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advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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   the other day I  post something about to have a good machine to work with the rendering,I been drawing since 2000 with autocad and using 3dmax, the first thing that I learn was to have a good machine to run what Im working, I dont understang how you or some people work with a poor machine to do this king of work, so the experience teach the teacher ( that is a same) I advise  that before you (people) work with rendering look for some of king of help and most the situations are resolve, when that part is over then you will have a good rendering with accurender....... remenber you wont run in nascar with the car you have now so upgrade your car and see the diferent..!!!  it work for me.. accurender is the best rendering I ever use, very good software.Feel free  to get a good machine, ask around to anybody that knows about upgrade your machine..... also remeber theres people that build that kind of PC.

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Norton, will you tell us what is yours?

The answer to the question "what machine" or "what is the best machine" for Accurender isn't hard to give. Generally, the faster machine you have, the sooner you'll get cleaner renders. But, there is always a "but" on this. If you can afford spending a lot on powerful workstation, it's OK, you'll probably get your investment back soon, having done many renderings in shorter time. But when you do only a few renderings per month or even less, you will probably need to put on account the cost/efficiency ratio. Why should I have a Lamborghini or Veyron just locked in my garage if I couldn't run it fast on the roads? Just for dusting and polishing it? Don't forget, that there are lot of "fast enough cars" costing just a fragment of that Lambo, capable to do literally the same job (offering really fast ride), making that cost/efficiency ratio reasonable. My experience? I always build my computers myself, selecting carefully parts that will fit into the budget, offering the best c/e ratio. That way I have my computer fast enough for my ordinary workload. That is furthermore confirmed by the fact I actually didn't make any hardware upgrade for more than 3 years now (except the graphics card, which is used extensively by other software though) being satisfied with its overall speed for 99.99% of tasks it does. And, of course, do not forget another significant fact: any super fast, top-notched, on-the-edge-of-technology machine will probably cost 30 to 50% less after one year, making it rather "no return investment". On the other hand, when rendering is the 90% of your work, or even when you do animations, you will probably need to get Bugatti or even whole fleet of Veyrons! :D

Absolutely right.

We only invested in a Render Farm when we realized that our old system was going to take 3 months continuous rendering to achieve what we wanted.

The advantage with a Render Farm is that you can start small and add to it bit by bit as the budget allows. It also means that you can continue working on your local machine while the rendering takes place elsewhere, so it doesn't slow you down.

George - you are reading in my mind. You are 110% right!

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