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    Default Re: Proliant 4 x CPU server for rendering?

    https://gyazo.com/b2f603798e3308351882536445a178fd

    2 Xeon CPUs with Win 7 Pro with 32GB RAM

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    Default Re: Proliant 4 x CPU server for rendering?

    Vray and Corona use 2 CPU without any problems. A know that Windows Server can use only 64 threads (32 core with two logical thread per core)
    HP proliant have 80 threads.
    16 threads maybe looss?

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    Default Re: Proliant 4 x CPU server for rendering?

    Windows 10 Workstation (New Edition) can handle up 4 CPU's and 6TB Ram

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