robcat2075 Posted October 19, 2022 Share Posted October 19, 2022 My new computer (thanks, Steve Shelton!) has an Intel Core i7-12700K with 12 cores, with a base frequency of 3.6 GHz and "boost" up to 5 GHz. Eight of the 12 cores are high-power "performance" cores and four are low-power "efficiency"cores. The performance cores can be Hyperthreaded to behave as two cores for up to 20 total cores. I've been giving it a workout with NetRender and testing to see how much extra work gets done with each additional core. This chart shows the relative thoughput of completed frames as the number of cores allotted to the render increases. The productivity of one core alone is treated as a baseline of 1.00, so we can look at this chart to see that with six cores working we will get 5.82 times as many frames completed per unit of time as with one core. I'll discuss this chart more in further posts 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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