Question 3d modeling program

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I should make a 3d model of a city but my computer doesn't have the skills to do it. Unfortunately, I need it for university and I don't know where else to write. I have used rhino but even with this it seems to be too much. By chance there are programs that do not weigh too much, intuitive, with which to make good renders
 

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I should make a 3d model of a city but my computer doesn't have the skills to do it. Unfortunately, I need it for university and I don't know where else to write. I have used rhino but even with this it seems to be too much. By chance there are programs that do not weigh too much, intuitive, with which to make good renders
What are the specs of your system? How large are the models?
I use Rhino3D almost daily, with a system that is reasonably old.
 
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Specs..CPU, RAM, drive types, etc, etc

1.6GB is relatively large.
Break the model into different sections, and build it piece by piece.
Only do a final render with ALL of it when the individual parts are done.
I have just 8 gb of RAM, but i don't really know for the CPU, I'm not so good.
I was thinking to divide the render in many parts, but i was thinking that maybe there was another option.
Someone talk to me about DAILYMOTION i don't know how it is.
 

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I have just 8 gb of RAM, but i don't really know for the CPU, I'm not so good.
I was thinking to divide the render in many parts, but i was thinking that maybe there was another option.
Someone talk to me about DAILYMOTION i don't know how it is.
8GB physical RAM is absolutely not enough for a complex 3D model of 1.6GB in Rhino. Or any other good 3D modeling application.

I have 32GB RAM, and with a Rhino model of half that size...it has issues.

Bottom line - You need more RAM.

And of course, we don't know the rest of the system. CPU, etc.
 
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8GB physical RAM is absolutely not enough for a complex 3D model of 1.6GB in Rhino. Or any other good 3D modeling application.

I have 32GB RAM, and with a Rhino model of half that size...it has issues.

Bottom line - You need more RAM.
And of course, we don't know the rest of the system. CPU, etc.
Okay, but this is the situation. I can't for now have more than 8 gb.
There's no program that could do it?
 

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