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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby elianda » 2014-1-18 @ 13:11

Just disable vsync at driver side for 3D benchmarks.
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edit: With your settings (TnL) it seems to cap at 1500 fps.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Mau1wurf1977 » 2014-1-18 @ 13:45

Oh V-Sync is enabled by default? Interesting :)

Well it has been added to the archive. Zipping it now and will upload it shortly and then create new threads for DOS, Windows 3.1 and 98.

Also changing my test bench back to a Slot 1 machine and will use a notebook HDD because the Microdrive is a bit slow :)
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby feipoa » 2014-3-08 @ 14:23

Attached are BYTEMark from BYTE Magazine and Roy Longbottom's whetstone/dhrystone. For the 486/686 benchmarks, I ran byte32. Here is a good commentary about ByteMark written by Dr. B. Domanski.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby vetz » 2014-4-28 @ 17:31

Here are some Winstone ISO's which I acquired. Thanks go to Artex and idspispopd which helped me out.

Winstone 96: https://archive.org/details/PCMagBenchmark
Also includes: Winbench 96

Winstone 97: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=580
Also includes: Winbench 97

Winstone 98: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=579
Also includes: 3D Winbench 98

Winstone 99: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=581
Business Winstone 99 1.0
Highend Winstone 99 1.0


Winstone 99/Content Creation 1.0: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=582
Business Winstone 99 1.2
Highend Winstone 99 1.2
3D Winbench 2000 1.0
Winbench 99 1.1
Content Creation Winstone 1.0


Winstone 2001 + Content Creation 2001: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=583
Business Winstone 2001 Version 1.0
Content Creation Winstone 2001 Version 1.0


Winstone 2001 + Content Creation 2002: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=584
Business Winstone 2001 Version 1.0.2
Content Creation Winstone 2002 Version 1.0
3D Winbench 2000 Version 1.1
Winbench 99 Version 2.0
Audio Winbench 99 Version 1.0.1


If anyone have Winstone 94 and/or Winstone 95 please raise their voice and post!
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Artex » 2014-4-29 @ 18:45

Nice work!
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby obobskivich » 2014-4-30 @ 01:36

What about AquaMark 3? (http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=673 afaik you can't get it directly from the developer (since they no longer exist), but I've used the Guru3D mirror for years without issues). Will test DX9 and has fallbacks for older hardware, and is closer to a game time-demo than Futuremark is (and tends to be less biased IME than Futuremark). I'd expect very old hardware to score relatively poorly, but to it's merit/benefit it's still used as a benchmark utility today (and world-record scores are in the multiple hundreds of thousands currently - afaik as long as it's run from the "Basic" edition on the default settings scores are considered comparable across space/time).


There's also Rightmark's various benchmarks, specifically D3D Rightmark, and CPU Rightmark. I remember using D3D Rightmark years ago, but have never used CPU Rightmark (it appears to be more actively/recently updated though).
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Mau1wurf1977 » 2014-4-30 @ 02:01

To make it easier for me please post working links and test it under W98. I will add everything that has been added recently and upload a new ZIP.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby obobskivich » 2014-4-30 @ 02:09

Mau1wurf1977 wrote:To make it easier for me please post working links and test it under W98. I will add everything that has been added recently and upload a new ZIP.


Is the Guru3D link non-working for you? :depressed:

As far as Rightmark - I didn't link to it because I haven't played around with it in a while; figured it was worth discussing but wasn't sure if it was worth including. :blush:
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Mau1wurf1977 » 2014-4-30 @ 02:15

Sorry if it came across a bit short, just really busy :dead:

I dug out the proper W98 benchmark archive thread: viewtopic.php?f=46&t=38012

Will add Aquamark for sure. It's a good one.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby obobskivich » 2014-4-30 @ 03:46

Mau1wurf1977 wrote:Sorry if it came across a bit short, just really busy :dead:

I dug out the proper W98 benchmark archive thread: viewtopic.php?f=46&t=38012

Will add Aquamark for sure. It's a good one.


No, not short at all. I was just afraid I'd put in a bad link or that it wouldn't allow hotlinking or something. :blush:
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby vetz » 2014-4-30 @ 06:00

Artex wrote:Nice work!


Thanks, had to buy the discs (that came with PC Magazine) from Ebay as nobody had them in their collection. This is the only place you'll find those versions anywhere on the internet. Trust me I've searched.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby [GPUT]Carsten » 2014-4-30 @ 22:51

There's also a DOS-Version of MDK-Benchmark. It's quite different from the MDK2-Bench, though, only some weird moving, fancy colored lines. It's mostly about CPU speed with a PPro200 marking "100", AFAIR. And it's predecessor, Shiny-Bench.

Then there's the X rolling demo (way before X²), which runs fine on early D3D cards.

And the Turok Benchmark. Has special dlls for several early 3D cards.

I think I've got early versions of Wintune (95?) and an HD Tach 2.7. What about Vulpine GL?

edit:
Ok, here's one. AFAIR the very first D3D Game - Hellbender:
ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/DESKAPPS/GAMES/ ... ellbender/

Also I might recommend:
DroneZMark
Fog City
Wizmark and
Gun Metal Benchmark from:
http://benchmarkhq.ru/english.html?/be_video.html

and KribiBench from
http://benchmarkhq.ru/english.html?/be_cpu.html
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby NitroX infinity » 2014-5-01 @ 12:05

@Mau1wurf1977; Got a link to the latest of these benchmark archives? maybe update the first post with links to those?
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Mau1wurf1977 » 2014-5-01 @ 12:25

NitroX infinity wrote:@Mau1wurf1977; Got a link to the latest of these benchmark archives? maybe update the first post with links to those?


Well the CF card I used to test these I must have wiped because the thread quietened down :(

So I'll have to (or someone else) revisit this again. But currently too busy with other projects :dead:
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Dakkiller » 2014-5-07 @ 13:35

Mau1wurf1977 wrote:Just had this idea...

We always get "fresh blood" and people building systems.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a ZIP file with an assortment of benchmarks and tools ready to go?

So to make it easier to document and compare systems without having to hunt down files on the Internet?

For DOS I have a nice collection I could put together, but for Windows 95/98 I'm finding it hard as I don't have much experience. If the benchmarks need something like .NET or similar runtime pack, I guess we have to include it as well.

Link to DOS Benchmark Archive V1.1

Contains:

Superscape Alternate Realities VGA Benchmark 1.0 (3DBench)
Superscape Alternate Realities VGA Benchmark 1.0c (3DBench2)
Norton System Information 4.5
Norton System Information 6.01
Norton System Information 8.0
Landmark System Speed Test 2.0
Landmark System Speed Test 6.0
System Speed Test 4.78 (Speedsys)
PC Player 3D Benchmark 1.0
Quake Shareware 1.06 (Installer)
Doom Shareware 1.9 (Installer)
Circuit Analysis Benchmark Test
Cachechk
Roy Longbottom's DOS Tests
Memory and Video Speed 3.1
PC-Config Shareware 8.2
The Oldskool PC Benchmark 0.38 (TOPBench)
PC Magazine Labs Benchmark 5.5
Chris' 3D Benchmark
PC Bench 9.0 (Installer)

Link to Windows 98 Benchmark Archive V1.0

Contains:

Crystal CPU ID
Crystal Mark 2004 OpenGL Part
Disk Speed 32
Roadkil's Disk Speed
Everest Home Edition
SiSoft Sandra 99
3D WinBench 2000
3D Mark 99 MAX
3D Mark 2000
3D Mark 2001 SE
DX 8.1 Installer
PC Mark 2000
WinBench 99
WinTune 98


Awesome
Now that my Am5x86 system is working again, its time to get benchmarkin
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby vetz » 2014-7-22 @ 15:15

vetz wrote:Here are some Winstone ISO's which I acquired. Thanks go to Artex and idspispopd which helped me out.

Winstone 96: https://archive.org/details/PCMagBenchmark
Also includes: Winbench 96

Winstone 97: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=580
Also includes: Winbench 97

Winstone 98: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=579
Also includes: 3D Winbench 98

Winstone 99: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=581
Business Winstone 99 1.0
Highend Winstone 99 1.0


Winstone 99/Content Creation 1.0: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=582
Business Winstone 99 1.2
Highend Winstone 99 1.2
3D Winbench 2000 1.0
Winbench 99 1.1
Content Creation Winstone 1.0


Winstone 2001 + Content Creation 2001: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=583
Business Winstone 2001 Version 1.0
Content Creation Winstone 2001 Version 1.0


Winstone 2001 + Content Creation 2002: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=584
Business Winstone 2001 Version 1.0.2
Content Creation Winstone 2002 Version 1.0
3D Winbench 2000 Version 1.1
Winbench 99 Version 2.0
Audio Winbench 99 Version 1.0.1


If anyone have Winstone 94 and/or Winstone 95 please raise their voice and post!


Just got hold of Winstone 94 (which I've also found out is the first version released). I'll upload it to vogonsdrivers when I get the chance.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby nerd73 » 2014-10-29 @ 21:26

I managed to get Sysinfo 5.0, Sysinfo 7.0, and System Speed Test v4.70.


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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Tertz » 2015-5-19 @ 10:24

PC Player 3D Benchmark absents in Mau1wurf1977's archives. But v1.04 can be found with google.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby idspispopd » 2015-12-08 @ 08:18

Not sure if this is relevant for the thread, but Futuremark recently (~ 2 weeks ago) released the full versions of the following benchmarks for free:

3DMark06, 3DMark05, 3DMark03, 3DMark2001, 3DMark2000, 3DMark99
PCMark05, PCMark04, PCMark2002
Video2000 (never heard about that one)

Downloads here:
http://www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/legacy
I haven't found that mentioned on Vogons yet so I thought it might be interesting for some.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby PhilsComputerLab » 2015-12-08 @ 09:07

Yup!

I reported on this in my retro news :blush:

It was me that asked Futuremark to make available keys for 99,2000 and 2001 SE. They didn't have keys initially :lol:

A community member made a key generator and produced the generic keys that are now on the website.
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