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    Post your Arauna Ray tracing CPU Results


    This is carried over from THIS thread here http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=242204 ..

    We decided to create a new thread for results of this Little Demo / Bench.
    After seeing the above Time of Light Thread on XS, The man behind the Arauna Ray tracing engine has kindly made this little Benchmark up, that runs through a 3D map rendered using Ray Tracing on your CPU. This also runs correctly on all Modern CPU's.

    So a big thanks to Jacco Bikker for the Bench, and to TalonMan for bring our attn to this neat renderer.

    Please note at no time is the GPU used for this bench.

    Araun Tech:
    http://igad.nhtv.nl/~bikker/

    "Arauna is a real-time ray tracer. Its primary goal is to render realistic 3D images of virtual worlds, using geometry, materials and lights"

    Features:

    * Real-time ray tracing of large triangle meshes (up to 2M per 1GB of memory)
    * Full HDR pipeline with post-processing for HDR glow
    * Recursive reflection and refraction
    * Accurate shadows from an unlimited amount of point lights
    * Texturing with bilinear filtering and normal mapping
    * Support for dynamic objects
    * Unlimited light sources (though the number of lights affecting one pixel should be limited)
    * Full Phong shading model (ambient, diffuse, specular) with attenuation
    * Hand-tuned SIMD code for extremely efficient ray tracing and shading
    * Loads OBJ files for meshes and TGA files for textures





    DOWNLOAD:
    Latest package HERE: http://igad.nhtv.nl/~bikker/files/arauna_bench.zip

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    1. Download package, and extract files into Arauna Folder.

    2. Run Benchmark.exe, and ENSURE YOU DONT HIT ANT KEYS during the benchmark.

    3. The program will take you through the map, and record Frames renderd. the loop takes about 2minutes, then will instantly start over.

    At this point, the LAST CYCLE counter will freeze, and the FRAMES counter will reset and begin counting again. THE LAST CYCLE reading IS YOUR RESULT.
    For best results however, you need to let it run through a 2nd Cycle, The next reading should always be higher. I have found 2 cycles is enough, further runs should have no increase in score.

    4. POST A SCREENSHOT OF YOUR RESULT, And include System Details

    * Pls State exact frequency during benchmark if using Turbo mode on your CPU!!

    Further notes:

    * This Benchmark is Multithreaded. It's been found to have good results up to 8 cores, but varying success beyond this. Please post your findings

    New findings:
    * Memory Bandwidth is VERY important, as is the whole Cache-memory controller susbsystem : Aside from aiming for low latency, high frequency:
    *Core 2 Owners.. Push that FSB
    *Athlon/ Phenom / Core ix Owners, push that CPU-NB aka UNcore!
    .

    makes a bit difference and is crucial at high clockspeeds.

    Get benching.. and also check out the Time of light Pinball Thread at the top of the page!


    ======================== ~ARAUNA XS RANKING~ ===================

    OVERALL RANKING:


    #1 ---- 9056 - justin.kerr -------------Intel Core i7 980X ------- 4525Mhz
    #2 ---- 8849 - gosmeyer ------------Intel Core i7 980X ------- 4509Mhz4/8-- DDR3-1600 8-8-8-24

    #3 ---- 8491 - Rubycon -------------Intel Core i7 980X ------- 4368Mhz4/8--



    ----- #4 ---- 7640 - STEvil ----------Intel Xeon ES Hex core-------- 4000Mhz -- 6/12-

    -----#5------ 7095 - rge --------------Intel Core i7 950--------- 4807Mhz -- 4/8--

    -----#6----- 6731 - -=DVS=- ---------Intel Core i7 920-------- 4299Mhz --

    ----- #7 ---- 6497 - Rubycon -------------Intel Xeon W3520--------- 4368Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-1866 7-7-7-18

    ----- #8 ---- 6460 - gmat -------------Intel Core i7 975EE------- 4142Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-2000 8-8-8-24 [/SIZE]

    ----- #9 ---- 6412 - chickenfeed ----------Intel Core i7 920---- 4000Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-1600 7-7-7-20

    ------#10---- 6329 - dengyong -------Intel Core i7 920--------- 4200Mhz

    ----- #11---- 6087 - Pyr0 -------------Intel Core i7 920--------- 3800Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-1810 8-8-8-24

    ----- #12 ---- 5926 - Lightman --------AMD Phenom II X6 1090T----4280Mhz -- 6/6-- DDR3-1584 7-7-7-19

    ----- #13---- 5830 - DAK1640 ----------Intel Core i7 860--------- 3899Mhz -- 4/8--

    ----- #14 ---- 5799 - Tiltevros ----------Intel Xeon E5520-------- 2400Mhz -- 8/16-- *Low (35%) CPU utilisation

    ----- #15 ---- 5349 - bot@xs -------------Intel Core i7 860------- 3601Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-1800 7-7-7-21

    ----- #16 ---- 4904 - STEvil -------------Intel Xeon E5450 x 2---- 3600Mhz -- 8/8--]

    ----- #17 ---- 4850 - Gaul --------------Intel Core 2 Q9550------- 4450Mhz -- 4/4--

    ----- #18 ---- 4387 - VoodooProphetII --AMD Phenom II X4 965-- 4013Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR3-1604 7-7-7-21

    ----- #19 ---- 4310 - Toysoldier -------Intel Core 2 Q9550------- 3910Mhz -- 4/4--

    ----- #20 --- 4302 - mAJORD ---------AMD Phenom II X4 965--- 4060Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR3-1598 7-7-7-18

    ----- #21 --- 4265 - poke349 ---------- Intel Xeon X5482 x 2---- 3191Mhz -- 8/8-- FBDDR2-800 5-5-5-18

    ----- #22---- 4146 - BeepBeep2 -------AMD Phenom II X4 965--- 4050Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR2-1200 5-5-5-15

    ----- #23---- 4000 - Particle ----------AMD Opteron 2427 x 2---- 2385Mhz -- 12/12-- *Low (55%) CPU utilisation

    ----- #24 --- 3934 - Jokester_wild ----Intel Core 2 Q6600------- 3639Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR2-1092 5-5-5-18

    ----- #25 --- 3934 - Talonman --------Intel Core 2 Q6600------- 3736Mhz -- 4/4-- *Low (70%) CPU utilisation

    ----- #26 --- 3839 - mAJORD ----------AMD Athlon II X4 620---- 3705Mhz -- 4/4--

    ----- #27 --- 3768 - Cheffy ------------AMD Phenom II X4 940--- 3640Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR2-1110 5-5-5-15

    ----- #28---- 3760 - mAJORD ---------Intel Core i5 750--------- 2800Mhz -- 4/4--

    ----- #29 --- 3717 - freeloader --------AMD Phenom II X4 965--- 3600Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR3-1072 6-6-6-30

    ----- #30 --- 3326 - Mechromancer ----AMD Phenom II X4 940-- 3200Mhz -- 4/4-- DDR2-1066 5-5-5-15

    ----- #31 --- 3091 - WeldZilla ----------Intel Core 2 E8600------ 4569Mhz -- 2/2-- DDR2-1066 5-5-5-6

    ----- #32 --- 2661- poke349 -----------Intel Core i7 720QM----- 1596Mhz -- 4/8-- DDR3-1154 6-7-7-20

    ----- #33 ---- 2385 - kl0012 -------------Intel Core i3 530--------- 3051Mhz -- 2/4-- DDR3-1396 9-9-9-24

    ----- #34 --- 2290 - Bobsama ---------Intel Pentium DC E6300-- 4000Mhz -- 2/2--

    ----- #35 --- 1410 - DAK1640 ----------Intel Core 2 P8600------ 2395Mhz -- 2/2--



    ------------CLASS RANKINGS - TOP 3:------------



    DUAL & TRI CORE:

    #1 --- 3091 - WeldZilla ----------Intel Core 2 E8600------ 4569Mhz

    ----- #4 ---- 2385 - kl0012 -------------Intel Core i3 530--------- 3051Mhz

    ----- #2 --- 2290 - Bobsama ---------Intel Pentium DC E6300-- 4000Mhz




    MULTI -SOCKET:

    #1 ---- 5799 - Tiltevros ----------Intel Xeon E5520-------- 2400Mhz

    -------#2 --- 4904- STEvil ---------Intel Xeon E5450 x 2--- 3600Mhz

    ------ #3 --- 4265- poke349 ------------ Intel Xeon X5482 x 2-- 3191Mhz
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    Thanks!
    I just wanted to post the screen shots in this thread:
    Quote Originally Posted by rge View Post
    Im on windows 7 64 bit, no problems. Ran it on my core i7 at normal 4.6GHz, ran fine. GPU is silent during run not loaded at all, CPU is about 80% load.

    Ran at 4.6GHz, this one scales better than pinball. 6518 at 4.6ghz


    btw the pinball game is not very linear with increasing mhz.
    3 ghz 14 fps
    3.8 17-18 fps
    4ghz 17-18 fps
    4.2 18-19
    4.4 18-19
    4.6 still 18-19

    4.4 ht off 14-15
    Quote Originally Posted by Pyr0 View Post
    just tried the new bench in win7 x64: 6032 @ 3.8GHz
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    rge used a i7 950 @ 4600 with 4/8.

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    Note the low CPU utilization. I know that's a known issue, but I think a star or something would make it less embarrassing.
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    Updated, Thanks for the error corrections!

    I'm commenting any resutls with less than 70% CPU utilisation.. Can anyone with less than that pls include Task manager in screenshot during a cycle..

    Thanks

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    3092, Mechromancer, Phenom II 940@3.2Ghz/2.4NB, 4/4, Hyperthreading off.

    EDIT: Upon closer ispection, it would appear on the surface that this program is bandwidth sensitive (kind of expected really). I run 8GB@DDR2-800. mAJORD is likely at 1066+ or on DDR3. He pulls 300 frames more than I do in a cycle. I will clock back up to 1066 for a run. I keep my mem at 800mhz usually for F@H 24/7 SMP stability.

    EDIT 2: I'm curious to know what a Core i5 or i7 will run at ~3.2Ghz if Turbo Boost and Hyperthreading are turned off. Can somebody give it a try?
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    4302 4.06Ghz

    Pls not new comments in OP.. Very bandwidth hungry!, Mechromancer is on the money, and will see an improvement at 1066.
    At the same time, CPU grunt and frequency counts.. you'll need to find a good balance for this bench, quite fun..

    Updated OP and removed my stock phenom score.

    -Edit. Will most likely include Memory specs in Ranking given the importance.. Pls post detials from now on.

    Goodnight for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechromancer View Post
    3092, Mechromancer, Phenom II 940@3.2Ghz/2.4NB, 4/4, Hyperthreading off.

    EDIT 2: I'm curious to know what a Core i5 or i7 will run at ~3.2Ghz if Turbo Boost and Hyperthreading are turned off. Can somebody give it a try?
    If I read your specs correctly you are at 3.2ghz, 2.4NB, 4/4, and mem 1066 at 5,5,5.

    My i7 is at 3.2ghz, 2.4NB, 4/4 (ht off, turbo off), but had to run my mem tad slower at 960, 6,6,6 18, cant match yours exactly since my native ram is 1600 7,7,7, and bios wont allow cas 5 to even be set. I got 4118. If I run my mem a tad faster at 1200, I got 4229, and get ~same with both intel and amd benchmarks

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    @RGE: I appreciate the test brother. Some of the specs in my sig are wrong. I'll update it tonight. I run my 8GB at 800mhz since I have all four mem slots populated and do heavy Folding@Home.

    About the Arauna, I'm wondering if it is using all the SIMD extensions on AMD CPUs, like SSE3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelan1777 View Post
    Hail fellow warrior albeit a surat Mercenary. I Hail to you from the Clans, Ghost Bear that is (Yes freebirth we still do and shall always view mercenaries with great disdain!) I have long been an honorable warrior of the mighty Warden Clan Ghost Bear the honorable Bekker surname. I salute your tenacity to show your freebirth sibkin their ignorance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechromancer View Post
    About the Arauna, I'm wondering if it is using all the SIMD extensions on AMD CPUs, like SSE3.
    Or it might not need it.

    Though I don't know anything about this program myself, all I can say is that not everything will benefit from SSE3.

    SSE2 has all the important stuff. SSE3 - SSE4 is merely the cherry on the pie.

    SSE3 adds some useful instructions for doing complex number arithmetic.
    SSSE3 and SSE4.1 adds instructions for video encoding.

    SSE4a adds some instructions which aid in bit-stream shifting.
    SSE4.2 adds hardware CRC support and a bunch of string crunching stuff...
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    Updated..

    go for it mechromancer.. 1066 shoudl see a noticable boost.

    Another tip for all.. due to the less than 100% CPU usage, you can generally aim for higher clocks than usual :p

    -Edit.. Wow nice RGE. did you play with RAm at all there or is it all frequency scaling

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    just my normal 8x ram multi and 7,7,7 21 timing...(ram speed I typically run is 8 x 192bclk or 1536 so did increase to 1672 just from increasing bclk from 192 to 210). I need an unlocked multi to up ram speed incrementally, my ram cant do 10x which would be 2090. uncore was at 18x.
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    Why, why on EARTH can't people make OS independent software?

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    What OS calmatory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAJORD View Post
    What OS calmatory?
    Linux

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    Some are working on it...
    http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=151677

    FYI - I am still looking for input about the dual CPU'ed mobo's performance in this thread: (I would love to hear some opinions.)
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=242754

    FYI - An outstanding post by dast: (It has some CPU numbers that you might like to see.)
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    With my memory at 1066 I get a much higher score of 3326:
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelan1777 View Post
    Hail fellow warrior albeit a surat Mercenary. I Hail to you from the Clans, Ghost Bear that is (Yes freebirth we still do and shall always view mercenaries with great disdain!) I have long been an honorable warrior of the mighty Warden Clan Ghost Bear the honorable Bekker surname. I salute your tenacity to show your freebirth sibkin their ignorance!

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