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Corona Renderer 1.7 for 3ds Max Released!

Discussion in 'CGI News' started by dogrusoy, Oct 25, 2017.

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  1. Andy47

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    corona benchmark Rendering
    with amd Threadripper 1950x cpu

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    I get a feeling someone is trying to push Threadripper. I hope they don't have shares in AMD hahahaha

    Frankly benchmarks, at least for me are really no better than the majority of reviews. Unless you actually test it for yourself, in the real world, with a real project, then all these stats are pretty meaningless. IMHO
     
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    well ....we have to start somewhere , IMHO (victory)(rofl)(victory)

    i also think a war between gpu and cpu is coming !
    Threadripper 1950x cpu for corona
    and ............
    gtx 1080 ti for redshift

    :)
     
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    Personally I think the AMD spotlight won't be so bright for much longer.. but hey, people will make the most of it while it lasts, just as they have for many years. No denying AMD and their latest offerings have stirred things up a bit.. but we have seen it all before.. and as always I don't see it lasting.. Money is not the be all and end all, as some may think.. The war is between AMD and Intel, always was and I don't see it changing. As for the GPU/CPU war, that's meaningless argument really, like pitting a bicycle against a sports car, they are totally different beasts, so the argument as to which wins, is totally irrelevant.... end of the day, we all need competition, without it, everything would just stagnate and there wouldln't be any real progress