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It is best for gpu rendering in Cinema 4d


Nachi vaidya

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Alex Glawion

Alex Glawion

CG Hardware Specialist @ CGDirector
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Jun 12, 2020
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Hey Nachi,
You can definitely do some decent GPU Rendering in Cinema 4D with the above setup. ProRender as well as third Party Render Engines such as Octane or Redshift will work fine that setup. Of course, with the Nvidia 3070 around the corner, that might be a great alternative for the 2060 Super, price-wise and with a lot more performance. But I am guessing that those gpus will be hard to buy at first because of their low stock.