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    Thanks for the link to the Linux Blender. Was not aware of it at all. Downloading now. Will be curious to compare my Linux results against your Windows results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithMyers View Post
    Thanks for the link to the Linux Blender. Was not aware of it at all. Downloading now. Will be curious to compare my Linux results against your Windows results.
    No Problem! Can't wait to see them too!

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    http://opendata.blender.org/benchmar...b-2ec774759a2c


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    scenes

    namebmw27stats
    resultOKtotal_render_time132.431device_peak_memory 140.74device_memory_usage140.73render_time_no_sync 130.97pipeline_render_time133.24

    nameclassroomstats
    resultOKtotal_render_time416.08device_peak_memory2 96.7device_memory_usage296.64render_time_no_sync41 5.412pipeline_render_time416.68
    timestamp2019-08-10T02:04:47.255071+00:00device_info
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    nameAMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-Core Processor
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    nameAMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-Core ProcessortypeCPU

    nameGeForce RTX 2080typeCUDAis_displayfalse

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    So on the face of it with less cpu clock and less memory clock, the advantage goes to Linux. The cpu was locked at 4150Mhz and the memory was running at 3533CL14 Fast timings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithMyers View Post
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    So on the face of it with less cpu clock and less memory clock, the advantage goes to Linux. The cpu was locked at 4150Mhz and the memory was running at 3533CL14 Fast timings.
    Damn that is Beautiful! I know you are running Ubuntu, but what specific version are you running, I want to boot up to it and see if I see those exact gains with my setup. You are KILLING IT!

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    I run Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

    Quote Originally Posted by MattTheTech View Post
    Damn that is Beautiful! I know you are running Ubuntu, but what specific version are you running, I want to boot up to it and see if I see those exact gains with my setup. You are KILLING IT!
    I am running the Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS version https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop

    Just grab the ISO and rufus from https://rufus.ie/ and burn it to a 16GB USB stick. It will create what is called a Live USB installation. Then reboot the computer and point the BIOS at the UEFI bootloader on the USB stick and in a minute or so you will be running Ubuntu. You can investigate how it looks and works. It is running solely from the stick and doesn't install anything to your drives.

    There is an icon on the Desktop for installing permanently to your storage when you want later. I would recommend just adding a new cheap small 128GB SSD drive to your machine for the target for the future Linux installation. That way you don't have to deal with dual booting or deal with grub installers later. You just reboot the machine when you want to change the operating system by choosing which OS to run from the BIOS selection.

    You could just run the Blender benchmark from the stick to but suspect the slow USB stick access might hinder that. Don't know if it runs mostly in memory or not. I know it has to load the files from the Blender folders to do the rendering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithMyers View Post
    I am running the Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS version https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop

    Just grab the ISO and rufus from https://rufus.ie/ and burn it to a 16GB USB stick. It will create what is called a Live USB installation. Then reboot the computer and point the BIOS at the UEFI bootloader on the USB stick and in a minute or so you will be running Ubuntu. You can investigate how it looks and works. It is running solely from the stick and doesn't install anything to your drives.

    There is an icon on the Desktop for installing permanently to your storage when you want later. I would recommend just adding a new cheap small 128GB SSD drive to your machine for the target for the future Linux installation. That way you don't have to deal with dual booting or deal with grub installers later. You just reboot the machine when you want to change the operating system by choosing which OS to run from the BIOS selection.

    You could just run the Blender benchmark from the stick to but suspect the slow USB stick access might hinder that. Don't know if it runs mostly in memory or not. I know it has to load the files from the Blender folders to do the rendering.
    Appreciate you brother! That link to your exact version was exactly what I was looking for!

    I currently boot from multiple USB's now, and thats exactly how I do it as well, Have multiple SSDs in my very computer for that reason!

    Real quick, on a side note. Did you notice how Rufus took away the ability to Deploy an Image to USB Hard Drives? You used to be able to plug in an External USB SSD and deploy a windows install to it for instance. I am not sure what version exactly where it first was removed, I tend to only update my tools about once a year, so the Rufus I have been using was from 2018, specifically version 2.18, and I finally decided to grab an updated version about a month or 2 ago, and went to turn my SSD into a Windows Installer (I carry around with me my old Samsung 256GB 850 Pro and a little Sata to USB3 adapter, and use this for just scratch or Image storage on jobs where Speed is important, so I often turn this into an installer USB for whatever OS I tend to need for that Job), and looked everywhere, they totally removed the function! Unless I am just blind, because the GUI has changed, but it used to be an option under "Advanced Options", called "List USB Hard Drives" and now no matter where I look I just can't find it. So I had to log into my Google Drive to download my version, which was inconvenient (Because the USB I keep the tools on I couldn't find at the time).

    Anyways, Just a side note that I just remembered, I wonder if any one else noticed or if I was the only one who ever used that option.

    Am going to find some time tonight to boot off your exact Ubuntu Version and then run these benchmarks and see if my Score improves at all! Thank You Again!

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    I probably have just as old a version of Rufus as you. I haven't had a Windows system to use it for over a year. Never noticed the ability to deploy to USB Hard drives as I always used a stick.

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    https://www.techpowerup.com/258201/a...x-boost-clocks


    AMD over the weekend updated the product-pages of its Ryzen processors on the company website to be very specific about what they mean by "Max Boost Clocks," that are advertised almost as extensively as the processor's main nominal clock-speeds. AMD describes it has "the maximum single-core frequency at which the processor is capable of operating under nominal conditions." We read into this as the highest boost-clock given to one of the cores on the processor.

    If you've been reading the "clock-frequency and boost analysis" charts in our processor reviews, you'll know that AMD processors spread their boost frequency progressively across cores during a multi-threaded workload that scales across all cores. At any given time, only one of the cores is awarded the highest boost clock, and while the other cores too get boosted beyond the nominal clock-speeds, they are in slight decrements of 25-50 MHz. The graph below is from our Ryzen 7 3700X review. The second graph below is from our Core i9-9900K review, which too shows only one of the cores getting the max boost frequency, and the remaining cores getting lower boost clocks, although the graph looks flatter.

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    Welcome back Shamino!

    Glad to have you back after your week off, hope you have rested well and had a good time.

    When can we expect the new BIOS versions to be uploaded? Particularly I'm waiting for new C7H bios.

    Have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithMyers View Post
    I probably have just as old a version of Rufus as you. I haven't had a Windows system to use it for over a year. Never noticed the ability to deploy to USB Hard drives as I always used a stick.
    Good Afternoon Keith!

    So I finally installed Ubuntu on an Extra SSD. I have since also gotten 3800Mhz to finally work on my system, so its not a direct comparison, although, at least on Windows this was only a minor boost to performance because of my relatively loose timings right now. But dude, check out my score now! I haven't compared it against yours yet, I was just blown away at the Performance Increase verse my old score!

    https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14272021

    So it seems there is a pretty drastic difference between Windows and Linux!

    I will run Blender in a little while to see how I compare there as well.

    Real quick, I know you had found some kind of way to monitor temps in Ubuntu, how did you manage that??? The Normal lm-sensors isn't working, it won't sense anything on this chip. I have brief recollection of you talking about that, but I know you had figured out how to monitor sensors somehow, as of right now I am flying blind. Ubuntu has made some major changes since last I ran it!

    Talk to you soon!

    EDIT: I went through your other posts and figured out how to add asus-wmi-sensors, so I am good on that front now. Man its been a while since I have tested my bash skills!

    I spent HOURS trying to get my damn Sound Card to work. It uses the C-Media CMI-8788 Driver, same as HD Oxygen, and for the life of me I can't get the damn card to be recognized. This build is supposed to do it by default according to everything I read, but it won't. It refuses to show up in audio devices, and I have done everything under the sun I could think of, and that I could find on Google, and I finally have to give up for the night, very frusterating!

    Anyways, got that Blender Benchmark Result for you. Posting it first, then I am going to compare to yours to see if I caught up!
    https://opendata.blender.org/benchma...c-47bc1b65d633
    Last edited by MattTheTech; 08-13-2019 at 06:53 AM.

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