We run two scripted Photoshop benchmarks: one that is threaded and fully taxes our CPUs and another that leverages OpenCL acceleration to offload work to our graphics cards.
Our results make it pretty clear that the OpenCL-accelerated filters don't use more than a single GeForce GTX 770. Thus, the SLI-capable system turns in numbers that look a lot like what we reported last quarter.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 770 isn't supported by the rest of our CS6-based suite, so the outcomes are decided by CPU performance.
Adobe does have CUDA and OpenCL support for Premiere Pro and After Effects though, so perhaps our move to Creative Cloud will start revealing differences between systems according to processor and graphics card specifications soon enough.
- Bring On The High-End Graphics
- CPU, Motherboard, And Cooler
- Video Cards, Power Supply, And Case
- Memory, Hard Drives, And Optical Drive
- System Assembly And Overclocking
- Test System And Benchmarks
- Results: Synthetics
- Results: Media Transcoding
- Results: Rendering And Productivity
- Results: Adobe Creative Suite
- Results: Compression Tools
- Results: Battlefield 3 And The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- Results: F1 2012 And Far Cry 3
- Power And Temperature
- Two GeForce GTX 770s In SLI Are, Obviously, Fast