VRay Rendering Workstation

VRay is an extremely powerful rendering engine, with support for highly threaded CPUs and powerful video cards. VRay can scale up from a single CPU/GPU install, to a multi-GPU system, to a dual-CPU multi-GPU workstation, and peaking at a multi-1U rackmounted server.

This VRay Rendering Workstation has been configured with 16 CPU cores, is designed with 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and can handle more powerful video cards with zero changes necessary. If your work benefits from having CPUs, please contact us and we can quote you a configuration capable of handling dual CPUs.

Depending on your production level, this workstation can scale down and up with CPU and GPU horsepower. Please let us know if you are using VRay RT or VRay Adv, as this is key to correctly designing your new workstation.

Overall System Performance

This VRay Rendering Workstation performs well in applications optimized for extremely highly multithreaded CPUs, with very high GPU rendering capabilities.

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Designing the right system for the current scenario is a core element of our mantra at Top Flight Computers.

If you don't get the right parts, it doesn't matter how much you spend on your computer...you'll be stuck with expensive hardware that doesn't work well with your situation.

Pricing

This VRay Rendering Workstation is $9500 as currently designed. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.

Extended Warranties

This system is available with extended warranties.

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