Yeah I just used 10 cause it's easy to deal with . I think also we might need to remember the firmware version. Pre-April 2019 data is much larger, so guessing less compressed so needs less de-compressing? Not sure if that'll make a difference at all.Carbix wrote: ↑Sat Feb 29, 2020 12:38 amThis great data. My goal is to see what systems run this stuff the best. I wanted the file size to be something large enough to tax a system but small enough that we could run multiple runs and not take forever (we all have real work to do)
I'm very interested on how fast your system did the import. I have been using Cyclone Register 360. It looks like your using Cyclone "Original" (needs a better naming system).
One thing thats coming up to be very true is that the number of cores does not change the import time. Core speed is the big one.
We just got these machines actually. So nice and clean installs (we actually got them in December, but been in storeroom for 2 months while IT does their thing). The machines are i9-9900X with the Turbo Boost 3.0 function that is supposed to enable automatic higher clocks speeds of around 4.4Ghz but although enabled in the BIOS, Intel utility shows its disabled, and we are only getting 3.6Ghz.
And yes I have Cyclone 360 so I will get it installed and run a few tests when I have a gap.
Agreed on CPU clock speed. Seems to be the major limiting factor so far.