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Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 8:55:27 AM | render and quality of computer

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Hi

I have  XPS Dell laptop -windows 7 and I run revit 2012 on  it

processor intell core i 7 cpu

installed memory 4 gig

system type 64 bit

Nvidia Geforce GT 425M

So  please help to to know about if my computer is good for rendering or not, my render are really slowly anf i dont figur out why???? when i decrease the crop size in to 2" width and set dpi in 75 and check all my artificial ligh my render takes 2-3 hours, even if i want to render in medium  it goes for 20 hours !!!!and even 60 hours for high quality !!! please help me

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Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 1:22:34 PM | render and quality of computer

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This depends on how weighed down our project is with families, lightes etc.  If you are trying to do a rendering of only one room of a 100,000sf building and you are using artificial lighting you need to turn off all of the lights except for the ones in the room otherwise it will try to render ALL of the lights in the building.  Here is a link I found that may be useful.

 

http://cad-vs-bim.blogspot.com/2013/04/whats-best-computer-to-buy-for-revit.html 


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Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 4:46:08 PM | render and quality of computer

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Thanks for replying me. Actually i turen off all othe light exept lights of the room that i rendered. Even i hided all the elements and categoriys of other things to decrease the file weight. But my render is not good , about hard ware guality, i visited the page . I didnt figure out about installed ram, my ram is 4 gig, and they said 16 gig or 64,gig should have for the computer that use for revit and render? I would like to know about that! Because i have many problem in rendering these days ! Thanks

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Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 4:48:04 PM | render and quality of computer

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Thanks for replying me. Actually i turned off all othe light exept lights of the room that i rendered. Even i hided all the elements and categoriys of other things to decrease the file weight. But my render is not good , about hard ware guality, i visited the page . I didnt figure out about installed ram, my ram is 4 gig, and they said 16 gig or 64,gig should have for the computer that use for revit and render? I would like to know about that! Because i have many problem in rendering these days ! Thanks

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