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I'll use this computer mainly for 3D work based in Cinema4D and GPU rendering with Octane. I'll also use After Effects and Premiere as my compositing and editing softwares.

I couldn't find my RAM kit on the part list. It's actually 4x32 3200mhz Gigabyte LPX, not 2400mhz.

So far I only performed benchmark results and everything looks great. You can see my results here: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/21614652 My HDD isn't being tested for some reason, I don't know what that error message means, still looking it up. I'll try to test it individually with a different software.

Other benchmarks: Cinebench r15: single core - 202(213 avg avg cgdirector.com) multicore - 3166/3121(3168 avg cgdirector.com)

Cinebench r20: single core - 508(511 avg cgdirector.com) multi core - 7171(7100 avg cgdirector.com)

Octanebench: 604.79/607.13(588 avg cgdirector.com/590avg OTOY website)

Temperatures while using Octane Bench for both GPUs are around 75-80 degrees celsius(175f) and around 75c for the CPU.

I will post updates as soon as I do some real world testing.

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Comments

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Very good choice on the Dark Rock Pro 4, as it is better suited to the higher thermal density of these 7nm chips.

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! I actually chose the Noctua nh-d15 but it was out of stock. This one looks fantastic nonetheless.

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

The only thing I forgot to mention is how LOUD these GPUs are at full power.

Seriously it's like a server room. Otherwise, the case and fans are as expected very very quiet.

  • 2 months ago
  • 2 points

That's a reference card for you! I have a Vega 64 that was a reference blower style. It would sound like a screaming banshee! I ended up getting the EKWB Kit. My only regret would be that I should have left my Dark Rock Pro on instead since my CPU temps suffer now being with the card on a 240mm radiator...

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