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Octanebench Benchmark Results (Updated Scores)

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Octanebench Benchmark Results (Updated Scores)

OctaneBench is the currently most popular GPU Rendering Benchmark. It scales beautifully across multiple GPUs and has a series of rendering tests built in.

The OctaneBench Benchmark Rendering Results are assigned linearly scaling OctaneBench Points.

It is the popular GPU pendant to the well-known CPU Benchmark Cinebench R15, for which you can check the Results here.

Both benchmarks are crucial in finding the best Hardware for GPU Rendering, and ultimately the best Computer for Rendering.

So let’s take a look at the current OctaneBench Benchmark Results before we get into the specifics further down below:

Octanebench V4.00 Benchmark Results

GPU NameVRAM (GB)OctaneBench ScorePrice $Performance/Dollar
8x RTX 2080 Ti1124419592
8x GTX 1080 Ti1116735600
8x RTX 2070816234000
4x RTX 2080 Ti1111764796
4x RTX 208088743196
4x GTX 1080 Ti118532800
4x RTX 207088032000
2x RTX 2080 Ti115882398
2x RTX 208084411598
2x GTX 1080 Ti114291400
2x RTX 207084091000
Titan V123963000
2x RTX 20606392720
Quadro GV100323599800
RTX Titan243262700
RTX 2080 Ti113041199
Quadro GP100162847000
Titan Xp122501300
RTX 2080 Super8233720
RTX 20808226620
GTX 1080 Ti11222700
RTX 2070 Super8220550
RTX 20708210500
RTX 2060 Super8203420
RTX 2060 (6GB)6170360
Titan X121601200
GTX 980 Ti6156300
GTX 1070 Ti8153450
Quadro M6000241523849
GTX 10808148550
Quadro P5000161451600
GTX 10708133400
GTX 1660 Ti6132280
GTX 780 Ti3117150
GTX 16606117230
Quadro P40008115750
GTX 9804112200
GTX Titan Black6108480
GTX 970495170
GTX 1060 (6GB)688300
GTX 1060 (3GB)387200
GTX 1650478150
GTX 1050 Ti454160
GTX 1050245125
GPU NameVRAM (GB)Octanebench ScorePrice $Performance/Dollar

Some interesting Octanebench Scores findings

Let’s take a look at some of those Octanebench Scores:

What becomes obvious right away, is that the performance and price don’t really seem to correlate all that much.

If you look at the top 4 Results, the GPUs Titan V, RTX 2080Ti, Quadro GV100 and RTX Titan, they all have more or less the same Octanebench Score, but the Price difference is HUGE.

Why is this so?

The main reason is, that the different Graphics Cards are meant for different use cases. An RTX 2080Ti is clearly meant more for Gaming than a Titan V or Tesla P100, and Gaming Cards, for our benefit, just happen to be great for Octane Rendering and score well in the Octane Benchmark.

Also, The Titan V and Quadro Cards have more VRAM, optimized Drivers, 10bit Displaying and lots more.

These Features though do not improve the Octanebench Benchmark Results. The Scenes are fairly small, and the VRAM is not an important aspect in the Benchmark.

Another extremely important thing to note is the GTX 1070 Ti and the GTX 1080 scoring 153 vs. 148 Octane Benchmark Octanebench Points. And this even though the GTX 1080 is 100$ more expensive.

It almost seems as though NVIDIA has not differentiated enough between those two cards.

The new RTX Cards are still somewhat too expensive for the small performance increase they offer.

A 1080Ti you can get for 700$ and it has 11GB of VRAM compared to a similar scoring RTX 2080 with only 8GB of VRAM.

What is Octane Render

Octane is a currently extremely popular GPU Render Engine that is supported by most modern and popular 3D Softwares such as Cinema 4D, 3ds Max, Maya, Revit, Blender, Houdini, Modo and more are being added.

What is Octanebench

Octanebench is the GPU Render Benchmark based off of Octane Render.

It renders several pre-packed scenes on your hardware and assigns OctaneBench Points depending on your overall Rendering Performance.

100 Octanebench Points are equivalent to the speed of an Nvidia GTX 980.

Octanebench Points scale linearly. This means an Nvidia TitanXp with 200 Octanebench Points will render a given Scene twice as fast as an Nvidia GTX 980.

Octane Render supports CUDA GPUs only and no OpenCL meaning it supports NVIDIA GPUs only.

In Octanebench you can select if Octanebench should run the Benchmark on all of your built-in Graphics Cards or only on one or on a number of selected GPUs.

This is great for analyzing your Multi-GPU scaling which should be near 100% effective in Octane Render.

Download Octane Benchmark Octanebench

You can download OctaneBench for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux here.

Other Popular Benchmarks

For testing your GPU Rendering Performance, Octanebench is certainly one of the most popular Benchmarks out there. Another popular GPU Render Engine is Redshift and Vray-RT.

For benching your CPU, you will definitely want to go get Cinebench R15 (Up-to-date Scores here).

It is the most popular CPU Rendering Benchmark. It can bench your CPU on Multiple Cores or Single Cores.

This is great for finding CPUs that are snappy for actively working on the computer as well as finding the best CPUs for Rendering.

What GPU to get for Octane

Now, there are certainly lots of extremely fast GPUs that can get you a very high Octanebench Score. These GPUs though usually come at a huge performance premium, price-wise.

If you would like to find the best GPU for the money, I wrote an in-depth article on finding the best budget hardware for GPU Rendering here.

To summarize that article, the NVIDIA GTX 1070 with 8GB of VRAM has the lead in most GPU Render benchmarks when you are looking for best performance per dollar.

What Graphics Card do you want to buy?

Alex from CGDirector - post author

Hi, I'm Alex, a Freelance 3D Generalist, Motion Designer and Compositor.

I've built a multitude of Computers, Workstations and Renderfarms and love to optimize them as much as possible.

Feel free to comment and ask for suggestions on your PC-Build or 3D-related Problem, I'll do my best to help out!



Just ran the benchmark and happy to report that despite my 3970x having a relatively disappointing viewport score, my 2x RTX 2080Tis performed well at a score of 623.24.

Theyre 2x Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme Waterforces, but itching to add a 3rd and 4th soon since rendering animations is still an overnight ordeal typically :/ Im running out of room for more radiators (CPU is also AIO cooled) so might have to mix in a blower GPU as my 3rd and 4th. As long as theyre RTX 2080Tis theres no issues with mixng manufacturers right?


And with that, if I were to get a faster card like a titan or quadro, will different arrangements of PCI slots matter, just the same if I throw it in 3rd?

I have the Aorus TRX40 Xtreme MB, I think it has same lanes across them but will need to double check.

Joey Curry

Hey Alex,
I am in the process of adding some more render power to my computer and have a couple of questions. Can you mix up the kinds of gpu’s or do they all need to be the same kind? Like two 2080ti’s and two external 1080ti’s on one computer? My current configuration is using two 1080ti’s. I was considering replacing them with two 2080ti’s and placing my existing two 1080ti’s in an external housing connected via USB 3. Do you know if these will all work together and would I still be able to take advantage of the RTX acceleration? Or will the mixture of different gpu’s disable this feature?

Sean Sullivan

Hey Alex!! I’ve already been posting on another page on your great site here, figured I’d come join another thread. oops, maybe it’s all the same one. lol
Anyways, a couple of questions here for you again…. on these octane bench marks…
Seems like even though the GTX series came out more recently than the RTX ones, the RTX ones out perform the newer GTX ones? is that so? Strange if thats the case. Also, I saw a video on yt about how the GTX series was kinda not that big of a difference and even made the case that it was kinda a rip off when comparing them to the RTX’s. Seems like the octane benchmarks support this case.

Also, what kind of case and mother board supports 8 cards and can you do that? Or, is it just a simulation for the benchmarks.. as if you had 8x RTX 2080 Ti??
I’m hoping that’s a possibility, I’d love to see how fast a stack of 8 GPU’s would perform!

Next build I’m going for the best price per dollar performing card i can get!


I am running octane with one Nvidia Gtx 1070, I’m wondering if i can add another 1070? New to computers/hardware compatibility. Please let me know!

Scott Gammans

Hi Alex,

Any experience with EVGA cards? GTX 1080 Ti’s are rarer than hen’s teeth but I’ve got a new EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti on order and was wondering if you had thoughts…



Do you know where I can get Multi-Gpu benchmarks for Octane like you have with with Redshift?

Great work on the site!


Thank you so much, I use Iray in Daz Studio, and I had been looking for something like this for ages: very well done!!! 😀