Which model is best for 3D rendering?

darkhawk

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What kind of 3d rendering? What program?
Are you looking for a professional one? (ie has the NVidia A series card) Or would a normal RTX GPU work?
The way I see it, the 17" will generally run cooler, larger laptop, more mass, more places/area for the heat to go and dissipate compared to the 16" models.
The Creator Z17 or CreatorPro Z17 will both work just fine, most likely. The CreatorPro just has the professional GPU's with certified drivers for working with most programs.
Personally, I'd probably go with the Creator Z17, and save some money. But if the company I was working for is paying, the CreatorPro might be a better choice, but that really depends more on what software you're using, and what it supports. 3D rendering is a pretty board topic, and can honestly mean a vast amount of programs.....so it's hard to just say "use this". If you get what I'm trying to say.
 

Aleksandr Shmakov

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What kind of 3d rendering? What program?
Are you looking for a professional one? (ie has the NVidia A series card) Or would a normal RTX GPU work?
The way I see it, the 17" will generally run cooler, larger laptop, more mass, more places/area for the heat to go and dissipate compared to the 16" models.
The Creator Z17 or CreatorPro Z17 will both work just fine, most likely. The CreatorPro just has the professional GPU's with certified drivers for working with most programs.
Personally, I'd probably go with the Creator Z17, and save some money. But if the company I was working for is paying, the CreatorPro might be a better choice, but that really depends more on what software you're using, and what it supports. 3D rendering is a pretty board topic, and can honestly mean a vast amount of programs.....so it's hard to just say "use this". If you get what I'm trying to say.
I want to buy a laptop for myself, for my work. I can buy any of these models. I work in Modo, Houdini, Unreal, V-Ray, Modo render, Octane Render, mostly CPU rendering, but I don't want to give up the fast GPU rendering capability. I just doubt which laptop will be more resistant to heat, be colder, faster, etc. for rendering on both CPU and GPU.
I also thought that the evaporative chamber cools a little better than the tubes, maybe I'm wrong, but it is written in the information for those laptops that have such cooling.
I really doubt the choice, I will be glad if someone helps me make the right choice..
 

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If that's the case, I'd probably stick to the Creator Z17. Best option overall, and not incredibly expensive like the Creator Pro series.
 

Aleksandr Shmakov

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If that's the case, I'd probably stick to the Creator Z17. Best option overall, and not incredibly expensive like the Creator Pro series.
The CreatorPro series is not much more expensive and as I wrote earlier I can buy any of these 4 laptops. If I understand correctly the difference between Creator and CreatorPro in video card, what do you think and why is it better to take RTX A5500 or RTX 3080Ti?
 

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for GPU Rendering the RTX A5500 is a little faster mainly as its a higher Clocked Card.
 

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If the price difference isn't much for you, then sure, go for the creator pro.
Where I am, the price difference between them tends to be a bit more than I would be willing to swallow, personally.
But to each their own! I think you already know which you want. ;)
 
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