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    Bench --> 21m5s
    Bench-Volum --> 1h7m33s

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    Bench scene 18m.3s
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    Nice results guys, waiting for 3990X TR4 to smash us all at aroudn 3 minutes mark .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    Nice results guys, waiting for 3900X TR4 to smash us all at aroudn 3 minutes mark .
    Did you mean the Threadripper 3990x, perhaps?

    We already have faster CPUs than a Ryzen 3900x benchmarked in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allabulle View Post
    Did you mean the Threadripper 3990x, perhaps?

    We already have faster CPUs than a Ryzen 3900x benchmarked in this thread.
    yeah i meant 64c/128t 3990X . Corrected my reply, thanks for correction.
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    Oh, fine. I thought so, Lewis.

    Maybe someone with such a machine can spare a minute to hit F9. It will probably take them more time to download and post the results than to actually render the scenes.

    Didn't our fellow Lightwaver cageman had one of those monsters at hand? Let's see if he hops in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Leitner View Post
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    i wonder why a bit faster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raymondtrace View Post
    There are some issues with my benchmark test so don't assume any accuracy. I've unintentionally tarnished the reputation of 3950X.

    The CPU shows 3.89 GHz as reported during rendering. However, it can be turned up to 4.7. I also just noticed that the mfg shipped me slower RAM than what I ordered. This is on 2400 MHz RAM.
    4.7 GHz is the highest speed in a single core load. On all cores, it could be around 4.2 with good cooling. The problem on your part is probably the low memory frequency. My machine with a Dark Rock cooler and two fans in push/pull mode usually runs around 3.96 GHz on all cores.
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    thats why using rainmeter / HWinfo is good as it can show you each individual core and details of each, makes a big widget for mine so you would probably need a whole screen for 64 threads! but some of the widgets out there are quite compact with a lot of info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayek View Post
    I converted this scene for rendering in eCycles for fun. [GTX 1080 Ti]
    50 seconds for a comparable result. Much better.
    Yup.
    10x faster considering costs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayek View Post
    I converted this scene for rendering in eCycles for fun. [GTX 1080]
    50 seconds for a comparable result. Much better.
    LightWave = much better reflections / realism
    eCycles = way faster, less good reflections
    noise, eCycles is better, but due to a denoise filter. hard to say exactly how much without more data.

    further comments >
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyBfI_IeMgw
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post


    LightWave = much better reflections / realism
    eCycles = way faster, less good reflections
    noise, eCycles is better, but due to a denoise filter. hard to say exactly how much without more data.

    further comments >
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyBfI_IeMgw
    Thanks for making that video! It is interesting!

    I did not strive to replicate the materials exactly, of course. The floor material is different, for example, and reflections differ. The plane shader's reflections are different as well compared to the LW setup. I hardly spent any time on optimizing the materials for quality. It was merely a quick test to check the speed, not meant to reproduce the exact same quality, but rather to see how much faster GPU rendering would be in this particular case.

    And don't forget that my GPU is a (almost) two generation old regular gtx1080 (not even a TI!). A RTX 2070 would probably render this same scene in less than half the 50 seconds in the RTX version of eCycles. Perhaps faster, even.

    So please avoid making comparisons of quality: the materials could be improved much to resemble the LW version with a bit of extra effort: I am certain of that.

    It's really late here now, and I should get a nap now ;-)
    If you like, I can share the scene with you tomorrow. I'll see if I can up the quality of the materials and reflections, but I don't want to spend too much time on it.

    If you render in vanilla Blender/Cycles it will be slower since eCycles is quite a bit faster. It's competitive with Octane in terms of speed. Interesting to mention as well: it seems that eCycles can make use of NVlinked GPU memory: if you install two GPUs each with 12GB memory, eCycles will make use of the full 24GB. Which means the memory bottleneck is no longer a real issue for most scenes, allowing for large scenes to be rendered on GPU.

    Anyway, Lightwave's CPU renderer is really quite a zippy beast for a CPU based one. I think if the developers would implement a GPU mode that it would fly. Perhaps they will.
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    If you like, I can share the scene with you tomorrow. I'll see if I can up the quality of the materials and reflections, but I don't want to spend too much time on it.
    Thanks, I know Bryphi would want to test it. maybe post link over at YT.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyBfI_IeMgw

    other that that I think we should end the discussion here, I guess we've made the point, and NT might be tired of the [B] word in these threads.

    never the less, i (we) thought it was important to address.

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    Hi LW Lovers, here are my benches :

    Bench --> 3m 7s
    Bench-Volum --> 10m 27s

    CPU : 3990x
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    Posted the link of the updated improved version on YT for you and Bryphi. It now renders in 43 seconds (eCycles / 1min6secs in regular Cycles), and the reflections on the plane are similar to the LW version. Turns out I had way too much specular defined.
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