System Requirements and Product Detils for Corona Renderer 3 For 3ds Max
Minimal and optimal system requirement and technical specifications to get the best out of your Corona Renderer 3 For 3ds Max.
What are the minimal and the optimal product specifications? How much RAM memory and how much space on your hard disk do you need to run Corona Renderer 3 For 3ds Max?
Corona Renderer 3 For 3ds Max — 1-Year Rental — Workstation Lic. with 3 RNs
Manufacturer Part #
CPU based (with optional GPU denoising; requires a compatible NVIDIA GPU)
Windows (7, 8, 8.1, 10) 64-bit
Autodesk 3ds Max x64 version 2013-2019
64bit Microsoft Windows (7, 8, 8.1, 10)
Installation requires administrator privileges
Distributed rendering also requires matching Backburner version
For Corona Renderer 2 and newer, you will need a CPU that supports the SSE4.1 instruction set (any processor from within the last 10 years). The Licensing Server may run on legacy CPUs that do not meet this requirement (however, the computer won’t be able to be used for rendering).
To use Corona optional Fast Preview Denoiser (NVIDIA OptiX), you need an NVIDIA GPU with Kepler or newer architecture and the newest GPU driver. Not all mobile GPUs are supported.
Note - this denoiser type is optional, and Corona Renderer will work fine even if it's not installed (for example if you are using an AMD or integrated GPU). Corona also offer a High Quality denoiser, which utilizes purely the CPU, and this denoiser can be used on any computer which can run Corona Renderer.
In order to work properly, your copy of Corona Renderer 3 For 3ds Max — 1-Year Rental — Workstation Lic. with 3 RNs