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post #9711 of 9994 (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 02:15 PM
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Are there any stand-alone mirrors of the R20 left? I missed the boat before everything went to hell.

If there are, I can run it through VTune this weekend. That'll give a breakdown of what R20 is actually using and how much of each.
I didn't have to even log into the M$ site to download it there. It was a new rig so I'm sure there weren't any cookies to recognize, I don't even remember my login there - seems like I had to log in there once to play a game or something, but a totally different rig.

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Are there any stand-alone mirrors of the R20 left? I missed the boat before everything went to hell.

If there are, I can run it through VTune this weekend. That'll give a breakdown of what R20 is actually using and how much of each.

here ya go:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=18D...s-CjOJNZ_7SZ_U

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Are there any stand-alone mirrors of the R20 left? I missed the boat before everything went to hell.

If there are, I can run it through VTune this weekend. That'll give a breakdown of what R20 is actually using and how much of each.
I just installed the Store version. It doesn't require a Microsoft account. Here is what I see in vTune:



The vector function at the top is the Embree BVH function. The remaining scalar functions are shading(?) routines from Cinema4D. The [Others] are additional scalar functions for C4D, with the occasional miscellaneous Embree function. All Cinema4D functions are scalar.
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I just installed the Store version. It doesn't require a Microsoft account. Here is what I see in vTune:



The vector function at the top is the Embree BVH function. The remaining scalar functions are shading(?) routines from Cinema4D. The [Others] are additional scalar functions for C4D, with the occasional miscellaneous Embree function. All Cinema4D functions are scalar.
Oh that's dumb... If they really advertised AVX, then this is totally a bait-and-switch. lol

Now I'm wondering why Intel is winning if it's still 128-bit...
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Oh that's dumb... If they really advertised AVX, then this is totally a bait-and-switch. lol

Now I'm wondering why Intel is winning if it's still 128-bit...
Intel is "winning" by like 5% in IPC, which can be explained by the BVH function switching from mul+add (AMD 4/cycle, Intel 2/cycle) to FMA (both 2/cycle).
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is it worth it going from a 7820x to a 9800x?

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9800x, more pci-E lanes and cache vs 7820x.

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I just installed the Store version. It doesn't require a Microsoft account. Here is what I see in vTune:



The vector function at the top is the Embree BVH function. The remaining scalar functions are shading(?) routines from Cinema4D. The [Others] are additional scalar functions for C4D, with the occasional miscellaneous Embree function. All Cinema4D functions are scalar.
What is the difference?
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@Mysticial , Congratulations on breaking the world record for calculating Pi.
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9800x, more pci-E lanes and cache vs 7820x.
so you're saying other than lanes, it's not an upgrade?

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