Rendering 3D Graphics on a 32×32 RGB LED Matrix Display with a Raspberry Pi and GeeXLab
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ArionBench is a software tool that allows you to benchmark the computing performance of your machine.ArionBench is based on Arion 2 Technology (RCSDK), so it is capable of putting your CPUs and/or GPUs under heavy stress, to see how fast they perform when they must face the task of simulating the flow of light in a 3D scene.ArionBench, and the list of results that we keep on this page, are fantastic tools for generic hardware analysis. But moreover, they are particularly valuable for Arion users who need to make a decision as to what CPUs or GPUs to buy for optimal rendering performance.RequirementsAn x86 computer and (recommended) an nVidia CUDA video cardArionBench can run on any modern 32-bit/64-bit computer. However, to benefit from hardware acceleration (GPU), a nVidia CUDA video card with sm_20 (or newer) compute capability is required. Any GeForce card of the 400 series (or newer) and the corresponding Tesla/Quadro models are supported.