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  1. #2681
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    OS: Windows 10 64bit
    12 Gb Ram
    My time with Blender 2.78 (sub 0), branch


    CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2680 2.7Ghz 03:36:40 (Tiles 240x136)
    02:36.46 (Tiles 16x28)


    GPU: Nvidia GTX 650 Ti 1GB 04:26:08 (Tiles 240x136)


    + Gt 430 for monitors 24 & 19 inches (CUDA off, PhysX no)

    2017-06-24_15-47-15.jpg?????? ?????? (29).png



  2. #2682
    1:35:00 | Mem: 132.63M, Peak: 133.75M


    i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70GHZ
    GeForce GTX 970 (also running Display)
    RAM 8GB
    Win 10 64bit



  3. #2683
    QuadCore Intel Core i5-2320, 3700 MHz (36 x 103)
    MSI GeForce 770 (2Gb)
    CPU Time 07:25
    GPU Time 02:00



  4. #2684
    Win 10 x64
    Blender 2.79 test build 1
    tiles 480 x 480
    time 01:16
    GPU gtx 970



  5. #2685
    Bmw2.7 Benchmark (2x BMW) - https://www.dropbox.com/s/6eg8a4l4lq...W27.blend?dl=0
    from https://blenderartists.org/forum/sho...-(Updated-BMW)
    Windows 8.1 64
    GPU Asus GTX 1080
    CPU Intel i7 6700 - 32GB(RAM)
    Blender 2.78c
    Resolution:1920x1080
    Scale:50%
    Samples:20
    Total samples:400 AA
    Light Paths: Bounces - min 3 / max 32

    Time GPU 0:55 / tiles 480 x 270



  6. #2686
    time 4:41:76 mem:133M Peak:142M (GPU CUDA)
    time 4:57:62 mem 133 peak 142M (CPU)

    blender 2.78c
    Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS 64bit
    Lenovo Thinkpad w540, 16GB RAM, Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz
    Nvidia Quadro K1100M
    libcuda1-375 - NVIDIA CUDA runtime library



  7. #2687
    blender 2.78c

    gpu cuda: 4:44.45 mem 132.62M peak: 141.59M
    cpu: 4:57.62 mem 132.62M peak: 141.59M

    16GB
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz
    lenovo thinkpad w540
    Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS 64bit
    NVIDIA Corporation GK107GLM [Quadro K1100M]



  8. #2688

    Total BS

    Originally Posted by Manolo76 View Post
    Have you activated the GPU for rendering ? Here's an other result with a GTX 1080 Ti and it's about 42s : https://blenderartists.org/forum/sho...=1#post3184449
    On an overclocked 1080 Ti (2,080 MHz GPU boost), you can't go below 2:10. If you see times below that, you're:

    1) Not running the benchmark as originally configured (i.e., you changed something (e.g., tile size, samples, whatever..., making the timing invalid))
    2) Lying
    Last edited by mikegold10; 31-Jul-17 at 14:08.



  9. #2689

    Bogus timings

    I just want to re-iterate that times below 2:00 on a 1080 Ti are complete BS. You are either modifying the benchmark parameters (i.e., not a straight F12 after you load the file) or lying.

    I get about 2:11-2:12 on a water cooled 1080 Ti overclocked to 2,080 MHz boost. You may be able to shave several seconds off, with a Kingpin overclocked above 2,100 MHz and by using a faster CPU than me (2600k at 4.3 GHz) to reduced scene pre-processing time.

    All these posts with ridiculous render times are either for multiple cards or with a modified benchmark. You can't go below 2 mins with a single GPU, no matter what GPU you are using, on the standard benchmark.



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    GPU EVGA GTX 1060 - time 1:21



  11. #2691

    Not sure if good?

    Not sure if this is good or not but

    Gtx 1080ti
    Ryzen 1800x
    16gb of ddr4 3200 ram
    windows 10

    Blender 2.78c
    Cycles Bmw Scene
    Tile size 480x270
    Samples 20

    Time: 38.78 secs

    its better than the 1080 thats for sure. How good is this compared to other people with the same gpu? Is this avg?



  12. #2692
    OK

    CPU AMD A8 7600
    GPU integrated AMD Radeon R7 720 MHz
    RAM 8 GB hyper x 1866 MHz
    OS Windows 10 Pro

    times

    CPU 12:51.85
    GPU(integrated) 14:11.95



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    Bmw2.7 Benchmark (2x BMW) - https://www.dropbox.com/s/6eg8a4l4lq...W27.blend?dl=0
    from https://blenderartists.org/forum/sho...-(Updated-BMW)


    OS: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
    CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 (stock)
    GPU: HD 6770
    Blender 2.78c
    Resolution:1920x1080
    Scale:50%
    Samples:20
    Edit: Note that this link is to the benchmark in this thread, and these settings are merely the default settings for that scene.


    Time (CPU): 2:18
    Time (GPU): N/A
    Note: The CPU boosted all cores to 3.4GHz during the entire benchmark.

    I was thinking about getting a GTX 1050 ti to help reduce render times, but, after looking at the times here, this CPU is so fast that anything less than a GTX 1060 would be a waste. And, with how expensive GTX 1060 6GB cards are, the best option is probably to wait until GTX 1070 cards return to reasonable prices, at least where I live. Rendering on this CPU will be plenty fast enough to get a lot of work done before I need to render on the GPU.

    Edit: For anyone wondering the RAM is stock as well, DDR4 2667. But, RAM speed is not significant for Ryzen for rendering.
    Last edited by AustinC; 13-Aug-17 at 01:35.
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    Blender 2.79 RC1 | Window 7 Pro
    Ryzen 5 1600| 8GB DDR4 2667 | HD 6770 1GB



  14. #2694
    Originally Posted by AustinC View Post
    Bmw2.7 Benchmark (2x BMW) - https://www.dropbox.com/s/6eg8a4l4lq...W27.blend?dl=0
    from https://blenderartists.org/forum/sho...-(Updated-BMW)


    OS: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
    CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 (stock)
    GPU: HD 6770
    Blender 2.78c
    Resolution:1920x1080
    Scale:50%
    Samples:20


    Time (CPU): 2:18
    Time (GPU): N/A
    Note: The CPU boosted all cores to 3.4GHz during the entire benchmark.

    I was thinking about getting a GTX 1050 ti to help reduce render times, but, after looking at the times here, this CPU is so fast that anything less than a GTX 1060 would be a waste. And, with how expensive GTX 1060 6GB cards are, the best option is probably to wait until GTX 1070 cards return to reasonable prices, at least where I live. Rendering on this CPU will be plenty fast enough to get a lot of work done before I need to render on the GPU.

    Edit: For anyone wondering the RAM is stock as well, DDR4 2667. But, RAM speed is not significant for Ryzen for rendering.
    You re-escaleed, the real result should be 4 times that, aproximately



  15. #2695
    Latest daily version is great.

    OS: Ubuntu 16.04
    GPU: NVidia GTX 1070
    Tiles: 480x540
    Render time: 00:42.08

    Screenshot from 2017-08-06 03-43-17.png



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    @wikifry, I think it's not like that, he's just mentioning the default scene settings. it is 1920x1080 at 50%

    @AustinC, To not create confusion, you just mention you are using BMW27.blend scene from this thread. Tile Size is the only thing that is allowed to modify anyway.
    Be patient, English is not my language.



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    *Stumbles on this thread again*
    *Is currently using 19 year old pc*

    huhheuheuheuheuheu

    results.JPG

    If the image doesn't show up, then here's what's up;

    (CPU render)

    Blender 2.53

    Specs:

    CPU: Intel Pentium iii Katmai 500Mhz Slot 1
    RAM: 384MB DDR 100Mhz
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce 6200 256MB PCI

    Render time: 1 hour, 32 minutes and 53 seconds.
    aka 01:32:53.25

    For some reason, I assume because the scene was built for a far newer version of Blender, appears noisy.

    Otherwise, pretty fast render for a scene built for quad core 64-bit CPUs.
    Last edited by Miss Tiacht; 06-Aug-17 at 06:28.
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  18. #2698
    is there a table showing the average for all the cards ?

    also any test done with the FX380 ?

    thanks
    happy cl
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  19. #2699
    I am getting a lousy 38 seconds when running (2) EVGA Hybrid 1080Ti's as follows:

    Blender 2.78c (lasted version)
    Asus ROG Strix x299
    32Gb 2666Mhz Ram
    1TB M.2 Drive
    2- Evga Hybrid SC2 1080Ti (OC slightly)
    i7-7800X (Stock)
    38.18 seconds (Untouched version of BMW27)

    It should be around 28-25 seconds, what gives?



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    Originally Posted by ClausBohm View Post
    I am getting a lousy 38 seconds when running (2) EVGA Hybrid 1080Ti's as follows:

    Blender 2.78c (lasted version)
    Asus ROG Strix x299
    32Gb 2666Mhz Ram
    1TB M.2 Drive
    2- Evga Hybrid SC2 1080Ti (OC slightly)
    i7-7800X (Stock)
    38.18 seconds (Untouched version of BMW27)

    It should be around 28-25 seconds, what gives?
    Hmm, try playing with your render tiles in the Performance tab.

    That is indeed a strange render time because if I remember correctly, my single GTX 1080, 8GB, rendered in about 31 seconds with a Pentium 4 641.
    Primary: Custom Slot 1 PC- Intel Pentium iii Katmai 500Mhz with | 384MB DDR RAM | Nvidia GeForce 6200 PCI 256MB| 10GB Seagate HDD | Windows XP SP2
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