I have no clue where I should be posting this question, so I hope I’m not too far off the mark here.
I run a tech-based website which publishes a lot of workstation (and gaming) performance results. I’ve tested with Blender for some time, but have wanted to amp up the suite for 2.8. I have CPU, GPU, and hybrid Cycles rendering tests planned, as well as viewport performance (in wired, solid, and LookDev). I also have an Eevee rendering project, but I am still evaluating if it’s realistic to test with (it’s fast to the point where I am not sure useful scaling will be seen - a good thing, really).
Am I safe to get to testing, or should I keep things simple for the current time? I can’t tell if 2.8 final is right around the corner, or months off.
Side question with the viewport: is it Eevee by default, or is the viewport in 2.8 similar to the one in Blender? Which I assume would have been Cycles - or is that separate? I’ve had a hard time wrapping my head around this.
Thanks in advance for any help!