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post #131 of 142
Is there any progress on a new/final version of this nice benchie?
Would love to see it submited to HWBOT smile.gif
post #132 of 142
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Had to jerry rig an update today, now on v0.5.7.2.

SystemCompute v0.5.7.2.zip 2908k .zip file

Main differences are a number of optimisations. I took out the M-GPU code (buggy), this is now an S-GPU only benchmark for the time being, like SPI for GPUs.

At the beginning the user is asked if they want the CPU or AMP tests smile.gif No overall score, just a CPU or AMP score.

Changelog:
Code:
// v0.5.7 : Back to S-GPU
//              : Either CPU or AMP, not both
// v0.5.6 : Big change in n-Body example
// v0.5.5 : Add in N-Body from Example
//              : Add in M-GPU NBody
// v0.5.4 : Optimisations
//              : Add in OS detection
// v0.5.3 : Optimisations
//              : 3DPMo-AMP now is blinding.  Turns out calculating the random numbers 
//                first then making them reads is better
//              : Each Test will now do a progressively difficult-er test and find the peak value
//                This is so newer hardware is tested to a limit.
//              : Limit is still 2GB
// v0.5.2 : Optimisations
//              : Significantly improved AMP 2D/3D by removing mem transfers
//              : Minor adjustment to scoring algoritm
// v0.5.1 : Optimisations
//              : Tiled the MatrixMul
//              : Significantly improved CPU 3DPMo
//              : Minor adjustments to NBody + CPU Ex
// v0.5 : Added CPU NBody
//              : Added CPU 3DPMo
//              : Added AMP 3DPMo
//              : Adjusted Scoring Algorithm
//              : Compiled with /fp:fast and /arch:SSE2
// v0.4 : Added CPU detection 
// v0.3 : Added AMP MatMul
// v0.2 : Fixed Score calculation
//              : Added 2D IMP CPU
//              : Made it look nicer
// v0.1 : Initial Build
//              : 2D-CPU
//              : 3D-CPU
//              : 2D-AMP
//              : 3D-AMP

What can we do about a wrapper Genie? biggrin.gif Let me know what you need on my side in terms of output.
Edited by borandi - 1/31/13 at 4:29am
post #133 of 142
Thread Starter 
The main version is v0.5.7.2 - sorry if you downloaded v0.5.7, it had a nasty flaw in it.
The right version is 0.5.7.2 and it'll say so in the program, downloads have been updated smile.gif
post #134 of 142
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Some v0.5.7.2 scores

CPU Scores:

394905: 3930K @ 4.4 GHz, 1600 C9: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
346365: 3960X @ Stock, 2133 C10 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

GPU Scores:

97596: GTX560 at stock, on 3930K @ 4.4 GHz, 1600 C9, Win7 SP1, 306.23, PCIe 2.0 x16: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
138958: GTX580 at stock, on 3960X @ Stock, 2133 C10, Win7, 310.90, PCIe 2.0 x16: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by borandi - 1/31/13 at 4:52am
post #135 of 142
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What can we do about a wrapper Genie? biggrin.gif Let me know what you need on my side in terms of output.

I will see what I can come up with smile.gif Will let you know when/if I need something out of it.
post #136 of 142
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I was looking at the HWBot API for new benchmarks. Seems simple enough as I can output an XML file, although I'm lost with respect to the encoding or the screenshot, which I know you're au fait with smile.gif.
post #137 of 142
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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

I was looking at the HWBot API for new benchmarks. Seems simple enough as I can output an XML file, although I'm lost with respect to the encoding or the screenshot, which I know you're au fait with smile.gif.

TBH I considered doing an external command line application to do the CPUZ/GPUZ/screenshot/encryption etc for HWBOT submissions so that newcomers don't have to invest time into reinventing wheel.
That being said I will work on it, but if you also want a GUI besides that let me know, I'll be glad to help you out.
post #138 of 142
Just ran v0.5.7.2 on my sig rig.

CPU score:

242513: i5 760 at 4.3GHz, 1600 c9

GPU score:

113549: GTX 470 at 797MHz core, 1744MHz memory clock on an i5 760 at 4.3GHz, 1640MHz c9, win 8, 310.90, PCI-E 2.0 x8

(ignore the default clocks in the GPU-Z window, I flashed higher clocks to go over 940MHz core. stock is 607MHz core, 1674MHz mem as far as I remember)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The card tested is one of a pair in SLI, I'll run it again if that matters.
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post #139 of 142
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike-IRL View Post

The card tested is one of a pair in SLI, I'll run it again if that matters.

In order to get it to run at 2.0 x16, the second card needs to be taken out thumb.gif Will be interesting to see what you get.
post #140 of 142
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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

In order to get it to run at 2.0 x16, the second card needs to be taken out thumb.gif Will be interesting to see what you get.

I know, I was actually just wondering if there was any overhead introduced by enabling SLI itself.
Having just run two tests with it on, I turned off SLI and at the same clocks the results with it off were slightly better.
It's only two tests and the difference is small so it's irrelevant really but I did it anyway. upsidedwnsmiley.gif
Warning: SLI on (Click to show)
Warning: SLI off (Click to show)

I have an assignment to do for tomorrow so I'll get results at x16 up once I'm finished it. smile.gif

Edit: Also I just realised I moved the program between the tests so just ignore them, the difference could be because I moved it.
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