP 15' 2018), 10.14.
Intel 2.2 GHz Core i7 (8750H, 6 Cores), 32 GB RAM
Intel UHD Graphics 630 + Radeon Pro 555X (4096 MB) + eGPU Asus Strix (with Radeon RX Vega 56)
CO v11

JPEG
CPU+GPU - 0:45 (45s)
CPU only - 1:42 (102s)

TIFF
CPU+GPU - 0:19 (19s)
CPU only - 1:22 (82s)

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2nd setup:
Mac (MBP 15' 2018), 10.14.
Intel 2.2 GHz Core i7 (8750H, 6 Cores), 32 GB RAM
Intel UHD Graphics 630 + Radeon Pro 555X (4096 MB)
CO v11

JPEG
CPU+GPU - 1:02 (62s)
CPU only - 1:42 (102s) - the same

TIFF
CPU+GPU - 0:40 (40s)
CPU only - 1:22 (82s)

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I cannot switch of the Intel UHD Graphics 630, so my CPU-only benchmarks are with this graphic solution.
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby Chad Dahlquist » Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:13 pm

Whitesnake just want to say thanks for taking the time and posting
really been wanting to get a new macbook and was so curious about the speeds :)
my built pc rips of course but I want a new macbook :) I am a OS X guy way more than a PC and wanted something on location big time

especially with the eGPU !
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby CraigJohn » Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:35 pm

I'd love to see what the 8700K and the new 8-core i7 CPUs could do.

Would also like to know what the new Mac Mini with an eGPU can do. Heard the poor thermal paste is really holding the performance of the Mac Mini back.

But I am tempted by the new MacBook Pro now... Just need more money. :)
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Re: Exporting benchmarks v2

Postby Bobtographer » Thu Dec 13, 2018 6:15 pm

V12 with R9 Fury
GPU: 0:34

TIFF:
0:24

Edit:
upgraded to 12 Engine (forgot to do that)
GPU: 0:31
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