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Hardware / Re: Threadripper Builds
« on: 2019-06-21, 09:49:59 »
Thank you all guys, I really appreciate your help.
Now I have clearer ideas: ok for the Noctua and 3.00Ghz RAM. I think I'll go with the Ryzen 2990WX: it costs more but worth it in my opinion (I use this PC for rendering mostly). So The Noctua U14S is also good for the Ryzen 2990WX? What's a good motherboard for thi CPU? And, last question, if a Quadro P2000 costs as much as a GTX1070, why is preferable the last one?

Thank you, have a nice day!

hi :) well if you don't plan to overclock, u14s is more than enough :) my temps never went above 65-67C when rendering. As for the motherboard, first I wanted to go with the Aorus but re-thinking my choices, went with asrock taichi and everything works fine :)

for the graphics, i dont know :D i'm mister flintstone, still using some old crappy r9 gpu from radeon :D

Hardware / Re: Threadripper Builds
« on: 2019-06-20, 10:13:35 »
Hi guys,
I'm going to build a new workstation so I started searching some components compatible with my budget. That's what came out:

CPU: Ryzen 2970wx
MB: Asus Prime x399-A
GC: Asus RTX 2060
RAM: 64GB DDR4 3200Mhz
COOLING: any liquid cooling system

I have some questions:
1- RTX or GTX, I mean, is there some convenience switching to the new RTX?
2- Ram 3600Mhz, why not? I always saw 3000Mhz RAM in the configurations posted in this thread.
3- In the last posts I only read about air cooling system, what about liquid cooling system?

Thank you guys!

hi :)

I have the same cpu (went with the asrock taichi mobo instead), and as Charlie stated, better avoid liquid cooling :) I went with the Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3, and I can only say that it is perfect. As for the ram, I really dont's see the point of going anything above 3000Mhz as that might be the highest stable frequency.

Good luck and have fun with your build! :D

ps, as you didn't state it, don't cheap out on PSU :) go with something beefy!

Hardware / Re: Threadripper 2990WX
« on: 2019-06-07, 14:33:22 »
hello :) although it might not be 2990wx strictly, i'm here to spec-out my build with 2970wx.

motherboard: asrock taichi x399;
ram: corsair vengeance lpx 4x16gb, 3000mhz (cmk64gx4m4d3000c16);
cpu: 2970wx;
cooler: noctua nh-u14 s;
gpu (some old radeon from my previous pc);

so far everything is working fine, cinebench score is pretty impressive at stock speed as well as the official corona renderer benchmark.

didn't write other components (casing etc etc as i find it unrellevant :) ).

Gallery / Re: Kitchen-natural white
« on: 2019-01-29, 17:21:31 »
very nice, but please fix smoothing groups on the table.

Gallery / Re: Svartensgatan 9. Wintertime :) pow pow
« on: 2019-01-10, 10:24:55 »
hej :) thank you :)

Gallery / Svartensgatan 9. Wintertime :) pow pow
« on: 2019-01-09, 19:10:11 »
I have found some photo references that I had (wanted) to follow, but along the way I was taken away by my imagination, so, this is what came out as a final result :)

Tools: 3ds max, corona renderer and photoshop.



Gallery / Apartment in Majorna
« on: 2018-12-02, 21:32:31 »
Apartment in Majorna (Gothenburg). I have found some reference photos and used it as a base for this set of renders. Please note that imaginary owner of the apartment decided to change the rug in the living area, and I was too lazy to re-render it again (dining camera angle) :P Also, I have included some night renders which came as a result of me killing the boredom between the jobs using Corona LightMix and Corona Image Editor :) (some night renders have fireflies, maybe aa issues, maybe some other stuff :) )

Anyway, feel free to comment, add critic, or, whatever you think is suitable :)



Gallery / Small attefallshus in Sweden
« on: 2018-11-16, 14:52:07 »
Hello everyone :)

I haven't posted for a while, so here is my share :)

It's a small imaginary attefallshus in Sweden.

Feel free to comment, criticize, or whatever :)



Corona Goodies! - User contributions / Re: Rock VOL.1
« on: 2018-11-07, 09:29:56 »
thanks a lot! :)

Gallery / Re: Antiquе̄
« on: 2018-06-04, 14:19:31 »

Gallery / Re: Second try with Corona
« on: 2018-05-28, 09:30:13 »
I never had so much freedom inside of Vray as I have in Corona.

Interesting statement, how so specifically?

Hi Benny :)

Well, at first I felt kinda reluctant to start learning Corona bcs I didn't want to let go all that what I have learned in Vray, but as soon as I started I've felt so comfortable, so, I could call that some sort of "freedom".

Gallery / Re: Second try with Corona
« on: 2018-05-28, 09:13:00 »
Great renders. Congrats ;)

Im thinking in attending the 5SRW course as well. Do you you think it worth it using corona?

Best regards

Hi Pedro, sorry for late reply :)

Well, I personally think it is, bcs, render engines are just a tool (Corona, Vray, Octane, etc etc), so, what I have learned in Vray (not just in Vray, but about photographic approach, which 5SRW is all about), I've just applied to Corona which was a bingo for me :) so, it's worth trying I would say :) OR, maybe you could try to explore a photography tutorials a bit and just try to apply what you've learned to Corona, it might work :D

Gallery / Western state staircase
« on: 2018-02-13, 12:38:47 »
Hi all :)

this one is based on the photo-reference but I have changed some thing along the way.

c&c are more than welcome!


Gallery / Re: Cinematic Lighting Study
« on: 2018-02-08, 17:54:57 »

Gallery / Welcome home (Sanitarium)
« on: 2018-02-04, 00:33:39 »
Hello folks :D

Another something I have done in my spare time. Hope you will like it. btw, I gained inspiration from Metallicas Welcome home song, thus the name of the images :)

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