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Is it expected that the Photo Persona benchmark in APublisher is a tad better than the benchmark in APhoto itself?


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3 minutes ago, Joachim_L said:

Is it expected that the Photo Persona benchmark in APublisher is a tad better than the benchmark in APhoto itself?

Consistently better? When I repeat the benchmark on the same app it can vary by about 500 each time

 

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What I can tell, is that the Raster (Single GPU) benchmark is always better in the Photo Persona (sometimes 200 points? more). The rest of the benchmark results vary a bit, sometimes better, sometimes not.


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On 9/17/2020 at 10:19 AM, Claudio60 said:

My 8 years old Alienware m17xr4:

Intel i7 3610qm 

Radeon 7970m, Intel hd4000

12gb ram

ssd Crucial mx500

Win 10 home 2004 build 19041.508

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I don't understand why on Raster (multi gpu) I had initially this results (1110)  and now I have this (232)

 

 

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 Is it correct to take the Raster multiple CPU  Number against Raster single GPU to see the greater performance number?
If so, the GPU would be ~18 times greater in performance within Affinity Photo. 😳


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1 hour ago, Andy Somerfield said:

;)

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Cheers Andy, I was hoping we might start to see some M1 benchmarks, think this is an industry first for the M1 !

EDIT: These figures are awesome compared to all my devices, I guess this was on the SDK so the actual device can't be identified but how about memory, was there 16GB or more installed, it's the only thing stopping me from ordering a M1 silicon device.


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1 hour ago, Andy Somerfield said:

;)

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I kept hoping to see some M1 benchmarks. That is incredible performance for the processor that is included in even the cheapest starter Mac! It is rather competitive even on raster GPU, especially considering it is integrated graphics, but its vector performance is incredible. 

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On 11/12/2020 at 3:49 PM, Andy Somerfield said:

Paul,

The numbers are from a real M1 device (not the DTK). It was a 16GB device.

Cheers,

A

Cheers Andy, Mac Mini duly ordered ! Delivery expected early December 😀

EDIT: Happy days it arrived already, my results added for M1 Mac mini 16GB 1TB  !!

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3 hours ago, Andy Somerfield said:

;)

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I moved away from Apple few years ago and so far, i stay where i am with my PC setup. I am very interested where Apple is going with ARM and the M1. Benchmarks are okay, but how did you experience the overal performance while working? Did you stress test it with big (vector) documents?

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;Windows 10, Ryzenf 3400G with integrated Graphics. Acceleration turned on.

Affinity Photo crashes before reporting the third test (Raster multi-CPU).

Vector/single CPU - 240

Vector/multi CPU - 963

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Mac Mini 2018 – Mac OS 11.01

6-core i7 – 64GB RAM

AMD RX5700  in a ASUS XG-Station-Pro eGPU (TB3 enclosure):

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So the external GPU sure packs a punch.  The M1 GPU is going to have to double its performance to match the RX 5700, which is 2019 tech. 

The soon-to-be-released RX 6800 "Big Navi" apparently will double its performance again!  

https://wccftech.com/hands-on-with-big-navi-amd-radeon-rx-6800-series-first-look/

 

 

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