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    Quote Originally Posted by Nayem33397 View Post
    Thanks. That was really helpful
    No problem but give maya a try you might learn to love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aeolisio View Post
    No problem but give maya a try you might learn to love it.
    I mostly do architectural models. Is Maya better than 3ds max for this kind of job?

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    For architectural engineering you might be better with autocad 3ds and revit.
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    Hey

    I can't tell how will 3ds max run but i have been using my G751JM past 5 months for 3d works and I use Cinema4d.

    As for viewport rendering, my 860m does quite well and better than my office quadro card (fx4800). 970 will do pretty great. As for rendering which, it does a bit less than what I expected. Rendering stresses all cores so theoretically all cores should run at a constant 3.3ghz but mine stutters between 2.9 - 3.1Ghz and thus rendering suffers.

    Temp wise it gives a max of 95C depending how long your are rendering.

    I would suggest you to do a bench mark test in Cinebench15 to get a clear idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagnik87 View Post
    Hey

    I can't tell how will 3ds max run but i have been using my G751JM past 5 months for 3d works and I use Cinema4d.

    As for viewport rendering, my 860m does quite well and better than my office quadro card (fx4800). 970 will do pretty great. As for rendering which, it does a bit less than what I expected. Rendering stresses all cores so theoretically all cores should run at a constant 3.3ghz but mine stutters between 2.9 - 3.1Ghz and thus rendering suffers.

    Temp wise it gives a max of 95C depending how long your are rendering.

    I would suggest you to do a bench mark test in Cinebench15 to get a clear idea.
    Thanks. I'll get the 970m then. About the render you said, from what I know if you are using all Core together at highest stress like rendering it will get only base frequency. Only 1 Core can gain turbo Boost and only when others are idle. Like when gaming.

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    I would suggest you to check 3ds max site and see what features they take advantage of the graphics card. As far as i know, 3ds max has GPU rendering which is not the case for cinema4d. So I would suggest do a test run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagnik87 View Post
    I would suggest you to check 3ds max site and see what features they take advantage of the graphics card. As far as i know, 3ds max has GPU rendering which is not the case for cinema4d. So I would suggest do a test run.
    3ds max supports both gpu and cpu rendering. I do cpu. Just need the gpu for viewport.

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