Blender 3.0 Benchmarks - Performance Across 19 Different NVIDIA GPUs
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 6 December 2021. Page 6 of 6. 30 Comments

Here is a geometric mean for all of the benchmarks across all of the Blender scenes with both CUDA and OptiX benchmarking, if wanting to evaluate the difference between the NVIDIA GPU models. When Blender 3.1 comes out next year we'll be able to see how the AMD Radeon performance compares with HIP on Linux.

For those interested in power efficiency as well, here are also the GPU power consumption numbers across the entire span of Blender 3.0 NVIDIA GPU benchmarks carried out.

While the GPU thermals can vary a lot depending upon your AIB card, here is a look at those for the duration of the Blender 3.0 benchmarking with the cards tested.

Those wishing to see all of my NVIDIA GeForce benchmarks on Blender 3.0 in full can do so via this OpenBenchmarking.org result file. Via the Blender test page you can also see community aggregate/composite scores for both CPUs and GPUs and other metrics.

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