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    Kenn
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    Baynard
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  1. Impatiently awaiting my email to download it!
  2. Just an update for anyone who cares, I got the new rig built last week and HOLY SH*T what an upgrade! I've been working on a new graphics package for our news that was clocking around 6 minutes per frame. This rig has it down to about 2 minutes per frame!
  3. Thanks. I was looking at going Threadripper but once I started adding everything up the i7 was almost half the price of the AMD. And while max core/thread would be awesome, I also have to put something together the boss will actually approve. The 7820X doubles my core/thread count and runs slightly faster GHz-wise so it'll be a solid machine I think. I'll have to dabble with RedShift one of these days. Right now all my projects use the standard renderer and converting them to a new renderer would be a pain.
  4. I think the boss is finally letting me build a new workstation. It'll be used for basic office nonsense, as well as C4D (mostly standard renderer), After Effects, and Photoshop. I'm looking to build a machine that'll run circles around my current build when it comes to C4D rendering. I'd also like to dabble in ProRender, but my Quadro is not up to snuff for it. Here's what I have now: CPU: Intel i7-2600k 4c/8t, stock Intel heatsink/fan RAM: 16 gigs DDR3 GPU: Quadro K2000 Boot drive: Samsung SSD 256gig Other drives: 1x 1 TB WD Hard drive, two drives I can't remember the size in a striped RAID (I was scavenging for parts) New build: CPU: Intel i7-7820X Skylake-X 8c/16t Cooler: Noctua NH-U12S RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 Motherboard: ASRock X299 OC Formula GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti SC GAMING 08G-P4-5671-KR 8GB GDDR5 ACX 3.0 & Black Edition PSU: Cooler Master V850 850 watts Boot drive: WD Black 256GB Performance SSD - M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive Media drive: WD 4 TB 7200 RPM hard drive OS: Windows 10 Pro The chassis will be my trust old Cooler Master HAF case which I adore and see no reason to replace. It looks pretty solid on paper. Doubling the cores & threads should be a great help. Thoughts?
  5. I see a lot of people using Cinebench scores as their bible for what CPU to buy. I'm not looking for real-time 3D here, I'm looking for something that can bust out my CPU-rendered 3D animations in a timely fashion. I'm starting to look at a new build, and leaning heavily towards Threadripper. Mostly for the cores & threads and the price. I love my Intels, but they're a bit spendy. Has anyone done any serious comparisons on how well the c4d standard renderer busts out frames?
  6. So for some odd reason, my R19 says the help files are missing. Despite numerous attempts to install them, even downloading the update package from MAXON and doing a Manual Install, it still doesn't show up. If I knew where they're hiding I'll set the path in the preferences. Or if anyone has any idea why it keeps failing to install.

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