Reason 9.5 & above CPU Stress Tests (2017, two different songfiles included)!

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Post 05 Mar 2019

Przemyslaw wrote:
05 Mar 2019

Many thanks for the description. It's very interesting that you went through the whole reason test complex. I have i7 7820x, after OC 19990 points in the passmark and I reach 56 seconds in this complex test. The remaining specification is comparable to yours. With the fact that it's great if you carried out the test on Tascam US2x2 drivers (preferably with 1024samples latency in Reason audio preferences). The control surface is unlikely to affect the test.
You have a very strong single core processor, I wonder if this determines such a huge performance. Your 3038 to 2489 in my single thread processor. That's 20% more.
As jam-s suggested I was running with CPU limit at none. Setting it 95% made a difference. I will try running out to the Tascam when I get a chance and see if that changes anything.
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Post 05 Mar 2019

EnochLight wrote:
05 Mar 2019
splangie wrote:
04 Mar 2019

I don't have the option of turning off HT with a 9700k.
Of course you do - under Reason’s Preferences. And there should be an option under your motherboard BIOS if you want to turn it off for Windows (which I don’t recommend).
The 9700k doesn't run HT, just 8 straight cores. It is a slightly slower 9900k with HT turned off and less L3 cache. I picked it because it was about 150 cheaper than the 9900k at the time and I feel slightly less vulnerable to side channel attacks. Probably just a pipe dream and I probably should have sucked it up and picked the 9900.
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Post 06 Mar 2019

splangie wrote:
05 Mar 2019
The 9700k doesn't run HT, just 8 straight cores.
viewtopic.php?p=434834#p434834

;)

Meh, that 9900 isn't really that much faster - single thread is almost identical to the 9700k. I'm sure you're fine.
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Post 06 Mar 2019

EnochLight wrote:
06 Mar 2019
splangie wrote:
05 Mar 2019
The 9700k doesn't run HT, just 8 straight cores.
viewtopic.php?p=434834#p434834

;)

Meh, that 9900 isn't really that much faster - single thread is almost identical to the 9700k. I'm sure you're fine.
It feels almost like buying a new 4x4 F250 and not getting the offroad package. Sorta. But maybe not.
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Post 06 Mar 2019

splangie wrote:
06 Mar 2019
It feels almost like buying a new 4x4 F250 and not getting the offroad package. Sorta. But maybe not.
Lol! Yeah, that's a great comparison.
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Post 06 Mar 2019

splangie wrote:
04 Mar 2019
LiberalTugboat wrote:
01 Mar 2019
Does anyone still have this file? The links on the first page no longer work.
If you need a copy of those files let me know.
Yes, I would like a copy of the files. Can you upload them to a file service and DM me the link?

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Post 07 Mar 2019

LiberalTugboat wrote:
06 Mar 2019
splangie wrote:
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If you need a copy of those files let me know.
Yes, I would like a copy of the files. Can you upload them to a file service and DM me the link?
Try this -
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... Cx5j6B_ApQ
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Post 07 Mar 2019

splangie wrote:
07 Mar 2019
LiberalTugboat wrote:
06 Mar 2019


Yes, I would like a copy of the files. Can you upload them to a file service and DM me the link?
Try this -
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... Cx5j6B_ApQ

Hi all!
I've updated the links on the main post and now they should work!
I moved my online storage and did not realize I messed up, sorry :)

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Post 08 Mar 2019

Front page downloads work now. Thanks everyone! I will let you know how my computer does.

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Post 08 Mar 2019

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (stock speeds, Using Ryzen Balanced power setting)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 3200
Sound Card: Blue Yeti microphone (using ASIO4all @ 44.1 kHz and 512 Buffer)

When playback stops / Computer too slow warning appears COMPLEX RE ----> 4.4.2.49 (7 sec)
When playback stops / Computer too slow warning appears Simple FX Chain ----> 35.1.2.86 (1 min 8 sec)

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Post 15 Mar 2019

"And as a nice bonus, it improves performance if you're not using VSTs too! Read on for the details..." https://www.propellerheads.com/blog/rea ... ow-in-beta

Can someone with access to the BETA 10.3 test before and after with the complex file to see the performance difference?

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Post 15 Mar 2019

Kategra wrote:
15 Mar 2019
"And as a nice bonus, it improves performance if you're not using VSTs too! Read on for the details..." https://www.propellerheads.com/blog/rea ... ow-in-beta

Can someone with access to the BETA 10.3 test before and after with the complex file to see the performance difference?
It's my understanding that the first round of beta testing is going to be with logging on, so one should wait until logging has been turned off before running the benchmark.

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