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    #41

    rendering time

    hi

    intel 5960x rendering time is more than 5 min compared to 4770k. I am shocked 5960x is one of the fastest processor on earth and very expensive
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    #42

    time: 0h1m15s
    vray version: 3.20.03
    3dsmax version: 2015 5
    processor: dual intel xeon e5-2680 v3 (24 cores/48threads)
    CPU speed: 2.7 ghz
    size of memory: 128gb ddr4 @ 2133 MHz
    embree: on
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    #43

    Time : 6m 48s
    vray 3.2, embree on
    3ds max 2014
    CPU : Core i7 2600
    RAM : 24 G ddr3 1600 Kingston HyperX
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    #44

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: cutesummiyah
    hi

    intel 5960x rendering time is more than 5 min compared to 4770k. I am shocked 5960x is one of the fastest processor on earth and very expensive
    this is exaclty why i made this thread, so that one could compare results of the cpus and have an idea of price/performance in the use of vray and max.
    Now that we have few cpu's i'm going to make a chart to easily spot the right cpu for your needs, hope this can help the community!
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    #45

    Just updated the vray version from 3.00 to 3.20, and i have to say the speedbost is quite good, roughly 28% in this scene.

    time: 0h.03m50s
    vray version: 3.20.03
    3dsmax version: 2014 design
    processor: dual intel xeon e5-2620 v2 (12 cores/24threads)
    CPU speed: 2.1 ghz
    size of memory: 32gb ddr3 @ 1866 MHz
    embree: on
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    #46

    Time : 4m 57.9s
    vray 3.2, embree on
    3ds max 2015
    CPU : Core i7 980X Stock
    RAM : 16 G ddr3 1600 Crucial Memory
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    #47

    Time: 2m 25.8s
    V-ray version: 3.20.03
    3DS Max version: 2014
    CPU: Core i7 5820k (6 cores/12 threads) @ 4500 MHz OC
    RAM: 32 GB DDR4 2400 MHz
    Last edited by Selimbk; 2015-11-22 at 06:05 AM.
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    #48

    Time: 5m 57.6s

    vray 3.20.03, embree on
    3ds max 2016
    CPU: Core i7 3820
    CPU speed: 4,3 Ghz
    RAM: 16 Gb ddr3 2100 Mhz
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    #49

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Selimbk
    Time: 2m 25.8s
    V-ray version: 3.20.03
    3DS Max version: 2014
    CPU: Core i7 5820k (6 cores/12 threads) @ 4500 MHz OC
    RAM: 32 GB DDR4 2400 MHz
    Selimbk could You please repeat a test with Embree DISABLED?

    Your result is very very good, probabily because of AVX2 ?
    i7-4930k is much slower, supports only AVX .
    Last edited by novator83; 2015-11-22 at 12:51 PM.
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    #50

    Time:1m 48.0
    VRay 3.20.02
    Max 2016
    CPU: Dual Intel Xeon E5-2687v2 8 Cores 16 Threads
    CPU Speed:3.4 - 4.0 GHz
    Ram:32 Mb

    Not bad for a 2 year old machine.
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    #51

    Time:12m 12.0
    VRay 2.40.04
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB

    It looks really slow, is it because the vray is old or I haven't set up something right?
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    #52

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: jov43
    Time:12m 12.0
    VRay 2.40.04
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB

    It looks really slow, is it because the vray is old or I haven't set up something right?
    something is definitely wrong, you can't get that result with that cpu...i'd try to reinstall vray or even download the vray 3 demo and test.
    Last edited by kramerkra; 2015-11-24 at 01:04 PM.
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    #53

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: kramerkra
    something is definitely wrong, you can't get that result with that cpu...i'd try to reinstall vray or even download the vray 3 demo and test.
    I think it's the vray, I have tested the scene on another PC with i5-2400 and Vray 3.20, and the scene rendered 2 minutes faster.
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    #54

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: novator83
    Selimbk could You please repeat a test with Embree DISABLED?

    Your result is very very good, probabily because of AVX2 ?
    i7-4930k is much slower, supports only AVX .
    With Embree turned off, the time was 3m 20.9s
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    #55

    AVX vs AVX2

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Selimbk
    With Embree turned off, the time was 3m 20.9s
    Thank you Selimbk!

    With Embree On and AVX2 supported, we gain 25-30% in simple scenes.

    With Embree On and AVX supported, we gain 15-20% in simple scenes.

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    #56

    Bought new PC and here are results

    Time: 3m 2.7s

    vray 3.20.03, embree on
    3ds max 2016
    CPU: Core i7 5820K
    CPU speed: 3,3 Ghz
    RAM: 16 Gb ddr4 2400 Mhz
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    #57

    New test, this time with vray 3.20

    Time:1m 16.0
    VRay 3.20.02
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB

    Old Results:
    Time:12m 12.0
    VRay 2.40.04
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB
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    #58

    Time: 2m 19.1s

    vray 3.20.03, embree on
    3ds max 2016
    CPU: Core i7 5820K
    CPU speed: 4,6 Ghz
    RAM: 16 Gb ddr4 2400 Mhz
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    #59

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: jov43
    New test, this time with vray 3.20

    Time:1m 16.0
    VRay 3.20.02
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB

    Old Results:
    Time:12m 12.0
    VRay 2.40.04
    Max 2014
    CPU: 2 x e5-2670 v3 (2 x 24 threads)
    CPU Speed:2.6 GHz
    Ram:16 GB
    The time gap between the 2 versions is huge, there is a reasonable doubt the previous version was not working properly...
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    #60

    Is there a bottle neck in this render?
    I overclocked my 4770k from 3.8 to 4.5 and saw 0 chance in time.
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