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Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 26 Oct 2009.

  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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  2. gavomatic57

    gavomatic57 Active Member

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    You got my hopes up there! I thought you'd managed to rustle up some new ones already!
     
  3. Claave

    Claave You Rebel scum

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    we'd make more of an announcement if we had!
     
  4. Bazz

    Bazz Bit of everything geek

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    Crashes during the gimp image benchmark on my system, oh well.
     
  5. stoff3r

    stoff3r New Member

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    Will it work on windows 7 this time?
     
  6. Psytek

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    Aped?
     
  7. ffjason

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    They bench on Windows 7 for the mag and on this site so i'd say yes it would work on Win7. Windows 7 doesn't break programs like Vista did. Though some do not work 99% of the time you're fine.
     
  8. bagman

    bagman Well-Known Member

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    where is the leaderboard?
     
  9. gavomatic57

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    I've already used them on W7 RC...same score as Vista...isn't that a surprise...
     
  10. Claave

    Claave You Rebel scum

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    The leaderboard was on the old custom pc site. Unfortunately it couldn't be ported easily, so creating a new one with the bit-tech backend is still on the to-do list.
     
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    Oh thats nice. I'm just saying because last time it didn't. Think it was the early beta ati driver or something.

    Ah heres the error message i probably got last time: "ERROR: The display must be run in 32-Bit (True Colour) colour depth." And don't go all "hey I think you have to set your display to 32bit" on me, because it is :p
     
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    Same error as stoff3r. And the 32-Bit is ON
     
  13. groove

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    Ran perfectly.

    Results:

    Image Editing: 1032 points.
    Video Encoding: 2164 points.
    Multitasking testing: 1235 points.
    Overall score: 1477 points.

    Typical system config:
    i7 920
    GTX 275
    P6T-D v2
    DDR3-1600 3x2gb
    Vertex 60gb
    Win7x64

    All power saving features enabled and default clocks.
     
  14. steveo_mcg

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    Just incase any one is interested in the results of prewar machine
    Results:

    Image editing: 612 points.
    Video encoding: 795 points.
    Multitasking testing: 486 points.
    Overall score: 631 points.

    Athlon 64 x2 4600 stock (939)
    In a A8N-SLI 2gb ddr running xp
     
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    Image Editing: 1176
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    overall score: 1500 points.
     
  16. gavomatic57

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    Image editing: 315 seconds with 15% average CPU usage.
    Image editing: 1192 points.
    Video encoding: 369 seconds with 39% average CPU usage.
    Video encoding: 2224 points.
    Multitasking testing: 165 seconds with 24% average CPU usage.
    Multitasking testing: 1133 points.
    Overall score: 1516 points.

    Stock i7 920, 6gb RAM and a P6T, Vista x64
     
  17. steveo_mcg

    steveo_mcg New Member

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    And now with stock athlon II 250 with 2gb ram in single chanel (boobed when i ordered)

    Image editing: 810 points.
    Video encoding: 1146 points.
    Multitasking testing: 587 points.
    Overall score: 848 points.
     
  18. KayinBlack

    KayinBlack Currently Rebuilding

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    Image editing: 1141 points.
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    Multitasking testing: 1120 points.
    Overall score: 1268 points.


    Not too shabby for only three cores...
     
  19. Initialised

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    Results:

    Image editing: 1657 points.
    Video encoding: 3649 points.
    Multitasking testing: 1598 points.
    Overall score: 2301 points.

    Benchmarks finished.

    Can't tell you what CPU I'm running yet ;-), 24GB RAM @ 1465MHz 9-9-9-24, win 7, 500GB Deskstar.
     
  20. Saivert

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    how are the points calculated?
     
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