OctaneBench® 4.00 - 2x RTX 2060 SUPER     16 results

Maximum 453.55 Average 409.43
Minimum 372.01 Median 453.55

GPU Model No. GPUs Compute
OctaneRender Support
v4 v3 v2
RTX 2060 SUPER2????

Kernel Score #2 Weight #3 Sub-total
Info Channels4350.1043.54
Direct Lighting4140.40165.41
Path Tracing4010.50200.47
Total Score #2409.43
Scene Kernel Ms/s #4 Score #2
Interior (by Julia Lynen)Info Channels254.42494
Interior (by Julia Lynen)Direct Lighting86.33485
Interior (by Julia Lynen)Path Tracing36.85431
Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)Info Channels279.55325
Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)Direct Lighting80.00380
Idea (by Julio Cayetaño)Path Tracing71.12367
ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)Info Channels158.52505
ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)Direct Lighting60.20396
ATV (by Jürgen Aleksejev)Path Tracing50.59392
Box (by Enrico Cerica)Info Channels274.70418
Box (by Enrico Cerica)Direct Lighting54.43393
Box (by Enrico Cerica)Path Tracing55.64414
These values are calculated from the averages of all submissions and may not be representative of actual performance.

Score Distribution


#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).