Does Rendering Damage Your Computer?
Rendering is an essential step in the CG production process, and it is also a very wear-and-tear step for the machine. Then many people will worry that if they frequently use their own computer to render, is rendering harmful to the computer? The answer is yes. If you want to protect your machine, then how can you reduce the damage of rendering to your machine? As a leading cloud rendering service provider and render farm in the CG industry, Fox Renderfarm will tell you why rendering is harmful to your machine and give you a recommended solution.
1. Does Rendering Damage the Computer?
The reason why rendering can damage a machine is because of the frequency of use. If it is frequently overclocked or overused, it may wear out a little faster compared to a computer that is used less. And many people's projects can't be solved in a few hours once rendered, a few days, ten days is not out of the question. Long-term being used so that the computer is "burning", thus making damage to the machine. But if the project is small and takes less than an hour or a few hours to render, then you can take it esay to render. As long as our computer can handle the amount of processing required for the project, the damage to the computer is still within the acceptable range.
We all know that computers generally run their own highest CPU levels to achieve results when rendering projects. And in the case of a GPU renderer, it will also run the graphics card at a high speed to complete the rendering. Of course, this is when the memory will expand to the maximum capacity needed for the current scene, while the hard drive will quickly do a lot of work.
A series of hardware will help your rendering with the highest operating efficiency. If when the computer is rendering, its CPU is not running at 100%, we will suspect that there is something wrong and look for a solution to make the CPU run at the limit of efficiency.
2. How to Reduce the Damage of Rendering to Your Computer
It is recommended to use cloud rendering because whether we watch news, play games, follow dramas, or render 3D works, the computer CPU will run and the hard disk will work, and the difference is only how much computer hardware is consumed. The only way to not consume CPU at all is to not use the computer all the time (which is almost impossible).
What do we do if we have a lot of rendering needs and we need to get the results quickly? In reality, even the most powerful computer can't help in a short time when it comes to this kind of emergency. When the project is too big, the rendering time becomes unpredictable and the damage to the machine is not small when the rendering time of your own computer is too long. At this point it is actually very recommended to use a cloud rendering platform, such as the powerful Fox Renderfarm.
The use of cloud rendering is not limited by region or device. As long as you have a computer with Internet access, upload your files to the cloud rendering platform and let the cloud help you render them, you can easily get a high quality, high speed result with a small fee. Like Fox Renderfarm, which offers a free trial for $25. All you need to do is log in to the platform and upload your render files, and finally download the results back to your local machine. Your local machine can still do other things, and even if it's turned off, it doesn't affect the progress of the cloud rendering. This is a very friendly thing to do for your own machine. If you're interested, you should consider this method, go ahead and try it!
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