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Test on MAC Book Pro 15'' 2017:

 

Intel Core I7 2,8Ghz (quad core)

Lucianos-MacBook-Pro:Downloads lucianovigano$ sysctl -n machdep.cpu.brand_string

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz

Memory: 16GB 2133 LPDD3

Left the default video card: Intel HD Graphics 630 1,5G shared

 

Time: 6:13

 

In attach the top command.

 

Ciao!

Luciano

 

 

top.sample

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I am trying this butI have a difficult time finding a right macro, I have installed Affinity free macros so there are a lot of

them.

I have read instructions how to import this macro via Library etc, but I would help if I knew the name of this macro.(is it speed, if so, I don't see it in the list. I have to try again this evening)

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, AlexMachine said:

I am trying this butI have a difficult time finding a right macro, I have installed Affinity free macros so there are a lot of

them.

I have read instructions how to import this macro via Library etc, but I would help if I knew the name of this macro.(is it speed, if so, I don't see it in the list. I have to try again this evening)

 

 

 

 

the name is

drawing effect .2

thanks for trying/ sharing :)


 

 

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8.16 mins.

MSI Dominator laptop. Intel i7-7700HQ 2.8Ghz, 4 cores, 8 threads. (7th gen)

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 6GB Ram.

Kingston 1x16GB ram DDR4,

Toshiba SSD 265 hard drive.

should be faster I think, but have to check settings and try again.

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2 hours ago, AlexMachine said:

8.16 mins.

MSI Dominator laptop. Intel i7-7700HQ 2.8Ghz, 4 cores, 8 threads. (7th gen)

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 6GB Ram.

Kingston 1x16GB ram DDR4,

Toshiba SSD 265 hard drive.

should be faster I think, but have to check settings and try again.

thanks

maybe you can try the beta and see if it makes any difference in the benchmark/ in real use, it is supposed to be much faster 

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/45887-affinity-photo-customer-beta-16081/

(or just look at it again after the next update)

 

cheers 


 

 

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On 12/30/2016 at 1:15 PM, anon1 said:

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Seems all the info for this thread is now gone, dose anyone happen to have a copy of the macro and instructions?

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I've attached my copy of MBd's *.macros file. Select the 'Welcome...' option on the Help menu, choose 'View Samples' and load the 'bang' sample document. To use the macro, go to the Library panel and import it by clicking on the 'hamburger' menu at the top right of the panel, choosing 'Import Macros...' and browsing to the downloaded file. Look for 'drawing effect .2' at the bottom of the Library panel, and then click on that entry to run the macro.

 

Macros_speed.afmacros


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Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 1.7.1.404 • Windows 10 Home (4th gen Core i3 CPU)
Affinity Photo for iPad 1.7.1.143 • Designer for iPad 1.7.1.1 • iOS 12.4 (iPad Air 2)

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Awesome, thank you!

 

CPU: i7 7700K (No overclocking I know it's strange but I like waiting a couple years after I buy a system to overclock.)

Ram: 32GB  14,14,14,35  1070Mhz

Video Card: 970 GTX 4GB

OS: Windows 10 64-bit

Storage: Samsung 850 Pro SSD

Time Taken: 5:34

All default settings in AP.

 

 

Notes:

One of the reasons I wanted to do this benchmark was to see how much of the video card AP used.

This task really didn't use the video card. 

CPU stayed at 98~100% the whole time.

GPU stayed at 0-1% load with only 248MB of VRAM used.  

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On 7/31/2017 at 4:30 PM, cr4zy3lgato said:

Please report:

Here is the result for my desktop PC, the cores were at 100% the whole time, but they stayed at 50 Celsius, so no thermal throttling.

>> Time it took to finish the macro 9 min 30 sec

>> CPU Model Year i5 4590 Haswell (2014)

>> GHz min and max (turbo) 3.3GHz (turbo 3.7GHz)

>> CPU Cores (2,3,4..?) 4 cores

>> GPU Model MSI GTX 960

>> RAM DDR3 3x4Gb 1866MHz

 

 

 

Sorry to revive an old thread, but I have replaced my i5 4590 for an i7 4770k overclocked to 4.2Ghz with 4 cores and 8 cores hyperthreading and my time got down to 6 min 25 sec. I also have 2x8Gb and 2x4Gb of RAM now

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