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Topic Closed3d rendering by max and vray

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Helen Ni View Drop Down

Joined: 22.Nov.2011
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Direct Link To This Post Topic: 3d rendering by max and vray
    Posted: 22.Nov.2011 at 08:10
Here I want to share 3d renderings for architecture with you, using 3d max, vray.
Nothing in the world is difficult if you put your heart into it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28.Nov.2011 at 06:56
very nice !!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29.Nov.2011 at 07:08

I just finished building an i7-950 system for 3ds Max 2011. The person I built it for does not use Vray. It works, very, very well for 3ds Max. However, WITHOUT Vray, the renering time is totally dependent on CPU power, so I would have to think that a Sandy Bridge system would be even better (faster rendering times). 

However, if you are using Vray for all your rendering, then I don't think it is so important. I don't know about Vray, but I know that Octane Render can use several Nvidia GTX cards together. If Vray is similar, then I would think the most important thing for you would be a Motherboard that can support several video cards. 

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