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Cinegy Cinescore - free benchmark for video production
#41
Okay.. the Intel NUC may be nice for some Entertainment.. but as a Encoding Device it is.. something to ignore:
CPU: 983
GPU: 0

Intel NUC7i7 with 32 GB RAM and M2 SSD System Disc...
"Never cut a deal with a dragon..."
- Old Shadowrun wisdom
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I just took the test:
CPU: 1419
GPU: 525
AKA thxita on OriginalTrilogy
I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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I tried to run the CineScore with my new PC - new CPU and GPU - but it did not work anymore... downloaded again from the Cinegy page, but nothing... anyone can try to run it and see if it works? Thanks!
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(2019-07-31, 11:37 PM)spoRv Wrote: I tried to run the CineScore with my new PC - new CPU and GPU - but it did not work anymore... downloaded again from the Cinegy page, but nothing... anyone can try to run it and see if it works? Thanks!

It is running on my Windows 7 Pro workstation, and on my Windows 10 PC.

Windows 7 machine:

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Windows 10:

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(2017-05-11, 08:29 PM)Evit Wrote: I just took the test:
CPU: 1419
GPU: 525

After getting a new graphic card my most recent result is
CPU 2570
GPU 3719


Don't know why CPU went up, I only changed the graphic card.
Sys specs: Win8, i7-4790, GeForce GTX-1060 6GB, 16GB RAM
AKA thxita on OriginalTrilogy
I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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#46
Well, when it worked - March of this year - with AMD Vega Frontier and the Threadripper 1950X:

CPU: 19264 (stock)
CPU: 24407 (4.0GHz)
GPU: 0 - as AMD does not support CUDA
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#47
I ran a new test today now that I've upgraded to a GTX 1080.

Stock Ryzen 1800x with memory clocked at 3000MHZ CL15.

CPU: 13321

GPU: 8490

I was going to post a picture but postimg has seemingly banned me for life for having hosted some photos of laserdisc covers on their website. Anyone have any ideas for hosting pics nowadays?
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@althor1138 Tried imgur? imgbox.com is also an option I know of.
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