Author Topic: Keyshot 9  (Read 37429 times)

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Offline Mario Stockinger

Re: Keyshot 9
« Reply #60 on: November 08, 2019, 12:36:24 am »
I did few tests too;
I cant post the screenshot because its a confidential machine i was rendering.

Hardware Dual Socket Xeon Workstation E5-2680v4    (28Cores total,  HT deactivated) with 128GB Ram
RTX2070 Super
NW Renderer with 128 Cores total, on 7 Clients.(threadripper,1x old 4 socket 40Core Server, a few Ryzen 2700x Render slaves, dual sockel Xeon workstation) on all slave SMT / HT was deactivated

The Model has 1mio polygons.
It is a 4k image with 1024samples ; Product Mode default Keyshot settings, no special lights, our custom stainless steel material. Default KS enviroment
All Runs with denoise (Slider to 1)

11 Mins for GPU
97 Mins render on the Workstation
32 Mins with NW Render

Edit : I'll get a RTX6000 for testing from our supplier - i'll update my post with additional bechmarks
« Last Edit: November 08, 2019, 12:37:56 am by Mario Stockinger »

Offline menizzi

Re: Keyshot 9
« Reply #61 on: November 08, 2019, 02:13:56 pm »
Why don't you pick models you can post pictures of so we can compare Image quality/difference if any. We all know gpu rendering is faster.   

Offline igorko24

Re: Keyshot 9
« Reply #62 on: January 28, 2020, 11:59:25 pm »

I got an  Xeon E5-2687W and Nvidia Quadro K5000. Shall I leave it on CPU rendering or switch to GPU rendering?

Offline igorko24

Re: Keyshot 9
« Reply #63 on: January 29, 2020, 12:10:47 am »
Rendering with these settings:

64 samples
32 ray bounces
8 antialiasing
8 shadow
4 global illumination
1.5 pixel blur
Sharp shadows - off
Sharper texture filtering – off
Global illumination cash – off
So, I wonder whether its better to render on CPU - Xeon E5-2687W v4 @ 3.00GHz or GPU - Quadro K5000