Tag Archives: Benchmark

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Hardware Specification

A Chinese web-site has published what it claims to be the first image of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card. Now we have the full specification of the upcoming Radeon and some cryptocoin mining benchmarks! (highest = better)

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Windows 8.1 not for gamers?

This is bad news for gamers who use Logitech (all) mouse on Windows 8.1. It doesn’t metter what settings you choose, it is not possible to increase the USB polling rate via software or hardware over 180 Hz! In most cases, this is incompatible driver issue. I hope Logitech will fix this, or is this another Windows 8.1 bug?

Logitech & Windows 8.1

Logitech G700 (Logitech Gaming Software 8.50.281) on Windows 8.1

Logitech Bug on Windows 8.1

If anyone else has tried it, please share your results in comments. Download Mouse Rate Checker 1.1b – a little program that measures and displays the sample rate of a mouse – here.

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It’s time to break some records!

Today I bought Corsair Vengeance 16GB Quad Channel DDR3 Memory Kit and decide to break some benchmark records. I’m not using Liquid Nitroge only water cooler with custom fans.
It will be really hard to get to the Top 20 Resultshwbot.org

Before we look at the numbers, let’s take a brief look at the test system that was used. All testing was done on Windows 8 Pro 64-bit operating system.


Noisy Beast
– First Ever build 2013

Noisy Beast - Build 3     Noisy Beast - Build 6

CPU: Intel Core i7-3930K @ 4.8GHz (1.445V, max 72°C)
MB: Asus P9X79 Pro (Bios 4302)
Mem: Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3-2400 (CMZ16GX3M4A2400C10)
SSD: Samsung SSD 840 Pro Series 256GB (Firmware DXM05B0Q)
PSU: CoolerMaster Real Power Pro 1250W (RS-C50-EMBA-D2)
Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100i Water Cooler
Paste: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
Fans: 2x Koolance FAN-12038HBK-184 – 59.0dBA @ 4000 RPM
(according to xbitlabs.com review – 76.5dBA @ 4000 RPM)

Good optimization is key to success – it’s over 64GB/s !

AIDA64 Benchmark

 

Worldrecord Ranking on 18 September 2013

2nd place – AS SSD BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 16275 points
2nd place – 3DPM-MT BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 1170.38 points
3rd place
 – MULTI CORE LINPACK: WORLD RECORDS – 8sek 968ms
5th place – BLACK HOLE BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 20800 marks
7th place – WINRAR BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 16730 KB/s
8th place – 3DPM-ST BENCHMARK: WORLD RECORDS – 132.98 points
12th place – FRYBENCH: WORLD RECORDS – 2min 55sec 0ms

Multi Core LINPACK

BRAIN > MHz

I don’t break any records, but I was able to get to the Top 20 Results! 🙂

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Browser Wars 2013 Part 1 (January)

Browser Wars is a metaphorical term that refers to competitions for dominance in usage share in the web browser marketplace. The term is often used to denote two specific rivalries: the competition that saw Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replace Netscape’s Navigator as the dominant browser during the late 1990’s and the erosion of Internet Explorer’s market share since 2003 by a collection of emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera.

Browser Wars 2013 Part 1 (January)

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ReFS vs NTFS Benchmark

ReFS (Resilient File System, originally codenamed Protogon) is a new file system initially intended for file servers that improves on NTFS in Windows Server 2012. The project originally started out as Monolithic NTFS (MNTFS) and then ended up codenamed Protogon before the final ReFS naming was chosen.

Microsoft claims ReFS has been built from the ground up, to meet the demands of the storage requirements needed by Windows users. It offers the ability to handle large storage volumes (maximum volume size of 1 Yobibyte), shared storage pools across multiple machines and enhanced resiliency to corruption.

Surendra Verma, the development manager for the Storage and File System team wrote:

“ReFS inherits the features and semantics from NTFS including BitLocker encryption, access-control lists for security, USN journal, change notifications, symbolic links, junction points, mount points, reparse points, volume snapshots, file IDs, and oplocks.”

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