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nazim.mer at gmail.com
Sun Jun 16 12:50:05 CEST 2013
Whats the performance like on the single/dual titan setup.
On 15 June 2013 13:07, Piotr Arlukowicz <piotao at gmail.com> wrote:
> some people have the Titan up and running. You have to build Blender
>> with the CUDA Toolkit 5.0 or 5.5 and build the sm_35 kernel.
>> Multiple Importance Sample is available on GPU.
>> The only features which are not available on GPU are SSS,
>> Non-Progressive integrator and OSL.
> Yes, the native blender builds from blender.org did not work properly
> with stock Titan drivers under windows 7. I tested the drivers from cd
> included to the card, and also with another drivers downloaded from
> nvidia.com/drivers (but at those time they weren't there, it was too
> early for nvidia probably, and for GTX Titan it stated 'nothing found').
> Blender complained to not have a hardware with compute capability 3.5. So,
> basic install from blender.org with GTX Titan and stock NVIDIA drivers
> was not working.
> This was a machine with two 8-core Intel Xeon 3.1GHz, 32GBram and two
> Titans in SLI. Unfortunately, I can't force it to work with official
> blender build, so the recompilation is necessary.
> Piotr Arlukowicz
> -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
> Version: 3.1
> GCS/ED/IT/S d++(-)>--pu s(+):(+)> a C++(+++)$@>++++$ ULAVISC*()$>+++$
> P++(+++)$>++++ L++(+++)$@>++++$ !E---(---)>++ W++(+++)$@>+++ N(+)>++ o--?
> !K-(-)>-$ w++(+)>-- !O-(-)>- !M-(-)>-- !V-(-)>- PS(+)>++ !PE()>+ Y PGP>+
> t(-) !5? !X R()>* tv- b++ DI++ D+(++)>+++ G++@ e++++>+++++ h---()>++ r+++
> ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
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