iRemote GPU- a member of iRender

How it Works

Cloud GPU Servers to Render And it’s Easy to Use.
Find the freedom and joy of your work with the power of iRender GPU in your own personal computer.

Quick Start

iRender farm provides high configuration and high-performance machines to serve people who need to leverage the power of CPUs & GPUs. Users can take advantage of our machines for 3D rendering, AI modeling, VR&AR, simulation, and so on. You can do everything you want on our server (including installing any version of any software and using any additional plugins.)

So, how to register and use our services?

1. Register

Use iRender Cloud Rendering in just a few easy steps and get the render project done faster.

        1. Register
        2. Recharge money
        3. Transfer files
        4. Create a new image
        5. Boot a machine
        6. Connect to the remote server
        7. Shutdown the remote server
1. Register
1. Register

Step 1. Register

Create an account here and verify it via the link we will send to your email address. If you don’t receive “Active your iRender-GPUhub Account” mail directly in Inbox, you should check your “Spam” as well.

1. Register
2. Recharge money

Step 2. Recharge money

Log into your iRender account and choose Recharge > Recharge Now

You can pay with VISA, Mastercard, or American Express through 02 payment gateways – PayPal and Onepay. Momo is more convenient for Vietnamese customers. You can also pay via Payoneer or direct bank transfer. (Note that the minimum amount of money for each transaction is $50.)

2. Recharge money
3. Transfer files

Step 3. Transfer files

To save time and money, you should transfer your files from your computer to our remote server before connecting to it. There are 2 ways for you to transfer files:

1. Third-party cloud services

One of the most effective and convenient ways for you to transfer your files to our remote server is through some popular cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.

Thanks to our special and unique data transfer method in the world, the files can be transferred even when you have not connected to our server yet. For example, if you set up Dropbox on your PC and our remote server, then all the files that you upload to Dropbox will be easily 2-way synchronized without downloading them on the internet. You just need to go to the remote server and take your files from Dropbox to use as normal.

2. iRender Drive (For Windows)

iRender Drive is a free data transfer tool developed by the iRender Technical Team. This tool enables you to transfer your data easily from your local computer to our servers and vice versa with data storage up to Terabytes. Even when the server is off, you can still use it, which saves you time and money considerably. Downloads and install it. Then upload your files to the Z drive of the app.

When you upload the files successfully to the app, they will be automatically synchronized to the Z drive of our remote servers.

iRender Drive is now available on Windows 10/8.1/8/7 32/64-bit.

Log into this tool using your iRender account.

Click Upload or just Drag & Drop your files to the Z drive.

We put some installers of common software in the X drive (Read-only), please refer to them here. You just need to copy the installer from the X drive to Desktop, install it, and add your license key.

If you use different software or different versions, you should upload the installers through the iRender Drive tool first. Once you are in our remote server, you copy the installer from the Z drive to the Desktop and install all the software you want to use there.

This picture shows the data storage capacity of the iRender Drive that you can upload. If you need more, please contact us.

GPUhub Sync – a free data transfer tool for macOS and Linux users

If you are using a macOS or Linux computer, you will use the GPUhub Sync tool instead of iRender Drive. Go to Downloads and choose GPUhub Sync for international.

GPUhub Sync is available on:

After installing this tool, log into it using your iRender account. You will upload your files to the Z drive of this tool by clicking Upload or just Drag and Drop. All your files will be automatically synced to the Z drive of our remote servers.

For more detailed guidance, you may read this tutorial document of how to use the GPUhub Sync tool.

3. Transfer files
4. Create a new image

Step 4. Create a new Image

iRender now provides single to multiple RTX 3090 servers. Depending on your demand in respect of the purpose of rendering or AI training, the use of software & plugins, and the project scale, you should choose the suitable server package. Our support team is always available 24/7 to help you figure it out. Don’t hesitate to contact us via live chat or email address: [email protected].

Now, go to GPUhub section > Create image

And select a package you want to use.

  • Image Name: Type the Image name you want
  • Select an operating system: Choose the OS type you want, Windows or Linux

We have some installers for common software in the X drive, please refer to them here, you should copy the installer from the X drive to Desktop, install any software you want on the remote server, and add your license.

If you need to use different software or different versions, you can upload your installers first to the iRender Drive or GpuHub Sync tools, or Google Drive. Then, when you are in our remote server, you copy the installers to Desktop and install it as normal.

If you are using Ubuntu OS, please refer to usage detailed steps here.

4. Create a new image
5. Boot a machine

Step 5. Boot a machine

After creating a new Image, you click “Boot ready” and “Boot Machine” and wait for a couple of minutes.

Tips: To save your boot time for the next usage: take care of the state of your Image

        • Good Image: you should save your files on our Desktop, the C & D Drive less than 20GB: booting and saving data takes places quickly.
        • Normal Image: when you save your files on our Desktop, the C & D Drive over 30GB: Booting and saving data is relatively slow.
        • Bad Image: when you save your files on our Desktop, the C & D Drive over 50GB: booting and saving data is extremely slow.

To optimize your images, we suggest you:

        • Delete unnecessary files and Setups, Installers, etc…
        • Do not store the Setups, Installers, Project files on the desktop or make sure you delete it when done.

You can connect to a server or multiple servers at the same time.

For normal users, you are able to create 2 Images. If the total of money you top up is at least 250$, you can use 3 Images at the same time. If you would like to create more, please contact us.

All images that you create are reusable. Use the server as if it were your personal computer.

5. Boot a machine
6. Connect to the remote server

Step 6. Connect to the remote server

After your image has been booted successfully, your user interface will appear with a green CONNECT button  (our system starts charging you at this step). You click it to download the .rdp file (Remote Desktop Connection file.)

You will be provided with a .rdp (Remote Desktop Connection) file with credentials to connect to your Windows image on the server, which you can configure as you wish.

Tips: to open .rdp file for Mac OS, you need to download this app.

Here you are! You’re in our remote server! You will take full control of it, using it is the same as your own PC. As we suggest, you can install any software you want on the remote server and install ONLY ONCE.

Tips: You have to copy the installers (from the X, Z Drive, Download) to the Desktop to install the software. After installing, you should delete the installer to free up space for the C drive and Desktop, so that you save your boot time for the next usage.


      • There is some software that does not allow installation via network drives (X, Z drive), so there is a system error.
      • Our X and Z drive are network drives. Therefore, if you open the file and install it directly on these 2 drives, you will experience slow opening or installation slow and lag.

To make sure your software license is safe, you should deactivate your license key once you stop using our machine.

6. Connect to the remote server
7. Shutdown the remote server

Step 7. Shutdown the remote server

After you finish your render, please copy the result from the Desktop to the Z drive of the server. The result then will be automatically synchronized to iRender Drive or Gpuhub Sync. You just download it to your PC. You can also use your Dropbox or Google Drive to get your results.

If you want to shut down your remote server at a certain time in the future, click to “Scheduler” button to schedule the shutdown time.

And if you have done your work, you need to shut down the remote server. Only when you click the red button “Shutdown” on our website, does our system stop charging you.

Now you have 2 buttons to shutdown your remote server

        • Button “Shutdown“: you shutdown the remote server as normal
        • Button “Shutdown for clone“: If you need to use multiple servers that have the same software and applications, you will only have to install all of them on one remote server. After click the button “Shutdown for clone”, you can see the button “Clone” as below:

You click the button “Clone“, our system will automatically clone to as many machines as you want.

Our system starts charging you when the user interface appears the button CONNECT and stops charging when you click the red button SHUTDOWN on our website. It means that you will be charged per minute you have used our service.

7. Shutdown the remote server

Thank you and “Happy Rendering”.



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Skype: iRender Support
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