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Ryzen vs I7 performance

Pedro J CamelloDr Pedro J Camello
Hi all,

I´m using a macro to perform these operations:

1) load 720 images into a stack
2) for each slice preprocessing (filter, background substraction, thersholding) and segmentation (make binary and watershed)
3) for each slice counting particles , measuring several parameters of each particle and saving ROis and results in files

My question is about performance.
Using a Laptop  i7-4710HQ 2.5 GHz step 1 takes more than 300 seconds, and steps 2+3 around 600 seconds.
A Ryzen 5 1600 3.2/3.6 GHz times are about three times shorter.
Both computers run W10 with 16Gb.

Does this mean that Ryzen  CPU are faster working with ImageJ?

Thanks

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Re: Ryzen vs I7 performance

Gabriel Landini
> Does this mean that Ryzen  CPU are faster working with ImageJ?

Unlikely. You are reporting a difference between two specific *machines*, but
assume that the difference is solely due to the *CPU family* while the rest is
the same. I do not think that the comparison is fair.

Other things matter a lot: motherboard design, clock speed (there is ~ 1GHz
difference!), number of cores, drive (rpm? SSD? ) that you are loading the
data from, RAM speed, CPU configuration, IJ version, Java version, video
drivers and probably many others all might be contributing to the performance
too.

Cheers
Gabriel

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Re: Ryzen vs I7 performance

Herbie
In reply to this post by Pedro J CamelloDr Pedro J Camello
This is a cross-post from the Forum and the request has been answered by
Robert Haase in a similar fashion as Gabriel Landini did:
<https://forum.image.sc/t/ryzen-vs-i7-performance-in-imagej/38704/2>

I partially cite Robert Haase:
"You’re comparing an Intel Laptop CPU from 2014 with an AMD Desktop CPU
from 2017. etc. etc."

Regards

Herbie

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Am 06.06.20 um 00:00 schrieb Pedro J Camello:

> Hi all,
>
> I´m using a macro to perform these operations:
>
> 1) load 720 images into a stack
> 2) for each slice preprocessing (filter, background substraction, thersholding) and segmentation (make binary and watershed)
> 3) for each slice counting particles , measuring several parameters of each particle and saving ROis and results in files
>
> My question is about performance.
> Using a Laptop  i7-4710HQ 2.5 GHz step 1 takes more than 300 seconds, and steps 2+3 around 600 seconds.
> A Ryzen 5 1600 3.2/3.6 GHz times are about three times shorter.
> Both computers run W10 with 16Gb.
>
> Does this mean that Ryzen  CPU are faster working with ImageJ?
>
> Thanks
>
> --
> ImageJ mailing list: http://imagej.nih.gov/ij/list.html
>

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