Meelis wrote:fredmj wrote:Dade wrote:I think it will still be a lot cheaper to go for GeForce cards for small installations
Yep, I think so. Nevertheless, I would be (VERY) curious to see the result of a rendering with luxrenderGPU on a TESLA machine...
Is there any rich man in the audience?
"NVIDIA NV100 (or Fermi) is less powerful than GeForce GTX 285?"
C2050 1.040 TFLOPS
C2070 1.26 TFLOPS
GTX 285 1.063 TFLOPS
GTX 295 1.788 TFLOPS
ATI 5970 4.64 TFLOPS
According to the same source :
C2070 stands a bit better, 630 GFLOPS of Dual-Precision [...]
and "dual precisions" mean operations over 64bits precisions, which is, I guess, the normality in the 3D world. No?
I know that is a bit out of the subject of this post and That's my last comment about that, but ...
For example, Is the MSI mother card (with her 7 PCI-E slots) plugged with C2070 could really explode the performance of LuxrenderGPU?
I mean 7X600GFLOPS=5,4TFLOPS, and the (pseudo) real time rendering come true...