Redshift Benchmark results are not easy to find, that is why I compiled a list for everyone to take a look at. I myself use Redshift for Rendering Projects on a daily basis, and recently purchased a new Rendernode with lots of GPUs.
When you build a new PC or Rendernode for Rendering, there is no way around digging deep into benchmarks.
Here they are:
Redshift Benchmark Results
|8x GTX 1080Ti 11GB||Windows||32 threads, 2.1GHz||01.57|
|8x GTX 1080 8GB||Windows||40 threads, 2.2GHz||02.26|
|4x GTX 1080Ti 11GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.6GHz||03.07|
|4x GTX 1080Ti 11GB||Windows||36 threads, 2.35GHz||03.21|
|4x GTX 1080Ti 11GB||Windows||32 threads, 2.1GHz||03.25|
|4x GTX TITANX 12GB||Linux||12 threads, 4.1GHz||03.36|
|4x GTX 1070 8GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||04.15|
|2x Quadro GP100 16GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||04.25|
|4x GTX TITAN X 12 GB||Windows||16 threads, 4.3GHz||04.28|
|4x GTX 980 Ti 6GB||Windows||56 threads, 2.3GHz||04.48|
|2x Quadro GP100 16GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||05.04|
|2x Quadro P6000 24GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||05.55|
|2x GTX 1080 Ti 11GB||Windows||16 threads, 2.99GHz||06.15|
|2x TITAN Xp 12GB||Linux||16 threads, 3.2GHz||06.16|
|2x Quadro P6000 24GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||06.28|
|2x GTX 1080 Ti 11GB||MacOS||8 threads, 4.00GHz||06.30|
|2x GTX 1080 8GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.29Hz||07.26|
|2x GTX 980Ti 6GB||Windows||20 threads, 4.3GHz||07.35|
|2x GTX 1070 8GB||Linux||12 threads, 3.79GHz||07.39|
|2x GTX 1070 8GB||Windows||8 threads, 4.0GHz||08.06|
|RTX 2080 Ti 11GB||Windows||36 Threads, 2.6GHz||08.38|
|Quadro GP100 16GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||08.43|
|Quadro GP100 16GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||09.57|
|GTX TITANX Pascal 12GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||10.54|
|RTX 2080 8GB||Windows||36 Threads, 2.6GHz||10.59|
|2x GTX 1060 6GB||Windows||32 threads, 2.6GHz||11.07|
|Quadro P6000 24GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||11.31|
|RTX 2070 8GB||Windows||6 threads, 3.6GHz||11.35|
|GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.4GHz||11.44|
|GTX TITANX Pascal 12GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||11.59|
|Quadro P6000 24GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||12.30|
|GTX TITAN X 12 GB||Linux||12 threads, 3.78GHz||14.07|
|Quadro M6000 12GB||Linux||12 threads, 3.5GHz||14.23|
|GTX TITANX 12GB||MacOS||12 threads, 3.5GHz||14.25|
|Quadro M6000 24GB TCC||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||14.33|
|GTX 1070 8GB||Linux||12 threads, 3.8GHz||15.05|
|GTX TITANX 12GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||15.40|
|Quadro M6000 24GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||15.42|
|GTX 1080 8GB||MacOS||8 threads, 2.9GHz||16.00|
|GTX 1070 8GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||17.11|
|GTX 980 4GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.5GHz||23.21|
|GTX 780Ti 3GB||Windows||12 threads, 3.4GHz||25.58|
|GTX 970 4GB||MacOS||12 threads, 3.5GHz||27.22|
|GTX 780 3GB||Windows||8 threads, 2.81GHz||31.05|
|GTX 960 2GB||Windows||4 threads, 2.68GHz||44.56|
Some interesting findings are, that Different OS’s have an impact on rendering performance.
Linux for example seems to be doing somewhat better than Windows. These benchmarks are also great in analyzing what CPU is best for GPU Rendering in Redshift and how low the Clock Speed can go before major performance impact is inevitable.
Multi-GPU Scaling seems to work quite well in Redshift, though with those 1-2 minute Results the benchmark probably is just too short to make good use of all that power.
This list is also available on the Redshift Forums, where I took it from, so head on over if you have an account and get a good talk with all of the great Users.
If you are thinking about getting a new GPU Rendering Computer altogether, be sure to check out this article on what hardware to get for the best GPU Rendering Workstation.
Missing any GPU Benchmark Results or having trouble with one of your builds? Let me know in the comments.