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    GT83 Titan i7-8850H

    Just bought a new MSI GT83 Titan 18.4" i7-8850H (6c/12t) GTX1080 (2) SLI 32GB Ram

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    That's a beast of a laptop! Shame those graphics cards don't add to rendering power for LightWave right now.

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeVee View Post
    Shame those graphics cards don't add to rendering power for LightWave right now.

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    Is that a hint BeeVee?

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    I knew someone would seize on that No, it's not a hint...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeVee View Post
    I knew someone would seize on that No, it's not a hint...

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    give us a real hint! ))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider_X View Post
    Threadripper 1950x @ 4GHz

    30m 25s

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    SO, I finally got around to upgrading my hardware, I9 7980xe, and it would seem you cant trust whats written down in numbers, or even benchmarks, I had a custom OC profile by scan and it will run at 4.5 ghz on all 36 cores and not go above 60 deg, but for the purpose of this comparison I clocked it down to 4ghz, and wow, the same amount of cores as a TR, the same ghz yours was clocked to, but nearly twice as fast! at full turbo I should be able to do it in 12 mins, even at 4ghz its nearly 4 times as fast as my old 16 core 5960x !
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    ^ awesome beast!

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    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

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    Anyone want to post any 2990WX numbers? Use 2015 if possible, to maintain comparison relevancy.
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    I finally bought a new machine and am pretty happy with its performance. I ran Benchmark Marbles on it, and on my previous machine over TeamViewer. This will have slowed my new machine's time a little, but not significantly so, I think.

    The previous machine is an AMD FX-8350 with 16 GB RAM, the new machine is a Threadripper 1950x with 32 GB. It is unusual in these days of incremental improvements to have such a large jump (but I'm very happy with it )

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    PS. My previous machine finally finished at 2h 47m 15s
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    lately i've been checking Cinebench for rendertimes, seems quite "accurate"
    https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu_be...5_multi_core-8

    It is unusual in these days of incremental improvements to have such a large jump
    yes, and everyone is going AMD now, which is cool, gives Intel competition  
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    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?
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    lately i've been checking Cinebench for rendertimes, seems quite "accurate"
    https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu_be...5_multi_core-8


    yes, and everyone is going AMD now, which is cool, gives Intel competition  
    and, that's just shown me what the issue is with these speed tests and comparisons! I just ran and scored just under 5000, yet the site says the 7980xe scores around 3500, clicking on each processor shows how they run etc, appears they only show the first revision of the 7980xe, which couldn't turbo on all cores, the mid 2018 revision can and doesn't have the heat problems of the earlier ones, also if im reading correctly the threadripper dosnt turbo on all cores and only a single core, as the multi thread turbo is listed the same as standard clock, anyway considering I was only running att 4.2 for the test 3500 to almost 5000 points is a big discrepancy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    lately i've been checking Cinebench for rendertimes, seems quite "accurate"
    https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu_be...5_multi_core-8


    yes, and everyone is going AMD now, which is cool, gives Intel competition  
    and, that's just shown me what the issue is with these speed tests and comparisons! I just ran and scored just under 5000, yet the site says the 7980xe scores around 3500, clicking on each processor shows how they run etc, appears they only show the first revision of the 7980xe, which couldn't turbo on all cores, the mid 2018 revision can and doesn't have the heat problems of the earlier ones, also if im reading correctly the threadripper dosnt turbo on all cores and only a single core, as the multi thread turbo is listed the same as standard clock, anyway considering I was only running att 4.2 for the test 3500 to almost 5000 points is a big discrepancy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scallahan1 View Post
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    I find it interesting that my 4 core Devil's Canyon is quicker than that.

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