2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 11, 2016 2:45 PM by RoninEdits

    Pascal GPU Cards

    imageswami

      Hi:

       

      I plan to use a Titan X (Pascal) card to drive my monitors and a P40 (Pascal) or a P6000 (Pascal) Quadro for GPU acceleration. Will this configuration work or do all the GPU cards have to be identical (i.e. 2 Titan-X, 2 P6000 Quadro, etc.).

       

      Thanks.

        • 1. Re: Pascal GPU Cards
          Peru Bob Adobe Community Professional & MVP

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          • 2. Re: Pascal GPU Cards
            RoninEdits Most Valuable Participant

            its often reversed for people looking for 10bit display. a cheap quadro to run the monitors and a powerful gtx for cuda compute. this can be controlled by the nvidia control panel. rather than mixing quadro and gtx, its more common to see a display i/o card to drive a 10bit full screen playback monitor and let the rest of the screens run from the gtx. if you don't need 10bit out, just stick with the gtx cards. if using multiple gpu's for cuda compute, they don't have to be identical but should be similar in performance.