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Gap in performance test.

Question asked by Jerome De San Nicolás on Aug 24, 2018

Hi there.

 

We have some performance issues and with our IT dept we are trying to find where these things come from.

I run the performance test from SolidWorks Rx in order to compare my computer whit other to see if it's normal, and I have found a guy with a "similar" computer.

 

there is my result :

 

Name

 

:

JDSN (me)

Solidworks

 

:

2017:5.0: x64

OS

 

:

Microsoft Windows 10 Professionnel pour les Stations de travail:SP0:x64

Computer

 

:

Dell Inc.:Precision Tower 3420

CPU

 

:

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1245 v6 @ 3.70GHz [Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 9] (8 processors)

RealView

 

:

5.7

Graphics

 

:

Intel(R) HD Graphics P630

Ram

 

:

32659

Hard Disk

 

:

256:SCSI

 

SolidWorks Preformance Test (sec) (overall= cpu + Graphics + I/O)

 


 

Overall=52.1    Cpu= 31.2   Graphics=6.5    I/O=14.4
Render=7.2    Simulation=0.0

 

 

 

And this is the guy :

 

Name

:

Random dude

Solidworks

:

2017:5.0: x64

OS

:

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro:SP0:x64

Computer

:

Dell Inc.:Precision Tower 3420

CPU

:

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1225 v6 @ 3.30GHz [Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 9] (4 processors)

RealView

:

5.8

Graphics

:

Intel(R) HD Graphics P630

Ram

:

16275

Hard Disk

:

500:SCSI

 

SolidWorks Preformance Test (sec) (overall= cpu + Graphics + I/O)

 


 

Overall=31.2    Cpu= 0.9   Graphics=3.5    I/O=26.7
Render=0    Simulation=0.0

 

 

 

As far I can see, we got pretty similar specs. (I got a slightly better processor and more RAM) but in overall, he got 31.2s sec and I had 52.1s.

I am sure that it could be caused by one million thing, but where should I start looking at for improve my performances ?

 

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