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New pure CPU benchmark released.

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Corona Render released updated benchmark. Corona uses only pure CPU power to render image.

@LinusTech: This looks better than cinebench, *wink wink*

 

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The current version of Corona Benchmark features the Corona 1.3 rendering core. You can download it directly from our website.

It’s easy to use: save, extract, and run the file. Benchmark starts to render the testing scene automatically and shows the result at the end, with an option to submit the result to this page.

 

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https://corona-renderer.com/benchmark/

 

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Looks cool, but also looks a lot like Cinebench? :P (in appearance that is) 

 

If it's a good benchmark I hope reviewers will go to this one. 


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We need a CPU benchmark that you boot off a USB so that the CPU is only running that and nothing else.


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14 minutes ago, Jacktastic-Mofo said:

We need a CPU benchmark that you boot off a USB so that the CPU is only running that and nothing else.

You have to have an OS to run it on. Otherwise all the threading code has to be hand-drawn assembly and it may not follow Microsoft or POSIX standards.


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Just now, patrickjp93 said:

You have to have an OS to run it on. Otherwise all the threading code has to be hand-drawn assembly and it may not follow Microsoft or POSIX standards.

Something like a Linux Based OS, like that super light weight version of Linux.


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Just now, Jacktastic-Mofo said:

Something like a Linux Based OS, like that super light weight version of Linux.

If you're fine running it off of a barebones install of Arch Linux or something else that small, I've got a bunch of microbenchmarks I coded up myself. Just need GCC/G++ to compile the code. Throw them all in a suite and you could cover a decent number of applications.


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Great I'll get the game of the year edition


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can't run it, it tells me it was "Unable to install VS++ 2015 redistributables"
 


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Will try it.

 

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Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor 
Time: 0:05:58, Rays/sec: 1.356.670

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Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710HQ CPU @ 2.50GHz
Time: 0:06:55, Rays/sec: 1,172,340

 

 


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actual clock is 4.5GHz.

 

With everything open:

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This score makes me sad, I'll stop all background crap and try again. but looks like 5mins+ for me :(

 

After closing apps; shaved off 13secs! success? :D

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4:31 with stock 2600K Windows 10 nothing open.


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I'm on page six (sof006) with 3:51 ;)


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Welp might have to push my CPU past it's max volts and past 95C to get it running on 5.0Ghz for this one again (3770k under water)


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Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor 
Time: 0:07:44, Rays/sec: 1,046,090

 

Clocked at 4Ghz 2x4Gb of ram clocked at 2400Mhz. I can't go any higher only have a 750Wat PSU... 

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Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5820K CPU @ 3.30GHz
Time: 0:04:23, Rays/sec: 1,842,900

 

5820K at stock 3.3GHz with 20-25% useage of background programs.


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