Quote from: Wombat on 10 November, 2010, 04:48:52 PMInteresting. Having that close numbers between SSD and HDD makes me wonder. Do you have Win7 and some kind of Readyboost kicking in?I'm using the Windows 7 64 Professional but all HDD features are disabled, the IntelSSDToolbox did the trick and that is one way of disabling all, the other way is manual via registry but I bet you know all this. Well even the pagefile is disabled which makes me wonder if that was the case.
Interesting. Having that close numbers between SSD and HDD makes me wonder. Do you have Win7 and some kind of Readyboost kicking in?
pagefile shouldn't be disabled on an ssd.read:http://blogs.msdn.com/b/e7/archive/2009/05...drives-and.aspx(search for pagefile)
Unhandled Exception: System.Exception: Bits per sample must be 16. at CUETools.Codecs.FLACCL.FLACCLWriter..ctor(String path, Stream IO, AudioPCMConfig pcm) at CUETools.FLACCL.cmd.Program.Main(String args)
Just got GTX 580 and had to test encoding speeds. FlacCL 0.2 seems to lose to old GTX 285 with compression ratios >8 but wins with the others. Once again --cpu-threads 2 setting was fastest for me but this card got a bit slower with --slow-gpu setting.
Thanks! Works perfect on my gtx470. Any chance, that this encoder will support non 16bits per sample format?
Is this encoder compatible with an onboard HD3200, or it's something newer...?
Just got GTX 580 and had to test encoding speeds.
reporting that i got further with the 10.11 driver, but still fails:
Funny to see 1400x speed, holy sh...
This version can work without atomics, which are not supported by hd4xxx hardware, and the rest of the problem might in theory be driver related, but i don't think AMD would fix it if it could. They are more interested in selling new cards then extending the life of old ones.
CL finally beats old CUDA results in speed for me but filesize is a bit larger.
It is not getting better with the bitrates.My test sample: Opeth - For Absent Friends. The sample is very "basic", just two guitars.FLAC 1.2.1 -8 472 kbpslibFlake#0.1 -11 457 kbpsFlaCuda#.91 -11 460 kbpsFLACCL#0.3 -11 461 kbpsFLACCL#0.4 -11 462 kbps