Wow, thanks!bepeg4d wrote:@ Weezer: Great
@ atoyuser1: I have a solution, but it is not very elegant
You need to take this guy here:
Then remove the cover, and modify the fan position to be able to mount 2x full length GPUs:
Then use an external PSU for powering the GPUs:
It is quite a mess for the cables, but it works great, and super silent
AMD Big Navi 6800/6900 XT support in Apple Metal driver should be already available in Mac Os 11.3 beta 3, so they should be supported in the upcoming 11.3 stable update.
Weezer wrote:It's been a long wait, but finally I have Octane X rocking all three GPUs in my Mac Pro! Thanks for the year's Enterprise subscription (was easy to get and install). Everything seems to be working just fine!
Jedi_blade wrote:Weezer wrote:It's been a long wait, but finally I have Octane X rocking all three GPUs in my Mac Pro! Thanks for the year's Enterprise subscription (was easy to get and install). Everything seems to be working just fine!
Which three are you running.
Pixege wrote:I confirm there is a problem with Octane X® (Mac Pro) Enterprise for Cinema 4D® PR8.
When rendering the animation, a watermark overlays the render passes after a while. Sometimes it does this after 5 frames and sometimes after 50. Main Render has no watermark, but the animation stops there and Octane render the same frames.
bepeg4d wrote:Hi Gianluca,
can you share some logs about “ rectangular areas with different luminosity”?
It could be related to almost finished system RAM.
If you render at 2000x1500 it works, correct?
The frame buffer is handled in RAM in Octane.
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