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Re: ragemem benchmark results thread !
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Excellent : nearly as fast in raw power than a G4 AmigaOne and 1.5 to 2x faster regarding Ram access (1.5x for Video Ram access).

Thanks for sharing !

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great news

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the best is yet to come..

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hope to see something new so

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Re: ragemem benchmark results thread !
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Now I'll have to do a 3D benchmark to see how performs a 460

Numbers reported are interresting, now we have to see how it performs "in real life"

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I'm not sure I know what you mean but I think you're right!

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the 460 ex is dmips = 2.0 x mhz according to applied micro :

http://www.appliedmicro.com/MyAMCC/js ... il.jsp?productID=PPC460EX


1166 MHZ x 2 = 2332 DMIPS, so are your numbers calculating Dhrystone MIPS :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhrystone

Graphics performance would be very interesting, especially bottlenecks and some way to compare performance to other systems.

http://www.mindcontrol.org/~hplus/graphics/ogl-perf.html

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EDIT: the following cards are not mine but from other users in this Thread.


bppc/603e@330/256mb (70ns)

RAGEMEM v0.37 - compiled 11/06/2010

CPU: 603e 7.4609 @ 0 Mhz
Caches Sizes: L1: 16 KB - L2: none - L3: none
Cache Line: 32

---> CPU <---
MAX MIPS: 502

---> L1 <---
READ32: 724 MB/Sec
READ64: 1162 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 478 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 852 MB/Sec

---> RAM <---
READ32: 41 MB/Sec
READ64: 42 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 23 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 23 MB/Sec
WRITE: 45 MB/Sec (Tricky)

---> VIDEO BUS <---
READ: 5 MB/Sec
WRITE: 15 MB/Sec

NOTE:
Under morphos 1.4.5 w OS4Emu the results are pretty much the same except of MIPS (522) and VRAM write (22mb/sec).



RAGEMEM v0.37 - compiled 11/06/2010

CPU: 604e 9.516 @ 233 Mhz

Caches Sizes: L1: 32 KB - L2: none - L3: none
Cache Line: 32

---CPU---
MAX MIPS: 465


---L1---

READ32: 882 MB/Sec
READ64: 1764 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 741 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 1408 MB/Sec


---RAM---

READ32: 90 MB/Sec
READ64: 94 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 53MB/Sec
WRITE64: 53MB/Sec
WRITE: 86 MB/Sec (Tricky)

---VIDEO BUS---

READ: 6 MB/Sec
WRITE 8MB/Sec


Cyberstorm vs Blizzard video bus interesting speed will post my card when i have time.

it also clear whats slowing down the Blizzard card which is no surprise.


Edited by delshay on 2010/11/10 3:00:59
Edited by delshay on 2010/11/10 3:53:03
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Nice scores for your blizzard PPC. Nice work.

on my 366MHz cyberstorm I put in a CVision PPC and got the following for video bus:

---> VIDEO BUS <---
READ: 5 MB/Sec
WRITE: 18 MB/SEC

I tried changing the ram to 60ns but it basically made no difference in the test results, about 1MB/sec faster on the L1/L2 cache but that's it.

Prometheus going over Zorro gets lame write speeds (due to Zorro crap bus) ;)

But the Voodoo still feels a bit faster than CVision PPC...probably way fater gfx memory on-board and faster gfx chip than CVision PPC...

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Quote:

HammerD wrote:
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Nice scores for your blizzard PPC. Nice work.

on my 366MHz cyberstorm I put in a CVision PPC and got the following for video bus:

---> VIDEO BUS <---
READ: 5 MB/Sec
WRITE: 18 MB/SEC

I tried changing the ram to 60ns but it basically made no difference in the test results, about 1MB/sec faster on the L1/L2 cache but that's it.

Prometheus going over Zorro gets lame write speeds (due to Zorro crap bus) ;)

But the Voodoo still feels a bit faster than CVision PPC...probably way fater gfx memory on-board and faster gfx chip than CVision PPC...


its not my card its from other users in this thread. iv not yet posted my result but expect my card to be a lot faster due to very high PCI bus speed and should hold number one spot in the world for classic amiga PPC card.

you wiil need to compare your results with other Cyberstorm users.


Edited by delshay on 2010/11/10 4:07:30
Edited by delshay on 2010/11/10 4:08:15
Edited by delshay on 2010/11/10 4:10:43
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Re: ragemem benchmark results thread !
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My test

RAGEMEM v0.37 - compiled 11/06/2010

CPU: AMCC PPC440EP 1.3 @ 799 Mhz
Caches Sizes: L1: 32 KB - L2: none - L3: none
Cache Line: 128

---> CPU <---
MAX MIPS: 1599

---> L1 <---
READ32: 2841 MB/Sec
READ64: 5636 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 2852 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 5674 MB/Sec

---> RAM <---
READ32: 277 MB/Sec
READ64: 277 MB/Sec
WRITE32: 164 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 164 MB/Sec
WRITE: 895 MB/Sec (Tricky)

---> VIDEO BUS <---
READ: 14 MB/Sec
WRITE: 50 MB/Sec

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@m3x

there is some SAM Flex (with the same MHz) that have different value in :

ex :
SAMO79
---> L1 <---
WRITE32: 2852 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 5674 MB/Sec

Daniel
---> L1 <---
WRITE32: 185 MB/Sec
WRITE64: 370 MB/Sec


Is there an explanation ?

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Nice results for the little beast!

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I think there is a bug in RageMem which prevents it to calculate the correct L1 cache speed on some systms (it gives approximately the same speed as the RAM's). The same bug occurs with the Sam460 if you check carefully.

Crisot : go back to work

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please try RamSpeed from OS4depot and report your results.

http://os4depot.net/share/utility/benchmark/ramspeed.lha

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Cyberstorm PPC 366MHz Amiga 4000, OS 4

5.Workbench:> ramspeed -b2 -g1 -m1
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

1Gb per pass mode

INTEGER & READING 1 Kb block: 1312.82 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 2 Kb block: 1280.00 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 4 Kb block: 1312.82 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 8 Kb block: 1312.82 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 16 Kb block: 1383.78 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 32 Kb block: 1219.05 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 64 Kb block: 95.34 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 128 Kb block: 95.17 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 256 Kb block: 95.34 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 512 Kb block: 95.34 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 1024 Kb block: 94.46 Mb/s
5.Workbench:> ramspeed -b3 -g1 -m1
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

1Gb per pass mode

INTEGER Copy: 70.96 Mb/s
INTEGER Scale: 70.52 Mb/s
INTEGER Add: 79.34 Mb/s
INTEGER Triad: 76.30 Mb/s
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INTEGER AVERAGE: 74.28 Mb/s

5.Workbench:> ramspeed -b1 -g1 -m1
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

1Gb per pass mode

INTEGER & WRITING 1 Kb block: 1280.00 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 2 Kb block: 1248.78 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 4 Kb block: 1219.05 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 8 Kb block: 1248.78 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 16 Kb block: 1248.78 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 32 Kb block: 1137.78 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 64 Kb block: 54.82 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 128 Kb block: 54.64 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 256 Kb block: 54.70 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 512 Kb block: 54.70 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 1024 Kb block: 54.41 Mb/s
5.Workbench:>

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---> L1 <---
INTEGER & READING 32 Kb block: 1219.05 Mb/s
READ32: 1386 MB/Sec

INTEGER & WRITING 32 Kb block: 1137.78 Mb/s
WRITE32: 1163 MB/Sec

---> RAM <---
INTEGER & READING 1024 Kb block: 94.46 Mb/s
READ32: 98 MB/Sec

INTEGER & WRITING 1024 Kb block: 54.41 Mb/s
WRITE32: 56 MB/Sec

Quite the same results Normal, anyway.

Waiting for a Sam440 result, to see where the cache problem is. Sam, or my code.

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5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 1
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

INTEGER & WRITING 1 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 2 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 4 Kb block: 165.16 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 8 Kb block: 165.03 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 16 Kb block: 165.16 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 32 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 64 Kb block: 165.03 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 128 Kb block: 164.76 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 256 Kb block: 164.23 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 512 Kb block: 164.23 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 1024 Kb block: 163.84 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 2048 Kb block: 162.93 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 4096 Kb block: 163.06 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 8192 Kb block: 163.06 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 16384 Kb block: 162.93 Mb/s

5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 2
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

INTEGER & READING 1 Kb block: 2844.44 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 2 Kb block: 2925.71 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 4 Kb block: 2925.71 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 8 Kb block: 2925.71 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 16 Kb block: 2968.12 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 32 Kb block: 2659.74 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 64 Kb block: 276.38 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 128 Kb block: 275.27 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 256 Kb block: 270.18 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 512 Kb block: 270.18 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 1024 Kb block: 270.18 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 2048 Kb block: 270.54 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 4096 Kb block: 270.54 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 8192 Kb block: 270.54 Mb/s
INTEGER & READING 16384 Kb block: 270.18 Mb/s

5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 3
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

INTEGER Copy: 191.76 Mb/s
INTEGER Scale: 189.89 Mb/s
INTEGER Add: 198.00 Mb/s
INTEGER Triad: 180.07 Mb/s
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INTEGER AVERAGE: 189.93 Mb/s

5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 4
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

FL-POINT & WRITING 1 Kb block: 330.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 2 Kb block: 330.86 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 4 Kb block: 330.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 8 Kb block: 330.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 16 Kb block: 330.86 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 32 Kb block: 330.86 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 64 Kb block: 330.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 128 Kb block: 329.79 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 256 Kb block: 327.16 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 512 Kb block: 327.16 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 1024 Kb block: 326.11 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 2048 Kb block: 322.52 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 4096 Kb block: 323.03 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 8192 Kb block: 323.03 Mb/s
FL-POINT & WRITING 16384 Kb block: 322.52 Mb/s

5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 5
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

FL-POINT & READING 1 Kb block: 1969.23 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 2 Kb block: 1988.35 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 4 Kb block: 1988.35 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 8 Kb block: 1988.35 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 16 Kb block: 1988.35 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 32 Kb block: 1780.87 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 64 Kb block: 228.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 128 Kb block: 226.80 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 256 Kb block: 224.07 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 512 Kb block: 224.32 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 1024 Kb block: 224.56 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 2048 Kb block: 224.56 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 4096 Kb block: 224.81 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 8192 Kb block: 224.81 Mb/s
FL-POINT & READING 16384 Kb block: 224.32 Mb/s

5.RAM Disk:> ramspeed -b 6
RAMspeed (UNIX) v2.3.0 by Rhett M. Hollander (Alasir Enterprises), 2002-04

4Gb per pass mode

FL-POINT Copy: 353.10 Mb/s
FL-POINT Scale: 324.05 Mb/s
FL-POINT Add: 276.88 Mb/s
FL-POINT Triad: 277.01 Mb/s
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FL-POINT AVERAGE: 307.76 Mb/s

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Quote:
INTEGER & WRITING 1 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 2 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 4 Kb block: 165.16 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 8 Kb block: 165.03 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 16 Kb block: 165.16 Mb/s
INTEGER & WRITING 32 Kb block: 165.29 Mb/s

Thanks for the test, indeed it seems there is a misconfiguration on your machine.
Could you please try running the little executable from here:

http://www.sam4x0.com/files/mmucr.lha

and try Crisot test again?

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