bepeg4d wrote:@ jhansen and Gianluca: I think that this is related to the same issue with Demo mode that starts after some time of rendering, and should be solved in the next version.
twinsense wrote:Goldorak wrote:Dear Octane community,
Can I mix octane X (Metal) and OctaneRender 2020 (CUDA) render nodes over net render?
You cannot mix Metal and Cuda over net render - yet - Octane X is a version ahead of CUDA, and we need to sync them together after Octane X macOS 11 and after OctaneRender 2020.2 are done. The release after those is where we would have the first opportunity to support mixed Metal/CUDA network rendering.
Is this working already? Because im working with a MAC and windows/Nvidea based render PC. Anyone knows?
stevelong03 wrote:@bepeg4d Hi! Beppe. Here is the screen shots.
Looking forward your replay. Thank you so much!
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
bepeg4d wrote:@ jhansen and Gianluca: I think that this is related to the same issue with Demo mode that starts after some time of rendering, and should be solved in the next version 192.168.1.1.
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