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Vue Infinite 2016 on Ryzen 1800x

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Vue Infinite 2016 on Ryzen 1800x

I was hoping someone would be able to offer some help for an issue I'm having with VUE Infinite 2016. I just built a new workstation for rendering and decided on the Ryzen platform for the performance and multithreading ability. The system is a Ryzen 1800x with 32GB of RAM and the GPU is a Quadro M4000

With these specs I would expect it to render very fast, however on a basic render (the scene was a simple tree with basic atmosphere and lighting) the render was slated to take over 3 hours; much slower than even my aging i5 4430 machine!

Is there anything that could be causing this disparity?
This post: June 26, 2017

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Stephen Briggs
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Joined: July 31, 2005

Re: Vue Infinite 2016 on Ryzen 1800x

What Main board are you using. I used a ASUS board and had to run the AI Suite 3 optimization to get to run faster.

From the Task Manager, what is the CPU utilization and memory usage.

What is your operating system? I am using Windows 10.
This post: June 30, 2017

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Ronald Samson
Posts: 28
Joined: September 06, 2009

Re: Vue Infinite 2016 on Ryzen 1800x

When the render first starts, the estimate to finish the render can be very inaccurate - as the render starts working, the time to finish is a better indicator of the actual time.
This post: June 30, 2017

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Peggy Walters
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Re: Vue Infinite 2016 on Ryzen 1800x

Three things in a scene that will throw off any "time remaining" left for sure are:

Object silhouette edges.
Volumetics.
Reflections.
This post: July 06, 2017

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Shawn Driscoll
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