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Old 11-17-2012, 11:51 AM   #1
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Slow vray message and frame buffer window closing on max 2012 in bigger scenes.

Hi,


I wanted to ask You guys if you've been experiencing such problems as myself.
Sometimes on bigger scenes (around 2mln polys) it takes about 3-4 seconds to close either vray message window, or vray frame buffer window.
I wonder if this is my graphics? or not enough ram?

And it happens on some scenes, but on some not. Yesterday I opened a mapped scene downloaded from the net which had 2mln polys as well, and it worked flawless, so I presume there're might be some other factors that cause this lag except graphics...

thx

I have 4670 passive, 8gb RAm, MAX 2012 64BIT
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