3ds max and Cinema4D
To test the processors performance during final rendering we used the new sixth version of 3ds max package. Moreover, we measured not only a single frame rendering speed, but also the animation rendering speed with the simultaneous saving of the avi-file. The two diagrams below show the performance of the CPUs in second, therefore the lower is the value, the faster the CPU actually is.
Note that the higher working frequency of the new Athlon 64 FX-53 helps this CPU a lot in 3ds max tests. Although the absence of Hyper-Threading support by Athlon 64 processors, doesn’t allow us to call them suitable for systems used for final rendering needs. The results obtained in Cinema4D prove this point once again.
However, the processing of OpenGL context in professional applications is an indisputable success of the new Athlon 64 FX-53, as it managed to even outperform Pentium 4 XE 3.4GHz.