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    #21

    Hi

    Picking up this due I just bought a GTX 480 card and felt really dissapionted about the performance in 3ds max so I had to test this and see how it did, and yes, it's really bad... I hate Nvidia right now, my old 8800GTX did much better in viewports than this card...

    TIME: 1,39 (99 secs)
    Video CARD: Asus Nvidia GTX 480
    CPU: Intel i7 930
    SO: Win 7 Ultimate x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2011 Design x64
    System Driver: 258.69
    Max Driver: Direct 3D
    Screen Resolution: 1900x1200
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 @ 1333mhz
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    #22

    for iceman

    Hellow iceman32

    Right now I have configurating a PC for 3D and looking for spend wise my money. So looking into forums about GTX 480 and MAX performance and find that you have problems with this card. I have been following you from differents forums (this, nvidia (with other nickname as i remember, cgtalk...) with the same problem and anybody giveyou a fair soluction.

    My question is:

    Did you solve the problem ?, are the drivers that someone giveyou get your performance boost ?

    Because I don´t wanna have this same problem I give you my email: a t d 3 d@ y a h o o (.) c o m to make contact with me and tell me for someone else don´t make a same mistake than you.

    Could be the mark I means "Asus" ??, is you search on the internet you are the only one with this performance problem, as long as I´m looking for

    PD:Sorry my poor english.
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    #23

    Time: 2mins
    Graphic card: Nvidia Geforce GT230 1.5GB
    CPU: i5 750
    OS: Win7 32bit
    MAX version: 2009
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    #24

    By far,the slowest :)))

    TIME:3.08 min(188 sec)
    Video CARD: NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 1024 MB
    CPU:Intel Pentium 4 3.00 GHz HyperThreading
    SO:Win XP SP2
    MAX Version:Max2011
    System Driver:nv4_disp (6.14.11.9713 - nVIDIA Detonator 97.13)
    Max Driverirect3D9.0
    Screen Resolution: 1280x1024
    RAM:2 GB
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    #25

    TIME: 67 secs
    Video CARD: Gigabyte HD4850
    CPU: AMD 1055T@3.5ghz
    SO: Win 7 Ultimate x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2011 x64
    System Driver: Catalyst 10.12
    Max Driver: Direct 3D
    Screen Resolution: 1680*1050
    RAM: 4GB(2*2gb) DDR2 @ 1000mhz
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    #26

    TIME: 74 secs
    Video CARD: 460 gtx 2gb
    CPU: i7 920@3,8 ghz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2011 x64
    System Driver: 258.96
    Max Driver: Direct 3D
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 @ 1500mhz
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    #27

    TIME: 33 secs
    Video CARD: GF gtx 460 1Gb
    CPU: i7 950@3,06 GHz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 2012
    System Driver: 270.61
    Max Driver: Direct 3D
    Screen Resolution: 1600x1200
    RAM: 12Gb DDR3 @ 1333mhz
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    #28

    TIME: 33 secs
    Video CARD: 460 gtx 2gb
    CPU: i7 920@3,8 ghz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver: 270.61
    Max Driver: Nitrous
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 @ 1500mhz
  9. Join Date
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    #29

    oh! just reloaded max and now results are:

    TIME: 27 secs
    Video CARD: 460 gtx 2gb
    CPU: i7 920@3,8 ghz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver: 270.61
    Max Driver: Nitrous
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 @ 1500mhz
    Progressive Dislpay: off

    TIME: 21 secs
    Video CARD: 460 gtx 2gb
    CPU: i7 920@3,8 ghz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver: 270.61
    Max Driver: Nitrous
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 12GB DDR3 @ 1500mhz
    Progressive Dislpay: on
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    #30

    What is Progressive Display?

    this my test

    TIME: 56 secs
    Video CARD: quadro fx 570
    CPU: q6600@3.00
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2009 x64
    System Driver:
    Max Driver: performance
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 8GB DDR2

    TIME: 80 secs
    Video CARD: quadro fx 570
    CPU: q6600@3.00
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver:
    Max Driver: nitruos
    Screen Resolution: 1920*1200
    RAM: 8GB DDR2
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    #31

    TIME: 27 secs
    Video CARD: HD6950
    CPU: i7 2600K @4.5 ghz
    SO: Win 7 ultimate x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver: Catalyst 11.12 (8.920)
    Max Driver: Nitrous
    Screen Resolution: 1680*1050
    RAM: 8GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz

    http://www.evermotion.org/vbulletin/...1&d=1325522707
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    #32

    This whole graphic cards world is some kind of joke..
    Some of You are getting twice worse results on Quadro than me on this old crappy card. What's going on here? Different 3d studio versions seem to work as they want with different cards, and it looks like there're no rules which of them are better/worse for displaying 3d in viewports..

    TIME: 44sec
    Video CARD: sapphire passive 4670
    CPU: core quad phenom 2 945
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2012 x64
    System Driver: Nitrous
    Screen Resolution: 1600x1050
    RAM: 8GB DDR2

    p.s.

    I didn't even remeber that I already posted here once, while I was using xp.
    So here You go guys (I post it again), to compare xp with win 7 and max 9 and 2012

    TIME: 105 sec
    Video CARD: sapphire ATI 4670 Ultimate Passive 512 MB
    CPU: intel core 2 quad phenom 945 3ghz
    SO: xp x32
    MAX Version: 3ds max 9
    System Driver: Catalyst 9.8
    Max Driver: directx 9.0
    Screen Resolution: 1680x1050
    RAM: 3,2gb (4gb, but xp doesn't support more than 3,2)

    crap...
    it's not the graphics but the software we're using...
    Last edited by karol; 2012-11-16 at 11:37 PM.
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    #33

    So guys, the next interesting thing.
    I've just downloaded trial 2013 and start the animation:

    The time is.......1min 33sec.

    Can anyone possibly explain how the hell it's possible ?
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    #34

    Anyone with GeForce GTX660 and MAX 2012/13, for this test?
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    #35

    Hi, I didn't write at Evermotion for a Long Time.
    It seems the new way to go is Nitrus Driver.
    And It Seems gtx460 did a very well job on Nitrus Driver. 4 times better to 9600gt.

    I might conclude that gtx560, gtx660, might do a very good job too.

    Or 760 vs 780. There's 200 dollars difference on those boards.
    760 u$s 300, 780 u$s 500, And I don't really think you will get a 50% 3DStudio Max Viewport improvement if you buy 780 instead of 760. so I'll stay with the 60'

    Soon, I'll buy maybe gtx560 or gtx660. And I will upload a new test.

    Something else we all learn is 3DStudioMax doesn't work very well on Quadro Video Cards. So don't spend any cent on them.

    Keep in Touch.
    Tricota
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    #36

    Time 17.8 seg
    Video Card_: Quadro FX 3800
    CPU: i7 2.66Ghz
    SO: Win 7 pro x64
    MAX Version: 3ds max 2010 x64
    System Driver: Vray 2.40.04
    Screen Resolution: 1600x1050
    RAM: 12GB DDR3
    Last edited by zorro; 2013-07-30 at 06:06 AM.
  17. Join Date
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    #37

    Time: 90sec
    VideoCard: MSI 560GTX
    CPU: I5 3.0ghz
    OS: Seven 64bit Ultimate
    MAX Version: MAX 2013 Design 64
    System Driver: Nvidia 9.18.13.1422
    MAX Driver: Nitrus
    Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
    RAM: 8GB
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    #38

    any chance to get working download link again?
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