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    Hi everyone , I need your help to known ‘How’s your VGA card performamce with 3dsmax 2012 viewport’ to comparison gtx , quadro , Hd radeon and ati firepro .
    I have a file to test here ( 14.980.000 Polys ) : http://www.up.98ia.com/images/oxccj2jwznpfvegwx5qu.rar
    +Unzip + Open the file with max 2012
    +Press ‘C’ to turn to camera 01.
    + hit play to get the highest Fps
    +Turn to shaded , realistic , Wireframe , shaded + Wireframe .

    My PC :
    -cpu : 2600k no OC
    -vga : 9600 gt 1gb
    -ram :2*4gb DDR3 1600hz g.skill ripjaws
    -mb: asus maximus iv extreme p67
    -ssd 80gb intel

    use 3ds max 2012 x64
    shaded : 6 fps
    realistic : 4.2 fps
    shaded + Wireframe : 3 fps
    Wireframe : 3.4 fps

    everyone with high end graphic card help please , to make good reference , thanks , (excuse me for my english)
    Last edited by kianoosh; April 27th, 2012 at 02:53 PM.

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    Default Re: 3ds max 2012 viewport benchmark

    no one live in this forum ?

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    Hi,

    I will try to install 3Dsmax2012 and do some viewport benchmark for you since we are almost having the same system.
    Only I'm not sure if you have moded your VGA to a quadro driver but if not, I dont think you should expect high framerates
    from this card.

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    Default Re: 3ds max 2012 viewport benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by diosdadobatac1 View Post
    Hi,

    I will try to install 3Dsmax2012 and do some viewport benchmark for you since we are almost having the same system.
    Only I'm not sure if you have moded your VGA to a quadro driver but if not, I dont think you should expect high framerates
    from this card.
    no , i dont use quadro deriver , i want see quadro 5000 and 6000 , ati firepro v7900 or v8800 performance on this scene to choice one of them , we tested it by gtx 580 have not different with my 9600gt !!
    Last edited by kianoosh; April 29th, 2012 at 02:23 PM.

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    My Work PC :
    -Computer: Lenovo D20
    -cpu: 2 x Xeon E5620 2.4GHz, Hyperthreaded 16 Cores
    -Video Card: FirePro V7800 1gb, running 3 x 24" monitors
    -ram: 6 x 4GB, 12GB per processor, 24GB total
    -mb: whatever came with the computer
    -hd: 500gb seagate barracuda (trying to convince IT for a SSD soon)

    First off I have been having computer problems lately, I actually ended up here looking for answers about why my computer acts so slow in 3ds sometimes. I actually have an open ticket with ATI right now about the video driver for 3ds max design 2013. Wireframe does not always display properly with my V7800. I also got an error opening your file FYI, Missing Dll vrender2012.dr Class V-Ray Adv 2.20.03.

    use 3ds max design 2012 x64 (from the autodesk infrastructure suite, no vray)
    shaded : 1.9 fps
    realistic : 0.86 fps
    Wireframe : 1.9 fps

    use 3ds max design 2013 x64 (from the autodesk infrastructure suite, no vray)
    shaded : 3.5 fps
    realistic : 2.7 fps
    Wireframe : 1.5 fps

    While running this on my desktop I saw all cores fluctuating(nothing consistant or over 30%), and the gpu at 0%. Its like the computer isnt even trying, yet it is still very choppy.

    Personal Laptop:
    -Computer: HP 8530w Elitebook
    -cpu: Intel Centrino 2 T9400, 2.53GHz, dual core
    -Video Card: Nvidia Quadro FX 770m, 512mb
    -ram: 2 x 4GB, 8GB total
    -mb: whatever came with the computer
    -ssd: Intel X-25m 160GB

    3ds max design 2012 x64 (student edition, no vray)
    shaded : 2.2 fps
    realistic : 1.1 fps
    Wireframe : 2.1 fps

    While running this on my laptop I saw 1 core at 100%, the other at ~40%, and the gpu at ~40%.

    Hope it helps..

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    Default Re: 3ds max 2012 viewport benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by markpeterson View Post
    My Work PC :
    -Computer: Lenovo D20
    -cpu: 2 x Xeon E5620 2.4GHz, Hyperthreaded 16 Cores
    -Video Card: FirePro V7800 1gb, running 3 x 24" monitors
    -ram: 6 x 4GB, 12GB per processor, 24GB total
    -mb: whatever came with the computer
    -hd: 500gb seagate barracuda (trying to convince IT for a SSD soon)

    First off I have been having computer problems lately, I actually ended up here looking for answers about why my computer acts so slow in 3ds sometimes. I actually have an open ticket with ATI right now about the video driver for 3ds max design 2013. Wireframe does not always display properly with my V7800. I also got an error opening your file FYI, Missing Dll vrender2012.dr Class V-Ray Adv 2.20.03.

    use 3ds max design 2012 x64 (from the autodesk infrastructure suite, no vray)
    shaded : 1.9 fps
    realistic : 0.86 fps
    Wireframe : 1.9 fps

    use 3ds max design 2013 x64 (from the autodesk infrastructure suite, no vray)
    shaded : 3.5 fps
    realistic : 2.7 fps
    Wireframe : 1.5 fps

    While running this on my desktop I saw all cores fluctuating(nothing consistant or over 30%), and the gpu at 0%. Its like the computer isnt even trying, yet it is still very choppy.

    Personal Laptop:
    -Computer: HP 8530w Elitebook
    -cpu: Intel Centrino 2 T9400, 2.53GHz, dual core
    -Video Card: Nvidia Quadro FX 770m, 512mb
    -ram: 2 x 4GB, 8GB total
    -mb: whatever came with the computer
    -ssd: Intel X-25m 160GB

    3ds max design 2012 x64 (student edition, no vray)
    shaded : 2.2 fps
    realistic : 1.1 fps
    Wireframe : 2.1 fps

    While running this on my laptop I saw 1 core at 100%, the other at ~40%, and the gpu at ~40%.

    Hope it helps..
    of course , thanks a lot my friend , but i confused with those results !! in everywhere written ati firepro and quadro`s driver optimized for 3d application !! ? !! but in this benchmark my old gaming card was better than quadro fx4800 and v7800 and have no different with gtx 580 !!
    please read this : http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news....aspx?pageid=0
    in this benchmark 3ds max 2011 scene have 32 million poly .

    any one can test my file with v7900 and quadro 6000 or 5000 ?

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    Default Re: 3ds max 2012 viewport benchmark

    Here are my test results

    3D max 2012 x64
    shaded : 4.7 fps
    realistic : 4.1 fps
    shaded + Wireframe : 2.5 fps
    Wireframe : 2.6 fps
    -------------------------------
    Hardware Used:

    Dual xeon E5520 CPU
    12 Gb RAM
    Quadro 4000 GPU
    Crusial C300 256Gb SSD
    Tyan S7025 MOBO

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    3dSmax 2012

    Shaded : 6.192 fps
    Realistic : 2.865
    Shaded + wireframe : 3.9 fps
    Wireframe : 5.5 fps

    3dSmax 2013

    Shaded : 6.5 fps
    Realistic : 2.9 fps
    Shaded + wireframe : 2.9 fps
    Wireframe : 3.9 fps

    System:
    Core i72600k @ 4.6 GHz
    Asrock Z68 Extreme 4 Gen3
    16Gb Corsair Vengeance @ 1600 MHz
    Nvidia Quadro FX 4600
    1 TB Hardrive 7200 RPM

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    3DS Max 2012

    Shaded: 3.466-3.514 FPS
    Realistic: 1.597-1.644 FPS
    Shaded + edged faces: 2.423- 2.468 FPS
    Wireframe: 3.909- 3.915 FPS

    System:
    Core i7 3930K
    GTX 460 2GB Palit
    8GB Ram
    7200 RPM HDD

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    Default Re: 3ds max 2012 viewport benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by branskyj View Post
    3DS Max 2012

    Shaded: 3.466-3.514 FPS
    Realistic: 1.597-1.644 FPS
    Shaded + edged faces: 2.423- 2.468 FPS
    Wireframe: 3.909- 3.915 FPS

    System:
    Core i7 3930K
    GTX 460 2GB Palit
    8GB Ram
    7200 RPM HDD
    Hi,

    Hope you dont mind me asking. You have a pretty great & pricey processor there, just curious with the other specs like the GPU.
    Are you using these for gaming? or for graphic works?

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