Benchmarks again Xeon vs etc for those who may have missed it

Hey all,

 

here are some benchies for Premiere, and AE. as well as Red 4k.

 

will add AE later actually. please do NOT pollute this thread, stay on topic and relevancy.

 

Video material – AVCHD 1080P 24 Frame Each Cut to 30 minutes of material

Export Codec – H264 HDTV 1080P 24 Preset Default

4 Effects per Layer – Fast Color Corrector, Brightness & Contrast, Video Limiter, Sharpen

Each Layer Scaled to 50% for 4 frame PinP view.

Ivy Bridge 3770 @ 4.7GHz

16GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 32Meg Cache Drives.  (2 sets raid 0)

680GTX 2GB video card

Adobe CS6

3 Layer – 28:05

4 layer – 33:19

 

3930K @ 3.2 GHz (stock)

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives.

670GTX 4GB video card

Adobe CS6

3 Layer – 30:12

4 layer – 37:00

 

3930K @ 4.5GHz

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives.

670GTX 4GB video card

Adobe CS6

3 Layer – 25:59

4 layer – 31:05    <—- winner by far.

 

2X Xeon E5 2687 @3.1

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives Raid 10

670GTX 4GB video card

Adobe CS6.02

3 Layer – 31:15

4 layer – 38:43

 

Note* the slowest performer in THIS test is the DUAL Xeon. this is more about GHZ than core count with this work flow even the Ivy @ 4.7GHz beat the stock 3930k

cant imagine how slow a single Xeon would be…  this is indicitive of the average workfow for most in Premiere.

 

Next up Red 4K where the Xeons shine.. we didnt bother with the Ivy system.

 

2X Xeon E5 2687 @3.1

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives Raid 10

670GTX 4GB video card

Adobe CS6.02

Red 4K to DPX  4096 x 2048 24p Full Range (max bit depth)

3 Layer – 8:13

4 layer – 11:52

 

 

3930K @ 3.2 GHz (stock)

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives.

670GTX 4GB video card

 

Red 4K to DPX  4096 x 2048 24p Full Range (max bit depth)

3 Layer – 11:23

4 layer – 13:55

 

3930K @ 4.5GHz

32GB DDR3 1600

4x 1TB 64Meg Cache Drives.

670GTX 4GB video card

 

Red 4K to DPX  4096 x 2048 24p Full Range (max bit depth)

3 Layer – 9:49

4 layer – 11:53   OH WAIT A TIE with the Xeons.. 

 

We feel there is a place for dual Xeons and red 4K tpe codecs or heavy animation is it..

 

Eric will have to post the AE info as there is way to many benchmarks in that folder. varied ram count, video cards etc plus he is still getting X79 #s

this gets to be a pain with every version change having to go back a redo #s.

 

Scott

ADK

 

[Message was edited by: Jim Simon – Added the stock 3930K speeds for easy reference.]

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