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Windows 8.1
Intel i7-3770 @ 3.4GHz
NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660
Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB
22GB RAM


Seems to be picking up my GeForce GTX 660 twice as there is (and always has been) a "Default" entry for the same graphics card in my Renderer drop-down menu.

Choosing the "Default (NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660)" entry or the "NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660" makes no difference to the (low) benchmark result.

 

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Windows 10
Intel i7-4720HQ @ 2.6GHz
NVIDEA GeForce GTX 960M
16GB RAM

Activating OpenCL made the benchmark test not finish. The first two values were noticably lower. The Raster value never showed up. I decided to kill APh after a couple of minutes. Though APh did not seem to hang.

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1 hour ago, carl123 said:

Windows 8.1
Intel i7-3770 @ 3.4GHz
NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660
Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB
22GB RAM


Seems to be picking up my GeForce GTX 660 twice as there is (and always has been) a "Default" entry for the same graphics card in my Renderer drop-down menu.

Choosing the "Default (NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660)" entry or the "NVIDEA GeForce GTX 660" makes no difference to the (low) benchmark result.

 

For the Renderer preference, this is normal. The first entry "Default" is saying, use the default card, and then it includes the name of the current default card. This can change on portable devices, depending on whether you are connected to power etc. After that it explicitly lists the names of your cards, so you can force a card to be used, regardless of power state.

But the double cards in the benchmark test is very interesting...

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42 minutes ago, dominik said:

Activating OpenCL made the benchmark test not finish. The first two values were noticably lower. The Raster value never showed up. I decided to kill APh after a couple of minutes. Though APh did not seem to hang.

Falls du einen PC mit Grafikkarte hast: versuche die Onboard-GPU im Gerätemanager abzuschalten/deaktivieren.
Nach einem Neustart solle es klappen - zumindest war es bei mir so.

Try disabling the onboard-grafix-unit (Device Manager) and try Benchmark again after a reboot.

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1 hour ago, Fritz_H said:

Falls du einen PC mit Grafikkarte hast: versuche die Onboard-GPU im Gerätemanager abzuschalten/deaktivieren.
Nach einem Neustart solle es klappen - zumindest war es bei mir so.

Try disabling the onboard-grafix-unit (Device Manager) and try Benchmark again after a reboot.

Hi @Fritz_H,

I tried this and indeed the benchmark finished without a problem and about the same results as with the onboard graphics. Unfortunately this 'confused' the task bar and icons got rearranged funny. Also it doesn's seem to play nice with my color profile of the calibrated monitor. So for now I go back to the long time proofen Intel graphics adapter.

Thanks anyhow. Here's the results:

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Considering this machine was salvaged from a skip...!

[Software]
Windows 10 (64-bit, version 10.0.19041)

[Hardware]
Processor architecture: X64
Physical memory: 4.00 GB (available 1.62 GB / 41%)
Display adapter 1: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 (1920x1080 32-bit 60Hz)

 

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@Sam Neil - this is a little unorthodox but I have a customer using Affinity Photo for Windows using a notebook CPU and they have very similar performance numbers to yours.

Can I ask, do you have any issues with opening and editing RAW files on your machine, or accessing the Tone Map Persona? 

This customers app 'hangs' each time he tries to do one of the above and it would be helpful to know if this is something to be expected with said performance, or if there might be something further slowing his machine down.

Many thanks in advance for any help you can provide :D

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Dan; 

This is my test PC, I have another machine where I use the trio all the time. But to my surprise it manages ok and does not hang.... Never access Tone Map Persona.

Hope this helps.

Sam

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2.93 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon
48 GB Ram
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 - 2 GB (Metal supported but not metal compute supported)
 

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Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6

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1. Fujitsu W410 PC, Windows 10 Pro (Version 2004), Intel I5-2400 @ 3.1 Ghz, 32GB RAM, NVIDEA QUADRO 600, Intel HD Graphics
2. MACBOOK 2016, Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5364e), 1.1GHz Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 515
3. iPad Pro 9.7" 2016 (First Gen), iPadOS 14, A9X + embedded M9, 2GB RAM
EDIT
4. These benchmarks allowed me to re-configure my Windows PC for better performance, thank you !

5. Splashed out on GTX 1650 (Low PSU wattage) 

6. M1 Mac mini 16GB 1TB Results added

 

1. Fujitsu W410 PC, Windows 10 Pro (Version 2004), Intel I5-2400 @ 3.1 Ghz, 32GB RAM, NVIDEA QUADRO 600, Intel HD Graphics

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2. MACBOOK 2016, Big Sur 11.0 Beta (20A5364e), 1.1GHz Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 515

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3. iPad Pro 9.7" 2016 (First Gen), iPadOS 14, A9X + embedded M9, 2GB RAM

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EDIT
4. These benchmarks allowed me to re-configure my Windows PC for better performance, thank you !

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2nd EDIT (2020-10-07)

5. Splashed out on a new graphics card because of these tests, BONUS,: Call of Duty is amazing on my new 2560x1440 monitors 🙂

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3rd EDIT
6. M1 Mac mini 16GB 1TB Results added

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iPad Pro 10.5, 1st Gen, A10X Fusion chip, Embedded M10 coprocessor, 4GB ram.

updated for beta 211

 

 

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Configuration:

  • MacBook Pro 16" 2019 — Base Model
  • 2.6 GHz Intel 6-Core i7
  • 16 GB 2667 MHz DDR 4
  • Intel UHD Graphics 630
  • AMD Radeon Pro 5300M
  • macOS Catalina 10.15.6

Get slightly different numbers when running the test several times, as probably to be expected. Anyway, here are some. 😉

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Strictly out of curiosity:

  • MacBook Pro 13" Late 2011
  • 2,4 GHz Intel Core i5
  • 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
  • Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB
  • macOS Sierra 10.12.16

Sorry, this is hard to read, but that’s the way the benchmark panel looks on Sierra:

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