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  • #16
    No problem Tim..I am glad that I can help....I could not see any changes with this build...here is the log below...and not sure if this could help you guys but I record a video of that dx12 test here is the link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHpN...ature=youtu.be
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    • #17
      Thanks for that and thanks for the video it was good to have a visual reference for what is happening. Some more changes were made to the latest public release build so could be please install this build and let us know if the behaviour is still the same.

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      • #18
        No changes Tim......it was the same as last time,exactly like that video that I sent............

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        • #19
          While looking through the submissions from other users with the same videocard as yours with DX12 results, we notice that they are all running a later builds of Windows 10 than yours. The logs you submitted show that you are using "Windows 10 Professional Edition build 10240", which should be the Windows 10 release build. Can you update your Windows 10 to see if the issue still exists?

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          • #20
            Well thatīs possible and it did cross to my mind.....I will probablly try it....thx

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            • #21
              Fair enuf I update my win and now dx12 test working just fine Ty guys!!!

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              • #22
                OK great news.
                We might put a check into the software to prevent the DX12 test running on unpatched Win10 releases.

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                • #23
                  Just upgraded to Performance Test 9 and tested a laptop that scored 1440 in PT8, now only 750 in PT 9, The Hard Drive scores plummeted from PT 8 to PT9. Is this supposed to be that radical a difference, it's hard to benchmark comparison when the Disk Mark takes such a hit between versions. Seems I can't upload ptx file attachments here, but both results have been uploaded as an HP 250 G5 today 11-2-2016
                  Fair winds and following seas,
                  David

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                  • #24
                    Pagedude,
                    No, there should not be much difference in the results between V8 and V9.
                    I found your two baselines files. Numbers #706527 and #706522.

                    I think there must be some external factor effecting the disk scores. Scores in V9 were,
                    Read 21MB/sec
                    Write of 15MB/sec
                    Seek+RW: 1MB/sec

                    Which are super low scores. It is almost as if you benchmarked your USB flash drive and not the hard disk.


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                    • #25
                      I did launch both from my USB Flash Drive, but checked the settings to insure it was (supposed to be) benchmarking the C Drive.
                      Fair winds and following seas,
                      David

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                      • #26
                        On a different computer, HP Pavillion 23-G013W (or HP 23-G013W )I got the same type of results PT9 disk mark in the 140 range, PT8 disk mark in the 1350 range. Again, both run from USB Drive, Settings checked before running to insure C Drive was indicated as being tested. Benchmarks #473025 and 706976
                        Last edited by Pagedude; 11-03-2016, 11:48 PM. Reason: Added Benchmark numbers
                        Fair winds and following seas,
                        David

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                        • #27
                          I believe we were able to reproduce and fix this issue for the next release, if the PerformanceTest settings had the "User AppData" option selected and PerformanceTest was run off USB then although it would show the drive under test as the default (C: ) the test file could be created on the USB drive (as when running off USB it will override the locations of the AppData/UserData folders).

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                          • #28
                            Excellent, Thanks! As always Great work by your team.
                            Fair winds and following seas,
                            David

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                            • #29
                              The new UI doesn't seem to have the ability to show comparative graphs of all tests within a category. Have I missed something?

                              That was a great way to see, at a glance, whether successive runs have uncovered changes or problems in particular areas of operation. What I mean is something like this:



                              Is there a way to get this kind of category overview from version 9?

                              Thanks.

                              -Noel Carboni (licensed user of PerformanceTest versions 7 and 8 ).
                              Last edited by NoelC; 03-03-2017, 06:32 PM.

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                              • #30
                                The graphs are all still there.

                                You need to click on the top Grey button. See the screen shot below.

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