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  • max/v-ray on laptop/notebook

    Looking for real world feedback on if anyone is using max and v-ray on a laptop and if so what brand/model and how well does it run? Like can you render on it for a hour or two without it melting down.

    -dave
    Cheers,
    -dave
    ■ Win10 Pro 64 ■ 3dsmax 2018 ■ V-Ray 3.X ■ ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E ■ G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 ■ AMD Threadripper™ 1920X ■ Samsung 960 PRO NVMe ■ ASUS STRIX GTX980 ■ NZXT Kraken X62 v2 CPU Cooler

    ■ Win10 Pro 64 ■ 3dsmax 2018 ■ V-Ray 3.X ■ GIGABYTE AORUS X399 ■ G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 ■ AMD Threadripper™ 1950X ■ Samsung 960 PRO NVMe ■ ASUS STRIX GTX1080Ti ■ NZXT Kraken X62 v2 CPU Cooler

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    I use my Pixelbool all the time, using ChromeRemote Desktop. I know it isn't what you mean, but there really isn't a difference if you have a good internet connection. Someday, we will all be accessing our models from the cloud working from a dumb terminal.
    Bobby Parker
    www.bobby-parker.com
    e-mail: info@bobby-parker.com
    phone: 2188206812

    My current hardware setup: Dell Precision T7910 36-Core Dual E5-2696 v3 Max 3.8GHz 128GB RAM - EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti 11GB

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    • #3
      like back in the good old days of mainframes and terminals. To be honest i hope not, too much reliance on big corporations who dont necessarily resolve problems as fast as they should.

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