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Old 05 May 2013   #31
here is script:

Application.CreatePrim("Cube", "MeshSurface", "", "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivu", 831, "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivv", 800, "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivbase", 800, "")
Application.SetValue("Camera.camvis.refreshrate", True, "")
Application.SetDisplayMode("Camera", "shaded")
Application.DeselectAll()
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Out", 5000, "")
Application.DeselectAll()
Application.GetPrim("Null", "", "", "")
Application.SelectObj("Camera_Root", "", "")
Application.CopyPaste("Camera_Root", "", "null", 1)
Application.SelectObj("null", "", "")
Application.SaveKey("null.kine.local.rotx,null.kine.local.roty,null.kin e.local.rotz", 1, "", "", "", "", "")
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Key", 5000, "")
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Current", 5000, "")
Application.Rotate("", 0, 8000, 0, "siAbsolute", "siPivot", "siObj", "siY", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", 0, "")
Application.SaveKey("null.kine.local.rotx,null.kine.local.roty,null.kin e.local.rotz", 5000, "", "", "", "", "")
Application.FirstFrame()


Just paste in script editor and run, after it is ifinished shoot play and it should read fps down there
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Old 05 May 2013   #32
Cool I will dl the softimage trial and give that a try.
 
Old 05 May 2013   #33
Originally Posted by mirkoj: here is script:

Application.CreatePrim("Cube", "MeshSurface", "", "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivu", 831, "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivv", 800, "")
Application.SetValue("cube.polymsh.geom.subdivbase", 800, "")
Application.SetValue("Camera.camvis.refreshrate", True, "")
Application.SetDisplayMode("Camera", "shaded")
Application.DeselectAll()
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Out", 5000, "")
Application.DeselectAll()
Application.GetPrim("Null", "", "", "")
Application.SelectObj("Camera_Root", "", "")
Application.CopyPaste("Camera_Root", "", "null", 1)
Application.SelectObj("null", "", "")
Application.SaveKey("null.kine.local.rotx,null.kine.local.roty,null.kin e.local.rotz", 1, "", "", "", "", "")
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Key", 5000, "")
Application.SetValue("PlayControl.Current", 5000, "")
Application.Rotate("", 0, 8000, 0, "siAbsolute", "siPivot", "siObj", "siY", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", 0, "")
Application.SaveKey("null.kine.local.rotx,null.kine.local.roty,null.kin e.local.rotz", 5000, "", "", "", "", "")
Application.FirstFrame()


Just paste in script editor and run, after it is ifinished shoot play and it should read fps down there


I just ran this in a fresh install of Soft 2014. Had to change the "True" to "1" to get it to run.

Titan pegged and held steady right at "60.0+" on 320.18 driver.
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Old 05 May 2013   #34
check if v-sync is turned on?
if so that is reason why it is stuck at 60 (probably monitor refresh rate) and can't show full speed.
there should be option to turn off v-sync either in nvidia control or something

also with shift-s in viewport and Stats there is Show vertical sync status to see if it is on or off.
if it isn't too much to bother you with
really interested to see if it beats my 7970 and if so it would be nice reason to upgrade and get card that can do some redshift GPU rendering as well
If that is the case and there is nice diference in there I would sell both my 7970 for faster viewport + CUDA but lets see if that will be the case really looking into
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Old 05 May 2013   #35
Originally Posted by mirkoj: check if v-sync is turned on?
if so that is reason why it is stuck at 60 (probably monitor refresh rate) and can't show full speed.
there should be option to turn off v-sync either in nvidia control or something

also with shift-s in viewport and Stats there is Show vertical sync status to see if it is on or off.
if it isn't too much to bother you with
really interested to see if it beats my 7970 and if so it would be nice reason to upgrade and get card that can do some redshift GPU rendering as well
If that is the case and there is nice diference in there I would sell both my 7970 for faster viewport + CUDA but lets see if that will be the case really looking into


Turned v-sync off but Soft doesnt seem to be obeying that.

I will say you will not be disappointed in Titan for CUDA rendering. In our testing a single Titan beats a Quadro K5000+Tesla K20X in Arion pretty easily. $1K for Titan. $7K for Quadro + Tesla combo.
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Old 05 May 2013   #36
actually I was looking more into 780. from some reviews is doesn't fall too much behind performance wise but price wise pretty much.
but still would love to see v-sync off results as any card now can push that to steady 60fps.
for example here are some results I did when I replaced gt580 with 7970:

GTX580:
cinebench OpenGL: 60
Softiamge, cube subd 831x800x800 shaded view rotation: ~17fps, after totating it for like 30sec or something it speeds up to 80fps. doesn't work all the time.
Maya 1 riged cahracter simple scene: rotating cam 35fps-40fps, playing 4-5fps


HD7970:
cinebench OpenGL: 90
Softiamge, cube subd 831x800x800 shaded view rotation: ~90fps, no need for half of min rotation, goes smooth from start.
Maya 1 rigged character simple scene: rotating cam 70fps-115fps, playing 24-26fps

Same system just card replaced. Witht that much performance gain in viewport and CUDA rendering not so high in proprity list back then that was simple solution.
Now with redshift testing and looking so sweet, time to look at some CUDA cards again. Maybe They also mentioned working on OpenCL version to but not any time soon :(
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Old 05 May 2013   #37
hi

amd opteron 8350 at stock + 7970 at stock settings 172,5 fps. Catalyst 13.4
Cinebench 72,2 fps

best regards
Sven, render4you
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Old 05 May 2013   #38
that sounds abut right. forgot those are ooold results with some old drivers.
Getting ~170 in Si 2013, a bit lower in SI 2014 which I'm not happy to see but..
Also after some overclocking play it pushed up to 200fps.
In any case compared to gtx580 it was world apart. Now wondering about titan and 780
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Old 06 June 2013   #39
really looking forward to see titan or 780 results
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Old 06 June 2013   #40
I get this when I try to run that script:

ERROR : Cannot use parentheses when calling a Sub - [line 1]
 
Old 06 June 2013   #41
Someone up there metnioned some problem ad did this:
I just ran this in a fresh install of Soft 2014. Had to change the "True" to "1" to get it to run.

Also check if script language is python selected
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Old 06 June 2013   #42
I got 42fps. GTX 780, 6gb ram, stock i7 920
 
Old 06 June 2013   #43
42????

something is terribly wrong old gtx570 can get at least 60-80
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Old 06 June 2013   #44
set the script editor to Python, it's probably defaulting to VBS.
Make sure you turn vsync and cap playback off before you run it though, or everybody will get 60 fps

As tests go it's not indicative of a lot though.
You can get videocards doing ok in that test that will absolutely crap themselves in a lot of scenarios.
All it gets you is a semi-accurate draw/fill rate clocking.
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Old 06 June 2013   #45
I've finally had a chance to bench both the 780 and the Titan (remotely, I compiled a few things for a friend to run and send me the output of).

Sadly, while not as badly as the 680, the 780 is still driver crippled when it comes to quite a few things. In some (non artificial) tests it still gets beaten by a 580, where a titan easily doubles out the performance of the 580, and is only an inch behind a k5k.

OCL shoot-outs that have been tossed around in the last few weeks also all agree.
It seems for now the only recent GTX out there that truly excels at workstation work remains the Titan.

This was a set of DP tests written in CUDA, so it's as telling as it gets with no OCL bias questions. Multisampling, ByN naive reduction and large set FFTs all show the 780 crippled.
Shame.
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