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Luxmark v3.1 (Sept 2015) - OpenCL Benchmark

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How looks the luxball picture (the ball plus the background) ? If high % invalide pixel you should see some diff compared to normal luxball scene picture.

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How looks the luxball picture (the ball plus the background) ? If high % invalide pixel you should see some diff compared to normal luxball scene picture.

Yeah the scene is darker than normal. 

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I've done some more benchmarks and it seems the 6700k performs as well or within 5% of the 5820k... and this CPUs' code isn't even optimized yet in osx.

But it's fun to see how good 4 vs 6 cores are... especially now the CPU's are equally prized due to skyline shortages.

Pretty much only cinebench shows some good difference beyond 5%.... not miles but still.

Since the motherboards tend to be cheaper I wanted to see what would be the better buy and if I've done right going with skylake.

 

Just happened to see the post with the exact same gpu so shared the results.

Also each time I do the benchmark the results are slightly different and if I do it enough times I'd be able to post the higher results.

It will be fun to see how much performance the 6700k gets from the next 10.11.3 update + nv drivers.

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It appears that the 6700K to 5820K equivalent performance and in addition it normally consumes less.
Priori good pick

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Hi,

Ultimate X99, 2 video cards
HD 7950 for OpenCL 32 seconds Bryce X benchmark for FCPX
A GTX 960 for Open GL

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Made this one to compare i7-5820k (post above) vs i7-6700k, same GPU

 

Just a post to show how much difference new drivers make, benched on Sierra with the same setup;

 

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Quite impressive, first support vs latest (mature) support =)

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Just a post to show how much difference new drivers make, benched on Sierra with the same setup;

 

Quite impressive, first support vs latest (mature) support =)

Very good new

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GTX 970 Gainward Phantom : All with latest Webdrivers

 

My test results with :

 

  • 10.11.5       - Luxmark 3.1 (OpenCL 1.2):GPU 9675;CPU/GPU:11557
  • 10.11.6       - Luxmark 3.1 (OpenCL 1.2):GPU 10983;CPU/GPU:12533

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  • Sierra PB2  - Luxmark 3.1  (OpenCL 1.2):GPU 11300; CPU/GPU:13042

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Comment on clockspeeds:

with 10.11.6 the card clocks at 1304 mhz (Normal Specs1304 MHz (boost) / 1152 MHz (base))

with 10.12 PB2 the card clocks at 1080 mHz !    (definitely beta drivers ....

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