The idea is not using GridRenderer and prepared the model in the server. For example I write <img src="http:/foo/toto.jpg"/> in the server than create an Image object in the client. Like I said, the target application is IE8 (not very performance), and by doing this I managed to reduce the grid loading time to almost a half.
Hope this help.
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