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    Quote Originally Posted by UNREALONE1 View Post
    Will there be a Lightwave threadripper benchmark?
    Well i'm upgrading my old i7920 at 4GHz to the 1950X. Its almost together just waiting on a CPU cooler. When that arrives I will run the 2015 content benchmark.

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    well i would like to see the results of that one as that will paint a good picture, I would be very disappointed if it was much more than 15 to 20 mins
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    Threadripper Light wave benchmark? is Newtek to busy?
    Has Lightwave been optimised for Threadripper ?

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    good news, the intel I9 in the uk has been dropped to £880, so its now over £200 cheaper than the threadripper, you can actually almost buy an I9 7900x and an I7 7700k (also just had a big price reduction) together from scan for the same price as a threadripper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider_X View Post
    Well i'm upgrading my old i7920 at 4GHz to the 1950X. Its almost together just waiting on a CPU cooler. When that arrives I will run the 2015 content benchmark.
    Hope it is worth it
    We don't have an optimized demo of Lightwave yet?


    AMD Ryzen Threadripper Runs Blender Benchmark At Computex
    Read more at http://www.legitreviews.com/amd-ryze...VPCmylsedPH.99

    AMD Threadripper 1950X and 1920X in test: Something Epyc!
    http://www.hardware.fr/articles/967-...ray-v-ray.html

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    10 core i7-6950X Intel vs 16 core AMD 1950X . Umm
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/32146...pu.html?page=2

    Ryzen Threadripper review: AMD's monster 1950X stomps on other CPUs
    We know we just said Blender doesn’t always scale perfectly, but when you look at the score from the 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 7 1800X compared to the 16-core, 32-thread Threadripper 1950X, Threadripper takes just over half the time to render the image.

    POV-Ray performance

    Our second test is also free: the Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer. This application dates all the way back to the Amiga but is continually updated and supported. It’s no surprise, but ray tracing is a CPU-intensive task, and throwing more CPUs at it makes it go faster.

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    It is also double the cores & threads. Intel haven't released theirs yet.. I'll take any such claims with grains of salt until then. Either way.. I will most likely stick with Intel. CPU fails with them are so scarce that I can count them using my one hand. With AMD however, I don't have enough limbs.. For me that is just the reality of it. Maybe they're better now.. but I don't care.. I've lost so much money on AMD that I will probably never go back.

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    yes, do you really think (forgetting the price difference) that 6 extra cores is a technical achievement for the amount of gain over the intels, if the results follow through on the intel range to the 16 core then that one will be over 50% faster than the thraedripper
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    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...pu,5183-9.html

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X Review
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNREALONE1 View Post
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...pu,5183-9.html

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X Review
    That review is a bit odd. They show the OpenGL performance of Cinebench only, and omit the CPU rendering one? There are other weird bits in that review as well.
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    not really, all the old ones were a little fake, the ones that are coming out now paint a better picture (or worse depending on how you look at it) so Threadripper is ok if you do lots of simulations, but not if you do image editing, 3d work, rendering (although blender and cinema 4d are faster, the rest were slower) and in some tasks the £200 7700k beat the threadripper! (I know that's not a good realworld scenario) but there is a little bit towards the end that will concern some people, the motherboard manufactures have added a limit to the power supplied to the chip, meaning the more ram you add, the more voltage is removed from the chip and the slower the clock speed (that supports one of my previous comments that scan could only add 16GB with turbo on) so if you added the 1TB its supposed to handle, will you be running at 2ghz?!
    they also don't seem to be selling too well as the prices have already been slashed in the UK, they are In store, and have no customer reviews in online shops here (only about 3 reviews on amazon uk!) I know I sound biased, but just forget the price situation and I really think its poor technology in comparison.
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    AMD Ryzen Users Reap Huge Performance Benefits With ROTR And ZBrush Updates
    https://hothardware.com/news/amd-ryz...zbrush-updates

    When will Lightwave have an optimized version patched?

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    you wont, it uses open Gl so it would be down to Khronos to bring out a new version that would then be implemented, not likely as they have a very long development process,
    There are lots of I9 7980xe scores now being leaked, looks like intels fighting back, first cinebench is 4204 to 3069 on ryzen, 3d mark is 32201 to 27579, cpz 11323 to 9132
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustythe1 View Post
    you wont, it uses open Gl so it would be down to Khronos to bring out a new version that would then be implemented, not likely as they have a very long development process,
    There are lots of I9 7980xe scores now being leaked, looks like intels fighting back, first cinebench is 4204 to 3069 on ryzen, 3d mark is 32201 to 27579, cpz 11323 to 9132
    ...but look at the ridiculous pricing of the 7980xe: $2000!!! Against the 1950 $1000. The Intel 8 core chip costs $699 compared to AMD’s $599 price. The 12 core chip costs $799 compared to Intel’s $1199 US price. The 16 core chip from AMD will cost $999 compared to Intel’s $1699 US price.

    And then there's the potential soldering/heating problem with Intel's new i9 as well, I believe. We'll have to see how well the i9 stacks up in real-world tests. I'd worry about heating issues. And I wouldn't be surprised if AMD comes up with yet another card up its sleeves.

    But isn't it great to have some proper competition again! Intel has been lying on its laurels for far too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayek View Post
    It basically means it is worthless for 3d rendering at anything beyond a couple of minutes, unless you invest heavily in a costly high-end water cooled system.
    Well, not defending Intel, but let's be clear, the price of CLLC CPU coolers has come _way_ down. Corsair H100v2 are around $110 online, and work excellent (I used one in a work PC "lanbox" system I just built). They aren't _that much_ more than a top-end air cooler anymore.
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