My Equipment

On this page I show you which equipment I use to create my animations.
The links lead to the corresponding providers (Affility Links).
Of course there is a lot more and I will certainly invest a lot more in equipment. My goal is to become faster (shorten rendering times) and to be able to work more comfortably.

In my current Workstation

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX 32-Cores


My GPU in my Workstation:

In my biggest Render Machine

4 x in my first and biggest Rendermachines at the moment.

MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 24GB GDRR6X 384-Bit


MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 24GB GDRR6X 384-Bit HDMI/DP Nvlink Tri-Frozr 2 Ampere Architecture OC Graphics Card (RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio 24G)

In my second Render Machine

2 x in  my second Rendermachine.



In my third Render Machine

2 x in my third Rendermachine.





LG 34GL750-B 34 Inch

I work on the workstation with 3 monitors. I’m sure many of you will say that it’s too much, but I’d prefer to have one more. Don’t forget how many windows a 3D program can have. To work comfortably you want to be able to see everything well. I explain briefly why I need so many. On the left side RedShift RenderView is running, so I can see the finished result directly. In the middle is the workspace where I work 90% of the time. On the right is an additional window with multiple views so I can move all the objects back and forth perfectly. I also often access the content browser, the shader graph, but also the timeline. Here I already have to put one window over the other again and again. Theoretically a reason to get one more monitor.



Kensington Slim Type Wired Keyboard (K72357USA), Black

I use 2 x the german version.
one for the workstation and one for the second Computer (render machine).



For me, the SpaceMouse is not only perfect for my 3D program but also for Substance Painter. Also other programs offer the possibility to move an object perfectly in space with the SpaceMouse. I love this part, probably also because it looks so futuristic on the desk 🙂




Mouse for my Workstation

Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse


My equipment for future streaming

I’ve been using Elgato Stream Deck for a lot of things lately. I have created several pages where many shortcuts run. I can use them for After Effect but also here for WordPress. That’s pretty cool. Each program gets its own page with the corresponding shortcuts on Stream Deck.

Elgato Stream Deck XL


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  1. Niu yuyang says:

    If I want to make Plush Tetris into plush toys, can I get your authorization? -A plush designer from China

    • Chris says:

      Unfortunately, I can’t tell you if there are already patents or other rights on this kind of toy. You have to have that checked first. However, the name “Tetris” is protected worldwide. If you want to sell something with the name, you should definitely inform yourself, otherwise it could be quite expensive.
      Sorry for my bad English, I’m from Germany 😉
      Best regards

  2. Anthony says:

    Love the show! Keep up the good work!

  3. Tey says:

    Wie lang hast du gebraucht um dir das alles aufzubauen? 😀

    • Chris says:

      Das ist ein laufender Prozess. Du musst Du das vorstellen wie eine Küche. Wenn Du nicht genug Geld auf einmal hast, kauft man sich das Equipment nach und nach. In meinem Fall kam ein PC oder Grafikkarte nach der anderen. Manchmal in einem Abstand von mehreren Monaten.
      Der Kanal C4D4U hat sich ungefähr in 3 Jahren so entwickelt. Ich wäre sicher schon viel weiter wenn ich mehr Zeit gehabt hätte. Leider habe ich einen Vollzeitjob und noch weitere YouTube Kanäle. Wobei ich jetzt in letzter Zeit die anderen Kanäle wegen Zeitmangel auch schon ziemlich vernachlässigen musste 😉

  4. Inder says:

    Chris… I like your video.s..

    Your mind full of animation

  5. Tom says:

    Hello, my 4 year old son loves your videos! He watches them over and over. Thank you very much for taking the time to make these!

    • Chris says:

      Wow, very cool and nice to hear that. Thank you very much for your nice comment.
      Greetings to you and your son 🙂

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