Render farm details

classic render MRIYA

Country Ukraine
Cores per node 8 cores
CPUs per node 2 CPUs
CPU description X5460
RAM per node 48GB
Number of nodes 30
Power description 720GHz
Price per Ghz-hr $0.019
Price comment 1 node = $0.42 per hour
Discount options Rent a rendering farm for $1800 per month: 30 nodes with 48Gb RAM each, 360 physical CPU cores.
Payment options PayPal, Wire transfer, Bitcoin
Support options Manual rendering - operators available 24/7 in Skype MRIYA_Render
Upload options google drive, dropbox, yandex disk
Update April 22, 2016

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Ukranian render farm with 16 nodes. Total of 1440 Ghz with price starting at 0.0025$ per Ghz/hour


anonymous_98 May 23, 2015
5:31 a.m.
Please check out MRIYA Render Farm video rendering Evermotion scenes on 360 cores -
anonymous_100 Aug. 8, 2014
7:19 a.m.
Hello friends!
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We have become closer to you and improved stability and availability of our service for US customers. We decided to refuse from rendering in Softimage XSI and Solidworks and concentrate on VRay rendering. We're still small and friendly rendering farm working damn hard, just like you are! Cheers!
anonymous_99 June 20, 2014
9:48 p.m.
Hi I have setup an animation in solidworks it is approximately 80 seconds long I need each frame to be rendered using photoview and approximately 35 frames per seconds ( around 2200 frames ). I did a test and it was about 8 hours to render the first 5 seconds on a i5-3470@ 3.2GHz Work Machine. How does your render farm work do i send you the files and you send me the final results or do I connect via a network render client. Could you provide me an estimated cost? And what sort of savings do you provide to regular customers.
anonymous_98 Dec. 25, 2013
4:22 a.m.
Hi, this info is insufficient to estimate costs. We can do estimates, please contact us via Skype MRIYA_render.
Kind regards,
anonymous_97 Dec. 21, 2013
9:19 p.m.
Hi want to render 4500 frames. How much time it will take and what will be total cost?
anonymous_96 Nov. 2, 2013
5:26 p.m.
Very nice rendering farm, attentive people with good English. Process is manual and they don;t refuse to make minor changes in scene instead of sending the completely new one once again.

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