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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #200 on: August 15, 2013, 09:54:44 am »

I'm curious; how overclockable are Haswell and Ivy Bridge chips?
I keep reading about how both have thermal issues that we did not see with the Sandy Bridge processors.

My 2500K at 4.5GHz - which was considered to be a "safe" overclock at the time (as you didn't have to push the voltages up much at all) scores over 5000 on JRmark.
I wonder if the chips are faster at stock speeds, but didn't really gain much overall when you are comparing overclocked systems.

Matt is approaching 5800 with his, but I suspect a lot of that has to do with it being an i7 with 8 threads more than anything else.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #201 on: August 19, 2013, 06:44:50 pm »

A little comparison between 18 and 19 (with a 3770K overclocked to 4.3MHz).

MC 19

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.150 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.094 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.904 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.601 seconds
Score: 2815

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.242 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.339 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.439 seconds
    Small renders... 1.001 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.647 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.430 seconds
Score: 7101

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.346 seconds
    Populate database... 1.032 seconds
    Save database... 0.291 seconds
    Reload database... 0.052 seconds
    Search database... 0.793 seconds
    Sort database... 0.765 seconds
    Group database... 0.566 seconds
Score: 5591

JRMark (version 19.0.29): 5169


MC 18

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.171 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.095 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.816 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.622 seconds
Score: 2834

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.276 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.343 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.437 seconds
    Small renders... 1.001 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.645 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.429 seconds
Score: 7028

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.348 seconds
    Populate database... 1.090 seconds
    Save database... 0.303 seconds
    Reload database... 0.043 seconds
    Search database... 0.802 seconds
    Sort database... 0.750 seconds
    Group database... 0.624 seconds
Score: 5430

JRMark (version 18.0.212): 5097
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #202 on: October 13, 2013, 03:03:31 pm »

What is the JMark needed to upsample to DSD128?
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #203 on: October 13, 2013, 03:52:55 pm »

Hi: Here are my result's.

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4.150 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.338 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2.276 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.322 seconds
Score: 1884

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.203 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.740 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.831 seconds
    Small renders... 1.679 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.112 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.781 seconds
Score: 4115

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.464 seconds
    Populate database... 2.698 seconds
    Save database... 1.132 seconds
    Reload database... 0.367 seconds
    Search database... 1.334 seconds
    Sort database... 1.118 seconds
    Group database... 0.743 seconds
Score: 2737

JRMark (version 19.0.32): 2912


 I'm running a Quad Core i5-760(2010)2.8, a nvidia 610GT Video card,4GB ram ddr-3 1333 (Kingston), Soundblaster audio card (7.1)..... so what parts & in what order should I upgrade to take max advantage of what JRiver offers for both audio &video??? Also currently running a Redemere 40ft HDMI cable from my PC to my Yamaha RX-A1000 to be able to use it(PC) as a HTPC.Thanks for any help in advance
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #204 on: October 15, 2013, 02:33:56 pm »

Did anyone ever determine what a reasonable/minimum score is for each version of MC?

My HTPC is one of those tiny Dell boxes (Inspiron Zino HD) and it seems to do fine with 2 HD streams and WMC.

JRMark (version 18.0.206): 770

I have not seen a response to this.

I have a Mac Mini from late 2006 running 10.6.8 Mac OS Extended with 1 G memory and 500 G hard drive. I have the 30 trial version of MC 19 up and running using cheap speakers plugged into the head phone socket. My main audio source is vinyl played on a VPI Scout II with a low output moving coil cartridge. It runs through a 3.5 watt SET amp and Lowther DX-4 speakers.

I get a JRMark of 941.

I've ripped over 200 CDs using ITunes in Apple Loss Less format. My brother in law is sending me his Peachtree DAC to use. I will only be using the Mac as a music server. Any comments on how well my setup will work? Sound quality? What would be the best output settings to use in MC?
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #205 on: October 15, 2013, 10:12:00 pm »

I'm guessing that most audio related features will work, though you might have some difficulty with DSD.

I think it's recommended to have a JRmark score of 2000+ for stereo DSD playback. (higher for multichannel)
It may be possible to bitstream DSD on slower hardware though. I'm not really sure.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #206 on: October 16, 2013, 10:25:37 am »

I'm guessing that most audio related features will work, though you might have some difficulty with DSD.

I think it's recommended to have a JRmark score of 2000+ for stereo DSD playback. (higher for multichannel)
It may be possible to bitstream DSD on slower hardware though. I'm not really sure.
Thanks.  I need to find a really good small ITX combo then.   :-\
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #207 on: October 17, 2013, 11:36:03 am »

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.076 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.047 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.885 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.558 seconds
Score: 2894

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.274 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.349 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.546 seconds
    Small renders... 0.976 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.704 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.454 seconds
Score: 6663

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.328 seconds
    Populate database... 0.998 seconds
    Save database... 0.197 seconds
    Reload database... 0.081 seconds
    Search database... 0.820 seconds
    Sort database... 0.773 seconds
    Group database... 0.506 seconds
Score: 5806

JRMark (version 19.0.56): 5121
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #208 on: October 20, 2013, 02:51:23 pm »

I'm guessing that most audio related features will work, though you might have some difficulty with DSD.

I think it's recommended to have a JRmark score of 2000+ for stereo DSD playback. (higher for multichannel)
It may be possible to bitstream DSD on slower hardware though. I'm not really sure.

I've had the Peachtree DAC-IT up and running now for several days. All I have to play are ripped CDs. They play very well without any artifacts. In fact, they sound much better with the Mac Mini and DAC-IT combination then they did played on my Linn Genki CD player.  8).
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #209 on: October 20, 2013, 03:55:57 pm »

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.076 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.047 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.885 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.558 seconds
Score: 2894

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.274 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.349 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.546 seconds
    Small renders... 0.976 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.704 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.454 seconds
Score: 6663

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.328 seconds
    Populate database... 0.998 seconds
    Save database... 0.197 seconds
    Reload database... 0.081 seconds
    Search database... 0.820 seconds
    Sort database... 0.773 seconds
    Group database... 0.506 seconds
Score: 5806

JRMark (version 19.0.56): 5121

Can you post what your computer build is?
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool - My Results
« Reply #210 on: October 27, 2013, 09:29:08 am »

Hi,

Lenovo Thinkpad T430: Intel Core i5-3320M @ 2.60GHz, 7,7 GB RAM (Shown by JRiver System Information - what has Lenovo done ? ::)), intel HD4000, 35 W TDP, 2 cores, 4 Threads, Windows 7 U.S. Language; JRiver Video Settings: Red October HQ, Hardware acceleration enabled, No DTS HD dll installed; Streaming over USB to my lovely DAC+AMP

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4,168 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2,768 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2,343 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1,627 seconds
Score: 1742

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0,171 seconds
    Flood filling... 0,404 seconds
    Direct copying... 0,498 seconds
    Small renders... 1,331 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1,406 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 1,022 seconds
Score: 4554

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0,448 seconds
    Populate database... 1,448 seconds
    Save database... 0,693 seconds
    Reload database... 0,096 seconds
    Search database... 1,131 seconds
    Sort database... 1,064 seconds
    Group database... 0,725 seconds
Score: 3836

JRMark (version 19.0.54): 3377

My PC from Q4 2008: Intel Core2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 GHz, 6 GB RAM, GeForce 8800 GTS, 65 W TDP, 2 cores, 2 Threads, Windows 7 German Language; JRiver Video Settings: Red October HQ, Hardware acceleration enabled, DTS HD dll installed; Streaming over Ethernet to my lovely DAC+AMP

=== Benchmark läuft (bitte nicht unterbrechen) ===

Benchmark 'Mathematik' wird ausgeführt...
    Single-Thread Ganzzahlmathematik... 4,724 Sekunden
    Single-Thread Gleitkommamathematik... 2,979 Sekunden
    Multi-Thread Ganzzahlmathematik... 4,847 Sekunden
    Multi-Thread gemischte Mathematik... 3,089 Sekunden
Score: 1215

Benchmark 'Bilder' wird ausgeführt...
    Bild-Erstellung / -abbau... 0,379 Sekunden
    Flood filling... 1,564 Sekunden
    Direktes Kopieren... 3,306 Sekunden
    Small rendering... 2,978 Sekunden
    Bilinear rendering... 4,192 Sekunden
    Bicubic rendering... 2,509 Sekunden
Score: 1474

Benchmark 'Datenbank' wird ausgeführt...
    Datenbank erstellen... 1,174 Sekunden
    Datenbank befüllen... 2,637 Sekunden
    Datenbank speichern... 0,264 Sekunden
    Datenbank neu laden... 0,072 Sekunden
    Datenbank durchsuchen... 2,230 Sekunden
    Datenbank sortieren... 1,757 Sekunden
    Datenbank gruppieren... 1,222 Sekunden
Score: 2298

JRMark (version 19.0.54): 1662

Some Comments:
Playing High Res Music up to 24 bit 192 kHz is on both computers absolutely no issue - CPU utilisation mostly < 10%, DVD playback also no issue on both computers.

For playing Blu ray the picture changes, e.g. Shakira Live in Paris is on my old PC almost not playable - CPU utilisation almost between 90% - 100%. On the T430 CPU utilisation is between 40% - 85% but blu ray play is not absolutely smooth (Shakiras movements  ;D are some times a kind of unnatural slow motion). Other blu rays I have playing similar, but the Shakira blu ray with its fast changing light effects and fast movements its kind of extreme. So my conclusion from this is, for blu ray play back with Red October HQ settings HD 4000 is not sufficient. Also CPU could be a little bit stronger ?

It would be interesting which score card of the detailed JRMark benchmark results reflects mostly playing blu ray with Red October HQ, Hardware acceleration enabled, DTS HD dll installed?


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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #211 on: October 31, 2013, 07:07:31 pm »

I'm running a Quad Core i5-760(2010)2.8, a nvidia 610GT Video card,4GB ram ddr-3 1333 (Kingston), Soundblaster audio card (7.1)..... so what parts & in what order should I upgrade to take max advantage of what JRiver offers for both audio &video??? Also currently running a Redemere 40ft HDMI cable from my PC to my Yamaha RX-A1000 to be able to use it(PC) as a HTPC.Thanks for any help in advance

RAM.  As much as your motherboard supports, but I would at least double it.  If you cannot run 8GB RAM, I would start motherboard -> RAM.  That will improve your JMark to start.  If you would like to take full advantage of MC video (madVR Jinc), a GTX 660 or higher video card is the suggested starting point. 
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #212 on: November 02, 2013, 09:14:57 pm »

My new HTPC. A Haswell with no overclocking.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.789 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.335 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.220 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.779 seconds
Score: 2339

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.249 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.311 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.378 seconds
    Small renders... 1.016 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.693 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.420 seconds
Score: 7173

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.284 seconds
    Populate database... 0.878 seconds
    Save database... 0.140 seconds
    Reload database... 0.045 seconds
    Search database... 0.792 seconds
    Sort database... 0.699 seconds
    Group database... 0.511 seconds
Score: 6421

JRMark (version 19.0.60): 5311
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #213 on: November 15, 2013, 12:11:44 am »

Morning, picking up on this old post. My Notebook's benchmark result = JRMark (version 19.0.74): 2513.

My Notebook Config - Core i7 M620 2.67Ghz, 8GB, 500GB SATA and Win 7 Pro 64

IS the rating good, bad or average.

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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #214 on: November 15, 2013, 07:26:28 am »

Good not great.  Best machines are now over 5,000.

But yours is enough for anything MC does.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #215 on: November 15, 2013, 08:04:01 am »

500GB SATA

Replace that with an SSD will probably bring up that number by quite a bit.

Post your complete result and compare the the individual numbers with results from otehrs will show where the bottlenecks are.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #216 on: November 21, 2013, 09:53:10 am »


JMark:
MacBook Air 1.866 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB 1067 MHz DDR3

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 6.391 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 3.783 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 7.058 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 3.907 seconds
Score: 899

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 3.515 seconds
    Flood filling... 1.443 seconds
    Direct copying... 3.389 seconds
    Small renders... 3.294 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 5.088 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 2.371 seconds
Score: 1152

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 1.200 seconds
    Populate database... 4.432 seconds
    Save database... 0.384 seconds
    Reload database... 0.134 seconds
    Search database... 3.419 seconds
    Sort database... 2.205 seconds
    Group database... 1.883 seconds
Score: 1574

JRMark (version 19.0.76): 1208

I searched the forum but couldn't find any tuning tips.  I've found that I need to turn off a few pieces of software when running 24 bit 192 khz files and DSD isn't reliable even with huge (20 second) buffer times.  None of the work arounds are major and the latest MC 19 seems to be working great for me.  There's the occasional lock up probably due to file system interactions with some audio files on my remote file store on my Apple Time Capsule.  All and all a very nice application.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #217 on: December 28, 2013, 07:25:56 pm »

Intel I7-4771 # 3.50GHz
Linux Mint with JRiver running under Windows7 64 bit in VMPlayer
16 GB RAM
VM is on a Samsung 840 Evo SSD

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.864 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.428 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2.033 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.261 seconds
Score: 1982

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.143 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.437 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.656 seconds
    Small renders... 1.082 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.887 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.471 seconds
Score: 5987

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.205 seconds
    Populate database... 0.947 seconds
    Save database... 0.123 seconds
    Reload database... 0.048 seconds
    Search database... 0.891 seconds
    Sort database... 0.771 seconds
    Group database... 0.692 seconds
Score: 5846

JRMark (version 19.0.67): 4605
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #218 on: December 29, 2013, 12:33:56 pm »

Intel i5-4670K (Not Overclocked)
8GB Ram
Windows 8.0 x64
No Graphx or Audio Card
Mobo: Asrock Extreme6 X87


=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.958 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.440 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2.017 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.318 seconds
Score: 1952

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.233 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.334 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.495 seconds
    Small renders... 1.099 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.781 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.442 seconds
Score: 6504

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.192 seconds
    Populate database... 1.011 seconds
    Save database... 0.225 seconds
    Reload database... 0.032 seconds
    Search database... 0.875 seconds
    Sort database... 0.726 seconds
    Group database... 0.563 seconds
Score: 5932

JRMark (version 19.0.67): 4796
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #219 on: January 14, 2014, 10:38:05 pm »

So I guess the main factor in this is cpu(most importantly higher frequency)? All the ones I see busting 5000 are running cpu frequencies around the 4ghz or higher mark. I'm sure my score of 4600 is fine for everything but a little disappointed that my combination of i7-4770s(3.1, turbo 3.9), 8gb of 1600 ram, pretty fast intel 530 series SSD, and a GTX 670 didn't score a little better. So dedicated gpu is no factor? I mean I could go pull the $700 GTX 780 ti out of my other computer and throw it in and it wouldn't raise my score one bit would it? While technically it would be much more powerful rendering wise.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #220 on: January 14, 2014, 11:49:07 pm »

I get 5000 on the benchmark with an i7-3770K but I did OC it just using the ASUS tool.  Runs fine and stable.  The big benefit is I can now serve up to 3 transcoded video streams.  I guess the GPU is not much of a benefit it getting a higher score, though you need something decent to ROHQ.  Maybe one day the Benchmark Tool will include a GPU component.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #221 on: January 21, 2014, 07:54:30 pm »

i5 4670k (not overclocked)
ASRock Z87 Extreme4
G.Skill Trident X Series 8GB DDR3-2400 Memory
Samsung 840 EVO 120GB + plus storage drives
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Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.967 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.432 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2.109 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.292 seconds
Score: 1939

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.156 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.332 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.375 seconds
    Small renders... 1.093 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.833 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.458 seconds
Score: 6780

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.194 seconds
    Populate database... 1.030 seconds
    Save database... 0.258 seconds
    Reload database... 0.052 seconds
    Search database... 0.841 seconds
    Sort database... 0.743 seconds
    Group database... 0.557 seconds
Score: 5852

JRMark (version 19.0.108): 4857
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #222 on: January 21, 2014, 08:19:10 pm »

Here are my rMBP numbers.

Late 2012 Retina MacBook Pro
Win7 Home in Bootcamp
i5 - 2.6Ghz
8GB 1600 RAM
Intel HD4000
256GB SSD

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4.267 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.837 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 2.386 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.657 seconds
Score: 1704

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.183 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.423 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.535 seconds
    Small renders... 1.358 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.445 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 1.052 seconds
Score: 4404

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.429 seconds
    Populate database... 1.284 seconds
    Save database... 0.214 seconds
    Reload database... 0.060 seconds
    Search database... 1.124 seconds
    Sort database... 1.060 seconds
    Group database... 0.770 seconds
Score: 4352

JRMark (version 18.0.175): 3487
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #223 on: January 21, 2014, 08:27:38 pm »

haha.  hilarious.

Here is the Benchmark for my PC that serves everything else.  I dont watch much video on this PC but I do all of my importing, tagging and whatnot here.  Plus it runs 24/7 to serve music to JRemote and all music and video played on my HTPC is served from here.  The HTPC has a benchmark of 3500ish.

Good old workhorse POS Dell Dimension from at least 10 years ago.
Pentium 4
2.8 Ghz
3gb ram
Window XP

Do I win worst PC that is critical and used constantly?

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 14.412 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 9.361 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 14.928 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 14.543 seconds
Score: 357

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 1.207 seconds
    Flood filling... 1.934 seconds
    Direct copying... 3.998 seconds
    Small renders... 4.913 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 9.027 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 6.797 seconds
Score: 789

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 1.805 seconds
    Populate database... 6.072 seconds
    Save database... 0.995 seconds
    Reload database... 0.229 seconds
    Search database... 4.040 seconds
    Sort database... 2.985 seconds
    Group database... 2.391 seconds
Score: 1161

JRMark (version 18.0.206): 769
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #224 on: January 25, 2014, 12:35:18 pm »

Here's an interesting one:

Late 2012 Mac Mini
Intel Core i7-3720QM @ 2.6GHz
16GB RAM
1.12TB Fusion Drive

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=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.943 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.618 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.070 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.772 seconds
Score: 2261

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 1.117 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.481 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.921 seconds
    Small renders... 1.379 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.195 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.575 seconds
Score: 3881

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.517 seconds
    Populate database... 1.990 seconds
    Save database... 0.177 seconds
    Reload database... 0.063 seconds
    Search database... 1.166 seconds
    Sort database... 1.172 seconds
    Group database... 0.931 seconds
Score: 3573

JRMark (version 19.0.103): 3239

But, that machine runs Windows in Parallels Desktop 9 and:

Windows 8.1 x64
4GB RAM allocated
2 CPUs allocated

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=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.992 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.684 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 3.917 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 2.683 seconds
Score: 1431

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.455 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.427 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.514 seconds
    Small renders... 1.378 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.752 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 1.026 seconds
Score: 3963

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.259 seconds
    Populate database... 1.261 seconds
    Save database... 0.311 seconds
    Reload database... 0.049 seconds
    Search database... 1.032 seconds
    Sort database... 1.241 seconds
    Group database... 0.847 seconds
Score: 4301

JRMark (version 19.0.110): 3232
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #225 on: January 25, 2014, 01:01:31 pm »

Brand new NUC, D54250WYK (Haswell Core i5-4250U with HD5000). 16GB Corsair 1833Mhz DDR3L. Plextor 128GB M5M mSATA SSD. Windows 8.1 64-bit.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 5.841 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 3.574 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 3.564 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 2.242 seconds
Score: 1248

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.517 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.480 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.555 seconds
    Small renders... 1.594 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 2.043 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 1.290 seconds
Score: 3396

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.281 seconds
    Populate database... 1.325 seconds
    Save database... 0.219 seconds
    Reload database... 0.067 seconds
    Search database... 1.269 seconds
    Sort database... 1.430 seconds
    Group database... 0.874 seconds
Score: 3934

JRMark (version 19.0.110): 2859
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #226 on: February 01, 2014, 08:55:57 am »

brandnew HTPC mini-ITX board incl CPU, totally silent, 4GB Ram and SSD, Win7-64
Gigabyte GA-C1037UN-EU (rev. 1.0)


... much better than all these ATOM's :-)

=== Benchmark läuft (bitte nicht unterbrechen) ===

Benchmark 'Mathematik' wird ausgeführt...
    Single-Thread Ganzzahlmathematik... 7,562 Sekunden
    Single-Thread Gleitkommamathematik... 5,035 Sekunden
    Multi-Thread Ganzzahlmathematik... 7,550 Sekunden
    Multi-Thread gemischte Mathematik... 5,027 Sekunden
Score: 755

Benchmark 'Bilder' wird ausgeführt...
    Bild-Erstellung / -abbau... 0,338 Sekunden
    Flood filling... 0,702 Sekunden
    Direktes Kopieren... 0,949 Sekunden
    Small rendering... 2,514 Sekunden
    Bilinear rendering... 3,327 Sekunden
    Bicubic rendering... 1,952 Sekunden
Score: 2249

Benchmark 'Datenbank' wird ausgeführt...
    Datenbank erstellen... 0,696 Sekunden
    Datenbank befüllen... 2,442 Sekunden
    Datenbank speichern... 0,300 Sekunden
    Datenbank neu laden... 0,082 Sekunden
    Datenbank durchsuchen... 1,969 Sekunden
    Datenbank sortieren... 1,878 Sekunden
    Datenbank gruppieren... 1,079 Sekunden
Score: 2546

JRMark (version 19.0.74): 1850
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #227 on: February 04, 2014, 10:51:01 am »

Here's another interesting one...

Late 2013 Mac Pro (trash can)
12-core Xeon @ 2.7GHz
64GB RAM
1TB PCIe SSD
Dual AMD FirePro D700 GPUs

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=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4.102 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.735 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.578 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.400 seconds
Score: 2431

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 1.441 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.723 seconds
    Direct copying... 1.289 seconds
    Small renders... 1.446 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.186 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.547 seconds
Score: 3317

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.484 seconds
    Populate database... 1.959 seconds
    Save database... 0.339 seconds
    Reload database... 0.130 seconds
    Search database... 1.092 seconds
    Sort database... 0.942 seconds
    Group database... 0.817 seconds
Score: 3731

JRMark (version 19.0.103): 3160

Note: This machine was running Symantec Endpoint Protection with no exceptions enabled.  It had a fresh 10.9.1 image applied, and SEP, but not much else.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #228 on: February 04, 2014, 12:52:43 pm »

It looks like where the Pro mostly suffers is in the Image benchmarks.  Otherwise, it compares nicely with my Mini (crushes it in multithreaded tests, ties it roughly elsewhere).

I'm guessing drivers, or just a non optimized code path.  Could be the ECC penalty too, I suppose.

The image benchmark is also the one with odd variances between OSX native and Windows in a VM on the Mini.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #229 on: February 18, 2014, 09:39:47 am »

PC engines WRAP-2E running debian i386 Geode 266 Processor

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 192.823 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 226.002 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 369.816 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 465.462 seconds
Score: 15

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 86.924 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.005 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.006 seconds
    Small renders... 94.245 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.741 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 53.492 seconds
Score: 93

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 176.500 seconds
    Populate database... 344.588 seconds
    Save database... 10.298 seconds
    Reload database... 4.214 seconds
    Search database... 2.799 seconds
    Sort database... 0.019 seconds
    Group database... 0.101 seconds
Score: 40

JRMark (version 19.0.94): 49
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #230 on: February 18, 2014, 09:41:43 am »

The new Intel Galileo 1 was just about the same as the 8 year old PC Engines board.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #231 on: February 18, 2014, 09:49:36 am »

PC engines WRAP-2E running debian i386 Geode 266 Processor


JRMark (version 19.0.94): 49

Is it usable?
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #232 on: February 18, 2014, 09:53:27 am »

AMD E1-2100 APU with Radeon(TM) HD Graphics dual core Fanless mini-itx
KBN-I/2100
Running debian wheezy i386 linux on a usb stick

JRMark 600
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #233 on: February 18, 2014, 09:57:18 am »

Is it usable?
The WRAP works fine as a DLNA server. No sound card so I can only test the rendering with a null output device which shows it to be marginal. It has 192 megs of Ram.

The Galileo (256 Megs IIRC) has an audio output through USB, it may work as a DLNA audio renderer but it's got even less math support than the 8 year old Geode so it's difficult to run a vanilla linux OS on it.

The AMD works fine as an DLNA audio renderer.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #234 on: May 15, 2014, 11:10:51 am »

So I guess the main factor in this is cpu(most importantly higher frequency)? All the ones I see busting 5000 are running cpu frequencies around the 4ghz or higher mark. I'm sure my score of 4600 is fine for everything but a little disappointed that my combination of i7-4770s(3.1, turbo 3.9), 8gb of 1600 ram, pretty fast intel 530 series SSD, and a GTX 670 didn't score a little better. So dedicated gpu is no factor? I mean I could go pull the $700 GTX 780 ti out of my other computer and throw it in and it wouldn't raise my score one bit would it? While technically it would be much more powerful rendering wise.

Have been using MC for some time just found out about the Benchmark Tool when reading about PCM -> DSD transcoding(?) during playback.  Not sure if the "Math", "Image" and "Database" benchmarks have been explained, i.e., what they mean, elsewhere in this very long thread but would like to know more about the benchmarks and what impacts the composite JRMark, e.g., CPU frequency (speed?) as quoted above.

Is one benchmark more heavily weighted than the other 2?

Are there tweaks that can improve the score?

Thanks in advance.


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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #235 on: June 21, 2014, 04:37:02 am »

i5 4590s fixed under-clock at 3ghz
Asus H97 m/board
8gb ram under-clocked at 800mhz with tight timings
R7 260x video card
120gb Samsung SSD
Win 2012 R2 server

JRMark: 3800

running at full 3.7ghz - JRMark: 4900



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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #236 on: July 02, 2014, 08:28:54 pm »

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 2.060 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.288 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.125 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.304 seconds
Score: 2804

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.890 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.753 seconds
    Direct copying... 1.027 seconds
    Small renders... 1.712 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.161 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.975 seconds
Score: 3376
ASRock FM2A85X, AMD A10-6800, WD Black 2TB, 8 GB - windows 8.1
Everything is unmodded, un-overclocked.  I dont really know where to go to squeak out more performance but I guess I don't really need it?

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.322 seconds
    Populate database... 1.579 seconds
    Save database... 0.317 seconds
    Reload database... 0.056 seconds
    Search database... 1.482 seconds
    Sort database... 1.071 seconds
    Group database... 0.766 seconds
Score: 3845

JRMark (version 19.0.147): 3341
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #237 on: July 22, 2014, 10:45:15 pm »

HTPC as per my forum signature:
Lian Li PC-C60 case with Seasonic SS-660XP power.
ASRock Z77 Extreme6 MB, Intel Core i5-3570K. Noctua NH-C14.
16GB Corsair memory. Intel 520 SSD. Pioneer BDR-208EBK.
5x WD30EFRX Red 3TB (FlexRAID rejected. Monitored by HD Sentinel)
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.701 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.453 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.903 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 1.270 seconds
Score: 2037

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.169 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.391 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.472 seconds
    Small renders... 1.215 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.863 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.497 seconds
Score: 6099

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.261 seconds
    Populate database... 1.023 seconds
    Save database... 0.129 seconds
    Reload database... 0.035 seconds
    Search database... 0.934 seconds
    Sort database... 0.918 seconds
    Group database... 0.588 seconds
Score: 5528

JRMark (version 19.0.156): 4555


Client Workstation:
Lian-Li PC-60 Case with Seasonic SS-660XP power.
Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5. Intel Core i7 CPU 960 @ 3.20GHz with Corsair H50 cooler.
6GB (3x2G) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1333. Sapphire Vapor-X HD5870 1GB
Intel 520 SSD. Pioneer BDR-205 Blu-ray Disc Writer. 2x WD20EARX 2GB drives.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4.192 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.350 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.296 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.829 seconds
Score: 2192

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.189 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.722 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.758 seconds
    Small renders... 1.675 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 1.240 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.887 seconds
Score: 4022

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.289 seconds
    Populate database... 1.349 seconds
    Save database... 0.155 seconds
    Reload database... 0.041 seconds
    Search database... 1.206 seconds
    Sort database... 1.067 seconds
    Group database... 0.688 seconds
Score: 4484

JRMark (version 19.0.156): 3566


That'll do . . . well, until I find a video card I like, and am willing to use in a HTPC.

EDIT: Oops. I posted my Workstation benchmark earlier by mistake. I use that as a client sometimes. Should name my files better. :D  I've updated to the latest JRiver MC and run the benchmarks again. That looks even better.
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The JRMark score of the PC with an issue:    JRMark (version 26.0.52 64 bit): 3419
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« Reply #238 on: July 24, 2014, 09:17:13 am »

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Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 4.193 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.662 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.402 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.848 seconds
Score: 2087

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.400 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.348 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.507 seconds
    Small renders... 1.167 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.878 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.533 seconds
Score: 5739

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.189 seconds
    Populate database... 0.984 seconds
    Save database... 0.166 seconds
    Reload database... 0.051 seconds
    Search database... 0.869 seconds
    Sort database... 0.762 seconds
    Group database... 0.583 seconds
Score: 5968

JRMark (version 19.0.156): 4598

I'm pleased with that score! :D
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« Reply #239 on: July 24, 2014, 02:04:30 pm »

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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #240 on: July 26, 2014, 01:34:50 pm »

Asus Hero VII
Plextor m.2 SSD
Kingston 2400mhz ram, 16gb
Intel i7 4790k not overclocked
Asus R9 290x Directcu ii GPU
Seasonic 1200 Watt Platinum power supply

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.386 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.075 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 1.104 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.712 seconds
Score: 2611

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.278 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.276 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.296 seconds
    Small renders... 0.930 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.686 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.378 seconds
Score: 7736

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.155 seconds
    Populate database... 0.903 seconds
    Save database... 0.244 seconds
    Reload database... 0.041 seconds
    Search database... 0.685 seconds
    Sort database... 0.609 seconds
    Group database... 0.487 seconds
Score: 6885

JRMark (version 19.0.146): 5744
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« Reply #241 on: July 26, 2014, 02:43:59 pm »

Nice.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #242 on: August 17, 2014, 01:40:22 pm »

Asus Hero VII
Samsung 840 EVO SSD
GSkill Snipper 1866, 2 x 8 GB
Intel i7 4790k @ 4487Mhz on Air
Asus GTX 770 GPU
Asus Xonar DX Soundcard
Cooler Master 800W Silent Pro Gold PSU

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.289 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 2.015 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.979 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.619 seconds
Score: 2753

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.149 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.267 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.357 seconds
    Small renders... 0.902 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.673 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.371 seconds
Score: 8089

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.151 seconds
    Populate database... 0.825 seconds
    Save database... 0.158 seconds
    Reload database... 0.036 seconds
    Search database... 0.663 seconds
    Sort database... 0.587 seconds
    Group database... 0.396 seconds
Score: 7634

JRMark (version 19.0.146): 6159
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #243 on: August 17, 2014, 02:46:34 pm »

I think that makes you #1 now.  Congratulations!
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #244 on: August 18, 2014, 03:26:13 am »

Just wait until I build my new workstation system in 4-8 weeks! ;)
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« Reply #245 on: August 18, 2014, 07:31:13 am »

50 euros says you can't beat that mark.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #246 on: August 18, 2014, 11:55:31 am »

I think that makes you #1 now.  Congratulations!

It must be the "Snipper" RAM!

 ::) :P
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #247 on: August 18, 2014, 12:07:59 pm »

50 euros says you can't beat that mark.
I would hope an X99 system would beat it.
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #248 on: September 09, 2014, 09:23:05 pm »

First results from my Haswell-e i7-5820K build.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.122 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 1.918 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.595 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.398 seconds
Score: 3150

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.226 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.258 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.237 seconds
    Small renders... 0.877 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.645 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.349 seconds
Score: 8489

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.141 seconds
    Populate database... 0.801 seconds
    Save database... 0.210 seconds
    Reload database... 0.039 seconds
    Search database... 0.640 seconds
    Sort database... 0.565 seconds
    Group database... 0.559 seconds
Score: 7275

JRMark (version 20.0.14): 6305
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Re: JRMark -- JRiver's Benchmark Tool
« Reply #249 on: September 10, 2014, 02:05:14 am »

First results from my Haswell-e i7-5720K build.

=== Running Benchmarks (please do not interrupt) ===

Running 'Math' benchmark...
    Single-threaded integer math... 3.122 seconds
    Single-threaded floating point math... 1.918 seconds
    Multi-threaded integer math... 0.595 seconds
    Multi-threaded mixed math... 0.398 seconds
Score: 3150

Running 'Image' benchmark...
    Image creation / destruction... 0.226 seconds
    Flood filling... 0.258 seconds
    Direct copying... 0.237 seconds
    Small renders... 0.877 seconds
    Bilinear rendering... 0.645 seconds
    Bicubic rendering... 0.349 seconds
Score: 8489

Running 'Database' benchmark...
    Create database... 0.141 seconds
    Populate database... 0.801 seconds
    Save database... 0.210 seconds
    Reload database... 0.039 seconds
    Search database... 0.640 seconds
    Sort database... 0.565 seconds
    Group database... 0.559 seconds
Score: 7275

JRMark (version 20.0.14): 6305
I don't suppose it would be possible to run this without the GPU to see the image score with just the Haswell? Must be getting pretty good fro Madvr just by itself
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