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Razer Blade (1060) and rendering

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Benjitah, Feb 23, 2017.

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  1. Benjitah

    Benjitah New Member

    So i know theres a few here that use their blade's for visual effects and motion graphics, so im wondering if anyone could help me out on how the blade fairs when rendering out from 3D suites such as Maya, Houdni and to a lesser extent Nuke.

    Main question is: Do the machines ever overheat with intense renders (8-15 hrs) or run the risk of causing an overheat or some kind of failure?

    How does it fair when using the viewport and loading previs (both standard nuke and AE), as well as calculating fluid and particle sims etc?

    and on a more positive note, have you noticed any improvements in render speeds etc compared to previous machines youve had, laptops and desktops alike

    :)
     
  2. davidmthekidd

    davidmthekidd Active Member

    Just get a cooling pad, I've had 37 hour long renders from Nuke, and Resolve.
     
  3. Benjitah

    Benjitah New Member

    any you would recommend? do i need the big fans or will something that just raises it off the ground do?
     
  4. davidmthekidd

    davidmthekidd Active Member

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