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    Hey guys, can we keep it on topic ?

    It is not cycles bench but LW engine bench. I have Octane version but i didn't post for a reason . GPUs are so much quicker even than threadrippers and even without Denoiser that is not comparable.

    Thanks, so far i see 3990X TR is very close to 3 minutes, I wonder can it go below 3min with some overclock maybe.
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    I'd be very interested in the Octane results as well. Perhaps a new thread? Anyway, chiming out. Thanks for the scene and play!
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    Hey guys, can we keep it on topic ?
    yep.

    sidenote to other users, LW2020.0 Trial renders this scene with lots (!) of noise, beware.
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    I ran this again today and got 6 min 53 sec at normal room temp was just slightly better vs my 7 min 6 sec I got on a hot day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gar26lw View Post
    Threadripper 3970x | 256 GB Ram @ 3200 16 18 18 38 1T | 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 SSD

    Bench : 4 min 47s

    Volumetric : 16 min 9s

    LightWave3D v2020.0.1
    changed RAM config from 3200 to auto (2333) in bios and got

    Bench : 4 min 34s

    Used Ryzen Master in Auto OC and got :

    Bench : 4 min 41s

    any thoughts on that ?

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    For what its worth:
    LW_B747_Bench: 12 min. 11 Sec.
    LW_B747_Bench_Volumetric: 42 min. 02 Sec.

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    Nice result fishead, also it clearly shows how good is AMD updates and IPC percentage that now-days TR 3xxx series is so much faster in only 3-4 years.
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    2017 iMacPro 10 core 3 GHz Intel Xeon W, 64GB ram. Emailing and web forum reading while the volumetric version rendered was probably a bit of a performance hit.

    LW_B747_Bench: 18min 39sec
    LW_B747_Bench_Volumetric: 1hr 5min 53 sec.

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    My time is not bad but some of you dudes got some crazy fast systems...
    18m 4s
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    PS> Like Erik said 2020.0 is yucky but renders WAY faster. Weird.

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    yeah, I was thinking, no point posting unless faster :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by gar26lw View Post
    yeah, I was thinking, no point posting unless faster :P
    LOL. I'm not even gonna attempt the Volumetric test cuz I don't want to see my electric bill.

    It'd be cool for someone to tabulate the results into a bar graph or something. I know someone
    already mentioned this idea. Love to see where we all stand. I'm cool not being at the top of the
    chart.

    Steve

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    Yes, having a list with bench top results (2 columns one for regular one for volumetric) would be nice, who is volunteering to create google docs/table ?
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