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Falcon and NemBench

Postby Cyprian » Thu Jun 14, 2012 12:10 pm

Hi all,
Here you can find benchmarks for TT: viewtopic.php?f=27&t=17970
Could be cool to have also NemBench 2.1 benchmark for stock/overclocked Falcon. Could you please post yours Falcon's benchmark here??
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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Xerus » Fri Jun 15, 2012 1:35 am

With which resolution?

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Moulinaie » Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:47 am

Xerus wrote:With which resolution?


That would be interesting to see how the resolution influences the results.

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Cyprian » Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:38 am

I propose do a test in two screen resolutions:
- low memory bandwidth: Compatibility mode: ST-High;
- high memory bandwidth: TV: 80 column, interlaced, truecolor or in case of VGA: 80 column, doubleline off, 256 colors;

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Xerus » Fri Jun 15, 2012 5:52 pm

All tests were performed with the control key down (not activated CPX or ACC) and RGB monitor:

640x400x2C RGB 68030-16MHz 68882-32MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 0.616 Mips (~100%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 0.363 Mips (~100%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 8.007 Mips (~100%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 8.007 Mips (~100%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 0.540 MegaFlops (~203%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 0.349 MegaFlops (~201%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 0.921 MegaFlops (~172%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 0.916 MegaFlops (~172%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 7.898 MByte/sec (~100%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 6.211 MByte/sec (~103%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 15.785 MByte/sec (~100%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 6.887 MByte/sec (~103%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 5.475 MByte/sec (~103%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 6.660 MByte/sec (~103%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 3.336 MByte/sec (~103%)


640x400xTC RGB 68030-16MHz 68882-32MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 0.616 Mips (~100%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 0.363 Mips (~100%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 8.000 Mips (~100%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 8.007 Mips (~100%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 0.540 MegaFlops (~203%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 0.349 MegaFlops (~201%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 0.920 MegaFlops (~172%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 0.912 MegaFlops (~171%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 7.898 MByte/sec (~100%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 4.672 MByte/sec (~77%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 15.760 MByte/sec (~100%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 5.154 MByte/sec (~77%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 4.113 MByte/sec (~77%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 4.983 MByte/sec (~77%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 2.501 MByte/sec (~77%)


640x400x2C RGB 68060-100MHz-BUS 16MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 51.200 Mips (~8352%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 4.571 Mips (~1262%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 101.135 Mips (~1270%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 204.800 Mips (~2572%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 34.133 MegaFlops (~12880%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 2.767 MegaFlops (~1599%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 51.200 MegaFlops (~9606%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 48.188 MegaFlops (~9057%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 198.019 MByte/sec (~2521%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 200.000 MByte/sec (~3324%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 392.156 MByte/sec (~2498%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 384.615 MByte/sec (~5769%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 5.925 MByte/sec (~111%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 9.959 MByte/sec (~154%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 3.749 MByte/sec (~116%)

Linear 32bit read (FastRAM)  -> 104.439 MByte/sec (~1965%)
Linear 32bit write (FastRAM) -> 103.206 MByte/sec (~1600%)
Linear 32bit copy (FastRAM)  -> 41.088 MByte/sec (~1272%)

Linear burst copy (ST-Ram)   -> 3.636 MByte/sec (~112%)
Linear burst copy (FastRAM)  -> 50.803 MByte/sec (~1573%)
Linear burst copy (ST->Fast) -> 5.610 MByte/sec (~173%)
Linear burst copy (Fast->ST) -> 8.856 MByte/sec (~274%)


640x400xTC RGB 68060-100MHz-BUS 16MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 51.200 Mips (~8352%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 4.571 Mips (~1262%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 101.135 Mips (~1270%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 204.800 Mips (~2572%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 34.133 MegaFlops (~12880%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 2.767 MegaFlops (~1599%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 48.188 MegaFlops (~9040%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 51.200 MegaFlops (~9624%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 198.019 MByte/sec (~2521%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 200.000 MByte/sec (~3324%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 392.156 MByte/sec (~2498%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 384.615 MByte/sec (~5769%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 4.398 MByte/sec (~82%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 7.421 MByte/sec (~115%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 2.769 MByte/sec (~85%)

Linear 32bit read (FastRAM)  -> 104.857 MByte/sec (~1972%)
Linear 32bit write (FastRAM) -> 103.206 MByte/sec (~1600%)
Linear 32bit copy (FastRAM)  -> 41.088 MByte/sec (~1272%)

Linear burst copy (ST-Ram)   -> 2.714 MByte/sec (~84%)
Linear burst copy (FastRAM)  -> 50.803 MByte/sec (~1573%)
Linear burst copy (ST->Fast) -> 4.217 MByte/sec (~130%)
Linear burst copy (Fast->ST) -> 6.616 MByte/sec (~204%)


640x400x2C RGB 68060-100MHz-BUS 25MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 51.200 Mips (~8352%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 4.571 Mips (~1262%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 101.135 Mips (~1270%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 204.800 Mips (~2572%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 34.133 MegaFlops (~12880%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 2.767 MegaFlops (~1599%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 51.200 MegaFlops (~9606%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 48.188 MegaFlops (~9057%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 198.019 MByte/sec (~2521%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 200.000 MByte/sec (~3324%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 392.156 MByte/sec (~2498%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 384.615 MByte/sec (~5769%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 8.600 MByte/sec (~161%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 13.884 MByte/sec (~215%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 5.363 MByte/sec (~166%)

Linear 32bit read (FastRAM)  -> 104.025 MByte/sec (~1957%)
Linear 32bit write (FastRAM) -> 103.206 MByte/sec (~1600%)
Linear 32bit copy (FastRAM)  -> 41.088 MByte/sec (~1272%)

Linear burst copy (ST-Ram)   -> 5.209 MByte/sec (~161%)
Linear burst copy (FastRAM)  -> 50.803 MByte/sec (~1573%)
Linear burst copy (ST->Fast) -> 8.131 MByte/sec (~251%)
Linear burst copy (Fast->ST) -> 12.058 MByte/sec (~373%)


640x400xTC RGB 68060-100MHz-BUS 25MHz

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NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit)     -> 51.200 Mips (~8352%)
Integer divide (16bit)       -> 4.571 Mips (~1262%)
Linear (stalled) integer     -> 101.135 Mips (~1270%)
Interleaved (piped) integer  -> 204.800 Mips (~2572%)

Float multiply (64bit)       -> 34.133 MegaFlops (~12880%)
Float divide (64bit)         -> 2.767 MegaFlops (~1599%)
Linear (stalled) float       -> 51.200 MegaFlops (~9606%)
Interleaved (piped) float    -> 51.200 MegaFlops (~9624%)

16bit read (100% hit)        -> 198.019 MByte/sec (~2521%)
16bit write (100% hit)       -> 200.000 MByte/sec (~3324%)
32bit read (100% hit)        -> 392.156 MByte/sec (~2498%)
32bit write (100% hit)       -> 384.615 MByte/sec (~5769%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram)   -> 7.162 MByte/sec (~134%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram)  -> 11.681 MByte/sec (~181%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram)   -> 4.440 MByte/sec (~137%)

Linear 32bit read (FastRAM)  -> 104.439 MByte/sec (~1965%)
Linear 32bit write (FastRAM) -> 103.206 MByte/sec (~1600%)
Linear 32bit copy (FastRAM)  -> 41.088 MByte/sec (~1272%)

Linear burst copy (ST-Ram)   -> 4.386 MByte/sec (~135%)
Linear burst copy (FastRAM)  -> 50.803 MByte/sec (~1573%)
Linear burst copy (ST->Fast) -> 6.884 MByte/sec (~213%)
Linear burst copy (Fast->ST) -> 10.224 MByte/sec (~316%)

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Frank B » Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:12 pm

Cyprian wrote:I propose do a test in two screen resolutions:
- low memory bandwidth: Compatibility mode: ST-High;
- high memory bandwidth: TV: 80 column, interlaced, truecolor or in case of VGA: 80 column, doubleline off, 256 colors;

thanks


Instruction/data cache on and off to? That might be interesting.

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Xerus » Sat Jun 16, 2012 12:43 am

Yes, but you need the app for that and I'm too lazy to install Devpac and code it :)

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby wongck » Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:14 am

I used to have this on my Falcon... FalconSX.
Suppose to be able to turn on/off CPU cache.
Is this something you're looking for?
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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Frank B » Sat Jun 16, 2012 10:09 am

Xerus wrote:Yes, but you need the app for that and I'm too lazy to install Devpac and code it :)


A falcon without devoack installed? Sacrilege ;)

Maybe try with overscan modes too.

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Xerus » Sun Jun 17, 2012 12:03 am

Frank B wrote:
Xerus wrote:Yes, but you need the app for that and I'm too lazy to install Devpac and code it :)

A falcon without devoack installed? Sacrilege ;)

Yes shame on me :)
wongck wrote:I used to have this on my Falcon... FalconSX.
Suppose to be able to turn on/off CPU cache.
Is this something you're looking for?

Almost, but this tool disables all caches at the same time, you can not choose only the instruction cache or data cache.
I tried Backward III but it's a resident program and there are some active codes in memory, the end result is not 100% accurate.

Otherwise, who wants to send its results on an unmodified Falcon unlike mine?

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby qq1975b » Thu Jul 11, 2013 6:33 am

Plain Falcon 4MB with 68882+Magnum 8MB FastRAM (ST High video mode and NemBench 2.1). ALT key used (loaded from FDD and only Magnum drivers loaded):

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Re: Falcon and NemBench

Postby Paolo » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:50 am

Falcon 060+SuperVidel(+SvethLana) @95MHz, 128MB + 14MB RAM, 1024x768@16bit running MINT (all caches on, checked in mintsett.acc)

NemBench v2.1 - precision CPU/FPU profiler.

Integer multiply (16bit) -> 48.761 Mips (~7954%)
Integer divide (16bit) -> 4.302 Mips (~1188%)
Linear (stalled) integer -> 94.160 Mips (~1182%)
Interleaved (piped) integer -> 186.181 Mips (~2338%)

Float multiply (64bit) -> 31.507 MegaFlops (~11889%)
Float divide (64bit) -> 2.625 MegaFlops (~1517%)
Linear (stalled) float -> 48.188 MegaFlops (~9040%)
Interleaved (piped) float -> 45.511 MegaFlops (~8554%)

16bit read (100% hit) -> 186.915 MByte/sec (~2380%)
16bit write (100% hit) -> 185.185 MByte/sec (~3078%)
32bit read (100% hit) -> 370.370 MByte/sec (~2359%)
32bit write (100% hit) -> 357.142 MByte/sec (~5357%)

Linear 32bit read (ST-Ram) -> 8.489 MByte/sec (~159%)
Linear 32bit write (ST-Ram) -> 13.624 MByte/sec (~211%)
Linear 32bit copy (ST-Ram) -> 5.328 MByte/sec (~165%)

Linear 32bit read (FastRAM) -> 98.181 MByte/sec (~1847%)
Linear 32bit write (FastRAM) -> 97.090 MByte/sec (~1505%)
Linear 32bit copy (FastRAM) -> 38.664 MByte/sec (~1197%)

Linear burst copy (ST-Ram) -> 5.160 MByte/sec (~159%)
Linear burst copy (FastRAM) -> 48.011 MByte/sec (~1487%)
Linear burst copy (ST->Fast) -> 7.992 MByte/sec (~247%)
Linear burst copy (Fast->ST) -> 11.926 MByte/sec (~369%)

(And I get a lot of "buffer_RX error" in the process. This doesn't happen out of MiNT... I must open a thread about it...)


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