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    new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    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:

    Last edited by graysky; 18-03-2008 at 09:27 PM.
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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    3 days later no takers?
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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    I'll do it... will post results in a bit...

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    Sorry for the late reply... Not sure if you are interested in dated systems but here are my results
    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.41 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.50 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.50 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.50 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.59 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.59 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.58 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.59 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    Using Win XP

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 70.44 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 70.25 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 70.91 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 70.54 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.01 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 19.99 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.04 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.00 fps, 3952.85 kb/s


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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    @SiM - yeah man, older systems are cool to see. I was actually hoping someone with a pentium classic or ppro would do it. I used my old OLD p2-450 as you can see in the table.

    @RoBe - got it, thanks!
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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    I will have a crack later on for you.

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    ==============================
    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 61.45 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 62.61 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 62.44 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 62.31 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 16.88 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 16.89 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 16.88 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 16.90 fps, 3952.97 kb/s
    ===============================




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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    @moogle - thanks for the data, just lemme know what o/s you're running and if it's 32 or 64 bit.
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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    Will it help if I do this on my laptop too?

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    @SiM - only if you want to We have several other laptops in the mix.
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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 19.81 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.28 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.25 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.24 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.09 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.12 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.12 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.13 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    i only have my MacBook with me atm but will do it when i get my pc back from uni in a few days

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by graysky View Post
    @moogle - thanks for the data, just lemme know what o/s you're running and if it's 32 or 64 bit.
    Sure, its Windows XP SP2 and it's 32-bit of course

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    back to windows-only? tut tut

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    Re: new HD x264 video encoding benchmark

    This is the results for my MacBook Pro running Windows Vista Ultimate (32bit) using bootcamp.


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.86 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.93 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.89 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.95 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.22 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.23 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.22 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.23 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    Seeing as i dont have a print screen button i guess i will have to type out all the relevant details

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    Your multiplier and FSB settings for the test
    1596.1Mhz x 8.0
    199.5 FSB
    798.2 Rated FSB

    Your motherboard's chipset
    Manufacturer - Apple Inc
    Model - Mac-F4238BC8 PVT
    Chipset - Intel GM965 rev.C0
    Southbridge - Intel 82801HBM (ICH8-ME)


    Memory Information
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    DRAM Frequency - 332.5
    FSBRAM - 3:5
    Timings - 5 5 5 15


    Dont these results seem unusually low to anyone else?

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