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  1. This is sort of the similar to the original meGUI test thread I started back in Feb. It's more or less the same thing, except this test uses a minimal number of avisynth plugins (just dgdecode.dll) and encodes a full 720x480 DVD sample. The original test was a 480x480, interlaced sample.

    Anyway, Techarp kindly agreed to host the file and results at this URL.

    This version doesn't require meGUI or .net to be installed. It's just avisynth and x264 all driven by a batch file. Have a look and please contribute (just post your results in this thread and I'll get them into the table).

    Thanks all!
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    MacPro 8 Core 2GB RAM XP32

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 134.54 fps, 1849.61 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 133.26 fps, 1849.61 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 134.54 fps, 1849.61 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 133.74 fps, 1849.61 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 135.35 fps, 1849.61 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 76.83 fps, 1845.32 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 76.62 fps, 1847.69 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 76.83 fps, 1846.23 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 76.98 fps, 1845.32 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 76.98 fps, 1846.23 kb/s
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    Core2 Duo E4500 , Gigabyte Mobo, 2GB DDR1 RAM, XP64

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 55.47 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 55.69 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.08 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.05 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.16 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.26 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.45 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.48 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.47 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.49 fps, 1826.20 kb/s
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    My two Vista computers:

    AM2 X2 Brisbane 4800+ (2.5Ghz) 2GB RAM Vista Premium 32
    Multiplier 12.5 Buss speed 200 Gigabyte GA-M51GM-S2G MB
    Chipset Nvidia GeForce 6100 Sbridge Nvidia nForce 410/430MCP
    2GB RAM Mushkin DDR2-6400 (800Mhz) Dual channel 400Mhz 5,5,5,18,23


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 63.28 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 64.76 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 64.51 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 64.24 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 64.90 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.99 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.03 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.99 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.87 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.02 fps, 1826.37 kb/s
    AM2 X2 Windsor 5200+ (2.6Ghz) 2GB RAM Vista Premium 32
    Multiplier 13 Buss speed 200 Gigabyte GA-MA69GM-SH2 MB
    Chipset ATI RS690/RS690M Sbridge ATI SB600
    2GB RAM Corsair XMS DDR2-6400 (800Mhz) Dual channel 400Mhz 5,5,5,18,23


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 70.33 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 70.25 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 70.11 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 70.03 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 70.16 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.12 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.19 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.24 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.23 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.24 fps, 1826.37 kb/s
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    e4500 - ASRock Mobo OC FSB from 200-220, 2GB DDR1 RAM, XP64

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.99 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.99 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 56.99 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 57.64 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 57.49 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.90 fps, 1826.23 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.94 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.92 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.93 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.91 fps, 1826.26 kb/s

    Dual Opteron 275 (2 Physical CPUs), 4GB RAM, XP64

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 106.81 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 107.63 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 107.02 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 106.50 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 106.30 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.12 fps, 1829.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 27.89 fps, 1829.07 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 27.98 fps, 1829.14 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.01 fps, 1829.52 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 27.88 fps, 1829.09 kb/s
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    The 4 year old computer in my profile (P4 2.4C @3.0GHz 2GB PC4000):


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.36 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.52 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.49 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.48 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 28.48 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.69 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.71 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.74 fps, 1826.39 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.70 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.70 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    I had to use v2.56 of AVISynth since v2.57 crashes for some reason. I doubt this affected my results though.

    It's funny, even a base C2D is more than twice as fast as mine. It's time for an upgrade. I'm hoping to get a MacBook Pro in a few months.

    @ Soopafresh: Mac Pro 8 core 2GB? That thing costs well over $4000!
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    @ Soopafresh: Mac Pro 8 core 2GB? That thing costs well over $4000
    !

    Yes, but if you needed that kind of performance, you would find a way to afford it.

    I'm at least happy my machines come up to the norm for their hardware configuration. I did notice both would blue screen when running the benchmark if ran overclocked to a 230Mhz FSB, so my results are stock 200Mhz FSB, no OC. X264 seems to put them to the test. Have to look further for the exact cause.
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  9. Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    MacPro 8 Core 2GB RAM XP32
    Wow dude, that's is a serious machine. Can you provide some additional info about it for the table?
    -processor type (since you have two quad core chips, they must be clovertown xeon 5300's right?)
    -processor speed (total GHz and the multiplier and FSB)
    -Motherboard chipset for Northbridge
    -memory timings and core rate (e.g. 5-5-5-15 @ 400 MHz)

    You should be able to find out all these by using CPU-Z

    Oh, also, which O/S are you running and is it 32 or 64-bit?

    Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    Core2 Duo E4500 , Gigabyte Mobo, 2GB DDR1 RAM, XP64
    Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    e4500 - ASRock Mobo OC FSB from 200-220, 2GB DDR1 RAM, XP64
    Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    Dual Opteron 275 (2 Physical CPUs), 4GB RAM, XP64
    Same info as above is needed for these machines.

    Thanks again for taking the time to run the benchmark!
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  10. AM2 X2 Brisbane 4800+ (2.5Ghz) 2GB RAM Vista Premium
    AM2 X2 Windsor 5200+ (2.6Ghz) 2GB RAM Vista Premium
    Can you also give me some info:
    -CPU multiplier and FSB
    -Motherboard's northbridge chipset
    -Memory timings and final clock rate

    Thanks!
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  11. Originally Posted by valvehead
    The 4 year old computer in my profile (P4 2.4C @3.0GHz 2GB PC4000):
    Thanks for the data... same questions for you:
    -processor codename
    -multiplier and fsb
    -mb northbridge chipset
    -mem timings and final clock rate
    -operating system

    Thanks again!
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  12. 2 day old system no tuning

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.03 fps, 1850.89 kb/s---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 73.74 fps, 1850.89 kb/s---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.13 fps, 1850.89 kb/s---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.32 fps, 1850.89 kb/s---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.03 fps, 1850.89 kb/s---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.20 fps, 1826.37 kb/s---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.10 fps, 1826.38 kb/s---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.34 fps, 1826.38 kb/s---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.34 fps, 1826.38 kb/s---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.22 fps, 1826.33 kb/s
    6750 1gb of 800mhz ram xp sp2 gobo mobo 333/1333 1stick

    or maybe this is unnecessary info?
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  13. @rabiddog - thanks! I just need your mem timings, multiplier and fsb
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    graysky,

    CPU: Northwood P4 2.4C w/HT overclocked to 3.0GHz (FSB 250MHz) multiplier is fixed @12
    (L1: 8KB, L2: 512KB)
    RAM: 2GB Corsair TWINX2048-400PT running at DDR500 3-4-4-8 (FSB:RAM = 1:1)
    MB: Asus P4C800-E dlx chipset: 875P
    OS: XP Pro SP2
    other details are in my computer profile

    Overall it's not bad for a four year old computer. At the time I built it, it was just about the best you could do with a single CPU system. I would love to build a new computer, but my needs are becoming more mobile. I had to give up my recording studio a few months ago, so now I need to work on a portable setup. Now that Macs are able to run Windows, I'm looking to get a Macbook Pro. I don't want to give up Windows since I have a lot invested in Windows-only apps. I do find OSX quite intriguing though. It'll be nice to have to have the option.
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    Wow dude, that's is a serious machine. Can you provide some additional info about it for the table?
    -processor type (since you have two quad core chips, they must be clovertown xeon 5300's right?)
    -processor speed (total GHz and the multiplier and FSB)
    -Motherboard chipset for Northbridge
    -memory timings and core rate (e.g. 5-5-5-15 @ 400 MHz)


    Will do. They're various machines owned by clients and friends. Here's the CPU-Z -txt= output

    machine_info.zip

    Dave - Yeah, I know - $4K But man, Firefox and notepad pop right on up.
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    Intel Q6600 stock settings (2.4GHz 266.7x9)
    Gigabyte P35-DS3P
    2Gb DDR2 PC6400


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 127.49 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 127.79 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 127.35 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 127.35 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 127.20 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 33.93 fps, 1829.27 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 33.50 fps, 1829.17 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 33.67 fps, 1829.39 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 33.73 fps, 1829.54 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 33.69 fps, 1829.24 kb/s
    Regards,

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  17. Cool rob, can you give me your mem timings and core mem speed. Also the o/s you used.
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    cpuz-q6600.htm
    Regards,

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  19. @rhegedus: cool... the cpuz.htm doesn't display for me (to get the mem info)
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    try now...
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  21. CPU: Athlon64 X2 4200+ (Toledo) @ 2376MHz (216MHz x 11)
    Mobo: ASUS A8N32-SLi Deluxe Socket 939 nForce4 MCP Motherboard (NVIDIA SPP100 (C51D) rev. A2)
    RAM: 2 x 1Gb Crucial PC3200 DDR (3-3-3-8 @ 216MHz) Dual channel
    OS: Win XP Home (SP2) fully up-to-date

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.97 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 54.00 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.97 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.68 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.94 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.43 fps, 1826.21 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.42 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.45 fps, 1826.26 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.44 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.42 fps, 1826.38 kb/s
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    Opteron 245, 4GB RAM, XP64

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.76 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.94 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.82 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.74 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 53.74 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 13.31 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 13.33 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 13.36 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 13.28 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 13.35 fps, 1826.33 kb/s


    opteron.zip
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  23. Intel Dual Core 2.4 9x266 2GB RAM. XP Pro

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 69.31 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 69.57 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 69.57 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 69.35 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 69.48 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.00 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.99 fps, 1826.21 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.98 fps, 1826.21 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.96 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 16.99 fps, 1826.38 kb/s
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    Just got a Q6600 a few days ago and thought I'd see how it fairs.

    Q6600 Quad at 2400 (266X9), Asus P5B Deluxe P965 bios 1215, Crucial 2 GB DDR2 PC-8500 locked at 1067Mhz and dual channeled(5-5-5-18@533Mhz). Win XP Pro SP2+ all updates. All other options in BIOS are default other than the 2 mentioned here.



    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 132.94 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 134.22 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 134.05 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 133.57 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 134.22 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 34.90 fps, 1829.03 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 34.58 fps, 1829.52 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 34.93 fps, 1829.36 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 34.87 fps, 1829.40 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 34.83 fps, 1829.51 kb/s


    very interesting test.....
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    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 61.50 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 61.74 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 61.98 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 62.01 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 61.98 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.03 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 14.99 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.02 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.01 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 15.07 fps, 1826.37 kb/s
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    Intel P4 NORTHWOOD 3.00ghz, BIOSTAR P4M80-M4 478 VIA mobo, Kingston Value Ram pc3200 1gb (2x512mb), XP Pro w/SP2.

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 25.39 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 25.71 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 25.63 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 25.62 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 25.79 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.21 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.13 fps, 1826.37 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.17 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.19 fps, 1826.38 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 6.14 fps, 1826.37 kb/s
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    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.13 fps, 1850.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.23 fps, 1850.91 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.38 fps, 1850.93 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.32 fps, 1850.89 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 74.33 fps, 1850.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.02 fps, 1826.21 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 17.95 fps, 1825.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.00 fps, 1826.16 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.00 fps, 1826.07 kb/s

    ---------- RUN5PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1749 frames, 18.03 fps, 1826.11 kb/s
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  28. @the old guy - thanks for the data!
    @budz - thanks for the data... what are the timings for your p4 results?
    @Guiboche - thanks for the data... can you provide more details for the table?
    http://encoding.n3.net <-- for all your DVD and CD backup needs!
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  29. Uhm? What more do you need?
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    Download CPU-Z http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php


    Clock on Registers Dump TXT


    Zip the TXT file and post it up here.
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