VrayforC4D 3.5+ & 12 GB GTX TITAN X Maxwell

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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #1
VrayforC4D 3.5+ & 12 GB GTX TITAN X Maxwell


My friend is selling his 12 GB GTX TITAN X Maxwell video card. Now I have Sapphire HD7950 in my Mac Pro, in comparison to Sapphire HD, GTX TITAN X will be helpful in fast view port and fast rendering OR not much difference....?

And what you suggest... more invest in old machine or wait for new iMac Pro....?

Old 2 Weeks Ago   #2
In my experience, viewport difference between most GPUs is minor for CG stuff (possibly due to bottlenecks with Apple's OpenGL). But that Titan will really come into its own if you're using CUDA-accelertaed apps like Octane, Redshift etc. Either way it'd be a useful card to have around.
Old 2 Weeks Ago   #3
Originally Posted by Darth Mole: possibly due to bottlenecks with Apple's OpenGL

This have very little to do with Apple OpenGL(with is generally 10/15% slower than Windows using the same hardware), it is mostly due to the slow single thread performance of old MP.
Old 2 Weeks Ago   #4
If you want to install a GTX Titan X, you need an additional power supply.http://frenchcinema4d.fr/showthread...mi-2010
Old 2 Weeks Ago   #5
No you don't, loads of people are running them on native internal power. MacVidCards sells a flashed vision with just two PCIe power cables.

Old 1 Week Ago   #6
Is the card at 100% ? I have a doubt.
Old 1 Week Ago   #7
Thanks guys for your suggestions.

Idea dropped, I think best is.... I will go the new Mac Pro which is hopefully coming in 2018 instead of invest more in old machine.


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