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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Jamo View Post
    I don't even have cards myself... we are flat out making stuff...
    Thats awesome. Im hoping to have RemisCS build our next machines with AMD chips, given the performance increase. Then again, i guess itll be a year, until parts are available. LMAO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    Thats awesome. Im hoping to have RemisCS build our next machines with AMD chips, given the performance increase. Then again, i guess itll be a year, until parts are available. LMAO.
    There will be a lot more availability I think, hence we want RFO to test on our new chips, we did some work with Autodesk as well. Do you know when we can get the 2022 version?

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    ASUS Z390m-a  I5-9600K 5.00ghz 32 GB KLEVV BUS3200 
    RVT 2021 - Full_Simplified set - 2021.04.15 @ 11.04.56 on DESKTOP-8HTHSTG.txt
        RFO Benchmark v3.3 (build 30.07.2020)
        RevitForum.org
    
    All times are in seconds, lower is better.
    
    
    Run on Revit 2021 FCS
    
    _________________________________________________________________
    Model creation benchmark
        4.24   opening and loading the custom template
        9.75   creating the floors levels and grids
       15.80   creating a group of walls and doors
       27.06   modifying the group by adding a curtain wall
        9.07   creating the exterior curtain wall
        6.66   creating the sections
        3.26   changing the curtain wall panel type
        9.64   creating area plans
        1.35   creating and applying view template
       86.83   TOTAL
    
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    Graphics
        4.80   activate View Styles view
        1.09   change view to Wireframe
        0.07   change view to Hidden
        0.31   change view to Shaded
        0.33   change view to Consistent Colors
        0.32   change view to Realistic
        0.75   refresh Wireframe Line view x10
        3.26   refresh Hidden Line view x10
        3.48   refresh Shaded view x10
        3.27   refresh Consistent Colors view x10
        5.78   refresh Realistic view x10
        0.29   activate View Cube view
        2.29   rotate view x1
       26.04   TOTAL
    
    Notes:
        Graphics benchmark measures the entire graphics stack, which includes CPU and memory.
        To meaningfully compare graphics cards, test all cards in the same machine
        and use the 'Graphics - expanded' benchmark.
    
    
    
    
    TEST CONDITIONS:
    _______________________________________________________
    Mfr:   System manufacturer
    Model: System Product Name
    OS:    Microsoft Windows 10 Home Single Language 64-bit (build 2009)
    
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    CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz
    Max Clock Speed: 3.701Ghz
    Physical Processors: 6
    Logical Processors: 6
    
    Total Physical Memory: 32GB
    BANK 0: 16GB @ 3200Mhz
    BANK 2: 16GB @ 3200Mhz
    
    _______________________________________________________
    Graphics Card: Radeon RX 580 Series
    Graphics RAM: 3.9990234375GB
    Driver version: 27.20.1034.6
    Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 x bit @ 59Hz (max 60Hz)
    
    DPI Scaling: 100%
    
    _______________________________________________________
    Drive Type: Local Disk (NTFS)
    Drive Model: WDS500G3X0C-00SJG0
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    Got an email from cloudalize cloud platforms that their revit+lumion servers are so very fast and they tested it with RFO 2021.
    So here are their benchmark numbers....
    https://www.cloudalize.com/docs/perf...utodesk-revit/
    This is really bad for these very expensive servers??

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    I do wonder what the CPU on all those tests are because for normal every day work you don't really need a bad ass GPU but just the speed of the CPU and my guess is that the one with the RTX A6000 is also the one with the fastest CPU and you pay for both where usually you only want the CPU speed.

    But 114 is not to bad at all. Last test I did on a VDI had a score of 117.
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    VDI servers dont run overclocked high speed single core CPU's, as a lot of us do for Desktops. Thats the one achilles heal, when comparing VDI to custom desktop builds. But thats not why you buy or lease VDI, either.

    Ive seen a VDI server get in to the high 90's, but 115 isnt bad, considering they are all on Xeon processors (they basically have to be). Its not *amazing* but its decent, for what the gear is.

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    I know and indeed 114 is pretty nice for what it is, but it would be nice to know at what speed they are running.
    If I remember correctly that 117 I tested was running at 3.4Ghz so I'm guessing that 114 runs on the same speed.

    But what I actually was interested in is if they also have a VDI that runs basic graphics and higher speeds CPU. From the benchmarks results they show on their site the Model Creation numbers go down when the GPU stats go up, which makes me think that the higher CPU stats are also linked to higher GPU stats and it would be nice to be able to have those separated. So a low level M60 GPU and whatever CPU they run for the results of the A6000 because most of the time I'm not gonna need that GPU power, but I do need that CPU power all the time.

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    @twiceroadsfool - What is the density of the racks running in the 90's, i.e. how many users per rack and what processors are they using. We have built a few racks for clients, but they are not the traditional racks people think of when they think of VDI. The cost is close to the same, if not more expensive than designated systems running remote. We have had more users asking for 1U & 2U versions of our desktops with 10GB LAN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIMbox View Post
    @twiceroadsfool - What is the density of the racks running in the 90's, i.e. how many users per rack and what processors are they using. We have built a few racks for clients, but they are not the traditional racks people think of when they think of VDI. The cost is close to the same, if not more expensive than designated systems running remote. We have had more users asking for 1U & 2U versions of our desktops with 10GB LAN.
    With respect, im not going to get in to a faux-debate-Marketing-exercise on RFO about it, because the people who are looking at VDI correctly, arent doing so because of *cost.* We have had this conversation before, and you know this. People who are looking at "VDI" solely based on the "cost per seat" are idiots, and i dont bother trying to talk sense in to them.

    "Cost of the system" isnt the only consideration. Access, ease of maintenance/patching/security/updating, stability, disparate locations from file storage, etc, are all reasons that using VDI makes sense for some organizations, regardless of the fact that it doesnt perform as well as custom desktops or laptops.

    And to be clear: What i call "VDI" is not simple a machine sitting in a server rack, its a pool of virtual desktops provisioned and accessed on the fly, WITHOUT users being persistent on one dedicated VM/Instance/Box. If you are doing persistence, or dedicated session/vm/machine-per-user, at that point youve killed all (or most) of the real benefits of VDI, and (at that point) all you have is computers sitting in a closet, instead of on a desk. That isnt the goal, for real VDI.

    But since you asked: 12-20 people per 2U chassis, depending on specs.

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    Hello,

    I used yesterday "Full Standard Set" and "Graphic Acceleration Set" (RVT2018) and "Full Simplified Set" and "Graphic Acceleration Set" (RVT2021) on 3 different 3D laptops.

    DELL Precision 7520 (Intel Core i7-7820HQ @ 2.90GHz), NVIDIA Quadro M1200 (4 GB)
    DELL Precision 7530 (Intel Core i7-8850H @ 2.60GHz), NVIDIA Quadro P3200 (4 GB)
    DELL Precision 7550 (Intel Core i7-10850H @ 2.70GHz), NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 (4 GB)

    The second performed more then 20% compare to the first.
    The third performed more then 30% compare to the first.

    But I read a strange information and this is MY QUESTION:

    Why the RVT2018 report indicates the test condition was made with these Graphic Cards (Intel and NVIDIA) but for RVT2021 only with "Intel"???


    Is it to Revit 2021 (2021.1.2) works only with the Intel card?

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