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    Imac 27" 3,4 GHz - 8GB RAM - Mac OS 10.8.2 - 1h52min.
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    Hmnnn, to be honest am really confused as to why it takes so long on my system, would think that it could power through it better.

    Time 3h 18m 57s

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    HP Z600 Workstation
    CPUs 1 QC E5520 @ 2.26 GHz (4 actual cores)
    HT Turned on, showing 8 Cores
    12 GB RAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleycorgi View Post
    MacBook Pro

    LW 11.5
    Render time: 2h 19m 11s
    CPU: 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
    RAM: 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
    Overclocking: None
    OS: Mac OS X 10.8.2

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    Then I ran LW 11.0.3 with same hardware:

    Render time: 2h 14m 26s
    For fun, I also tried LW Mac 9.6.1 with the same setup above and took 6hrs 23min — I didn't change the settings so it had 3 levels of anti-aliasing (since 9.6.1 doesn't have min/max samples).

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    OMG. I just did the render, 9h 32m. The whole time I 'm thinking it's strange that the Render Threads was set to 4, not 8 like I would normally set it. But I figured the instructions said "load the scene and hit F9" so that's all I did. Then I came here again and saw everyone else's set to 8. Then I remembered that setting is saved in LW not in the scene. Since I had just installed 11.5 I hadn't changed it from the default.

    MY PC is getting a little long in the tooth on top of this.
    Win8 Pro x64, Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz, GeForce GTX 470, 8GB RAM


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    On my PC laptop:

    Render time: 4h 55m 34s
    CPU: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i7-2620M
    RAM: 8 GB
    Overclocking: None
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium

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    2h 3m 38sec
    MacPro: 3,1
    Processor: 2 x 2,8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
    RAM: 14 GB
    Overclocking: None
    OS: 10.6.9 (Should i upgrade??)

    Just wondering about overclocking. I have found the ZDNet Clock app for Mac overclocking. I know its not recommended to overclock in general, but i find this applies more to MacBook Pros than Mac pros. Any thoughts on this? Is it worth overclocking on the odd occasion if for instance a deadline looms? Or is the pay off of increased risk just not worth it?
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    Ran it again on my render farm, using Amleto, so these are LWSN renders. The first one is the same machine as earlier. The four minutes extra speed were likely due to me not setting up Remote Desktop Access during the render this time.


    Custom-built PC
    Render time: 2h 42m 16s
    CPU: 3.0 GHz AMD Phenom 1075T hex core (Observed threads =6)
    RAM: 32 GB DDR1333 8-8-8-20 (this is actually underclocked DDR1600 CL9)
    Overclocking: None (3.0GHz per CPU-Z)
    OS: Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

    Custom-built PC
    Render time: 1h 37m 26s
    CPU: 3.5 GHz i7 3770k Quad core with HT (Observed threads = 8)
    RAM: 8 GB DDR1333 9-9-9-24
    Overclocking: to 4.2GHz (per CPU-Z)
    OS: Windows 8 Pro 64-bit

    Custom-built PC
    Render time: 2h 27m 43s
    CPU: 3.4 GHz i5 3570k Quad core (no HT) (Observed threads = 4)
    RAM: 8 GB DDR1333 9-9-9-24
    Overclocking: none (though CPU-Z reports the CPU at 3.7GHz during render)
    OS: Windows 8 Pro 64-bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbert View Post
    OMG. I just did the render, 9h 32m. The whole time I 'm thinking it's strange that the Render Threads was set to 4, not 8 like I would normally set it. But I figured the instructions said "load the scene and hit F9" so that's all I did. Then I came here again and saw everyone else's set to 8. Then I remembered that setting is saved in LW not in the scene. Since I had just installed 11.5 I hadn't changed it from the default.

    MY PC is getting a little long in the tooth on top of this.
    Win8 Pro x64, Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz, GeForce GTX 470, 8GB RAM


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    Now I feel better after seeing your times. . . . Even if you halved your times, would . . . . . :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dworks View Post
    apple macpro mid 2010, 2 x 6 core xeon [email protected] ghz, 40 gb ram, osx 10.8.2, lw11.5 mac 64 bit:

    56 min 1 sec

    53 min 45 sec with LW 11.03, same specs.
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    Custom-built PC

    Render time: 2h 2m
    CPU: 3.5 GHz i7 3770k QuadCore
    RAM: 8 GB (unknown)
    Overclocking: 3.7GHz
    OS: Windows 7 64bit
    LW: 11.03 32bit

    (cheap and fast, can be overclocked further, to 4.1 GHz or so... i'm just lazy)
    (also see CourtJester's specs above, post #23)
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    2h 0m 25sec on a Dell Workstation T3500
    Intel Xeon 2.67GHz
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    Quote Originally Posted by jburford View Post
    Now I feel better after seeing your times. . . . Even if you halved your times, would . . . . . :-)


    Thanks for making my day! (hope I can say this without hurting your feelings)
    It's ok, I know that I'm in dire need of a PC upgrade. This thing was pretty high end when I built it in 2007, not so much today.
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