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Hi guys.

 

After seeing Redshift was on sale I thought id give it a go with the demo.  I picked my last render to compare it with so used the same scene.  It took me a good while to translate things which its still 100% but I think it makes a comparable render to Vray Alsurface.  Vray Alsurface took 5hours,  Redshift took 2hr 3min.  Same multi pass setup and basic post.

 

Cpu 5930k 6core "4.3ghz

GPU GTX 780 g6b

 

 

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Dan

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Very nice Dan, very nice indeed, I'm guessing you're taking the plunge considering the sale and vast improvement on render times? With a  1070 or 1080 for example I could see you easily half that time again and more 

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  • Yea Im thinking of getting it, Chaosgroup has left me with a render engine that I cant use by r21 onwards unless I keep going back to older version of C4D all the time.  IPR is nice to have for sure, and like you said a GTX 1070 to down the line will speed it up even more.

     

    Its hard to convert a scene when its tailored for another render engine.

     

    Dan

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    I can only recommend not going lower than a 1080 ti 11gb with GPU rendering. Better a used 1080 or Titan X or even make the move to the 2080s. AMDs I don’t know


    R18, Octane, Vray, Cycles, Zbrush, AE, Marvelous Designer, Substance Designer, Affinity

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  • 5 hours ago, zeden said:

    I can only recommend not going lower than a 1080 ti 11gb with GPU rendering. Better a used 1080 or Titan X or even make the move to the 2080s. AMDs I don’t know

    What impact does the gpu memory have, was thinking of 2x gtx 1070ti when I can afford them but get a single 1070ti now?

     

    Dan

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    If the scene fits in card memory... 6, 8, or 11 GB won't matter.

    11GB is better - you can handle bigger scenes without needing Redshift to use out of core memory - which will slow things down - but unless you're dealing with huge geometry and multiple massive texture maps an 8GB card will do fine.

    I recently rendered 8 million instances (circa 25 billion polys) on my 3x 1070 Ti's (8GB) without a problem ; )

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    Looking great! I also took the plunge and bought the discounted Redshift. I'm still a beginner concerning Redshift. But you can also find lots of help on the Redshift forums.

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