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Soldato
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I will be in a few hours. post up user benches, pics, any new info that comes along.

please don't ruin yet another thread with bickering and price complaints.
 
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Waiting for Gregs benches of mass destruction :)

Then waiting for the 13.3 drivers and Matts extreme 7970 results :p
 
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Reposting the CUDA Rendering Benchmark Results from the other thread, thanks to "Brian" from Vray forums:

Here is the first (as I can see it), benchmark comparing CUDA performance within VRay RT using GPU-enhancement: VERY promising!

BENCHMARK RESULTS: TITAN V 680 CUDA RENDERING IN VRAY RT

I have compared an EVGA GTX 680 4gb Classified, overclocked with a slightly overclocked EVGA GTX Titan Superclocked. I used the test file referred to in this thread and ran the latest RT. Here are the results, at 1920x1152 sized image:
680 OpenCL = 1m 48.3s
680 CUDA = 0m 44.1s

Titan OpenCL = 1m 42.7s
Titan CUDA = 0m 29.9s

I am not an expert VRay user, by any means. I have appreciated all the help I have received in this forum, so I wanted to share my interesting results!
Also - the 680 GTX was tweaked for max performance, the Titan is not.

Notice that OpenCL is totally broken with the current drivers, so ignore that result. But that time saving is HUGE. Very significant. This is what we were hoping for!

EDIT: That was from a chap called Brian on the VRay forums, so not publicly accessible unless you own Vray.

47% speed boost over a 680!
 
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Looking forward to these, especially 1ghz results as I'd expect everyone to at least hit that mark :)

Same here. 1Ghz should be doable easily.

Good luck Andy and looking forward to pics and results.

To anyone who thinks about coming in and bickering, please don't. :)
 
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Same here. 1Ghz should be doable easily.

Good luck Andy and looking forward to pics and results.

You too... I'm waiting on a new CPU block to arrive as well so I might not even actually get to play with mine tonight (beyond opening boxes and stroking them that is).
 
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Meanwhile, greg prepares for his imminent assault on the Benchmark runs...

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Enjoy your toys boys.

Looking forward to the results.:D
 
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you'll need to upload them to some free hosting like imageshack and then post the image links to the forum using the insert image button above where you type
 
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I'm interested in seeing if the Titan can sustain the overclocks, read a few reports of it downclocking once heat/power limits are breached.
 
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