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    Say it ain't so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwiede View Post
    Okay, so pursuing the idea of a "LW2018 benchmark scene", any thoughts on what all should be present surface-wise in order to produce a "taxing" scene for LW2018?

    Put another way, which marbles'/objects' surfaces need to be significantly more taxing in the existing benchmark scene?
    How about a completely new scene showing modern 3D workloads, like an interior render? Here is an example of an LW2015 freebie, but it would need approval from Oscar and changes to LW2018 engine/materials.

    https://oscaranchondo.wixsite.com/3dartist/loft

    Another link: https://www.lightwave3d.com/news/art...ectural-scene/
    Last edited by Free4Ever; 06-09-2019 at 08:29 AM. Reason: Added link 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by scallahan1 View Post
    Yes, quite a shame. It was also throttling a bit while rendering. Suppose that's what you get when you jam that CPU inside a laptop.

    Would like to try the 2018 converted version of the file. Has anyone uploaded it? Too tired (and lazy) to go through RH's awesome video and fix the surfaces.

    Steve

    PS> Fans are pretty loud at full gallop.
    If you render on a laptop, you always need a "laptop cooler" or "laptop cooling pad" to feed the laptop with cool air and keeping the desk and laptop cool. I am sure that you can shave off a lot of render time on the benchmark, with a good laptop cooler. The other benefit not written in reviews, is the extended life of the laptop, when running it cool.

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    Hi Free,

    I actually keep it elevated about 3/4" with old prescription bottle caps (nice big ones), one at each corner. Works great but that's a lot of cpu to stuff in a laptop with two GTX1080's as well. I can slide my fingers easily under it up to my palm.

    Steve

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    trying my new threadripper rig
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    I think you'll need to set it going in 2015.3 to get a proper comparison. With 2019, most of those marbles are clear glass.

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    I think it's already being posted in this thread but just in case, here's RebelHill updating the scene to work with PBR:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGgyYrhQZF4
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    Yes, you're right. Trying the PBR now...

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    Here's mine. Ryzen 3950X, no OC, all cores slightly below 3.9 GHz, air cooled. LW2015.3
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    System info: CPU: Ryzen 9 3950X RAM: 32GB DDR4/3200MHz MB: Asus Prime X570-P GFX: Asus GTX 750 Ti / 2GB OS: Win10, LW2019x64

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    Quote Originally Posted by kolby View Post
    Here's mine. Ryzen 3950X, no OC, all cores slightly below 3.9 GHz, air cooled. LW2015.3
    20m 42s
    Lightwave user only CPU? I will upgrade my AMD FX to Ryzen 7 2700X.

    32GB RAM

    My video board is GTX 970.
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    18m 29s

    3950X - cores turboing to 4,1ish GHz, Noctua air cooler. 3200 MHz / 14 latency RAM

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    Got my new Threadripper build to show first signs of life.

    The best time with my Dual Xeon 16 core/32 thread machine was 34 mins I think (and man is this thing loud when it really uses its CPUs). Bought it about 7 years ago.

    Now the time is 17 min and 48 sec (stock) / 17 min 13 sec (simple OC via Ryzen Master software).

    At stock the machine is already not loud (water cooled). But seeing that the CPU temp did not went above 63 degree celsius under full load, there is even headroom to lower the pump rpms a bit (its mainly the pump one can hear I think).

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    Compared to Amerelium's results my figures are not overly impressive. Main advantage of the Threadripper platform for me is a bit of extra speed and the four PCIe slots (x16 x8 x16 x8) for a bunch of GPUs.

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    Manual overclocking is fun, but not something worth the result (at least with the parts I have).
    But hey, below 17 min.

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