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quattrofx

Lion GM Performance TEST Results

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Hi people,

 

Here on this Topic you can post your Lion GM test results as well so we can compare it with Snow Results

according to the same System configuration.

 

My System:

LION GM 64Bit

System identifier: iMac11,1

i7 860 2,8GHz

P55A UD3 Bios F11

8GB DDR3 1333 RAM

INNO3D GTX 285

Dual Monitor 2x24"

 

All test done with 1920 x 1080:

 

GALAXIES 32K_V2

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 OpenGL Engine

_________SIM:_____________________ GIGAFLOPS:

Vector Single Core CPU:___________________12

Vector Multi Core CPU:____________________46

GeForce GTX 285:_______________________ 367

Hybrid Multi Core CPU+GPU:_______________77

 

SMALL OPEN GL FPS Bench V_1.3.1

Scene 1: Irrlicht Engine - SpecialFX Open GL 2.1 (1024x768) MIN:404 MAX:468

Scene 2: Lighting Engine- Open GL 2.1 (1024x768) MIN:884 MAX:2196

 

OpenGL

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Geekbench64Bit:

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Cinebench GPU:

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Cinebench CPU:

post-292451-1310253159_thumb.png

 

XBench 1.3:

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SMALLUX V_1.7.1

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Hard disk AJA Test

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The Snow Leopard Test results from the same system can be seen here:

Snow Test Results

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Very interesting notice:

I am using Model identifier iMac11.1:

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But i was able to install CUDA driver on my Lion GM without that System check!

Usually, you must have identifier MacPro3.1 or 4.1 at least to be able to do that on Snow Leopard!

As usual, NVIDIA come again to late with the newest Cuda driver compatible with newest 100 series

Lion driver. We must wait again..... :P

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I started off using a iMac 12,2 SMBIOS and got abysmal OpenGL performance everywhere.

 

I recalled reading something before about OpenGL performance on NVIDIA cards and using a MacPro SMBIOS instead, so I switched over to a MacPro 3,1 SMBIOS and my OpenGL performance went up over 500%.

 

 

 

 

Scores

 

- Geekbench (32-bit): 15742

- Xbench: Stops at thread test

- Novabench: Stops at the end of the integer test

- Cinebench 11.5 (64-bit) OpenGL: 54,51fps / CPU: 9,35pts

 

System

 

- Mobo (BIOS): ASUS P8Z68-V Pro (0501)

- CPU: Intel i7 2600k @ 4,8ghz

- RAM: 8GB OCZ Platinum OCZ3P1600C6LV4GK 1333MHz 7-7-7-17-1T

- GFX: 2 x Reference NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 1280MB

- HDD: Crucial RealSSD C300 CTFDDAC064MAG-1G1 2,5” 64GB SATA III

- Display: NEC MultiSync 20WMGX2

 

System Info & Drivers

 

- DSDT: No

- OS X: 10.7

- Kernel: 11.0.0

- Architecture: 64-bit

- Bootloader: Chameleon 2.0 RC5 r1083

- Branch: Trunk

- GFX: Vanilla NVDAGF100Hal

 

BIOS Settings

 

- BCLK Frequency: 100,0

- Turbo Ratio: By Per Core

- *-Core Ratio Limit: 48

- Internal PLL Overvoltage: Auto

- Memory Frequency: DDR3-1333MHz

- EPU Power Saving Mode: Disable

- Load-line Calibration: Ultra High

- VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350

- Phase Control: Extreme

- Duty Control: Extreme

- CPU Current Capability: 100%

- CPU Manual Voltage: 1,425

- DRAM Voltage: 1,65

- CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled

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where can i download GALAXIES 32K_V2? can't seem to find it anywhere.

Hi sg,

 

you can download it here:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1242717

 

Thanks to Mitch_de for his effort!

 

 

- Xbench: Stops at thread test

 

Hi imk,

 

I forgot to mention it! The same happened to me! As you can see on my Test picture I have unchecked the thread test!

All other test went OK on my system.

 

Cheers

QuattroFX

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none of the Galaxy links in that thread work, they've all been dead for ages. Any chance anyone can upload it somewhere or post it in this thread? TIA.

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none of the Galaxy links in that thread work, they've all been dead for ages. Any chance anyone can upload it somewhere or post it in this thread? TIA.

Hi sg,

as soon as I come home, will upload it!

 

Mr. v7kF4U2HTd suggested:

"what would be interesting would be results of 10.6 and 10.7 from the same machine."

 

Hi v7....Td,

that was the meaning of this topic, as you can see on the end of my first post:

 

"The Snow Leopard Test results from the same system can be seen here:

Snow Test Results"

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