Update:  V-Ray GPU with RTX support, V-Ray Next for 3ds Max Update 3

V-Ray Next 3ds Max NVIDIA GPU RTX

V-Ray GPU with RTX support is now available

In Chaos Group’s V-Ray Next for 3ds Max Update 3, they’ve introduced a new V-Ray GPU drop-down menu. With it, users can choose between CUDA and RTX.

From the V-Ray Blog:

Starting with our November updates, V-Ray Next GPU can now use the dedicated ray-tracing hardware within NVIDIA’s RTX class of GPUs to speed up production rendering. It’s something we’ve been working on since RTX was introduced over a year ago, and we’re happy to report that all V-Ray GPU features are seamlessly supported in both IPR and production modes — and multi-GPU scaling continues to be extremely efficient.

V-Ray Next RTX Engine

There’s a lot more about the NVIDIA RTX Engine on the Chaos Group Blog. Read more

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The next generation of rendering

V-Ray Next Scene Intelligence delivers faster ray tracing, cleaner sampling and more accurate rendering. That means you work smarter — not harder — by automating steps that used to take up valuable time.

V-Ray Next for 3ds Max Rental Options

To download a trial version, click on the product page.


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