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On Thu, 9 Dec 1999, John Brubaker wrote: > Rafe - I just upgraded to an Athlon 700 on Asus System board. If you give > me the benchmarking program, or specs., I will run them for you. My system > does very well with Photoshop, but I probably need a bit more memory (I have > 256m. now and should have 512m. ). Thanks --- John. John, all I did was run a series of Photoshop operations on a randomly-chosen Photoshop file -- things like resample, Gaussian Blur, Unsharp masking, Watercolor filter, distort, and so on. The file was a 24-bit RGB file, total size of around 26 Mbytes (2500x3700 pixels or so.) (I use Photoshop 4.01, though, and I realize most everyone else is using 5.x) The post with my "results" was about 2 days ago, you might be able to dig through the list archives (maybe even on your own computer) and find it -- I can't access it from here at the moment. Bill Gore did respond privately with measurements from his 350 MHz G3. Most of his timings were faster by a factor of not-quite-two. Eg. Watercolor filter ran in 125 seconds on my AMD K2-350, and 70 sec. on his G3. Bill was actually the only person, from either camp, to respond with real numbers. rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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