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  • Blender 3.0 Benchmarks - Performance Across 19 Different NVIDIA GPUs

    Phoronix: Blender 3.0 Benchmarks - Performance Across 19 Different NVIDIA GPUs

    Last week marked the debut of the highly anticipated Blender 3.0 open-source 3D modeling software. Since then I have been very busy putting Blender 3.0 through its paces with a lot of performance benchmarking across various CPUs and GPUs.

    https://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=30732

  • #2
    Very nice improvements.

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    • #3
      open-source 3D modeling software with novideo driver is an oxymoron

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      • #4
        This is something that you would ever seen in a software development but that is actually very rare: a constant increase of performance each new version!

        Congrats to the Blender Team!

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        • #5
          If someone is interested in AMD HIP vs CUDA vs optix on windows performance it is here https://techgage.com/article/blender...u-performance/
          piotrj3
          Senior Member
          Last edited by piotrj3; 06 December 2021, 12:36 PM.

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          • #6
            What a shame for the foss community, peddling proprietary tech from a lousy anti-competitive corporation...

            Even when free, money is king... they are literally contributing to the obstruction of competition.
            ddriver
            Senior Member
            Last edited by ddriver; 06 December 2021, 01:14 PM.

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            • #7
              Blender is definitely an interesting project. I used it before it went open-source. What a piece of crap. Well, sort of. I mean it had a lot of features for free software but it had the most convoluted obtuse UI I had ever used in my life. Being open-source has improved it a lot but it's still not as good as it could be. Mirai/Nendo/Wings3D has the best 3D modelling interface ever conceived. I'm surprised more projects don't copy that design.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by linner View Post
                Blender is definitely an interesting project. I used it before it went open-source. What a piece of crap. Well, sort of. I mean it had a lot of features for free software but it had the most convoluted obtuse UI I had ever used in my life. Being open-source has improved it a lot but it's still not as good as it could be. Mirai/Nendo/Wings3D has the best 3D modelling interface ever conceived. I'm surprised more projects don't copy that design.
                Y'know that was 20 years ago, right?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by piotrj3 View Post
                  If someone is interested in AMD HIP vs CUDA vs optix on windows performance it is here https://techgage.com/article/blender...u-performance/
                  Erm yeah... Why aren't the Vega or CDNA cards there?
                  It's sad that Blender is open-source but ironically favors open-source hating vendor...

                  Guess somebody should make MUDA (yeah, CUDA retranslation layer for AMD like Dolphin is from PPC to x86 or Box86 is from x86 to ARM) and be done with it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

                    Erm yeah... Why aren't the Vega or CDNA cards there?
                    It's sad that Blender is open-source but ironically favors open-source hating vendor...

                    Guess somebody should make MUDA (yeah, CUDA retranslation layer for AMD like Dolphin is from PPC to x86 or Box86 is from x86 to ARM) and be done with it.
                    Because officially anything before RDNA2 is unsupported. Unofficially RDNA1 should work, but no info about Vega/Polaris.

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