Neat Bench Results

questions about practical use of Neat Video, examples of use
Nologic
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Post by Nologic » Tue Mar 21, 2017 4:40 am

CPU: Ryzen 1800x
RAM: 32GB @ 2133 :(
GPU: AMD R9 Fury
OS: Win 10 x64

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CPU only (1 core): 1.75 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 3.76 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 5.05 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 6.8 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 8.2 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 9.43 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 10.4 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 11.2 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 11.2 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 10.5 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 10 frames/sec
CPU only (13 cores): 9.9 frames/sec
CPU only (14 cores): 9.43 frames/sec
CPU only (15 cores): 8.62 frames/sec
CPU only (16 cores): 8.55 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 12.8 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 11.5 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 13.2 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 15.4 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 20 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 20.4 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 20 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 20 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 18.5 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series): 16.4 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series)

Nologic
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Post by Nologic » Fri Mar 31, 2017 10:28 pm

CPU: Ryzen 1800x
RAM: 32GB @ 2133 :(
GPU: AMD R9 Fury x2 (Crossfire)
OS: Win 10 x64

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CPU only (1 core): 1.87 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 3.72 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 5.43 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 7.19 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 8.47 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 9.8 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 11.9 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 11.6 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 11.2 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 10.4 frames/sec
CPU only (13 cores): 10.1 frames/sec
CPU only (14 cores): 9.62 frames/sec
CPU only (15 cores): 9.01 frames/sec
CPU only (16 cores): 8.62 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 14.7 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 14.7 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 22.2 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 11.9 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 11.8 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 13.7 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 15.9 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 18.5 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 18.2 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1): 16.4 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 12 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 11.6 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 13.7 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 15.9 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 17.5 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.5 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.5 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.2 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 15.4 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 20.8 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 22.2 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.7 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 21.3 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 20.4 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 20 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 19.2 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2): 18.5 frames/sec

Best combination: GPU only (AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #1, AMD Radeon (TM) R9 Fury Series #2)

Looks like the Fury needs more than PCI-E 8x to stretch it's legs (was expecting around 28fps)...I imagine it'll be even worse with Vega in Crossfire.

Still 22fps for $500 (pair of furys) isn't bad. :)

fartech
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Post by fartech » Mon Apr 03, 2017 3:34 am

You might try disabling crossfire, and re-running the benchmark. Crossfire is great for gaming, but might hurt your bench #'s for OpenCL. Although splitting the pci-E lane's down to 4 per GPU processor may also be whats slowing you down.

Nologic
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Post by Nologic » Tue Apr 04, 2017 1:18 am

Thanks for trying to lend a helping hand.

However the post above the Crossfire one, is the same system with only one card in, which gives 16fps by it's self, when using full PCI-E 16x.

Now when both cards are in the system, each only does 14fps...so a drop of 2fps...this I'm chalking up to the PCI-E 16x now being split to only 8x per GPU.

When combined they manage 22fps...so a loss of 6fps do to overhead of crossfire..and a loss of 4fps since both cards only have 8x each rather than 16x.

So a total loss of 10fps...out of a potential 32fps, do to overhead & bandwidth starvation...that is nearly 30% just gone.

That said I spent $500 on my CPU and it only got 12fps...I spent $500 on a pair of Fury's & got 22fps...which is nearly double the performance.

Who knows maybe performance will improve as BIOS revisions roll out for Ryzen...still I'm fairly happy with the performance I'm getting out of my getto-box. :)

fartech
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Post by fartech » Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:24 am

It's a common misconception that OpenCL requires the cards be in crossfire mode to get both working. This is only true for gaming, but not for applications that use a plugin like Neat. I know I tried it with crossfire on and my FPS went to crap as well.

Nologic
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Post by Nologic » Tue Apr 04, 2017 4:56 pm

Disabling Crossfire in the Global settings made no marked difference with the Fury's in my system.

It was certainly worth a try, and something others may want to check out. :)

Thanks for the suggestion.

Tim
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Post by Tim » Wed Apr 05, 2017 1:57 am

Nologic, thank you for sharing the results.

The difference in single-GPU performance between 1-GPU and 2-GPU setups is likely caused by the fact that you are reducing the number of PCIe lanes allocated per each GPU. Neat Video pumps a lot of data via PCIe and any decrease in throughput will impact the overall performance.

Some Intel CPUs have 40 PCIe lanes which allows simultaneous transfers to two PCIe3 x16 GPUs at full speed. Ryzen CPUs seem to have up to 24 lanes, which is only enough for transferring data to one GPU at full speed (or even to both GPUs at reduced rates). Do you have any BIOS settings controlling the allocation of PCIe lanes to GPUs (perhaps you can do 16+8 instead of 8+8)?
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Nologic
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Post by Nologic » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:53 pm

Hi Tim,

Nah there isn't anything I can do really about the PCI-E stuff...AMD just went cheap with the PCI-E lanes...and well the Memory Controller.

Which sucks since I would have coughed up an extra $100 for a CPU with 40 lanes & a more well rounded memory controller.

That said I hope we see some other benches with SLI or Crossfire on Intel. Would be nice to see what kind of overhead they are experiencing.

I should pull out two of my sticks of ram to see what effect memory speed makes...since what I have will run @ 3200 if only two sticks are in the board...frigging cheap ass controller. :(

Raima
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Post by Raima » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:20 pm

CPU: i7 8700k
RAM: 32GB @ 2666
GPU: AMD RX Vega 64
OS: OS X High Sierra 10.13.2


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CPU only (1 core): 2.4 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 4.88 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 7.04 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 9.35 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 11.1 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 12.7 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 12.8 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 12.5 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 12 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 11.4 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 10.3 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 12.3 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 10.9 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 9.43 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 11.6 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 13.3 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.9 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.7 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 17.2 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 15.6 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.3 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine)

s3rl0l
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Post by s3rl0l » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:20 am

Raima wrote:CPU: i7 8700k
RAM: 32GB @ 2666
GPU: AMD RX Vega 64
OS: OS X High Sierra 10.13.2


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CPU only (1 core): 2.4 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 4.88 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 7.04 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 9.35 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 11.1 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 12.7 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 12.8 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 12.5 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 12 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 11.4 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 10.3 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 12.3 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 10.9 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 9.43 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 11.6 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 13.3 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.9 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.7 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 18.9 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 17.2 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 15.6 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine): 14.3 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon HD Vega10 XT Prototype Compute Engine)
I thought that the Vega were not supported? Is this test done with FCPX?

fartech
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Post by fartech » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:35 am

CPU:i7 5960X (4.0Ghz)
RAM:32GB (4x4) Corsair DDR4 2400Mhz
GPU:GTX TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64

Neat Bench (Neat Image 8.4.0, Neat Video 4.7.0) x64
Copyright (c) 1999-2017 Neat Image team, Neat Video team, ABSoft.
All Rights Reserved.

GPU detection log:

Looking for NVIDIA CUDA-capable devices...
CUDA driver version: 9010
NVIDIA CUDA initialized successfully.
Checking CUDA GPU #1:
GPU device name is: TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION
10169 MB available during initialization (12288 MB total)
Check passed - will attempt to use the device
Checking CUDA GPU #2:
GPU device name is: TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION
10169 MB available during initialization (12288 MB total)
Check passed - will attempt to use the device

Neat Video benchmark:

Frame Size: 1920x1080 progressive
Bitdepth: 8 bits per channel
Mix with Original: Disabled
Temporal Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Radius: 2 frames
Dust and Scratches: Disabled
Slow Shutter: Disabled
Spatial Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Frequencies High, Mid, Low
Artifact Removal: Enabled
Detail Recovery: Disabled
Edge Smoothing: Disabled
Sharpening: Disabled

Detecting the best combination of performance settings:
running the test data set on up to 16 CPU cores and on up to 2 GPUs
TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1: 10169 MB currently available (12288 MB total), using up to 100%
TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2: 10169 MB currently available (12288 MB total), using up to 100%

CPU only (1 core): 1.67 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 3.51 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 5.13 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 6.8 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 8.33 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 9.43 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 10.2 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 10.5 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 11 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 12.3 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 11.5 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 11.8 frames/sec
CPU only (13 cores): 11.5 frames/sec
CPU only (14 cores): 12.3 frames/sec
CPU only (15 cores): 12.3 frames/sec
CPU only (16 cores): 12.3 frames/sec
GPU only (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 24.4 frames/sec
GPU only (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 24.4 frames/sec
GPU only (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 37 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 18.2 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 20 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 21.7 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 24.4 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 25 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 27.8 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 27.8 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 27 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 29.4 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 18.2 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 19.6 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 20.8 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 22.2 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 24.4 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 25.6 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 27.8 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 27.8 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 28.6 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 29.4 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 29.4 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 38.5 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 30.3 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 31.3 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 31.3 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 34.5 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 34.5 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 35.7 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 37 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 37 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 37 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 35.7 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 35.7 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 35.7 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 37 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2): 35.7 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (2 cores) and GPU (TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #1, TITAN Xp COLLECTORS EDITION #2) :D

ELinder
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Re: Neat Bench Results

Post by ELinder » Fri Apr 06, 2018 2:12 pm

I just purchased NeatVideo and installed it and NeatBench on my new iMac Pro. I'm a bit surprised that the combination of CPU and GPU isn't markedly higher than either just the CPU or just the GPU. Is that normal, or a case of the hardware bing fairly new and drivers not yet fully mature?

Erich

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Processor: 3 GHz Intel Xeon W 10 core
Graphics: Radeon Pro Vega 64 16368 MB
Memory: 64 GB 2666 MHz DDR4
OS: Mac High Sierra 10.13.4

Neat Bench (Neat Image 8.4.0, Neat Video 4.7.0) x64
Copyright (c) 1999-2017 Neat Image team, Neat Video team, ABSoft.
All Rights Reserved.

GPU detection log:

Looking for NVIDIA CUDA-capable devices...
Failed to load CUDA driver ("/usr/local/cuda/lib/libcuda.dylib")
If you use an NVIDIA card, please install the latest CUDA driver from NVIDIA.

Looking for AMD OpenCL-capable devices...
OpenCL driver version: 20180315.215937
OpenCL initialized successfully.
Checking OpenCL GPU #1:
GPU device name is: AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine
16368 MB available during initialization
Check passed - will attempt to use the device


Neat Video benchmark:

Frame Size: 1920x1080 progressive
Bitdepth: 8 bits per channel
Mix with Original: Disabled
Temporal Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Radius: 2 frames
Dust and Scratches: Disabled
Slow Shutter: Disabled
Spatial Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Frequencies High, Mid, Low
Artifact Removal: Enabled
Detail Recovery: Disabled
Edge Smoothing: Disabled
Sharpening: Disabled


Detecting the best combination of performance settings:
running the test data set on up to 20 CPU cores and on up to 1 GPU
AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine: 16368 MB currently available, using up to 100%

CPU only (1 core): 2.02 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 4.18 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 6.06 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 8 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 9.52 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 11.1 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 12.7 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 14.1 frames/sec
CPU only (9 cores): 15.2 frames/sec
CPU only (10 cores): 14.7 frames/sec
CPU only (11 cores): 15.2 frames/sec
CPU only (12 cores): 15.9 frames/sec
CPU only (13 cores): 16.7 frames/sec
CPU only (14 cores): 16.4 frames/sec
CPU only (15 cores): 16.7 frames/sec
CPU only (16 cores): 16.7 frames/sec
CPU only (17 cores): 16.7 frames/sec
CPU only (18 cores): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU only (19 cores): 16.4 frames/sec
CPU only (20 cores): 16.1 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 11.6 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 10.1 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 8.06 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 10.3 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 12 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 13.3 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 13.5 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.2 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.5 frames/sec
CPU (9 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.5 frames/sec
CPU (10 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 18.2 frames/sec
CPU (12 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.5 frames/sec
CPU (13 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.2 frames/sec
CPU (14 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.9 frames/sec
CPU (15 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 17.2 frames/sec
CPU (16 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 16.4 frames/sec
CPU (17 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 16.1 frames/sec
CPU (18 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 15.6 frames/sec
CPU (19 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 15.2 frames/sec
CPU (20 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine): 14.1 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (11 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 Compute Engine)

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Re: Neat Bench Results

Post by NVTeam » Fri Apr 06, 2018 2:34 pm

Hello Erich,

The GPU drivers of these new models of GPUs coming with new iMacs are not very efficient as compared with the Windows versions of the drivers for the same GPUs. The same GPUs show better results in Windows according to our observations so far. We hope that the Mac versions of the drivers will be gradually improved by Apple.

Regarding the performance of the combination of CPU and GPU, that is not abnormal to see such an imperfect addition of speeds of two computing devices. I recommend to run the Optimize Settings test in Neat Video Preferences. The results shown there may be slightly different because the host application may work with somewhat different parameters (frame size, bitdepth, radius) and in those conditions the speeds may add up differently.

Thank you,
Vlad
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Re: Neat Bench Results

Post by ELinder » Fri Apr 06, 2018 2:46 pm

Thanks for the info, Vlad. I'm not surprised about the drivers being slightly slower, Apple tends to lean more toward stability rather than outright speed. I did run the optimization in Final Cut X, and the results were fairly close showing 15 cores+GPU to be optimum at 21.5fps.

Liking the results of NeatVideo a lot so far. It does wonders for VHS tapes converted to DVDs in the old stand alone machines. Converting and deinterlacing them in Handbrake and then into FCX with NeatVideo.

Erich

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Re: Neat Bench Results

Post by DavidDoyle » Thu Apr 12, 2018 8:00 am

Those iMac Pro results are still pretty impressive. For comparison here is the results from my MacBook Pro 2017, i7 2.8 GHz.

Neat Bench (Neat Image 8.4.0, Neat Video 4.7.0) x64
Copyright (c) 1999-2017 Neat Image team, Neat Video team, ABSoft.
All Rights Reserved.

GPU detection log:

Looking for NVIDIA CUDA-capable devices...
Failed to load CUDA driver ("/usr/local/cuda/lib/libcuda.dylib")
If you use an NVIDIA card, please install the latest CUDA driver from NVIDIA.

Looking for AMD OpenCL-capable devices...
OpenCL driver version: 20180315.215937
OpenCL initialized successfully.
Checking OpenCL GPU #1:
GPU device name is: Intel(R) HD Graphics 630
1536 MB available during initialization
This device is not supported
Check failed - will not use the device
Checking OpenCL GPU #2:
GPU device name is: AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine
2048 MB available during initialization
Check passed - will attempt to use the device


Neat Video benchmark:

Frame Size: 1920x1080 progressive
Bitdepth: 8 bits per channel
Mix with Original: Disabled
Temporal Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Radius: 2 frames
Dust and Scratches: Disabled
Slow Shutter: Disabled
Spatial Filter: Enabled
Quality Mode: Normal
Frequencies High, Mid, Low
Artifact Removal: Enabled
Detail Recovery: Disabled
Edge Smoothing: Disabled
Sharpening: Disabled


Detecting the best combination of performance settings:
running the test data set on up to 8 CPU cores and on up to 1 GPU
AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine: 2048 MB currently available, using up to 100%

CPU only (1 core): 1.77 frames/sec
CPU only (2 cores): 3.52 frames/sec
CPU only (3 cores): 4.83 frames/sec
CPU only (4 cores): 5.88 frames/sec
CPU only (5 cores): 5.95 frames/sec
CPU only (6 cores): 5.68 frames/sec
CPU only (7 cores): 5.85 frames/sec
CPU only (8 cores): 5.56 frames/sec
GPU only (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 4.15 frames/sec
CPU (1 core) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 3.77 frames/sec
CPU (2 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 4.63 frames/sec
CPU (3 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 5.75 frames/sec
CPU (4 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 7.41 frames/sec
CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 7.58 frames/sec
CPU (6 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 7.35 frames/sec
CPU (7 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 6.9 frames/sec
CPU (8 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine): 6.33 frames/sec

Best combination: CPU (5 cores) and GPU (AMD Radeon Pro 555 Compute Engine)

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