2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 26, 2015 8:30 AM by Szalam

    Can't enable Ray-traced 3D with Titan X and i7 5960X


      How can I get ray-traced 3D to work.

      I have a Titan X and an i7 5960X the most powerful GPU and i7 out there, but I get warnings saying that the project may exceed GPU limits.


      I have the latest Nvidia driver 353.30, 32GB RAM, and 12GB VRAM so that's obviously not the issue. I've read that the Titan X may have a support issue, but is there any way I can still enable the ray-traced 3D? I bought After Effects specifically so I could do 3D text effects with my videos. From my little experience I've heard that the geometry options won't come on unless I have ray traced enabled.


      Is there anything I could do?