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  1. Hello everyone! I am attempting to build a custom machine to be used for 3ds max, vray, and photoshop. The 3ds max will be less on modeling and more on rendering. The photoshop will be with very large image files. I have a budget of $1000. After doing hours of research I have come up with the following setup. Please tell me if it looks correct! CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB SSD: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB (2016) RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200 C16 2x8GB MBD:??? As far as motherboard goes, I havent researched it a ton yet, but have read that it could be good to reserve an extra GPU slot for Vray RT if i wanted to upgrade to more graphics in the future. Also maybe 6 slots of RAM instead of only 4. But I would love any suggestions you have! Thanks, Gray
  2. Hi Guys! I have just started a new job doing in-house visualisation for an architects the way I got into the role was due to my photoshop knowledge but quickly turned into 3D rendering at the moment its just with sketchup and vray but I'm sure I will upgrade to 3ds max in the near future. So I'm trying to learn as much as I can as quickly as possible about all of this but the one thing that is holding me back is the PC that I'm using which renders going into days! So I'm looking to build a PC for £1500 ($1950) budget And need your guys help picking what components would be best for me. This a work PC so I need to run 3D modelling software/Run the Render engine, Photoshop and Lightroom CC unfortunately that means no gaming.... so I don't need to worry about running games at all. Obviously the main reason for needing the PC is for the fastest possible 3D Render times. The setup I have picked out is: -Intel 6th Gen Quad Core I7 6700K 4.0GHz -Corsair Vengeance LPX Black 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 PC4-21300 2666MHz Dual Channel Kit -NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition -GIGABYTE GA-Z170XP-SLI Intel Z170 (Socket 1151) Motherboard The main question I have is could I get away with a less powerful graphics card as from my understanding 3D rendering is mostly CPU intensive? however will this effect the speed when doing 3d modelling as the files can get pretty big and kill my current PC especially when I try and add grass! I also have zero clue on what makes a decent motherboard and what I should be looking for in a motherboard to suite me? Thanks for your help guys!
  3. HI, I was planning to create some bed models; may be 100 of different style. That will cover mostly used style for visualization. for example I believe you would not choose a certain type of bed models for your clean hotel room visualization. the collection of bed models available online ( I checked turbusquid) are not as great. although you get most of them for almost no price ($15-$40) but yet you need a certain style for your visualization. some clean but 100% realistic models. Anyway, I am attaching some images of a bed model I have created for a very good client of mine. But I am wondering if it worth to put my time to create a collection of beds like that. I meant this quality. Also i have in mind that if I create about 30 types of mattress I can fit those in into thousand of bed models. It could be a 2-4 month project for me. Please let me know if I am not in the right track. If I get positive feedback from you guys I will most-likely start the project. Thanks for your input. Abdullah
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