MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor 8G review

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GPGPU: V-RAY - Indigo GPU benchmark

GPGPU: V-RAY rendering

With VRAY we can measure with a benchmark two test scenes over GPGPU or GPU acceleration, one for GPUs and another for CPUs, depending on the processor or GPU (OpenCL/CUDA) type you’d like to measure. The way this works is simple, the software will choose the fastest GPGPU API. If there is a CUDA GPU in use then it uses the GPU CUDA pathway. If there is no CUDA enabled device then it reverts to OpenCL (AMD). There is no manual switch that allows us to enforce say OpenCL only. 

You will notice that the RTX 2070 is faster than the RTX 2080, we measured this on different platforms as well as retesting all cards. The test results are valid.


GPGPU: Indigo rendering

Indigo Bench renders two different high-resolution images, one displaying a bedroom, and the other, a super car (which we use as benchmark). As a standalone benchmarking tool for processors and GPUs Indigo Bench can act as a measurement tool for the performance of modern graphics cards and processors. It is compatible with the hardware of well-known manufacturers, including NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel.


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