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Luxcore 2.1 Benchmark

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Hi guys i'm happy to show you a work i was hoping for during a couple of month from now. but now it become reality (finally find a tiny time to do it past friday). It's Small test/learning/benchmark proposal. It's simple (no HDRi no specular shader) but give you an clear idea of what kind of result is achievable with simple setup in Luxcore just out of the box.
I can optimise things to go even faster but want it to be more representative test scene.
So to much speech are you ready to set your track time record ?


R9 390 ====>>> 10mn 30 sc


HD7970 ====>>> 12mn 23 sc


i7 8700k ====>>> 30mn 23 sc

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https://github.com/LuxCoreRender/LuxCor ... chmark.zip
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Its freaking beautiful for a benchmark! :!: Can't wait.... :)
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I guess I have to write LuxMark v4.0 but it may worth waiting for the dust of the "RTX-thing" to fall down :idea:
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Dade wrote: Sat Aug 25, 2018 10:21 pm I guess I have to write LuxMark v4.0
If you want I can support you, maybe I can help making the UI look good with a custom theme or so.
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Sharlybg wrote: Sat Aug 25, 2018 9:48 pm File Available Very Soon
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Cannot wait to start testing this scene on my machine. Marvelous job!
I also want to test it on some other renderers, interesting times ahead.
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You can download the scene here: https://github.com/LuxCoreRender/LuxCor ... chmark.zip
Sorry that it took so long to make it available.
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My time is 9min 52 sec on gtx 1070ti under Linux Mint 19 Tara.
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sarmath wrote: Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:03 pm My time is 9min 52 sec on gtx 1070ti under Linux Mint 19 Tara.
Cool wonder how it perform under windows with the same spec ?
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Sharlybg wrote: Mon Sep 10, 2018 10:27 am
sarmath wrote: Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:03 pm My time is 9min 52 sec on gtx 1070ti under Linux Mint 19 Tara.
Cool wonder how it perform under windows with the same spec ?
Just tested under Windows 10 and the result is slightly slower 9min 59sec.
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