The SPECapc for Maya 2023 benchmark consists of 47 tests using eleven different models and animations. It includes eight different graphics tests in various modes and five different CPU tests. The graphics-oriented tests use six different Maya view settings -- Shaded, Shaded SSAO, wireframe on shading, wireframe on shaded SSAO, textured, and textured SSAO. Various tests measure both animation and 3D model rotation performance. Five CPU tests within the benchmark perform CPU ray tracing and evaluation caching in various modes.
The benchmark features the following 11 models, with the largest containing 7.8 million triangles:
“Workstation hardware performance is at unprecedented levels right now,” said Trey Morton, SPEC Application Performance Characterization Committee Chair. “We look forward to customers using the SPECapc for Maya 2023 benchmark to find the right configuration for their needs.”
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The SPECapc for Maya 2023 benchmark is available as a free download to everyone except vendors of computers and related products and services that are not members of the SPEC Graphics and Workstation Performance Group (SPEC/GWPG). Non-member computer product and service vendors can purchase the benchmark for $2,500. SPEC/GWPG members include AMD, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Intel, Lenovo and Nvidia.
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