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  1. danijelk

    Chess table

    Thanks, btw it's very old work from 2012-2013 :). My current work you can see here http://www.uniart3d.com/, 3d modeling&rendering, and 3d animation pages. Cheers,
  2. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    In nvidia control panel, when you go to Manage 3D settings, you have option "Power management mode", set this to "Prefer maximum performance", see if that helps.
  3. danijelk


    Hi, is there remote posibility for 3D Generalist, or just in-house?
  4. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    Np, btw, I have in the past GTX 1060 6Gb card, Zotac AMP! Edition (now 2 x Gigabyte GTX 1080 8Gb G1), and Redshift benchmark score was ~22 for 1060, and ~8 for 2xGTX 1080, for comparasion. Cheers,
  5. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    Run Heaven benchmark, open GPU-Z and see if PCIe x16 is switched to 3.0
  6. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    It's showing PCIe x 16 in 1.1 mode because it's in 2D desktop mode currently, no 3D activated, that's normal, as soon as 3D is activated PCIe x16 will switch to 3.0 (check this, run Heaven benchmark and monitor). Btw, strange that gpu-z is not detecting many things such as Computing, OpenCL, CUDA, GPU clock, Memory.... all that should be ticked and detected. Did you try to install older version of nvidia driver? Sometime latest drivers can cause new problems.
  7. PC all the way, much faster/better performance with much lower price, plus you can upgrade what ever you want.
  8. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    Can you post GPU-Z screenshots here?
  9. danijelk

    Cinebench Single CPU Scores

    Running cards in x8 instead x16 gives almost same performance overall, very small difference, around few %, probably depends of how "heavy" scene is for rendering. For full potential x16 is desirable.
  10. danijelk

    Cinebench Single CPU Scores

    If you plan to use 2 GPUs, go to 7820X, 8 core / 16 threads, 4.5 GHz boost, or 7900X if you plan to use 3 or more GPUs. Threadripper is good also, but has lower IPC, and 16 cores / 32 threads are not needed if rendering is done with GPU(s). 8700(K) and 8086(K) has highest IPC speed, but limited to just 16 pci-e lanes which is not good if you want to use more then 1 GPU for rendering.
  11. danijelk

    GPU with c4d

    OpenGL GPU score is heavily dependant of single core cpu speed, and your Xeon 3GHz speed is cause of low OpenGL score. For comparison, my GA GTX 1080 G1 8Gb has OpenGL score of 160+, with CPU single core score of 190+ (multi 1900+).
  12. You can buy Gigabyte GTX 1080 Gaming G1 8gb, it uses single 8-pin power connector, which will fit good with your 500w psu, and it has WindForce cooling solution, quiet and effective, I'm using personally two of them for Redshift. Price is < $500 atm. About GTX 2080 Ti, recommended psu is 650w+, price will be $1000-$1200, and real time raytracing/rendering is pretty cool, but software needs to support that fully and in proper way. It's first generation of real time raytracing gpu, think you will see real benefits from second generation when it comes up.
  13. danijelk

    Modeling job available for work asap

    PM sent. Cheers
  14. Hi, When I mentioned not to use XMP profiles, I meant not using it when you have different sticks, like now, otherwise with same/identical sticks, you can use XMP, of course. About your PSU, I never heard about "Standard" PSU's, and seems they are not good choice. You have nice machine, go with some quality PSU, for example Seasonic Focus Gold Plus 850W or EVGA G3 850W, one of the best gold PSU's and 10/7 year warranty (I currently have SS Focus Gold Plus 850W in my machine - 7820X 4.3GHz, 2xGTX 1080 WF, 32Gb DDR4 RAM, CM MasterLiquid 240, bunch of 140mm vents, and it's fantastic PSU). Cheers, Danijel
  15. About your ram, it's always highly recommended that you have identical sticks, in your case it would be 2 x 16Gb ADATA XPG Z1, or 2 x 16Gb Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro. In other words, speed, timmings and voltage to be same on all sticks. I would recommended that you not use XMP profiles, then to setup manually ram speed, timmings and voltage. For example, if one stick is declared to 3000MHz, with timmings 15-16-16 and voltage 1.35v, and other stick is 3400, 17-17-17, 1.35v, setup ram speed in BIOS for whole RAM like 3000MHz, 17-17-17, 1.35v. Also, what is your PSU brand?