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Tom Sefton
Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 8, 2020 at 2:23:00 pm

https://barefeats.com/mac-pro-2019-8k-deliver.html

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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 8, 2020 at 5:06:52 pm

"Though the dual Radeon VIIs (along with the Pro Vega II Duo) was the fastest setup, the VII fans go crazy if you put the Mac Pro to sleep. But sleep is overrated. We've got work to do."


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Tom Sefton
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 8, 2020 at 7:33:19 pm

I like this sentence. I need more sleep.

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Eric Santiago
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 9, 2020 at 2:28:28 pm

I have to do a quick case study on the advantages between the 2013 Mac Pro D700s vs 2019.
Basically a simple document for the upper foreheads to read.
Have to justify replacing two D700s/64GB RAM.
Typical corporate/government dribble.
Any decent articles out there?
I sent links to the fan sites, but not sure if any of that will fly.


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Tom Sefton
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 9, 2020 at 7:06:28 pm

This article? If it’s 5x faster than a top spec iMac Pro it’s going to be many moons better than a 2013 with red footage. Plus it’s all upgradeable

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Erik Lindahl
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 9, 2020 at 8:03:54 pm

I’ve been looking for similar tests. A lot of people compare the Mac Pro 2019 to Frankenstein 2012 versions. What I’ve gathered with a simple Resolve test is:

MP 2013 12 Core, D700s, 128GB vs Mac Pro 2019 16 Core, Vega II Duo, 96 GB.

66 Blur Nodes
6fps vs 36fps (6X)

6 TNR Nodes
4fps vs 28fps (7X)

On top of the above you’ll have a very hard time with 4-8K material on the 2013 Machine, as in it might not even render.

For storage, the 2019 machine could have NVMe drives pulling 8GB /s or roughly 2.5 GB/s over TB3.

The 2013 machine would on a good day hold 1GB / s. The new machine would easily hold 2-8X the speed here.


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Joe Marler
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 9, 2020 at 9:10:53 pm

[Eric Santiago] "I have to do a quick case study on the advantages between the 2013 Mac Pro D700s vs 2019."

Any new Mac will be vastly faster at H.264/HEVC codecs, since the 2013 trash can doesn't have hardware acceleration. Those aren't editing codecs but you often must handle those for ingest.

The GPU horsepower of the new Mac Pro isn't just for VFX work. If your workflow involves GPU-intensive plugins like Neat Video (or similar Resolve tasks), it can make a big difference.


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Erik Lindahl
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 10, 2020 at 12:02:34 am

Also very true.


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Oliver Peters
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 15, 2020 at 2:40:01 pm

Max's thoughts 3 weeks later







- Oliver

Oliver Peters - oliverpeters.com


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Eric Santiago
Re: Mac Pro 2019 Benchmarks
on Jan 15, 2020 at 3:55:36 pm

Very informative, thanks!


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