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On the fence between rtx 4090 and rtx a 6000

Ashish7334

Hi Guys,

 

Can someone say which GPU to go for 3ds max and why. I have written to NVIDIA they are inclined towards rtx a6000. Im not liking because its an old product and specfications are outdated. In my experience more vram keeps a rig from becoming obsolete much more that a fast gpu.

 

No too techie i am./ Someone tell me what to to.

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1 minute ago, Edgar R. Zakarian said:

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I'm not sure what 3DS counts as but I think it's closer to real time rendering like unreal engine, no ? 

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Well NVIDIA will prefer to sell you the more expensive card. 

RTX 4090 is usually faster... As long as your projects don't need more VRAM than the card has... In which case the RTX 6000 will be a better choice. 

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At a crude level, if you need more VRAM, the choice is made.

 

The pro cards also come with ECC so may be more stable/reliable. Not that I'm saying a 4090 would be unstable. Stuff like this is hard to quantify. If you're making a living off this, it is a factor to consider. Random ram errors might be rare, but as ram quantity increases, the chances of a random event causing an error does too.

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