OctaneBench® 4.00 - 1x GTX 650 Ti BOOST 3 results
Low OctaneBench Score
This card's average OctaneBench score is below what is required for good render performance. (45). #1
|GTX 650 Ti BOOST||1||3.0||✔||✔||✔|
|Total Score #2||21.45|
|Interior (by Julia Lynen)||Info Channels||9.78||19|
|Interior (by Julia Lynen)||Direct Lighting||4.53||25|
|Interior (by Julia Lynen)||Path Tracing||1.87||22|
| Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)||Info Channels||13.19||15|
| Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)||Direct Lighting||4.93||23|
| Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)||Path Tracing||4.62||24|
|ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)||Info Channels||5.39||17|
|ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)||Direct Lighting||2.84||19|
|ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)||Path Tracing||2.37||18|
| Box (by Enrico Cerica)||Info Channels||11.28||17|
| Box (by Enrico Cerica)||Direct Lighting||2.83||20|
| Box (by Enrico Cerica)||Path Tracing||3.14||23|
These values are calculated from the averages of all submissions and may not be representative of actual performance.
- #1 What score is recommended for Octane?
This depends on your scene complexity and time-frame, but we recommended a score no lower than 45 for good render performance.
Please note that cards must have a score of 20 or higher to meet Octane's minimal performance requirements.
While cards below this level may still be compatible, Octane's performance will be significantly impacted.
- #2 What does the score value mean?
The score is calculated from the measured speed (Ms/s or mega samples per second), relative to the speed we measured for a GTX 980.
If the score is under 100, the GPU(s) is/are slower than the GTX 980 we used as reference, and if it's more the GPU(s) is/are faster.
- #3 What does the weight value mean?
The weight determines how each kernel's score affects the final score, and kernels that have higher usage are weighted higher.
- #4 What is Ms/s?
Ms/s is mega-samples per second, this value is the average of all the results uploaded to OctaneRender for this/these GPU(s).