frybench is a multi-core CPU benchmark based on fryrender. fryrender is a physically-based light simulator developed by RandomControl, a spanish company located in Madrid. fryrender is a photo-realistic render engine where all elements involved in the generation of the final image (materials, lights and cameras) are based on physically accurate models.
You can download frybench and submit scores HERE. You can also download frybench at Guru3D.
I tested the bench on my quad core X9650 @ 3.2GHz and the total render time is:
fryrender is an excellent benchmarking framework for anyone, not just for our customers or 3D users. Anyone out there, from hardware integrators or hardware reviewers to die-hard gamers.
What makes fryrender an ideal tool for CPU benchmarking? Since its conception, fryrender has been designed with the aim of being the most muscled engine in its category. As a result, and after several years of intense development, fryrender’s core doesn’t let a single CPU cycle be wasted. Its routines have been written to be cache efficient, and to take the maximum advantage possible of the new multi-threading capabilities present in modern CPU architectures.
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oc’ed and 12MB l2 cache make differencce :
q9550 c1 @ 3.93 / Vcore 1.36 :
Double precision : rendering time : 9min 30S
7min 30S on i7 860@ 4ghz 🙂
8min 44s Q9650 @4.00GHz(8×500) x64
11min 13s Phenom™IIX4940@3400Mhz(15×227) Win7x64
5min 15s on AMD FX-8130P@5Ghz! 😀
7:37 AMD 1090T 3.2Ghz 8G Win7 X64
18:12 i5 460m Acer Laptop 8G Win7 X64
Bulldozer ES 8 cores, rev. B1 @ 2.8 GHz, DDR3-1866, Win7 x64 SP1, x64 mode: 5m24s *NO BS*
got 6min 13s on a X6 1090t @ 3.9ghz and 2.8ghz NB and 8gb
i7 920 Quad @ 3.83Ghz 202×19 (air cooled), Dominator Corsair 6gb triple channel DDR1600. Win7 x64 SP1.
running several programs in BG(idle), including Realtemp and task manager in foreground.
CPU1 and CPU2 maxed at 97c, CPU3 and CPU4 around 95c.
Render time: x64 mode: 5m28s.
got 5min 31s on a X6 1090t @ 4.3ghz and 4gb
Tested the x64 version it on dual Xeon x5680 with HT on Dell T7500.
Render Time: 2m 16s.
This is crazy!
here some old school hardware 🙂
4GB DDR2 1066 A-DATA
and here some new & mobile:
Dell Inspiron 5110
i7-2630QM @2.00Ghz [TDP allowed 2.50GHz during the test]
4GB DDR3 1333Mhz
i got 4min 20s on 3770k stock speed
Xeon E5620 @4.0GHz
3x2GB 1200Mhz G.Skill
Running time: 5m 43s
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