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Please let know your OSX86's Result with the following

ZooRender's Maya File

Your render time and hardware specs.

Here's Mine

QX6700 2.66Ghz
2GB DDR2 800Mhz
Render Time 1:18

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Following was my original post...

Hello everyone, I've made a simple file just to test how it is on your OSX.
Please post your Render time and CPU Activity.

Maya85Bench.zip

My Render time was 22 seconds

It seems like it can use 1/4 core of my processor only..

following is my screenshot of the resut

If you take a look at the CPU activity, even I've choose the option use all cpu from the Render Settings>> Multi Processing.
It would still use only 1/4 of my cores. But I can use all 4/4 Core by using Cinema 4D. Please let know

Edited by yhXDEV, 26 January 2007 - 07:17 PM.


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my speed is 33secs (not too fast comp) but it's enough for me, 'cause i use 3d for broadcast design and toon-style animation, so rendertime isn't critical for me (counting the pleasure of Mac OS usage on pc).

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my speed is 33secs (not too fast comp) but it's enough for me, 'cause i use 3d for broadcast design and toon-style animation, so rendertime isn't critical for me (counting the pleasure of Mac OS usage on pc).


Were you be able to use all of your cores? I just wonder if anyone can use all cores.

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I have an AMD x32 4200 and both cores were used but only around 50% each. In windows it uses 100% and 70% but the render times were pretty much the same. Not every scene is going to use all your cores anyway. Try the test file over at zoorender.com and see what results that gives you.

http://www.zoorender.com/benchmark/

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I have an AMD x32 4200 and both cores were used but only around 50% each. In windows it uses 100% and 70% but the render times were pretty much the same. Not every scene is going to use all your cores anyway. Try the test file over at zoorender.com and see what results that gives you.

http://www.zoorender.com/benchmark/


Thank you and you're right. With that scene I can fire up all my cores
I've got my result for 1:18 with the file provided there.
Since it's a better file, I'll switch the one I've posted to that file.

QX6700 2.66Ghz
2GB DDR2 800Mhz
Render Time 1:18

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hello yhXDEV... can i ask one thing .. its litle oftopic but.. what is your computer configuration? i think what is your mobo cpu and graphic card?

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hello yhXDEV... can i ask one thing .. its litle oftopic but.. what is your computer configuration? i think what is your mobo cpu and graphic card?


Here's one of mine

QX6700, 965P-DQ6, 2x1GB800MhzDDR2CL4, GF7800GTX256MB

Nothing fancy..

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hi...... i just tested the maya benchmark and here is mine 3minutes 5 seconds on OSX86

which is faster than windows :) in WINDOWS i got about 3minutes 11 sec

the above ones are tested without any other applicaton running :thumbsup_anim:

my specs:
intel core2duo@2.13
1Gb DDR2 ram
assus conroe945g-DVI motherboard
onboard GMA950 graphic accelerator(no external graphic card) :thumbsup_anim:

i want to know whether my benchmark good or bad according to my hardware specs???? :rolleyes:

AND MY BOTH CORES ARE WORKING........ i think so ............attached the image

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Edited by avenger, 28 January 2007 - 02:14 AM.


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I get about 3:30 in both XP and OSX. OSX is several seconds faster.

E6300 at stock speed. 2Gigs RAM. Asus P5B.

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hey guys i have a dual xeon 3.06 ghz 533fsb with 4gb of ddr2 ram and a quadro fx 3000
i'm having a problem having osx see the hyperthreading cpu's so i only see 2 cpus, and i'm getting fairly poor preformance on osx as opposed to win xp on osx i'm getting 3:11 and on my pc i get 1:14 whole 2 minutes faster...
any ideas on how to get osx to see the extra threads???

thanks in advance

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hey guys i have a dual xeon 3.06 ghz 533fsb with 4gb of ddr2 ram and a quadro fx 3000
i'm having a problem having osx see the hyperthreading cpu's so i only see 2 cpus, and i'm getting fairly poor preformance on osx as opposed to win xp on osx i'm getting 3:11 and on my pc i get 1:14 whole 2 minutes faster...
any ideas on how to get osx to see the extra threads???

thanks in advance


You should try disabling the HT Feature from your BIOS and see how it is.

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Hello all, i have rendered the test in 2:18 sec.
seems slow or? :blink:

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OS X retail 10.5.6
Q9650 Quad core @ 3.0Ghz
4 gig ram
VGA 9600gt

Render time 1:10

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Oh,this old thread is interesting.I guess that we can use both 10.4 and 10.5 for the benchmarks (at least until 10.6 is released).

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