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    The most optimal PC build to work with 3DSMax

    Hello guyd. I am going to build a new powerful PC in a range 0f 2000-2500$. Will it be enough to build the powerful PC to work with 3DSmax and to make quality renderings? What can you recommend?
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    СPU Intel Core i7-10700K (8/16; 3,8/5,1 ГГц, 8256 КБ L2, 16 МБ L3)
    Motherboard Intel Z490 (LGA1200)
    RAM 32 ГБ (216 ГБ) DDR4-3600
    Video card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 ГБ, GDDR
    SSD 240/256 ГБ, PCI-E M.2
    SSD 2 ТБ , SATA/PCI-E (2,5″/M.2)

    I would recommend such a kit.
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    Well, in fact, you can have a simpler computer, it can handle the program. Depends on how many processes are still running in parallel. If there is a need to combine programs, then yes, you need a more powerful device.
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    Thank you. I would like to know also if the quality of renders depends on the power of your system? Sorry for such stupid questions as I am a newbie)
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: corysorndorff
    Thank you. I would like to know also if the quality of renders depends on the power of your system? Sorry for such stupid questions as I am a newbie)
    Quality does not depend. The time it takes to render depends on your computer settings.
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    Thanks for the reply. I ask because I have found some sources that say that the quality directly depends on the power of your PC. But I've also thought about rendering speed.
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    You're welcome)
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    COntinue learning)
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