Photoshop diglloyd Speed1- Real World Benchmark

Hackintosh versus Macintosh
[ iFive vs. iMac ]

The diglloyd Speed1 benchmark uses a mix of the most commonly operations in everyday use of Adobe Photoshop CC. This test is a CPU-constrained test, generally needs 8GB of memory. It runs a mix of operations including Unsharp Mask, image resizing, image rotation, invert, Levels, Curves, Gaussian Blur, Shadow Highlight.

More about this test here,
Download this benchmark here

lloydChart

 

 

Read more about Hackintosh iFive @ 3.7 “Gee” (Hack Pro Rig) Test Configuration:

Screen Shot 2015-05-01 at 10.02.31 AM

lloydScreenShot

Bench settings, typical workflow setup,  History = 30 and Cache Levels = 4, Cache Tile Size =1024K, Use GPU, RAM 12G)

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Posted on May 1, 2015, in Apple OS X, Benchmark, Photoshop and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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