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Bryce 5 Rendering

Bryce 5 Rendering

Is There ANY Possible Way to Use Something Other Than The Main CPU On A Computer To Render? e.g. GPU On Graphics Card, Memory, Et Cetera.

Any Feedback Would Be Greatly Appreciated.

RE: Bryce 5 Rendering

Hmm, I'm not quite sure about this.
I (very) baguely know that the engine can use different pcs linked together, so what you say might just be possible as well. Very unlikely though.

RE: Bryce 5 Rendering


One of the downside of the program that was mentioned before I bought it, was the fact that is is extremely CPU hungry for rendering graphics.

And as far as I know there is no way around it, well except a machine like mine....

Dual 3.2 778 P4 800Mhz (OC to 3.8 each)

That was my solution......



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