The new version of the benchmark from Chaos Group has received several important improvements that will help to more correctly assess the capabilities of different hardware for rendering. Among the most important changes, a new test for RTX video cards has been added, the benchmark results are given in strict linear correspondence (100 points, which means that hardware is 2 times faster than hardware with 50 points, for example), the complexity of the tests themselves has been increased, which simplifies testing top-end hardware.
Benchmarks in V-Ray 5 benchmark
In the new version of the vray benchmark, we will have 3 different tests on the V-Ray engine, each with its own scene and scale for measuring results.
- Common V-Ray CPU benchmark, results in vsamples
- V-Ray GPU test on CUDA, results in vpaths
- New V-Ray GPU RTX benchmark, vray results
Compared to previous versions, the complexity of test scenes has been significantly increased in order to more correctly load and test more productive new hardware.
New V-Ray benchmark score system
All results are presented in a linear sequence. Those. a configuration with 1000 points is 2 times faster in rendering than a computer with 500 points. The story is the same in Cinebench R20.
However, the results obtained in different tests cannot be compared head-on. Well, that is Compare 1000 points in the GPU test with 1000 points in the CPU test and say that in terms of performance, some video card is correspondingly equal to some processor. All measurements and competitions are only within one category, which corresponds to the scene, settings and technology.