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post #11 of 14
heard of lots of people pushing beyond 95c so you should be fine.
post #12 of 14
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Look the most important thing is that this is workstation Make sure it is stable and never Crash during rendering etc.. that will be bad so the overclocking give it chance to crash more so Make sure with cinebench if u are 3d render guy , ofc stress testing intel burn and prime make sure to use both and run both 24 hours this is not a joke to gain that more performance for workstation is risky I have 4.6Ghz 3770k and It helps alot for my rendering and save me hours but if it crash i wasted all the time then so I had to make sure , also ram xmp profile etc.. and overclocked anything else must be tested

Yes I will be using it for batch rendering using Mental ray, Vray in Maya and 3ds Max ,also rendering in Nuke. The first thing I noticed when I ran the stress test what same as when batch rendering in Maya, CPU is almost 100% in use and alot of heat is generated from that. And some times renders can take from few hours to couple of days to finish.

I ran Aida64 for 24 hours few days back, but that was at factory speed 3.2 ghz and got around 65C max. The system is still hopefully running the Prime95 and the Intel burner when I get home (if it hasn't already failed). It will finish its 24 hour cycle in couple of hours from now.

Maybe doing some mayebe batch renders in not a bad idea before I start using it for real work.

Are you using water cooling?
post #13 of 14
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Forgot to mention earlier. I havent overclocked anything else besides the processor. The graphic card came overclocked. The ram says 1866mhz on the packet but its running at 1666mhz, I assume that's result of the changes I made to the CPU frequency. I do plan to use 16 GB of the ram as RAM Disk in future though for caching purposes.
post #14 of 14
Ram disk will be way faster if u increased the ram speed , yes it will help alot when u combine the image sequence so use ram disk to caching the hardisk with the photos in it that u did render and go import into after effects or what ever software u will see the amazing speed to export and import coding rendering the video and get it done but will effect multi tasking depends on how much ram will spend I think should Use 32GB to Cache and 32GB for multi tasking and rendering , do the test to check 64GB will be faster in rendering and check how much ram usage while u rendering / open same time Browsers + photo shop ( am sure u use it for textures biggrin.gif <3 , open the video editing software then the Rest can be for ram cache I think will be 32GB left that will be plenty for 1 TB Hardisk to run super fast careful keep that 1TB just for work and images that u render or video's u dont want to waste that power of the ram on anything else , if u want snappy feeling and speed in windows overall use SSD


Regarding the test yes i suggest using cinebench it is very good example of 3d render softwares etc.. but also must test with Maya] and any other software u have Like maybe Zbrush Realflow etc.. heck install other render engines on maya and Test

I use H100 push with stock fans with 3770k at 1.344 I think I can get it to 1.30v but will have to play around coz I did acheive 4.6ghz and stopped was too happy didnt want to lose that stability , the Temps Highest ever was 83 for 5 seconds the rest of the burn test or prime was around 66c-75c (H100 push with stock fans) planing to get push/pull with sp120 corsair fans

I Believe only animator Like me can tell u what will happen once u see the speed u get with ram cache If I can sell my cat to get 32GB ram will do it ( but i dont have a cat)

I did test with 4GB and at speed 1333mhz and the speed was like between pc pentium 4 vs my i7 3770k that is the speed of imorpting and rendering in aftereffects
Edited by fido - 7/18/13 at 7:42pm
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