The world’s most feature-rich GPU-accelerated production rendering software.
Included with every V-Ray integration, V-Ray GPU is designed from the ground up for V-Ray artists who want the fastest possible results from their hardware. Unlike other GPU renderers, it can utilize CPUs and/or GPUs with perceptually identical results.
Faster iterations for production rendering
V-Ray GPU makes use of dedicated ray-tracing hardware in the latest Nvidia Ada Lovelace, Ampere, and Turing GPUs to speed up production rendering. With smart sampling and scene adaptivity, V-Ray GPU produces noise-free renders with ease. Artists can spend their time on shading and lighting rather than the technical aspects of scene optimization and sampling settings.
V-Ray GPU offers fast interactive feedback for look development and final rendering. Faster iterations free up time to explore ideas, boost productivity, and produce better results.
Unlike other renderers, V-Ray GPU maximizes interactive performance by using all of your GPUs and/or CPUs — and delivers perceptually identical results. V-Ray GPU is able to use as many GPUs as your operating system detects. And, with near linear scaling, there is no limit on the amount of rendering devices.
What about my CPU render farm? Don’t retire it just yet! Take advantage of GPU speeds on your local workstation and then render on CPUS in your render farm knowing you will get the same quality regardless of hardware configurations.
Easier to expand or upgrade your hardware
Expanding or upgrading your existing hardware is as easy as swapping a GPU. V-Ray GPU supports the latest Ada Lovelace GPUs, offering 2x faster rendering than Ampere.
I’m in love with the new V-Ray GPU in Cinema 4D, the workflow and quality starts where other render engines are at their limits.
Freelance 3D Generalist
V-Ray GPU lets me take my creativity to a whole new level. The simplicity of the settings eliminates the need for extensive technical expertise, enabling me to concentrate on my art.
Samy Al Taweel
Automotive Artist and 3D Visualizer
Almost a decade after first discovering the V-Ray render engine, I am still blown away by the speed and flexibility of the GPU engine.
See what’s new
Power up your GPU rendering with V-Ray 6.
Update 2 lets you do more and render even faster. It adds V-Ray Enmesh and speeds up animation rendering by up to x4.
V-Ray 6 brings in new creative tools to empower you to bring any idea to life, faster. It also increases memory efficiency and speeds up GPU rendering even more. Plus many enhancements to streamline your workflow.
To assist you in getting started with V-Ray GPU, we've put together a guide to introduce you to the fundamentals of GPU rendering.
Take a look as we explain how to select the optimal render engine for your project’s needs as well as the importance of always starting your projects with V-Ray GPU if that’s your preferred option. Learn how to compare the performance of V-Ray and V-Ray GPU the right way. Gain insight into how you can maximize the benefits of V-Ray’s hybrid rendering, utilize V-Ray’s interactive renderer on the GPU, switch between engines if needed, optimize memory usage, install a new NVIDIA driver, and more.
Choosing the right hardware and setting it up can be challenging. We understand that, and we've crafted a comprehensive guide to walk you through every step of the way.
Discover the recommended NVIDIA drivers, delve into the intricacies of NVlink and its setup, gain insights into RTX, understand ECC state management for Ada GPUs, learn about OpenCL support, and explore GPU compatibility with macOS. Plus, see how you can effectively cool multiple GPUs and monitor GPU usage.