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Blender 2.82's NVIDIA OptiX Support Is Performing Very Well

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  • #11
    you are losing the fact that rtx denoising in blender is being developed by an nvidia developer ....
    or maybe it's better to say a developer sponsored by nvidia.
    😉
    Last edited by nokipaike; 03-05-2020, 02:01 PM.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Dunexus View Post

      #BlenderJustTriesToPerformTheBestOnEachPlatformUsi ngAvailableTechnologiesAndFrameworksAndDoesItVeryW ell
      #NoItDoesNotBecauseOpenCLStillIsSlowerThanCUDAAndI fItActuallyDidItWouldSupportHIPProRenderOrSomeOthe rAMDOnlyTech

      I can see 4 NVIDIA fanboys out there.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

        #NoItDoesNotBecauseOpenCLStillIsSlowerThanCUDAAndI fItActuallyDidItWouldSupportHIPProRenderOrSomeOthe rAMDOnlyTech

        I can see 4 NVIDIA fanboys out there.
        What stops AMD from funding Blender developer if no volunteers in sight (not sure if this is the case)?

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        • #14
          Cycles with OpenCL last year has been greatly improved especially the compilation phase of the kernels before rendering.
          This development was sponsored by AMD.

          On the development of Optix there is now a developer who is supported by NVIDIA I'm not sure if he is directly an developer of NVIDIA.
          Last edited by nokipaike; 03-06-2020, 04:27 AM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by nokipaike View Post
            you are losing the fact that rtx denoising in blender is being developed by an nvidia developer ....
            or maybe it's better to say a developer sponsored by nvidia.
            😉
            If it's a denoiser exclusively available to RTX cards how could it affect AMD performance?

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