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Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2019-04-08, 01:06:23 »
Going to get set of 64gb ram and as far as i know, Zen works "best" with b-die .

Its worth throwing 300eur more for 3200 CL14 just solely for 3ds max and rendering purposes compared to 3200 CL16 ? Did some research but most of it is comparison in games.

btw : found B-die finder

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2019-02-07, 14:29:16 »
How did someone get 37 secs bench time.  I have a 2990wx or to 4.0 with 32 go ram and I had a score of 1:12. What am I doing wrong?

Post your pc specs here

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2019-01-06, 11:54:57 »

For slovak / czech speakers

Seems to slow down Corona benchmark by 2 seconds for me. Doesn't appear to have any impact on Vray benchmark. May still be a good idea to run, either way, to ensure that dynamic local mode is running as a permanent service. For 7-zip there is apparently some benefit.

Anyone else loses a second or two with corona bench?

Corona benchmark is same for me but in cinebench i gained like 100-150 points.

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2018-12-08, 20:02:53 »
I 'm  using Noctua NH u14s with double mounted fan to cool my system.
I' m curious about other idle and "loaded" temps with  solutions like wraithripper, enermax, or custom.

my Tdies are :  idle 28-29 C  and loaded 48-49 C . Room temp is 20 C.

There is literally zero benefits running two fans on NH14 (pull - push). I noticed more noise while having 2 fans running and i did 2x 4hr test with 1 and 2 fans and difference was 1C.
Problem is that its single heatsink design. Hope they will release NH15 in future.

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2018-11-03, 23:08:41 »
I was playing with my system a bit. I dont want to OC it since its my 24/7 machine for everything /i have xeon renderfarm for long tasks/.

So i decided to undervolt my 2990wx and im on stable -0.125mv. Cinebench gives me 5122 points so there is no power loss. Aida64 hits 52-54C /56C peak/, Corona never pushes over 52C and volatage is fluctating from 0.98x to 1.08xV.

Im using only 2 fans atm - 1x NHU14 and 1x case fan. I can barely hear my PC now even at full load. Im so damn impressed. I think there is still some room to go even lower.

loaded rendering 67 c

Keep eye on the temps, it will start to power throttle at 67,8C. During summer definitely.

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2018-10-28, 23:45:11 »
Replacement Zenith arrived yesterday and I'm up and running again! Third time lucky. And I built it exactly like you said, one component at a time (which meant it took all day to build). I can't set it up properly yet and test as I've got to go away but the temps are looking really good at the moment (CPU temp is better than ever, but that's probably down to better TIM placement on the CPU this time than anything board related). When I get back I'll get the memory speed set up correctly and set up PBO and give it some proper stress tests and see how good the temps really are. But I've never been so pleased to see a BIOS screen as I was yesterday :-)

Whats your temps ? Originally i wanted to purchase Zenith but after some proper research i went with Aorus so im curious what numbers you are getting.
Im using stock clock + NHU14s with one fan since two fans actually did nothing because of single heatsink design. CPU tends to sit at 55-58C even after several hours of rendering so im fine with it considering its on air.

Gallery / Re: CLOSE-UPS
« on: 2017-08-31, 22:02:10 »
Why you guys are asking to be spoon fed ? Just experiment a bit.

People are more and more lazy.

Anyway, gorgeous images.

Gallery / Re: Nuremberg Bathroom
« on: 2016-12-01, 16:24:51 »
Very nice images but, i can imagine that owner of this bathroom looks like this haha

Gallery / Re: Michal Timko`s gallery
« on: 2015-12-10, 17:41:52 »
Another one. Too much bump on the floor / chair.

Gallery / Re: Michal Timko`s gallery
« on: 2015-12-10, 14:02:39 »
How many passes you usually render at? Also, which resolution?

Every image (final) is rendered at 5000px. And i dont know how much passes, really. Im using 5x6core xeon renderfarm so 5k images are clean after 1-2 hours.

Gallery / Re: Michal Timko`s gallery
« on: 2015-12-09, 13:32:19 »
i would like to know if you reduced the intensity of the sun(to something like 0.05) to work with the hdri or you just played with the exposure controls to give the desired results....either way, which would be the most realistic approach? and would it work the same in exterior scenes as well?

Im always adjusting sun`s size / intensity. Pairing HDR with sun is what i use lately. It needs some time to develop your own "presets". Experiment and do what you like. Important are pixels in final image.

Gallery / Re: Michal Timko`s gallery
« on: 2015-12-09, 11:20:57 »
Awsome drafts! How do you make the bulbs? Light inside the glass bulb object or light material? Hdri only?

HDR+Sun as usual, bulbs are hipoly bulb models with LightMtl applied.

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