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    can you testrender this scene for me? (on fast machine)

    i'm basically just curious on how this frame number 485 renders, how fast.

    it's an old scene Peter Profetto (PeterPro) shared at CGtalk waay back.
    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showpost...4&postcount=58

    on my QuadCore 2.6GHz it rendered in 4minutes 13seconds.
    would you happen to have an i7 or Xeon? could you test render it for me?

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    Just rendered on a dual Quad-Core Intel Xeon 2.8 GHz Mac Pro, 3m14s.

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    Dell Precision 490 Intel Quad Core Xeon (X5355) 2.66Ghz (Work Machine) Windows XP Pro SP3, 32Bit, LightWave 9.6

    Rendered frame 485 in 5m 38s

    Which is pretty crap! I wanna see what my box at home can do it in! Better be less!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Dell Precision 490 Intel Quad Core Xeon (X5355) 2.66Ghz (Work Machine) Windows XP Pro SP3, 32Bit, LightWave 9.6

    Rendered frame 485 in 5m 38s

    Which is pretty crap! I wanna see what my box at home can do it in! Better be less!
    lol ,ohh its a race to see who has the fastest machine .

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    LW 9.6 Win 7 i7 860 2.8Ghz = 3m 28s

    I can't believe this machine is only 14s slower than a dual Quad-Core Intel Xeon 2.8 GHz Mac Pro.
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    Oh er 7min43s here. Dread to think what it would have been on my old system.
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    Just tried this on my home machine.

    Custom build, Intel Quad Core 2 Extreme (QX6700) 2.66Ghz Windows 7 Pro, 64Bit, LightWave 9.6

    Rendered frame 485 in 6m 51s

    Right, time to upgrade I think, not happy with that speed at all.
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    Rendered on a i7 920 oc to 3.9Ghz = 2m 28s

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    remember its not just your hardware , its your whole setup .

    i would suggest amd over intel everytime
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    I'm slow, 5m28sec on a stock AMD 955 (with web surfing in the background). But hey, not bad for a $160 CPU.

    edit: knocked it down to 4m30s with no background surfing and using 32bit 9.6 instead of 64
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    wow, all these test. thanks all, i appreciate it

    it's interesting how the Xeon's don't keep up.
    but this is a bit special scene though, being Hypervoxels...

    that overclocked i7 ~4GHz sure beat everything else. 2m 28s
    any way to have dual i7 cpus ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    ...Custom build, Intel Quad Core 2 Extreme (QX6700) 2.66Ghz Windows 7 Pro, 64Bit, LightWave 9.6
    Rendered frame 485 in 6m 51s...
    this is strange,...

    yours - Quad Core 2 Extreme 2.66Ghz - Win7, 64Bit, LW96-? > 6m 51s
    mine - Quad Core 2 -------- 2.83Ghz - Vista, 64Bit, LW96-32 > 4m 13s

    hm, strange, why is mine faster?...
    actually, correction, mine is a Q9550 2.83GHz
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    btw, if anyone wonder what they are using, run this program (no install required)
    http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    this is strange,...

    yours - Quad Core 2 Extreme 2.66Ghz - Win7, 64Bit, LW96-? > 6m 51s
    mine - Quad Core 2 -------- 2.83Ghz - Vista, 64Bit, LW96-32 > 4m 13s

    hm, strange, why is mine faster?...
    actually, correction, mine is a Q9550 2.83GHz
    vista is probably the key

    and stop writting in white :P

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    ok... ; )

    i'm sort of shy to ask this, but could someone test this scene as well?
    (on a i7 or Xeon or such)

    rendered on QuadCore 2 Q9550 2.83GHz - 55sec

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