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  1. Whenever I want to render with the two NVIDIA RTX 2070 cards in my workstation, there is an error saying: "CUDA error: Not found in cuModuleGetGlobal(&cumem, &cubytes, cuModule, bind_name.c_str()), line 728" I'm using Windows 10 Pro AMD 2950X and 64GB RAM. When I render in Cycles for Blender 2.8 with the library from this post https://blenderartists.org/t/2-8-builds-for-rtx-cards/1136535/4 there is no error. Any recommendations, what i can do?
  2. I've cached a simple XP scene of flowing particles that have some turbulence, wind and drag. When I view the scene in the editor it looks great. I want to slow down the simulation for super slow motion, so I have modified the cache time scale to 5%. It looks great in the editor when I review/play. However, when I go to render with Cycles 4D, each frame is completely different from the last as if the seed is changing every frame- no relationship to the speed change I made and successfully see in the editor view. Any thoughts on why rendering is malfunctioning? Any scale other than 100% or -100% produces this render error.
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