Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by dcm » Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:20 am

Erotica, not catterpillar - sry ma bad :D

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by ENSLAVER » Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:24 pm

dcm wrote:Cool....i OCed 2600k to 4,0GHZ Stable with 1.18V for core !!!! As cooler i have Scythe Mine 2 on ultra low fan speed. With Corsair PSU is total silent pc during long renderings :)

Erotica 1400spp, cpu have 68 celsia after 1 hour of rendering! Thats awesome. I have still some space to push it up (probably 4,6ghz with 1.25vcore but temps will be higher).

Damn, I might just have to buy one, I feel really inefficient pumping out tons of heat with these old overclocked things. 68C is getting a bit hot, you migth want to turn your fan up a bit ;p What's the ambient room temp when you recorded 68C?

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by dcm » Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:36 pm

about 22C. On stock clock i have 30C in idle / 55C burn

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by Mor4us » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:53 am

Just as info, you can push the 2600k to the 4.5Ghz without problems for 24/7 or even to 5ghz if you have a good batch.
I fixed my Setting to 4.4Ghz, to have adorable temps.

results after 30min:
Caterpillar 520k/sec
Erotica 1490k/sec
Pintest 1050k/sec

62°C Load
32°C Idle @20°C roomtemp

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by CoolColJ » Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:46 am

Looks like I may have to upgrade when the next chip after this lot comes out, hopefully with 8 cores :)
Seems like they run much cooler so, 8 cores in a single chip should be fine.

No point in upgrading if I don't get more cores. And Intel finally puts in native USB3 support
Next gen Intel chip should be 50% faster than an I7 930, plus add 4 more cores and that's nice 8)

With GPU acceleration, a complex render should be done in 2-3 hours tops, off course water renders are a different thing altogether :)

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by pixie » Mon May 23, 2011 11:41 am

CoolColJ wrote:Damn that's about double my CPU - WTF!
I just loooove when women talk dirty! xD

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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by Zom-B » Mon May 23, 2011 5:49 pm

pixie wrote:I just loooove when women talk dirty! xD
ROFL!
I don't think that you become a female just by having a avatar that may point in that direction ;)
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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by CTZn » Mon May 23, 2011 6:29 pm

What's with the koala now ?
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Re: Render Speed comparison (I7 2600K)

Post by Prof4D » Mon May 23, 2011 6:49 pm

Here my test to whom it is interesting.
XEON 5506 2.13Ghz, without HT
Caterpillar 480.64
Erotica 1348
Pintest 1357

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