3D Rendering

3dsmax 5.1
WorldBench includes two 3dsmax benchmarks using version 5.1 of the popular 3D rendering and animation package: a DirectX and an OpenGL benchmark.

Discreet 3ds Max 5.1 (OpenGL)


Discreet 3ds Max 5.1 (DirectX)


3dsmax 6
For the next 3dsmax test, we used version 6 of the program and ran the SPECapc rendering tests to truly stress these CPUs. Since there's not much new to report here, we're only going to report the Rendering Composite score.

Discreet 3ds max 6 (OpenGL) - SPECapc Rendering Composite


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  • Kocur - Monday, June 27, 2005 - link


    Ouch, sorry for the double post:).

    Well, it is a pitty that some crapy reference motherborad from nowhere has been used for this review. Moreover, the settings (2, 2, 2, 10) were also not optimal for nForce4 chipset. To tell you the truth, I expected testing with at least DDR500, because it is how you would run this processor.

    Also I find quite funny that Anandtech got such a miserably overclocking processor. People on other sites reach 3GHz on air.

    What about power consumption comparison?

    I expected much more from Anandtech.

    Kocur.
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  • projecteda - Monday, June 27, 2005 - link

    Doom 3 benchies have the FX-55 listed twice. Reply
  • Marlin1975 - Monday, June 27, 2005 - link

    Need the X2 and P-D to REALLY see where this chip lines up as well, money wise to peroformance. Reply
  • Rapsven - Monday, June 27, 2005 - link

    Waste of cash. Might as well just get a dual core. Reply
  • RyzenRaisin - Monday, December 18, 2017 - link

    Oh if you guys could only have fathomed the power that Ryzen was to behold. Such silly humans of yesteryear. Reply

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