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Blender creates an official benchmark

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Blender creates an official benchmark

Blender creates an official benchmark

The Blender Foundation has officially launched their "Blender Benchmark", a tool that is designed to generate and display the results of both hardware and software tests, providing an optimal platform to facilitate performance comparisons between hardware and software setups. 

The benchmark ships as a free downloadable package, which can be used to render a series of production-grade files, with an online component that can upload these results online if the user wishes. 

Transparency and privacy is the name of the game with Bender's official benchmarking tool, using open source code and public domain test content. Shared test results will be anonymised, though uploaded data will be public domain and available to download. 

Right now, the benchmark is available as a beta, acting as a validity test for September's official release. The utility will include both CPU and graphics tests, offering users both "quick" and "complete" benchmarks, test results can be saved locally, or uploaded online.  

  

Blender creates an official benchmark

 

More information about Blender's official benchmark is available to view here

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11-08-2018, 06:55:23

FTLN
I guess this merits a new benchmark thread...Quote

11-08-2018, 07:09:47

AlienALX
Yeah go on then. I'm up for it. Only on 2.4ghz 10 core atm though, but will be home next week some time

Quick and very dirty bench. Settings.

https://i.imgur.com/bH5quBu.jpg

Broadwell E 10 core, 8gb 2133mhz Hyundai ram, Fury X, 60gb SSD

https://i.imgur.com/YVQ5RCF.jpg

When I say "very dirty" I mean because my PC is very busy ATM. I am streaming footy, downloading, uploading and listening to music.Quote

11-08-2018, 10:10:45

BigDaddyKong
https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1811/...4229755b04.jpg

1800X stock settings with 3200 CAS 14 memory. The benchmark hung while trying to upload results, so I grabbed a quick screen shot.Quote

11-08-2018, 13:48:40

Kei
https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1832/...4ea19633_b.jpg

Threadripper 1920x @3.975GHz adn 32GB 3200 C14 memoryQuote

11-08-2018, 15:16:45

NeverBackDown
I guess they are finally embracing the new popularity they got since Zen launched and now just giving us benchmarks so more people talk about itQuote
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