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Planning on being Frankenstein, will this monster stir to life?

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Go to solution Solved by SupaKomputa,

No. you can only render with 1 API at the same time.

My PC is a i9 9900k on Z390 Aorus Master, with Zotac 3080 Trinity OC. PSU is RM1000X. 

 

Last night, I managed to do something I've never done before and snagged a place in a flash sale. Managed to bag a Asus ROG Strix Liquid Cooled Radeon RX 6900 XT, at RX 6700 XT / 3070 prices (50 % off retail). From an authorized retailer, with free upcoming titles - forspoken, saints row and sniper elite 5. And a 'back to school' backpack. 🥳🤩🤑😜

 

I need the 3080 for resolve and ML, so that stays in my system.

 

Frankenstein's query - 

Will applications (resolve/blender, not games) be able to use rtx 3080 and rx 6900xt (Cuda and OpenCL at same time in Resolve) simultaneously? Will I be able to boot with both cards in the first place (display output on RTX)

 

Tried googling with little success. Then remembered LTT answers the really crazy qns.

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No. you can only render with 1 API at the same time.

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Both blender and resolve you need to choose one or the other.

 

For blender the 3080 is the default choice not a single doubt about it. The moment you let it ray trace accelerate the 6900xt becomes a very very very distant second.

 

Even letting all the cards render in opengl togheter would probably at best match a ray tracing 3080.

 

Id  just sell the extra cards off here. You dont have a use for them

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That's what I thought.. Will probably do that.

It was the original plan, but wanted to check once with the community

Thank you guys!

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