V-Ray 5 benchmark is out for NVIDIA RTX GPUs

Posted on Thursday, November 12 2020 @ 14:12 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Chaos Group reveals V-Ray 5, the newest version of this benchmark includes support for NVIDIA RTX GPUs. You can download it over here.
Today, Chaos Group released V-Ray 5 Benchmark, a free standalone application that lets users quickly test their rendering speeds on any combination of CPUs and GPUs. V-Ray 5 Benchmark launches with three complex test scenes designed to assess V-Ray performance on CPU, GPU CUDA and GPU RTX cards.

Since launching, V-Ray Benchmark has become a standard for new hardware testing, helping countless users and journalists assess the rendering performance of new laptops, workstations, graphics cards and more. With V-Ray 5 Benchmark, these users can access its biggest update yet, making it easier to evaluate the latest technology against one of the most popular renderers in the world.

What’s New in V-Ray 5 Benchmark:
  • V-Ray 5 Performance – Benchmark rendering speeds using the latest V-Ray 5 technology.
  • New RTX Testing Mode – Test the render performance of V-Ray GPU on NVIDIA RTX graphics cards.
  • More Detailed CPU Results – New CPU information includes physical count, SMT/Hyper-Threading, overclocking, etc.
  • Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling – The V-Ray GPU benchmark can now detect if hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is enabled in Windows 10.
  • Save and Share Your Results – Save scores directly in the Benchmark app, and share images of the results with the built-in screen capture tool.
  • Simplified UI – Benchmarking your hardware is easier than ever with the redesigned user interface.
  • Advanced Search Results – New search options make it easy to filter the benchmark results by device, number of devices and SMT/Hyper-Threading settings. You can also toggle the V-Ray GPU CUDA results to show GPU-only scores or ones that use hybrid configurations.
  •  V-Ray 5 Benchmark

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