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True algodoo benchmark

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Author: homieeee

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Filesize: 103.55 kB

Date added: 2014-04-09

Rating: 5

Downloads: 504

Views: 284

Comments: 21

Ratings: 1

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Re-branded function of algodoo's Bench_steps(n) function

Comment your time a compare!!!! My best score is 1.612443 seconds on a i5 4670k @ 4Ghz:tup:
Last edited at 2014/04/09 14:57:06 by homieeee
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Not too bad its a pretty demanding scene:tup:
5.5 on a macbook air i5 with 8 gb flash memory
In your description of the scene you wrote "Bench_steps(n)" but the function is actually "sim.step_N(n)".

Anyhow, would you mind explaining how the benchmark works? Please explain the script line-by-line. Thanks!
core i3, 3.1GHz, integrated video
Sure Xray! In algodoo there is a built in function called "Bench_steps(n)" which does the same code as my "benchmark" function except "Bench_steps(n)" prints to the console.

The code basically gets "System.time" which is like "sim.time" except it never stops and also is a more specific number.

Next, it forces the simulation to run 100 steps (i.e Sim.Step_N(100);)which is just like running the scene but it does it as fast as it can! (A step is one total scene calculation for 1/(frequency of scene) of a second)

Then it gets the system time again, finds the difference and it shows how long it took to do 100 simulation steps!

I hope that helps:bonk:
Well, I'm still a little confused about what you said. You said "Bench_steps(n)" is a built-in function, but I don't believe it is. It appears to be a user-created function. "sim.steps_N" is a built-in function (what Algodoo calls an intrinsic function) which Bench_steps(n) calls. Anyhow, I now understand how your code works. Thanks!
Bench_steps is always with algodoo even after a config reset. Just type bench_steps into the console
Hmmmmm.... interesting. I'll have to look into that issue a little further.

Thanks again!
3.8 - What is it?
No Problem Xray!

@Litz, 3.8 is how many seconds it took for you computer to run the simulation
So thats fast?
Now again: 3.9225845
I would say its about average! I can't tell exactly
Mine was 4.5523834 on a Dell(R) Inspiron with an Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual-Core E5300 CPU. Is that fairly good?
Also it's 2.60 GHz along with 3 GB of RAM
Is mine slow, average, or fast???
That's a a little lower than average!
3.99 sec
AMD A10-5700 APU, 3.40 GHz, 8.00 GB RAM, Win 8.1
3.82 Sec.

AMD Phenom II X4 840T processor 2.9 GHz
OS: Windows 7 (64 bit)
7.88 secs on a Celeron N2830