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    Very interested to see a 3000 Series CPU running this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nagra View Post
    5m 15s with LW 2019.1.2

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    Not bad for a 9 years old machine. Think i keep it for another 9 years ;-)
    yea, this is what I was getting at, in the previous benchmark there were people getting scores back in the early 2011 - 14 with dual xeons that were equal or better than some of todays, and as you can pick up second hand dual servers for next to nothing they make a good makeshift render farm alternative.
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    1m 17s with LW 2019.1.3 on a AMD 2990WX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemon Wolf View Post
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    When you do the math and factor in clock speed and core differences there isnt really much of a difference between AMD and Intel.
    Very interested to see a 3000 Series CPU running this one.
    A guess after reading some 3900x 12 core benchmarks, up to 40% faster than Zen1 for rendering with good cooling. More on Threadrippers I hope.

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/14605...sing-the-bar/9

    https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2283?vs=2519

    Edit, found some more TR3 data taken from the Epyc siblings. 32 cores are roughly 30% faster on Blender and Appleseed renderers (heavy and realistic scenes). The 64 core monster cuts another 30% of your current rendering time. Take away another 10% if you cool them properly (if AMD let's us OC 64 cores that is).

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    Overclocked? if not, would you try it?
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    Thanks a lot... for letting me feel outdated!

    Great... Because of you I just realized my "brand new" "super powerful" computer is actually almost 5 years old! And starts to show it's age! Some years ago 5 years seemed to feel like a long time, now they go by in the blink of an eye!

    The CPU is an i7 5820K that should be 3.3Ghz but is overclocked at 4.123Ghz (best I could overclock it without much problem). Theoretically it should throttle up to 4.123 only when needed, but there is always so much crap trying to run on background that it's at that speed all the time.

    This render benchmark took 6m 42s. But that was with tons of stuff on background, Opera with around 600 tabs opened, some game launchers (Steam, Epic games), etc
    So I closed those and re-run the test, getting a whooping 6m12s! Well, it was some 8% speed increase!
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    Well, of course you decided to do this on the day I had to go back to LA for several months & away from main system. I'll save the scene for testing later though.
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