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CPU Render Benchmark


robcat2075

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Here are my results:

Best time was 2:13 on a Ryzen 3500U mobile processor.   I will test with my Threadripper 1950x system a bit later and post those results.

 

 

 

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You should with that kind of system ;).

I think the king till now was 1:29 and you got it cut by 15s for single core again and I am pretty sure you would kill it for a multi-core benchmark like the following one with that machine. Looks like quite a beasty one – congratulations ;).


AM Bench 2017:

Benchmark: https://www.patchwork3d.de/am-bench-2017-201-en

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*Fuchur*

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Uh, the big guy: 5950x ;).
That one is a beast :). I am pretty sure that the zoom meeting was close to not mattering at all for a 16 core machine like that ;). You would have to run Netrender with at least 15 slaves (maybe even 30 or so) that it would make a big difference ;).

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*Fuchur*

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Well Here you go Intel I9 12900 with 32 gigs of ddr5 all NVMe drives Samsung 980s.  This is the 2009 bench mark

47 seconds a frame.  I am rendering the 2017 benchmark now and should have results shortly.  I redid the AMD 5950x and got 59 secs to 1:01 per frame.image.png

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53 seconds!

Steve @Shelton has gifted me with a fabulous new computer to further my A:M computing. Thank you, Steve!

At the very top of this thread, in 2009, that benchmark scene was taking 19 minutes and 59 seconds to render.

Now it's less than 1 minute!

 

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On 5/9/2022 at 6:52 PM, robcat2075 said:

53 seconds!

Steve @Shelton has gifted me with a fabulous new computer to further my A:M computing. Thank you, Steve!

At the very top of this thread, in 2009, that benchmark scene was taking 19 minutes and 59 seconds to render.

Now it's less than 1 minute!

 

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I forgot the specs...

version: v19.5 (beta)

render time: 0:53

CPU Brand and model: Intel i7-12700K

Actual CPU speed in GHz: about 4.8GHz in this render

how many cores A:M is using: probably just one although CPU has 12

RAM: 32 GB!

OS: Windows 10

Computer also has a 500 GB NVMe SSD for the  C : drive

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@Madfox

One more setting to check is your computer's  Power Option. By default the OS is usually set to a power saving mode and the CPU never cranks up to its highest speed when it's just running mainly one core (Like A:M does)

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NetRender calls up more cores and will usually crank up the CPU even when a power saving mode is selected.

 

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