Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

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Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostMon Aug 15, 2016 8:47 pm

Thought I'd share this with the community for anyone who might be interested:

Blur:
09 Nodes: 24fps
18 Nodes: 24fps
30 Nodes: 24fps
66 Nodes: 17fps
Note: 24fps performance is maintained up to and including 45 Blur Nodes

TNR:
1: 24fps
2: 24fps
4: 24fps
6: 17fps
Note: 24fps performance is maintained up to and including 4 TNR Nodes

Edit: Clarification
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Aug 16, 2016 2:06 am

Thanks for sharing those, it is definitely the fastest dual card solution at the moment.

We haven't tested the RX480 with dual cards, but the triple RX480 card benchmarks are:

Blur:
09 Nodes: 24fps
18 Nodes: 24fps
30 Nodes: 24fps
66 Nodes: 17fps

TNR:
1: 24fps
2: 24fps
4: 24fps
6: 19fps

The cards we used were USD249 each, they come with a mild overclock as 'standard' so it was USD750 for the triple card setup.
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Aug 16, 2016 2:11 am

Very attractive price-to-performance ratio (RX480).
My workstation is fully-populated with PCIe cards.
With only have two available slots, and no desire for an external enclosure -- TITAN was the way to go.
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Aug 16, 2016 12:20 pm

Side note:
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Nvidia-Pas ... 566.0.html

laptop version of GTX 10xx seams to perform about the same as desktop, which I assume is a good news.
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Aug 16, 2016 2:24 pm

Andrew Kolakowski wrote:Side note:
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Nvidia-Pas ... 566.0.html

laptop version of GTX 10xx seams to perform about the same as desktop, which I assume is a good news.

And the new version of the Clevo P870 (rebranded as Sager in the US) has 2 GTX 1070's or 2 GTX 1080's
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostThu Aug 25, 2016 9:31 am

Blake LaFarm wrote:Thought I'd share this with the community for anyone who might be interested:

Blur:
09 Nodes: 24fps
18 Nodes: 24fps
30 Nodes: 24fps
66 Nodes: 17fps
Note: 24fps performance is maintained up to and including 45 Blur Nodes

TNR:
1: 24fps
2: 24fps
4: 24fps
6: 17fps
Note: 24fps performance is maintained up to and including 4 TNR Nodes

Edit: Clarification


On OS X i got the same scores on my MAXWELL Titan X's... Maybe optimisation for Pascal is still coming?
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostThu Aug 25, 2016 10:24 pm

Phillip Lakis wrote:On OS X i got the same scores on my MAXWELL Titan X's... Maybe optimisation for Pascal is still coming?
That's surprising. Look at the first post in this thread for typical Titan X Maxwell numbers:

viewtopic.php?f=21&t=49713
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostThu Aug 25, 2016 10:35 pm

Blake LaFarm wrote:
Phillip Lakis wrote:On OS X i got the same scores on my MAXWELL Titan X's... Maybe optimisation for Pascal is still coming?
That's surprising. Look at the first post in this thread for typical Titan X Maxwell numbers:

viewtopic.php?f=21&t=49713


Yeah but i think thats a single Titan X (Maxwell)...

I had 2x Titan X's in my mac pro with GUI set to Compute, Maybe we will see improvements on upcoming release for Pascal...
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostThu Aug 25, 2016 11:20 pm

OSX can't even run pascal yet...
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostFri Aug 26, 2016 3:51 pm

I ran a subsequent test with both TITAN cards mounted within the computer -- but with the DaVinci Resolve > Preferences > Video I/O and GPU > Use Display GPU For Compute option deselected.

Here is that test:

Blur:
09 Nodes: 24fps
18 Nodes: 24fps
30 Nodes: 20fps
66 Nodes: 10fps

TNR:
1: 24fps
2: 24fps
4: 20fps
6: 13fps

And once again, for comparison purposes only, here are the dual TITAN X Pascal numbers which I posted earlier in this thread (the Use Display GPU For Compute option selected).

Blur:
09 Nodes: 24fps
18 Nodes: 24fps
30 Nodes: 24fps
66 Nodes: 17fps

TNR:
1: 24fps
2: 24fps
4: 24fps
6: 17fps

So, you can see the effect of removing the Display GPU's computational capabilities on the benchmark.
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Nov 15, 2016 5:03 pm

Hi Blake,

I see you've got two of the new Titan X's and you get less performance when selecting to enable display compute.

Are you using one Titan just for GUI (not compute) and one discretely for compute?
Or another card for GUI and the two Titan's for compute?


Thanks
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Re: Dual TITAN X Pascal Candle Benchmarks

PostTue Nov 15, 2016 6:33 pm

Dan_VET wrote:Are you using one Titan just for GUI (not compute) and one discretely for compute?
Or another card for GUI and the two Titan's for compute?
My system only has the two new Pascal Titans installed. So the only difference between the two tests I posted in this thread is toggling the "Use Display GPU for Compute."
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