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I am currently using R20 on a Threadripper 1920 machine with two GPUs (2080ti & 980ti) and using Redshift and I have noticed that every now and then C4D seems to freeze not necessarily when rendering but say I create a material it hangs for a few seconds then comes back to life… I don't think it is PSU since it isn't drawing a huge amount of current - bit mystified…

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Hmm, thats interesting, not sure what could have cause this. I assume you have up to date drivers. Maybe deleting pref folder and restarting C4D would help. Really hard to tell, sorry! Beaing R20, maybe C4D its self has some issues with given hardware.


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Hi

 

This I believe is a Redshift thing, I get it myself and think its down to having to recalculate the materials.  I don't even get material previews half the time.  The other thing that has caused this and other freezes is other plugins. Ornatrix for instance has a QT conflict.  Another thing that causes me delay is the location of textures. I find having them in the local path it speeds things up.

 

Dan

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  • Hi chaps!

    Thanks for the replies 🙂

    I do think it is a Redshift thing since I have only just started using the Big Red for production work and that is when this problem seemed to arise. Although I didn't get tit with a few of my 'Test' project last year when using older versions of the renderer…

    I don't use many plugins, X-Particles, Reeper and HDRI Studio Rid is about it - oh and a little godsend xsHNSwitch 🙂

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