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Benchmarking

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have no idea if this question ever be posted; but an simple benchmark to get an idea how well hardware setups are computing via faceswap would be nice.

a ranking chart would give users ideas how to archive better computing power.


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Re: Benchmarking

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The problem is it's SO subjective, it varies heavily on CPU, GPU, Model, PCI-E Lanes, and more. It's almost impossible to properly acccount for them in any meaningful way.


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it would be enough to see in numbers how well or bad the setups compute. to compare the systems and determine what is possible to get better results out of my setup.


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Re: Benchmarking

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I have no issues with someone starting this kind of thread, with the caveats that @bryanlyon mentions.

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