It's basically saying that Blender is far behind MAX. Really long fanboi post... If everything is running smoothly then I'd rather leave it alone. On a side note, I've always had better performance pairing ATI with AMD, and nVidia with Intel. check over here
A 390X beats a GTX 980 handily. sven Congratulations Microsoft not only do you upgrade useless drivers but you fail to remove the old drivers also, consequently I now have keyboard randomly disappearing touch screen mouse doing its with no other issues than viewport slowdown and long render time. They harm PC gaming and people just go out and buy nvidia anyway. https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3fzf4z/til_xfx_used_to_make_nvidia_gpus_when_they/
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]AeKanai5 4690k | GTX 970 8 points9 points10 points 1 year ago(0 children)I had a XFX 9800GT. Does this still work in Windows 10? Most of the ugly metro apps could be uninstalled. This is why you do code reviews, to catch situations where your app tries to repeat the same action on an object that no longer exists.
One that can accommodate pushing limits. I've used Maya and I didn't notice any serious problems with AMD FirePro. Joao Ribeiro You should do the update, specially if you are using them for Gaming, DX12 has done some "miracles" on my system both in terms of quality and performance, so Nvidia But with anything really new, be that a game or a GPU, the odds of multi-GPU borkery go up exponentially.
Try rendering a movie in Mental Ray and see if that works out better. Those types of threads aren't allowed, and don't try to start trouble by posting this type of stuff. Yes it cost me over $4,000 but I wanted it. http://betanews.com/2015/11/24/amd-kills-gpu/ The reference cards only show Nvidia's suggested overall design, and have generally been sold on a limited basis and without making any profit for Nvidia.
It didn't overheat the first time. Maybe the fan got tired of working at full load. brigading, witch-hunting, vote manipulation, flamebaiting, clickbaiting, text spamming or intentional rudeness. You can't blame an application for overheating your CPU.
The company announced today that with its latest version of the Chrome mobile app, users can navigate to VR-enabled sites to view any content.... https://blenderartists.org/forum/archive/index.php/t-276238.html Something about the sim being limited by texture swapping between cards, and that going multi GPU might actually slow the sim down, compared to a single fast card. Xfx Runs cool too. Amd Reddit Forced driver updates are terrible idea since MS doesn't care if they work or not.
Not perfect, but not the end of the world. check my blog I thought even if AMD brought ATI, they would still use ATI's technologies on the Radeon graphic cards. Multi-screen gaming support is pretty atrocious all round to be honest. We should be way beyond the old Windows way of doing things. Rx 480
arexma20-Jun-13, 03:17Thanks for the feedback. Rule #10 Screenshots of "peasantry," namely of conversations on Reddit and other websites where ignorance is being spewed and/or ridiculed, must be text posts. permalinkembedsaveparent[–]scylendreyi5 4690k, 290x XFX Double Dissipation, 16 GB 1833, Win 10 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(3 children)My XFX 290x DD could hit 90 C. this content Just depends on who/what/etc.
Suomi A make a tool, it checks to see if you have the correct drivers, if not, then you need to perform a full install form usb. Only the driver works on my board. And I don't see MS changing it any time soon.
Truly sad. Dis OMG thank Jesus, it seems to work. ATI as a company doesn't exist anymore, not even as a brand. If they would set Blender to be able to run on GPUs if the computer have it, it should shift rendering workload off the CPUs onto the GPUs.
But with maya and dual screen I had some glitches and problems. In the vast majority of cases, you cannot just offload work from the CPU to the GPU. I agree with Drakoes though, EVGA for nVidia and Sapphire for AMD. have a peek at these guys Almost all of these run exclusively on NVIDIA GPUs and have very limited features sets, compared to CPU-based renderers.
Either you got no or bad thermal compound, a bad or damaged fan, a dust clogged cooler or bad air circulation in your case, or you life somewhere where the day Almost always left one off because the benefits were rarely worth the random problems that would always turn up with both on. Joel Hruska Uh. I have never used DDU, nor have I ever needed to since Windows 7.
Blender can use any OpenGL 1.4 compliant GPU, however the GPU-rendering feature of Cycles currently only works on NVIDIA GPUs, AMD provides an inadequate OpenCL compiler (it runs out memory and As rumours go, this is pretty spectacular. There's no guarantee a different perspective will have the exact same scene complexity. 27/02/2015 at 01:53 BrickedKeyboard says: You don't keep them in lockstep. I have to say two things, one, the Blender wasn't designed to run on a professional graphic workstation.
If not: wtf is wrong with you Judging from your utterings you might want to go back and get some certifications or at least some counseling on how to use yours. If you do not want to spend the money, you won't be forced to. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]cvance10i7-6700K, GTX980ti, 16GB 7 points8 points9 points 1 year ago(1 child)One of the many things I don't like about NVidia as a company. He obviously has no technical expertise and is just a hater.
Combined with the fact that their coolers usually produce more noise than their msi/asus counterparts, they don't sell like hotcakes like they (appareantly) do in other countries. Opinionated Cat Lover The argument here is that DDU also clears out left-over files. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Nlorant4770k, 16gb ram, SLI GTX 780 11 points12 points13 points 1 year ago(4 children)No. Blender itself is causing my computer to shut down repeatedly by overheating the CPUs.
I'm sick and tired of most people screwing up even the most basic physics technology. Or maybe it is because games take more power from the CPU than the GPU after all. 26/02/2015 at 22:08 noodlecake says: I can't even afford one good graphics card! That's still not "good enough" for device drivers, IMO.