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Please also comment if the results are (substantially) improved over previous versions.

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Apparently I didn't post a shot of just this GPU in the 1900 thread, but I do have a combined GTX 1650 + RTX 2080 SUPER (eGPU) here:

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/124022-benchmark-1900-results/&do=findComment&comment=681713

 

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Results from latest beta, as requested!

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43 minutes ago, Mark Ingram said:

You don't appear to have hardware acceleration enabled in Edit > Preferences > Performance ;-)

Right, I can't enable hwa because I have a Radeon RX5600 installed.

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I assume that even though this is a Windows beta topic that since Mac users were also posting to the beta 1900 topic, it is OK for me to post my results from my iMac here. I am running Catalina on my 2020 iMac & tested with the Mac AP 1.9.2.229 beta.

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As I mentioned in a different topic, note that the benchmark version number shows as "19001920." Can I assume this is a minor bug in the Mac beta & not something unique to my iMac?

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3 hours ago, Mark Ingram said:

 try updating your Intel GPU drivers, as your Intel chip is actually causing the benchmark to slow down when it's in use

Intel Driver and Support Assistant tells me that all my intel drivers are up to date!

However, I'm currently running my monitor on the iGPU because the drivers for the AMD Radeon R7, which until very recently, including for previous Benchmark tests, was "powering" my monitor, via HDMI, kept causing freezes in my video editing software whenever I tried to drag a video object along the editing timeline!  Each time the freeze occurred the situation could be corrected only by using Task manager to force-close the video editor but once that was achieved the Radeon Crash Reporter opened and invited me to send a report to AMD, which I did.  After this had happened for the third or fourth time in an editing session I wondered whether this was another example of the latest AMD Radeon drivers being "suspect".  So I moved the monitor input from the Radeon to the Intel iGPU; result, no freezes despite my best attempt to trigger one (by rapidly dragging a video object backwards and forwards on the editing timeline).

I then decided to remove all the Radeon software and then reinstall it, but this time, only as "up to date" as the most recent "recommended" (by the Radeon software installer) driver which is, I think about two "official releases" behind the "latest".   The installed driver is 20.11.2, I believe the latest is 21.2.3.

I've seen that the Radeon card is still being used for "calculating video effects" during my video exports (so I'm happy that it is still being used). 

In connection with the Benchmark tests, would you like me to see what happens if I "swap back" the monitor input (from the iGPU to the Radeon)?  I think I may do this anyway, just to satisfy myself that it was that newer driver that was the problem.

At the moment there is no evidence at all that I have experienced that drivers for Radeon "R" cards are as problematic for Affinity as those for the "RX" cards.  However, one does perhaps begin to wonder...???

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EDIT: So I switched the inputs to my monitor from the iGPU back to the Radeon card.  The "updated" Benchmark results are here:

 

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Interesting, these seem to be a bit worse in GPU part from the previous 1920 benchmark I took and posted in the old thread here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/136874-benchmark-1920-results/&do=findComment&comment=756095

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On 3/14/2021 at 9:18 AM, TEcHNOpls said:

Interesting, these seem to be a bit worse in GPU part from the previous 1920 benchmark I took and posted in the old thread here: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/136874-benchmark-1920-results/&do=findComment&comment=756095

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6156 vs 6104 are effectively the same scores (you won't get exactly the same score for each run).

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I have an increase in productivity on all counts.

But in Raster (Multi CPU) I got a noticeable drawdown.

Not sure if this is good.

Conducted two tests, restarting the computer. The result has hardly changed.

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Forgot to add in my M1 Mac Mini results, again I assume this is ok to post here since we are using the Windows Benchmark results for comparison across platforms.

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And my ancient 1st gen 9.7” iPad Pro results. Hopefully someone with the new M1 iPad Pro will post their results, I expect performance similar to my M1 Mac Mini.

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