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Two GPUs/one case AMDworkstation/gamingGTX?

I am looking to build a mid rang work ststation/gaming PC, is it simple enough to switch between graphics cards when done game or 3D modeling? Like switching between the card despite they are from two different companies?

 

Possible build options. 

Motherboard Rog Strix B450-f 

Ryzen 5 2600x 

16GB of ram 3200mhz (to start with)

500w psu

1tb ssd

first graphics card

Gtx 1660 super or ti

secondary workstation card

Radeon Pro WX 3100 or 4100 depending on my budget when I figure out everything.

 

I don't need people telling me that I just need a GTX or one graphics card. 

 

This is an inquiry on wether or not you can switch between graphics cards from different companies, without their seperate drivers combating eachother at will at any time.

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With virtual machines, yes.

Most other configurations have been hit and miss with major driver issues and random black screen boots

Current Config:

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R5 2600X @4.1ghz all core, 16GB Patriot 3200mhz, 1TB XPG SX8200 Pro nvme, RTX 2070 Duke, CM Elite 110 mitx, pair of KRK Rokit 6 monitors with 10in sub, BenQ TH671ST projector for 150" screen. 

MSI Prestige 14 with too many cooling mods to list out (it's quiet now)

 

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1 minute ago, GhostRoadieBL said:

With virtual machines, yes.

Most other configurations have been hit and miss with major driver issues and random black screen boots

I was afraid of that, Maybe I should just stick with AMD cards so I switch between cards with AMD software. 

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That will be the easiest method 

Current Config:

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R5 2600X @4.1ghz all core, 16GB Patriot 3200mhz, 1TB XPG SX8200 Pro nvme, RTX 2070 Duke, CM Elite 110 mitx, pair of KRK Rokit 6 monitors with 10in sub, BenQ TH671ST projector for 150" screen. 

MSI Prestige 14 with too many cooling mods to list out (it's quiet now)

 

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