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  1. Hello everyone! Will V-Ray take full advantage of all hardware resources when rendering? I am a potential new Form.Z/V-Ray user, and plan to install it onto a powerful Windows 10 workstation. On the CPU side, the workstation has 72 cores (2x 18 core Xeons), while on the GPU side it has 2x Quadro K6000 plus 1x Tesla K20 co-processor. It also has 128 GB of ECC memory. My understanding is that the current version of V-Ray uses CPU+GPU for rendering. Will V-Ray see the two Xeon processors as two nodes, and therefore require the purchase of a second node license? I would welcome comments from anyone with a similar hardware setup. Thanks in advance!