Question MSI RTX 2070 underperforming in 3D rendering, please help.

Oct 13, 2020
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My rtx 2070 is underperforming severely in 3d rendering not sure what's the reason.
My PC specs: TR 1950x, 32GB Ram 2400 Mhz, Samsung Evo 860. There is no temperature throttle, everything seems fine yet it is underperforming.

average 2070 rtx score for redshift3d rendering is 6.28 mins (https://www.cgdirector.com/redshift-benchmark-results/)

my score is around 9m 26s (attached snapshot)

Also presented MSI Afterburner stats during rendering.


 

Ralston18

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Disk drives: make, model, capacity, how full?

Use Task Manager or Resource Monitor to observe system performance during times of 3D rendering.

(Use both but only one at a time.)

Determine what resources are being used, what is using the resources, and to what extent (%).
 
Oct 13, 2020
2
0
10
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Disk drives: make, model, capacity, how full?

Use Task Manager or Resource Monitor to observe system performance during times of 3D rendering.

(Use both but only one at a time.)

Determine what resources are being used, what is using the resources, and to what extent (%).
256 GB SSD for windows, and redshift benchmark is installed in the same drive. Plenty of space, about 70GB still free. pretty minimal usage of resources during rendering. Samsung 860 evo score: https://prnt.sc/uyo2jq Even though it is under performing slightly, shouldn't make such a big difference in render time.
EDIT: Also using the latest studio driver.
View: https://i.imgur.com/WmyydWj.png
 

Ralston18

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Look at the individual tabs in Resource Monitor.

First while not rendering - look for what processes are running.

(Remember you can sort any column that has a small upward or downward pointing arrow at the top.)

Then start rendering as normal. What processes start running and what resource is being used?

Overall, if nothing is found and performance is, as you say, " everything seems fine " then I would ignore the "Performing below potential" results.

That said, you may have ways to tweak in some improvement. VRAM for example.

https://appuals.com/how-to-increase-a-dedicated-video-ram-vram-on-windows-10/#:~:text=VRAM is a special type of RAM that,it to your monitor in a hasty matter.

https://www.pcpartguide.com/graphics-card-vram/

You can easily find other similar links.

However that (VRAM) is an area/topic (full disclosure) that I have not worked with very often especially in performance/3D rendering.

Will defer to others who have made applicable configuration changes in order to improve rendering performance.
 

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