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    Trusty pair of old E5 2670 xeons at stock speed: 4m 19s Click image for larger version. 

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    Not bad for CPUs that can be easily bought for $50 these days
    PS: Have 177 browser tabs and Excel open in the background, but I can't close them right now to run the benchmark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayek View Post
    In one of the other threads it is suggested that Cycles may be coming to Lightwave. With these patches it will give Octane a run for its money.
    with Octane going subscription, Cycles 4 LightWave would be more than welcome.

    For anyone looking to upgrade, an AMD 3900x with an old motherboard (you will have to upgrade the Bios) is the Absolute cheapest / best way.
    I estimate it will render this scene in 5 minutes, and the motherboard + cpu will cost you only $750.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post

    with Octane going subscription,
    Oh, no. I was seriously considering Octane, but frankly that lets me out.
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    2 mi 18 sec, 2 x Xeon E5-2696 v2 (3,4 GHz per core)
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    Intel I7-3770 @3.4GHz, 32 gig ram, Windows 7 X64 Enterprise, LW 2019.1.4

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    11 minutes, 50 seconds. Not bad for a "legacy" system.

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    Had another go at this without any background activities this time around.

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    Just tried it on my Threadripper 1950x / 32 GB RAM / Factory Settings (3.4 GHz) Win10 Enterprise Build 1809. Came out at 2 Minutes 25 Sec. / 145.7 Seconds
    It utilized 96% of the 16 cores on average. Started out at 99% then dropped down to 94% towards the end. Also the clock speed went down to around 3,21 GHz. Hmm, is that to be expected?
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    can't say, but its pretty much on par on what it should be i think, based on another 1950x test here. (page 1, 2min, overclocked to 3.9)
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    be good to stick a table at the start of the thread with all the times or a Google doc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    can't say, but its pretty much on par on what it should be i think, based on another 1950x test here. (page 1, 2min, overclocked to 3.9)
    Well, anyway, I am quite happy with the CPU. Behaves really nicely overall.. Maybe I should try to check how/if the performance drops when rendering a even more demanding scenario...

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    @Erikals Thank you for this testing scene. It is simple, yet effective to test all sorts of materials and compare various render engines. Today I used your scene to check out the newest LuxCoreRender and OpenCL GPU acceleration.

    I don't know why, but I quite like using your scene for render comparisons! :-)

    PS LuxCoreRender has beautiful glass and caustics. In my experience good looking caustics are problematic in most render engines - not so in LCR.
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    I don't know why, but I quite like using your scene for render comparisons! :-)
    Thanks  
    not my scene tho, possibly made by Matt Gorner ?    

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    There might be a Cycles Engine for LightWave coming up also, but it is in super-early stages.
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    anyone got a AMD Ryzen 9 3900X ?
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    no. got a few Ryzen 7 2700's and they render not too badly. Will have to test this benchmark.

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