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38 minutes ago, joern_ki said:

might be stupid... but where do I find the performance test???

Open Photo, don't create any Document, and go to the Help menu.

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System specs in signature.

 

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Win 10 Pro, i7 6700K, 32Gb RAM, AMD Radeon R7 360 and Intel HD530 Graphics

 

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On 9/20/2020 at 7:13 AM, joern_ki said:

might be stupid... but where do I find the performance test???

@joern_ki - in my beta 1.9.0.196, the help menu has two identical entries (in US english) that both say "Support" - the first entry is actually the benchmark utility.  My understanding is that not all translations from UK english have been implemented, causing the duplication.

Kirk

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On 9/20/2020 at 1:52 PM, Mithferion said:

Open Photo, don't create any Document, and go to the Help menu.

Best regards!

19 hours ago, kirkt said:

@joern_ki - in my beta 1.9.0.196, the help menu has two identical entries (in US english) that both say "Support" - the first entry is actually the benchmark utility.  My understanding is that not all translations from UK english have been implemented, causing the duplication.

Kirk

Thank you both! :)
Kirk, your answer was the right tip! ;)
It's not translated in German.

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3900X @ stock speeds.

32GB 3200MHz.

Nvidia GTX 1080 with Game Ready Drivers 452.06 (I don't know why the benchmark didn't run).

Windows 10 2004.

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 - Sys : Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz (8 CPUs), 16GB RAM
 - GPU 1: Intel HD Graphics 630, GPU 2: NVIDIA GTX1050, 4GB

 

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19 hours ago, ATP said:

3900X @ stock speeds.

32GB 3200MHz.

Nvidia GTX 1080 with Game Ready Drivers 452.06 (I don't know why the benchmark didn't run).

Windows 10 2004.

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Now with Hardware Acceleration. :)

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Well, I've waited almost nine years for an upgrade so I finally pulled the trigger—swapped everything out this afternoon and did a fresh install. Was sceptical about how much faster a new CPU and RAM combo would be over my old setup, but...

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i9 10850k at stock speeds, 64GB RAM 3200Mhz, 2070 Super. Might push for an overclock and see if that raster GPU score goes any higher. I'm also surprised that the integrated Intel 630 graphics beefs up the multi GPU score significantly, really wasn't expecting that..

I wonder if anyone's gotten hold of an nVidia 3080 yet?


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Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Build 19041)
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 3600Ghz; Mobo: Asus X470-PRO
32GB DDR4 (3000Mhz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060Ti 6GB

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Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Build 19041)
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 3600Ghz; Mobo: Asus X470-PRO
32GB DDR4 (3000Mhz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060Ti 6GB
Monitor 1: 4K @ 150%
Monitor 2: 1080p @ 100%

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On 9/16/2020 at 7:43 AM, nezumi said:

Ryzen 7 3700X
32GB RAM
GTX 1070

Windows 10 PRO version 2004

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Interesting. I'm on a Ryzen 5 3600 and my vector section tested significantly higher. They should at least be comparable. Rastor Multi-CPU was in the inverse though. Differences in RAM maybe?

 


Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Build 19041)
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 3600Ghz; Mobo: Asus X470-PRO
32GB DDR4 (3000Mhz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060Ti 6GB
Monitor 1: 4K @ 150%
Monitor 2: 1080p @ 100%

WACOM Intuos4 Large; X-rite i1Display Pro; NIKON D5600 DSLR

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Intel Core i7 860 2.80GHz (4 cores, 8 threads)
DDR3 2x8 GB 2400 MHz
GeForce GTX 560 (MSI) 1GB (GDDR 5)

Windows 10 (ver.: 2004)
(2010) 😉

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12 hours ago, debraspicher said:

Interesting. I'm on a Ryzen 5 3600 and my vector section tested significantly higher. They should at least be comparable. Rastor Multi-CPU was in the inverse though. Differences in RAM maybe?

 

Same amount and clock of memory :/

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