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[Phoronix] Blender 2.81 Benchmarks On 19 NVIDIA Graphics Cards - RTX OptiX Rendering Performance Is Incredible

Source: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...81-optix&num=3

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If taking the geometric mean of all those runs and sorting by performance, here is how the positioning is looking for NVIDIA from Maxwell through Turing RTX graphics cards. The OptiX back-end for Blender opens up a whole new realm for speedy rendering that an RTX 2060 with OptiX can even outperform the GTX 1080 Ti with CUDA. Mighty fine showing aside from the regression with the barbershop scene, but considering this is first-cut support in Blender 2.81, we're excited to see how the performance will evolve for Blender 2.82.

Those wanting to look at these Blender 2.81 benchmark numbers in more detail can see the complete result file with all of the individual data points. Via OpenBenchmarking.org are also more CPU and GPU benchmark results for Blender.
This is one of many reasons for the high price of the RTX cards.

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As a long time Blenderhead the only thing I can say is that GPU rendering is for kids. Once you get half serious there is no GPU out there with enough VRAM for your projects.

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As a long time Blenderhead the only thing I can say is that GPU rendering is for kids. Once you get half serious there is no GPU out there with enough VRAM for your projects.
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As a long time Blenderhead the only thing I can say is that GPU rendering is for kids. Once you get half serious there is no GPU out there with enough VRAM for your projects.
2x RTX 8000 Quadro NVLink for 96GB VRAM isn't enough?
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As a long time Blenderhead the only thing I can say is that GPU rendering is for kids. Once you get half serious there is no GPU out there with enough VRAM for your projects.
2x RTX 8000 Quadro NVLink for 96GB VRAM isn't enough?
It might for a freelancer doing small jobs.

But taking in mind that those combined are north of $11000 I'd say you can put the very best workstation together instead or rent an AWS instance forever.

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which reminds me, why do freelancers NOT rent a high end VM from MS or Amazon over building a stupidly expensive local machine? (leaving aside the answer that most software is stolen. I mean legit freelancers, not kids in high school)

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They do. The first time you could run Blender on AWS the community was in awe. Now it is the most common thing ever even for hobbyists.

Imagine freeing your computer from working a whole week in exclusive in that stupidly large project.

- You can keep working on your machine.
- You don't have to invest inane amounts of money in hardware that will be obsolete in two years.

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Compared to a quad core I'm sure gpu rendering is going to be faster.
6-8-... core not do sure.

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As a long time Blenderhead the only thing I can say is that GPU rendering is for kids. Once you get half serious there is no GPU out there with enough VRAM for your projects.
I've seen a shift to GPU rendering in animation studios and vehicle renders. It's no surprise considering how quick they are compared to CPUs. There is a reason why nvidia created a lineup of laptops and desktops labeled studio.

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Yeah not sure what all these cuda cores amount too against processor cores.

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