This page provides information on hardware and operating system requirements for V-Ray to work properly.

Overview


Make sure that your system fulfills these requirements before installing V-Ray.

V-Ray Next requires V-Ray License server 5.0 or higher.

Windows


Processor1st Gen Intel® Core™ or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support (x64)
RAM4 GB RAM and 4 GB swap minimum – recommended 8 GB or more RAM, 8 GB or more swap file
Operating system

Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)

Modo901, 902, 10.0 series, 11.0 series, 12.0 series, and 13.0 series
USB portRequired for hardware lock, preferably USB 2.0
TCP/IPOnly IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported.
GPU SupportMaxwell-, Pascal-, Volta- and Turing-based NVIDIA card(s) with latest video driver or at least version 411.31

 

Mac OS X


Processor1st Gen Intel® Core™ or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support (x64)
RAM4 GB RAM and 4 GB swap minimum – recommended 8 GB or more RAM, 8 GB or more swap file
Operating systemApple ® Mac OS ® X 10.13, 10.12
Modo901, 902, 10.0 series, 11.0 series, 12.0 series, and 13.0 series
USB portRequired for hardware lock, preferably USB 2.0
TCP/IPOnly IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported.

 V-Ray GPU works only with C++/CPU devices under macOS. V-Ray GPU can still be used in distributed rendering where a macOS machine runs the CUDA engine on a CPU device together with Windows/Linux machine(s) running CUDA engine on GPU device(s).

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