And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scores

By: Maynard Handley (name99.delete@this.name99.org), November 16, 2020 7:04 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Maynard Handley (name99.delete@this.name99.org) on November 16, 2020 2:58 pm wrote:
> Maynard Handley (name99.delete@this.name99.org) on November 16, 2020 1:45 pm wrote:
> > RType (Bigly.delete.delete@this.this.orangeface.com) on November 16, 2020 1:06 pm wrote:
> > > Maynard Handley (name99.delete@this.name99.org) on November 16, 2020 12:46 pm wrote:
> > > > Against GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and Radeon RX 560.
> > > > Not exactly state of the art, but not exactly ridiculous.
> > > >
> > > > As far as I can tell, these cards are around let's say 75W.
> > > > The state of the art is now about twice their performance at about 85W.
> > > > So bottom line is Apple's iGPU at, what, 10W? is half the current state of the
> > > > art for "mid-range, not insane power". Would that be a reasonable summary?
> > > >
> > > > My guess is that next year (beginning of Q2?) we get an
> > > > 8-large core M1X, for the iMac and MBP/mini pro, with
> > > > double the GPU resources, and so a credible match for the (reasonable power level) state of the art at ~20W.
> > > >
> > > > https://www.macrumors.com/2020/11/16/m1-beats-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-and-radeon-rx-560/
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> > > Polaris (rx 560) is very old now though.
> > >
> >
> > Old. Not very old!
> > Like I said, you can at least eyeball the newer cards here:
> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radeon_RX_5000_series#Desktop
> > I looked at the 85W desktop model as a reasonable successor.
> >
> > You can see the Apple capabilities here:
> > https://images.anandtech.com/doci/16233/2020-11-10%2019_12_29.jpg
> >
> > Single TFlops and pixel rate are comparable, texture slightly behind. But, just like CPU,
> > these numbers conceal as much as they tell us because so much depends on the HW algorithms
> > that utilize them. ATI and nV have the advantage of longer experience in those algorithms,
> > Apple has the advantage of starting from a cleaner slate and (apparently) very little NIH
> > and a willingness to change large parts of the design substantially every year.
> >
> > I guess over the next week many more comparisons of this sort across a range of functionality will appear.
> >
>
> https://twitter.com/mnloona48_/status/1328427807987302400
> 1500 ST
> 7500 MT
> MBP (so active cooling)
>
> comparison page:
> https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu_benchmark-cinebench_r23_single_core-15
> (I'm not sure how to interpret that. Does HT on each device mean HT
> was used? As far as I can tell it does, giving about a 25% boost.
> In which case only fair would be to allow each large Apple core to get a small core to help it :-) )
>
> More seriously the MT page is here
> https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu_benchmark-cinebench_r23_multi_core-16
> and M1 slots in with the 6 core HT devices. Which is nice enough,
> but more remarkable is just how well M1 seems to scale.
> MT is giving us essentially 5x ST, so each small core is giving us the full one quarter.
> The x86 devices don't seem to scale as well, getting about 5x worth of performance for their 6 (core+SMT)'s.
>
> As always, one result, preliminary, blah blah. We'll probably (slightly) better results
> and (somewhat) worse results, especially on passive cooled MBA over the next few days.
> Also still waiting on a VirtualApple result.

MBA result (passive cooling)
Same 1500 ST
6300 MT

The reporter (amateur doing it as a friend for "the internet", not an expert) says the MBA bottom got "a tiny bit warm", as expected.

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1st round of M1 GPU benchmarksMaynard Handley2020/11/16 01:46 PM
  1st round of M1 GPU benchmarksAdrian2020/11/16 02:02 PM
    1st round of M1 GPU benchmarksI_vs2020/11/17 02:18 AM
  1st round of M1 GPU benchmarksRType2020/11/16 02:06 PM
    1st round of M1 GPU benchmarksMaynard Handley2020/11/16 02:45 PM
      And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresMaynard Handley2020/11/16 03:58 PM
        And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresWill2020/11/16 04:30 PM
          re: "scaling"Dummond D. Slow2020/11/16 05:06 PM
            re: "scaling"Maynard Handley2020/11/16 05:29 PM
              re: "scaling"Dummond D. Slow2020/11/16 05:51 PM
                re: "scaling"Maynard Handley2020/11/16 06:51 PM
                  re: "scaling"Dummond D. Slow2020/11/16 07:22 PM
                    re: "scaling"Maynard Handley2020/11/16 07:23 PM
                      re: "scaling"Maynard Handley2020/11/16 07:27 PM
                        re: "scaling"Dummond D. Slow2020/11/16 07:37 PM
                          re: "scaling"Chester2020/11/16 09:25 PM
                          Actual power consumption values.Dummond D. Slow2020/11/17 08:05 AM
                    re: "scaling"Doug S2020/11/17 11:25 AM
                      Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/17 12:18 PM
                        Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDoug S2020/11/17 01:21 PM
                          Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTblaine2020/11/19 06:18 PM
                            Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 06:31 PM
                        Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTTJ2020/11/18 02:10 AM
                          Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsAndrei F2020/11/18 06:21 AM
                            SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsChester2020/11/18 08:02 AM
                              SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 08:17 AM
                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsnone2020/11/18 09:18 AM
                                  x264 without SIMD is nonsenseDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 09:31 AM
                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 10:13 AM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 10:21 AM
                                      SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsWilco2020/11/18 10:42 AM
                                        role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 12:06 PM
                                          role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersdifferent anon2020/11/18 02:27 PM
                                            role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 03:47 PM
                                              role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersDummond D. Slow2021/05/18 01:29 PM
                                          role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersRichardC2020/11/18 04:42 PM
                                          role of hand-optimized assembly in multimedia encodersnone2020/11/19 08:17 AM
                                      SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsnone2020/11/18 11:14 AM
                                        SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 12:17 PM
                                      SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 12:03 PM
                                        SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 12:25 PM
                                          SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 01:03 PM
                                            SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 03:57 PM
                                              SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 05:36 PM
                                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 05:50 PM
                                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDoug S2020/11/19 10:13 AM
                                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloads-.-2020/11/19 03:34 PM
                                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 03:35 PM
                                              SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsEtienne Lorrain2020/11/19 05:04 AM
                                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 06:58 AM
                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsChester2020/11/18 03:06 PM
                                  about bitratesDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 04:04 PM
                                    about bitratesChester2020/11/19 03:45 PM
                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsOok2020/11/18 04:05 PM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 04:21 PM
                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsNoSpammer2020/11/19 07:48 AM
                              SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAndrei F2020/11/18 08:44 AM
                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 08:48 AM
                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAdrian2020/11/18 09:15 AM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 09:41 AM
                                      SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAdrian2020/11/18 10:04 AM
                                        SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 10:32 AM
                                          SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAdrian2020/11/18 11:26 AM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 10:22 AM
                                      SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAdrian2020/11/18 11:28 AM
                                  SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsAndrei F2020/11/18 09:34 AM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 10:00 AM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsChester2020/11/18 03:18 PM
                                    SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsJukka Larja2020/11/20 09:03 AM
                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsChester2020/11/18 03:13 PM
                              SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsnone2020/11/18 09:07 AM
                                SPEC is NOT a representation of average workloadsMichael S2020/11/18 02:33 PM
                                  Interesting, thanks! (NT)none2020/11/19 08:03 AM
                            Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsrwessel2020/11/18 08:03 AM
                              Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDoug S2020/11/18 08:44 AM
                                Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 08:52 AM
                                  Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDoug S2020/11/18 03:59 PM
                                    Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 04:12 PM
                                      Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDoug S2020/11/19 10:19 AM
                                        Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 04:03 PM
                                          Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsUngo2020/11/19 09:12 PM
                                            Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsDummond D. Slow2020/11/20 09:45 AM
                                It's not really SMT or adding small coresDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 08:58 AM
                                  It's not really SMT or adding small coresDoug S2020/11/18 04:02 PM
                                    It's not really SMT or adding small coresDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 04:27 PM
                                Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsxyz2020/11/18 01:14 PM
                                  Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 01:54 PM
                                    Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsGabriele Svelto2020/11/18 02:41 PM
                                      Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsMaynard Handley2020/11/18 02:52 PM
                                        Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsGabriele Svelto2020/11/18 03:05 PM
                            Cinebench is NOT a representation of average workloadsTJ2020/11/18 12:46 PM
                            SMT shines in IO heavy & commercial DB workloadsxyz2020/11/18 01:05 PM
                            "Average workloads" don't exist (NT)Foo_2020/11/19 03:55 AM
                          Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 08:02 AM
                            Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTMaynard Handley2020/11/18 09:37 AM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 09:55 AM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDavid Hess2020/11/18 01:12 PM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTMaynard Handley2020/11/18 02:12 PM
                                  Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTJörn Engel2020/11/18 05:04 PM
                                    Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTanonymou52020/11/18 05:37 PM
                                      Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTJörn Engel2020/11/19 04:28 AM
                                  Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDavid Hess'2020/11/19 07:25 PM
                          Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTAdrian2020/11/18 08:23 AM
                            Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTgallier22020/11/19 12:21 AM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTJames2020/11/19 02:22 AM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTWilco2020/11/19 05:06 AM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTanonymou52020/11/19 02:34 AM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTgallier22020/11/19 09:04 AM
                                  big.LITTLE with different ISAsJames2020/11/19 09:41 AM
                                    big.LITTLE with different ISAsgallier22020/11/20 03:36 AM
                                    big.LITTLE with different ISAsanon2020/11/20 01:31 PM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTAdrian2020/11/19 02:56 AM
                        Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTJon Masters2020/11/18 12:46 PM
                          Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTanonymou52020/11/18 03:41 PM
                          Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/18 04:17 PM
                            Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTMaynard Handley2020/11/18 05:46 PM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTJon Masters2020/11/19 12:31 AM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 07:01 AM
                              Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTAdrian2020/11/19 02:50 AM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTAdrian2020/11/19 03:10 AM
                                Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTMaynard Handley2020/11/19 10:13 AM
                                  Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTDummond D. Slow2020/11/19 04:10 PM
                        Apple loses a lot by not having turbo and SMTjuanrga2020/11/19 02:49 AM
                    re: "scaling"sr2020/11/17 12:39 PM
                      re: "scaling"Adrian2020/11/17 01:41 PM
                        re: "scaling"Adrian2020/11/17 01:52 PM
                          re: "scaling"Chester2020/11/17 06:29 PM
                  re: "scaling"anonymou52020/11/16 08:18 PM
                    re: "scaling"Maynard Handley2020/11/16 08:44 PM
        And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresDummond D. Slow2020/11/16 05:12 PM
          And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresMaynard Handley2020/11/16 05:31 PM
            And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresDummond D. Slow2020/11/16 05:46 PM
        And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresMaynard Handley2020/11/16 07:04 PM
          And the NZ'ers are first to deliver cinebench scoresDummond D. Slow2020/11/16 07:28 PM
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