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    Default Setting up a Render farm.

    I found this great article/ guide on setting up a render farm:

    Build Your Own Render Farm - ExtremeTech

    Considering giving it a go, although im concerned at the benefits of setting up multiple machines like this in the day of multi core processing.
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    This is called parallel processing; and is used all the time, in the film industry. and amongst geeks. and for people that need things done in a hurry.

    A big project on a large scale by Seti; used this as a screen saver. Chopping the data into processing segments and then sent around the world. Strickly not really parallel processing. But its the same technique and idea. Proper parallel processing is perform across a network of computers.

    YES!!! done properly you will notice a difference, not a amateur level probably not worth doing. Unless the geek inside you is trying to escape.
    Last edited by zandebar; 01-24-2010 at 12:07 AM.

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