Mid-2010 iMac Core i5 Quad

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Rodeo
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Mid-2010 iMac Core i5 Quad

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Build: svn3467 x86_64, MacGUI, built under 10.6.4 with Xcode 3.2.3, gcc 4.2.1, yasm 1.0

Machine: Mid-2010 iMac 11,3 – 2.8 GHz Intel Core i5-760 – 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 (4 cores, no Hyper-Threading)

From: FireWire 800, RAID 0: 2 x 2.5”, 5400 rpm

Source: A New Hope, Chapters 1 to 3 (7:28), Original NTSC DVD Release (07/21/2004)

Dimensions: 720x480, 720x364 after cropping (56/60/0/0)

Average over 3 encodes.

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iPod preset (320 x 128):                                441 fps

iPhone & iPod Touch preset (480 x 208):                 328 fps

iPod Legacy preset (640 x 272):	                      191 fps

Normal preset (720 x 364):                              183 fps

Universal preset (720 x 368):                           154 fps

AppleTV preset (720 x 368):                             114 fps

iPad preset (720 x 368):                                109 fps

High Profile preset* (720 x 368):                       102 fps
*Detelecine Off, Decomb Off

High Profile preset (720 x 368):                         83 fps
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Re: Mid-2010 iMac Core i5 Quad

Post by AugieMendoza »

Nice benchmarks. I've actually been considering upgrading my macbook to one of the new i5/i7 iMacs.
Would you mind doing Big Buck Bunny just to have a better comparison of your setup against mine?

I just finished doing Big Buck Bunny using: Big_Buck_Bunny_1080p_surround_FrostWire.com.avi
I encoded it with the appletv setting (nothing changed) and svn 3477, managed to get 20.07fps. : /

I'd like to see what you get as i've had my eye on those new iMacs for a bit now
BTW, I have a 2008 unibody macbook, 2.4ghz c2d, 2g ram

Thank you!

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