View Full Version : Wildcat VP 990 Pro - will work fine with maya?
11-09-2004, 12:10 AM
Hello, I dont have the enought money to buy me a QuadroFX 3000, so i'm thinking on a Wildcat VP 990 Pro, cuz its more cheap and in the 3dlabs homepage saids that its really good card bla bla bla and bla, but in years ago (2 hehee) i decide to buy me an Oxygen GVX1 and saids the same thing that is a really good card bla bla and works with maya, but i hate it!!! it cant render with the hardware render so no particles renders. So please someone tell me what will be the best way to go.
Or if someone recomendme other videocard please tell me, my budget its US$650
Tahnks bye :banghead:
11-09-2004, 12:18 AM
Hey, I have the 3D Labs 990, and for the most part, I love it. I do a lot of high poly modeling, so it's great to have 512 megs of video card to rotate around my stuff. But there are a couple of downsides. Tools like the cut poly tools, and when you want to insert isoparms, can be kind of troublesome. The video card leaves ghost's on the screen, so it can be hard to tell exactly where you have the tool placed. Also, hardware renders are a pain in the arse. There is a workaround, but for the price, I shouldn't have to work around, it should just work. Other than those few things though, I really like it. Oh, and if you use your computer for games, the video card sucks. So don't get it if you use your computer mostly for gaming.
11-09-2004, 12:42 AM
I will use it only for work, in others words only for maya heheh
i have a Q. So the hardware render sucks? cuz i have to work alot with particles
01-19-2006, 08:00 PM
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