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  10 October 2015
I just tested my new Z840 (I've switched from a Mac Pro 2010 dual 6 core):

Xeon E5-2667 v3
Dual 8 core 3.2 GHz
32Gb RAM
Windows 7
Quadro K4200

Open GL: 152.22fps
CPU: 2629 cb

Not had chance to do much work on it yet and ironically what I have done has been in the Unreal engine where most of that power is wasted. Very happy though.
 
  10 October 2015
Cinebench

OK - thanks for both answers.
I think X-Particles is mutithreaded at least in some processes (not sure about Turbulence FD) but so far, I can tell there is a significant boost in most of my work.
Very happy for now.
Originally Posted by LukeLetellier: Slow single core speed really hits a chord when you're rendering an animation in which every frame needs significant preparing time. You add an extra 30 seconds per frame * 1000 frames - and BOOM: 8 more hours of rendering.

Also - caching mograph and dynamics.
 
  10 October 2015
Originally Posted by mism: I just tested my new Z840


How much was that rig?
 
  10 October 2015
Originally Posted by mitchino: How much was that rig?


A bit under 6k before VAT.
 
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