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  1. Hi xp community. I've used fragment on an object in my scene but the object that the fragmented produces is not being seen by the Gi. anyone experienced this? Cheers
  2. I did a test render with Cycles 4D and as it turns out, CUDA with both CPU and GPU devices ticked seemes to be the fastest rendering option. My question is how does this option function, what renders with CPU and what with GPU? My GPU: RTX 2080ti My CPU: i9 9980xe HWMonitor shows both CPU and GPU in full load, but the CPU is all over the place from around 3.2 to 4.6Ghz I believe when rendering only with CPU, Cycles uses AVX-2 (I noticed that it doesn't pass the 3.4Ghz mark set for AVX-2)!? Am I wright? So... how does it work so I can overclock my workstation?
  3. 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?