So I have an 09 cMP that I have flashed and upgraded with dual X5690 CPU's, dual GPU's (AMD 7950 and Nvidia 970) that I intended to use as a workhorse for photogrammetry using photoscan pro. Then I came across a deal I couldn't pass up on a nMP with the 6 core CPU and dual D700's in it. Geek bench has the cMP at 29000 points, and the nMP at 20000 points. The same is true for Luxmark, I didn't write the scores down but the cMP beats it. So I figured as best the nMP would be a close second. Both of these machines have just 16GB of RAM, the same OS, same software version and photo set to work with. My cMP was able to build a Dense Point Cloud in 483 seconds, which seemed fast enough to me. But doing the same workflow in the nMP it only took 291 seconds, despite being about 33% slower in almost all benchmarks. This software uses openCL and all graphics cards are utilized. This was a small test project too, using a larger data set of hundreds of photos the cMP took over 80 hours to complete. I may run a test and see how long the nMP takes on that same data set.