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CiBench (3,7 MB zipped) , UB App

DL LINK: (after cklick on DL Linkl, click on the button marked in below attatched screenshoot, then next cibench.sit.zip icon, i sorry the menue will be in german)
http://www.gmx.de/mc...jgxckl0ahxw3lnx



I got BPS between 1,17 (PPC , AGP ATI X800), 1.30 GMA 950 and 2.80 MBP NV 8600M from friends.
Higher BPS (10MPix picture filtered/second) means faster GPU(System)

Need some more BPS-values to validate my results.

My ATI 2600XT (E2160 CPU) gave: 3,75 BPS (pictures / sec).

Anyone with :
ATI 2900 HD , ATI 2600 XT, ATI 3850, ATI 1950 , NV 8800 GTS ....


Values got: Higher is better (most from maclife users / germany )
10 MPixel jpg (the ci.jpg)
5,77 ATI 2600 Pro , iMac 2.8 real GHZ 4 MB L2
5,49 ATI 3870 512 MB, C2D 2,8 OC GHz 2MB L2, OSX86 PC
3.75 ATI 2600 XT 256 MB PCI-e, E2160 (2*1.8 GHZ, 1MB L2), OSX86 PC (Mitchs)
2,68 NV 8800 GT 512 MB, MacPro 2.00 (???? value very low for 8800 GT ???? )
2,56 NV 7300 GT 256 MB PCI-e, MacPro 2.66
2,50 NV 8600M 512 MB PCI-e, MacBookPro 2,4,
2,18 NV 8600M 256 MB PCI-e, MacBookPro 2,4,
1,37 ATI X800 AGP, PPC G5 2.0 DUAL
1,17 Intel GMA 950 PCI-e, MacBook 2.0 GHZ CD (2* 2.0 GHZ, 2 MB L2)[/b]

5 Mpixel jpg ( extra downloaded 5Mpixel.jpg Attatchment ) next post from me
11,57 ATI 2600 Pro , iMac 2.8
9.23 ATI 2600 XT 256 MB PCI-e, E2160 (2*1.8 GHZ, 1MB L2), OSX86
Faktor 2,57 faster to 10 Mpixel pic, 10 : 5 Mpixel would be linear PIXEL-GPU Faktor 2.0

4,37 NV 8600M 256 MB PCI-e, MacBookPro 2,4 , Faktor 2.00







Please post results (CPU/GPU/BPS) here.

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CPU E4500@2,8ghz HD3870

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can you try it with that 5Mpixel (attatched) pic (save old ci.jpg from cibench app folder and copy ci_5Mpix to ci.jpg into that folder ). ?
Should give about 2 times higher BPS (half work for GPU/CPU)

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can you try it with that 5Mpixel (attatched) pic (save old ci.jpg from cibench app folder and copy ci_5Mpix to ci.jpg into that folder ). ?
Should give about 2 times higher BPS (half work for GPU/CPU)

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10 Mpix > 5 MPix half Pixel to filter , your BPS near exact twice (higher means faster) .
Linear depency.

New Version (same Link) out: From 50 times CI filteraktiondown to 10 times. Much less picturerdate have to go across the systembus (600 MB insted of 3 GB).
May give higher BPS on fast CPUs and fast GPUs with 512 MB+ VRAM.
My BPS stays same at 3.75.

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Just for fun, GMA900@1,5Ghz CeleronM
10 MP - 0,56
5 MP - 1,13

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i;ll try with 8800GT in a minute and i'll post results
i have in my mind that this card still is not supported
well..let's see

8800GT 512mb RAM G92

TEST1 non overclocked
10mp=3.14 (poor...?8800GT ppl test)
5mp= 6.06
1mp= 19.05
just delete the ci.jpg in the folder and do the tests by rename 10,5,1 ci.jpg (this is the one the app use)
using the 8800GT with gfx strings, no natit etc
10.5.3


EDIT: TEST2 Overclocked (usually i am oc at 3.0ghz)
10mp= 3.8
5mp= 8.04
1mp= 24

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Maybe the CI is a bit problematic, not really speedfull using it with 5 or 10 Mpixel pictures.
Also Pixelmator, an great CI pictureapp has performance problems if pictures with high or very high resolution are adjusted.

Please ttry the new Bench2 version, (same DL Link) has a bit higher CPU usage, but might run faster.
Also an 1 MPixel picture is now the default (ci.jpg) for the test.
1 MPixel is only a bit over DV-NTSC resolution (CI used in iMovie, iDVD). 5 or 10 MPixel maybe to much for the systembus to transfer fast and limits GPU performance.

ATI 2600 XT gets with that 1 MPIXEL: 29.75 BPS





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