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So here's my frustration.

I have a

Intel 2600K 3.4Ghz OC @ 4.8Ghz
ASRock Z68 Extreme 4 Mobo
16GB 1600mhz DDR3 memory.

When i run MayaBench for rendering, I get this wierd bumpy shit.

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while other softwares (such as the Intel Burn Test)

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are fully capable of putting "the hurt" on my machine.

The biggest problem, is that MayaBench is written in a manner to eat every last gob of horsepower available on a system. what the heck am I doing wrong? Other 2600K processors are able to run 100% with maya.

Using RenderPal software to manage MayaBench operations.

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I would assume this would be a bug in MayaBench. –  Ramhound May 3 '12 at 17:28

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Turns out to be an issue with Maya. Maya has a setting in which it refuses to use more then 25% of our system, unless you specifically tell it otherwise.

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