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graysky
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new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

Post by graysky » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:03 am

Techarp is hosting a new HD x264 benchmark. Have a look and run it on your system to help populate the data table.

Basically, you run the test encode of an HD sample (1280x720) and it will report back frames-per-second values for your machine @ it's clock/overclock level. You can run it at your stock settings and at your overclock settings to see how your machine compares to others in the database.

My goal is to have a representative set of data for many different chips and chipsets. Please just report your results here in this thread. I will keep the data at that url to keep things simple.

Thanks all and enjoy!

The following image will be updated automatically as new data comes in. It doesn't display any results, but it does show the number of data points collected so far and how they break down by CPU type:

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Post by AuraAllan » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:57 am

Done :)

E4500 (stock 11*200)
G33 chipset
2GB DDR2 RAM @ 400MHz 4-4-4-12
Win XP pro SP2 (build 2600)

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---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 24.22 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 24.14 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 24.24 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 24.22 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.16 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.18 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.18 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.16 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
Let me know if you want more info.
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Post by thejamppa » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:12 am

AMD X2 4000+
Core Speed: 2100,4 Mhz
Multiplier: 10,5x
Buss Speed: 200 Mhz
HyperTransport: 1000 Mhz

Chipset: Ati: RS690

Memory: DDR2 2 x 1 GB
Frequency: 200.0 Mhz
Clocks: 5-5-5-15
XP Pro SP2

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---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 21.14 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 21.23 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 21.24 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 21.26 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 4.81 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 4.83 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 4.81 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 4.82 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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Post by graysky » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:24 am

Thanks for the data, guys, will update the tables shortly with your results.

@thejamppa - is your 4000+ a Clawhammer (130 nm) or San Diego (90 nm). If you're unsure, CPU-Z will tell you on the first tab.

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Post by Mikael » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:49 am

graysky wrote:@thejamppa - is your 4000+ a Clawhammer (130 nm) or San Diego (90 nm). If you're unsure, CPU-Z will tell you on the first tab.
I can answer for him: It's a 65nm Brisbane core, as it has a 10.5 multiplier.

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Post by thejamppa » Sat Mar 15, 2008 5:56 am

Mikael wrote:
graysky wrote:@thejamppa - is your 4000+ a Clawhammer (130 nm) or San Diego (90 nm). If you're unsure, CPU-Z will tell you on the first tab.
I can answer for him: It's a 65nm Brisbane core, as it has a 10.5 multiplier.
Exactly, its Brisbane. Thanks Mikael ^^
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Post by graysky » Sat Mar 15, 2008 6:09 am

Cool, got it!

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Post by xit2050 » Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:06 am

E8400 (@3.6GHz, 9*400)
P35 chipset
2GB DDR2, 5-5-5-15 @ 400MHz
XP pro SP x32

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---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 39.92 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 40.21 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 40.23 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 40.23 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 10.58 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 10.57 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 10.59 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 10.59 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

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Post by toki_c » Sun Mar 16, 2008 2:16 pm

here are some results with E4300, IP35Pro, 4GB DDR2-800, vista x64:

2.4GHz(267x9)-890MHz-4-4-4-12-tRD4: average: 25.7675fps, 6.48fps

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.42 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.89 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.87 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.89 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.50 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.50 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.43 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.49 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

2.4GHz-890MHz-4-4-4-12-tRD6: average: 25.7675, 6.4675

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.51 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.94 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.86 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.76 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.49 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.43 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.44 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.51 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

2.4GHz-890MHz-5-5-5-15-tRD4: average: 25.5625, 6.4375

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.56 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.59 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.61 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.49 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.46 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.43 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.44 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.42 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

2.4GHz-1068MHz-5-5-5-15-tRD6: average: 25.8445, 6.50

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.69 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.97 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.90 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 25.82 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.51 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.50 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.48 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 6.51 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

2.8GHz(9x312)-936MHz-4-4-4-12-tRD4: average: 29.675, 7.5175

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.68 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.81 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.36 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.85 fps, 3905.08 kb/s
---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.46 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.50 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.56 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

I'm pretty confused, surprised with the effect of tRD. It seems that the RAM frequency has an important impact than the DDR2 latendies and tRD (MCH) latency is the last... It seems i would keep 2.8-3.0GHz 1066MHz-5-5-5-15-tRD4-5.
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Post by graysky » Sun Mar 16, 2008 3:25 pm

Wow dude, you tested the hell outta that system. Thanks for the data.

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Post by Silviu » Sun Mar 16, 2008 11:57 pm

Cpu: E6750 ( 2.66 GHz 8*333 stock )
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 P35 Chipset
Ram: Corsair 2 GB DDR2 400 5-5-5-18
OS: Vista Ultimate X86

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---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.94 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.91 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.91 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 29.89 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.57 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.57 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.58 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 7.56 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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Post by JimX » Mon Mar 17, 2008 12:27 am

XP Pro
P35 (IP35 Pro)
E6750 8x376=3008MHz
RAM 4GB 5-5-5-15 @376 1:1

---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 32.19 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 32.90 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 32.90 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 32.81 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 8.34 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 8.33 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 8.35 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
encoded 1442 frames, 8.32 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

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Post by graysky » Mon Mar 17, 2008 11:16 am

@Silviu and JimX - thanks for the data. Will update shortly.

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