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V-Ray 5 Benchmark

How fast is your hardware?

See how fast V-Ray 5 renders on your hardware.

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V-Ray®  Benchmark is a free standalone application to test how fast your system renders. It’s simple, fast and includes three render engine tests: 

  • V-Ray — CPU compatible

  • V-Ray GPU CUDA — GPU and CPU compatible

  • V-Ray GPU RTX — RTX GPU compatible

Discover how your computer ranks alongside others and learn how different hardware combinations can boost your rendering speeds.


Get your benchmark results in just one minute.


Easily compare hardware performance with our smart scoring system.


Test any combination of your system’s GPUs, CPUs, or both, and see how they stack up.

What's new?

New features available in V-Ray 5 Benchmark

  • V-Ray 5 performance
    Benchmark your rendering speed with V-Ray 5.

  • New testing mode: V-Ray GPU RTX
    Test the render performance of V-Ray GPU on NVIDIA RTX graphics cards.

  • New test scenes
    Three unique test scenes have been custom-built to put each V-Ray 5 render engine to the test.

  • More detailed CPU results
    Results now give you more information about CPUs like physical count, SMT/Hyper-Threading, overclocking, etc.

  • Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling
    The V-Ray GPU benchmark can now detect if Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is enabled in Windows 10.

  • Integrated Chaos Group Account sign-in
    Sign in to your Chaos Account directly from the benchmark app to share your scores and compare your results with others.

  • Save and share your results
    Save your scores directly in the benchmark app, and share images of your results with the built-in screen capture tool.

  • Simplified UI
    Benchmarking your hardware is easier than ever with the redesigned user interface.

  • Advanced search results
    New search options make it easy to filter the benchmark results by device, number of devices, and SMT/Hyper-Threading settings. You can also toggle the V-Ray GPU CUDA results to show GPU-only scores or ones that use hybrid configurations. 

For more information, visit our help docs >
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