Simple Stop @ 18.104.22.168 (0:01:01:301)
complex V2 stop @ 22.214.171.124 (0:01:05:387)
Windowsupdate, Kaspersky and a download is running..
also the browser .. have more than enough power
Windows 10 x64
Intel Xeon E5-2683v3 (QFQK - 250€ eBay)
16GB RAM ECC
Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB Audiointerface
44.1kHz / 95% / 256 Samples (7ms/9ms)
Ati Radeon EX 460
Super Silent PC, you can´t hear anything
Your CPU model : Intel i7 4790k @4.0Ghz no OC
16BG Ram 2x8
Mbox 2 mini will be upgrading that soon.
sample rate 44100 Hz
COMPLEX RE ----> @ 2048 buffer everything is maximised 0:00:02:043 ???
Simple FX Chain ----> @ 2048 buffer 0:01:32:741 @4096 buffer 0:01:36:131
Thanks for posting your results!
My results again for comparison:
Complex RE = 24 seconds
Simple FX Chain = 1 min 10 seconds
CPU usage limit set in Reason 8 = 95%
Sample rate = 44,100 Hz
Buffer length = 1024 samples (max )
CPU i7 6800K @ 3.98 Ghz
RAM 16 GB Quad Kit 2400 Mhz, CL14
SSD Samsung 250 GB (Windows 10 Creators edition 64 bit + Reason installed on SSD)
RME ASIO Fireface 400 audio interface
It's interesting, that I get more on the SIMPLE FX, 9 seconds more than the E5 2683, but less than the 4790K which even tough it has no OC, it has a higher Turbo Boost clock than my i7 6800K 4Ghz OC.
Of course, on the Complex, the 14 core beast Xeon E5-2683v3 can handle a lot more than the 6 core i-6800K and the quad core i7 4790K can't play a full bar of the benchmark, mainly because all the stock REs present in song consume DSP just because they were added to the project, they don't have anything to do just be ready to process audio
Even if they were put to Bypass or OFF that does not drop the DSP they consume by any meaningful amount. Off course, they don't consume as much DSP for being in the rack as they do when sound actually passes trough them, but it's not negligible and that is why most Quad cores can't play the Complex at all.
This means that you can have more RV7000 Convolution Reverbs playing in series on the the higher GHz CPUs! But when you do a complex projects with lots of RE on different tracks it seems that high core count will perform a lot better and that I will upgrade to when the time comes (hope I keep the 6800k at least 3 years)