Author Topic: Corona 1.3 Benchmark  (Read 197862 times)

2021-11-02, 13:41:17
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Lower than expected results on 12th gen 12900K. Probably incompatible with Windows 11 or Hybrid architecture. Can't share the result due to NDA.

2021-11-03, 12:49:42
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Lower than expected results on 12th gen 12900K. Probably incompatible with Windows 11 or Hybrid architecture. Can't share the result due to NDA.

I don't think is a Win 11 problem.
From other bechmarks online, is obvious that in multithreading the 12900K is not one of the best CPUs out there. An AMD Ryzen 5950X is still faster and in single thread is just a bit lower that the 12900K at the end. Excuse me for my comment but I don't see anything revolutionary from this CPU now...

2021-11-04, 09:31:47
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Well, it's kinda hard to judge anything from that comment without knowing what the expected and the actual measured results are :)

2022-02-14, 20:30:23
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Good evening everyone,

I post my first benchmark with Corona Render.

I am a CGI enthusiast who has not been in the business for a few years.

I am getting closer again and I have seen the potential of this CPU software.

My current workstation:
Xeon E52697v2
48Gb Ram
Nvidia Gtx 970

it is several years old but it is still in perfect working order and I haven't used it for at least 5 years.

I would love to hear from you taking into account that I currently use 3ds Max 2015 and Vray 3.6 and a "decent" 1920 * 1080 image with about two and a half hours I can get it.

Probably the best test would be to buy a month of software and try.

Thanks for any advice.

Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
Intel (R) Xeon (R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz
  Real CPU Frequency [GHz]: 2.6
Render Time: 0:02:20, Rays / sec: 3.447.620

Greetings,
Marco

2022-02-15, 08:53:16
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Probably the best test would be to buy a month of software and try.

You don't need to buy Corona for this. We offer a 45-day demo license. All you need to do is just to download the installer from web, install Corona and then when you try to use Corona in 3ds Max, you'll be prompted to activate your license where you'll be given the choice to activate the demo.

2022-02-15, 11:58:59
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Marco Onersi

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Thank's for your reply

2022-02-17, 12:55:45
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Hello everyone!

Cant run Corona renderer Benchmark with new clean OS win 7 x 64. Benchmark requests license every time. Does it need Corona's license for testing PC?

2022-05-31, 04:54:04
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Corona 1.3 Benchmark Finished
BTR Scene 16 passes
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX 32-Core Processor (x4)
 Real CPU Frequency [GHz]: 3.3
Render Time: 0:00:43, Rays/sec: 11,285,800

....I think I have the best time around here.. I'm impressed.. and I was thinking of upgrading this PC to a Threadripper PRO 3975WX....
« Last Edit: 2022-05-31, 05:01:34 by AVWS »

2022-06-19, 17:10:17
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Dual EPYC 7T83 with 256 GB of old 2666 MHz RAM - 9 sec

2022-06-20, 13:58:15
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I know this has all been requested years ago but I'd really love to see an updated benchmark that has the following:

- ability to run multiple tests automatically and take an average (and best) result
- something that's at least taking 5 or 10 x longer than currently on an average machine, to allow proper time for any throttling to take real effect etc.
- something that uses multiple render elements with denoising (which stresses the CPU a lot more and helps judge temps)
- outputs the result to desktop automatically
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2022-06-20, 14:41:01
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- something that's at least taking 5 or 10 x longer than currently on an average machine, to allow proper time for any throttling to take real effect etc.

No need to do this longer by x-times. It will be much better to run it for 1 or 2 minutes like in vray benchmark. This way it will be good for everyone.