July 13, 2012, 04:21:51 pm
No, we haven't got any benchmarks.
More on-board RAM means that you can create bigger and more complex scenes with lots of materials.
If your scene uses more memory than your graphics card and system memory provide (in Windows 64-bit), there is a greater risk of graphical glitches. In addition, Lumion will then be forced to use the pagefile on your harddrive as swap space and this will increase the render times significantly.
So if you are planning on rendering very complex scenes with lots of different models/materials/textures, you should buy a graphics card with as much on-board RAM as possible.