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Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 12:44:03 PM | render run slow

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HELLO,

i heve a big project (Final Project for College )

 and i have few render i must to make.

my pc HW:

I7 4790  3.6 ghz  32 GB ramand HD ssd (flash hard diskand wd 7200rpm the project is on the ssd drive)is that normal that one render take  me  more than 6h?printer 150 DPI  high resolotion)(it's take time to get a good "Balance control" THE FILE IS heavy...if it's influencing(i make some componnent)(my revit ver as i REVIT 15)i don't spek english so use a simple english please


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Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 1:25:59 PM | render run slow

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Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 2:17:08 PM | render run slow

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If you want the render to be of good quality and you are only able to render using revit then yes it will always take several hours at the minimum.


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Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 3:39:12 AM | render run slow

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That sounds about right.  While you do have a fast processor, you only have one.

Either link your Revit into 3dsMax

or

Buy a professional workstation with dual Xeon processors on board, 10Cores per processor minimum if you're serious about rendering.


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Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 12:49:43 PM | render run slow

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ware i can find a good Work station ?hp/Dell/els?what is the price for WS and wich one you suggest?my pc cost me  1500$ few month ago (with good hardware)

more than 10 hr to get 76%? lock somting not going wellif i purge  the file it can help??wwhub, i can't read your commentthank you


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