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  1. I've rendered an 8k desktop wallpaper from a scene of a Minecraft animation I've been working on. It's just a guy playing some guitar and recording some music with his epic gaming / workstation PC.
  2. Hiya! I've seen a lot of people attempt some form of RTX 'round here, But to be honest, -- I don't mean to point fingers or make fun, -- Quite a few of the Posts I have seen don't use many RTX aspects like Light Bouncing and PCSS. So here I am, Showing my method of Light Bouncing, Or RTX I guess Yes, There are flaws in this image. I would've fixed the slightly messy shadows but when I realized the scene was scaled too small, I had already placed far too many Point Lights that would need their range re-adjusted for the new scale, Along with the Brighter Whites in the image being a tad
  3. Hi! I have a problem, which is based on blinking screen. My computer specs. are: AMD Athlon X2 4000+ (Dual Core) GT 710 (Brand: msi) 4GB of ram 1TB WD Blue HDD Windows 7 (Home Premium) and some kind of Motherboard GIGABYTE GA-M68M-S2P (because im poor to buy new PC) When I turn on Mine-Imator, the screen blinks and shows me an error from Nvidia, that "Graphic in Kernel mode has been recovered successfully and set to safe mode". And after, maybe 10-15 minutes?... The screen blinks again and it sets into default mode (I mean that graphic GT 710).
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