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Is My Graphic Card Compatible with ICLONE 7? (DX12)

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Hi. 
Tomorrow i firstly buy a new graphic card and then iclone pipeline version. 
So i need to decide if dx12 compatible with iclone 7. 
Also is PNY Nvidia Quadro P4000 8GB DDR5 256Bit 1792 Cuda fully compatible with iclone?
Or should i choose RTX1080Ti or GeForce RTX2080 Ti for iclone 7? 
Or which one you would suggest for quick rendering in iclone ? 
Since I need to get render fast (i'm a maya user) i must know what is the best and what is not available for iclone 7.
thanks.
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neoco1 (10/3/2018)
Hi. 
Tomorrow i firstly buy a new graphic card and then iclone pipeline version. 
So i need to decide if dx12 compatible with iclone 7. 
Also is PNY Nvidia Quadro P4000 8GB DDR5 256Bit 1792 Cuda fully compatible with iclone?
Or should i choose RTX1080Ti or GeForce RTX2080 Ti for iclone 7? 
Or which one you would suggest for quick rendering in iclone ? 
Since I need to get render fast (i'm a maya user) i must know what is the best and what is not available for iclone 7.
thanks.

Your best choice currently is either a GTX 1080Ti or RTX 2080 Ti. Quadro GPUs are not suitable for iClone and are usually more expensive.

iClone currently doesn't use the RTX features, and the performance improvements for iClone are not known, so the 1080 Ti would the least expensive option with the same amount of VRAM (11 GB). More VRAM is an important benefit.

If you are interested in using Iray (which will be supported by iClone in a couple of months), you could consider installing more than one GPU, because Iray supports that. iClone only supports one GPU, but Iray is independent of that.



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Generally speaking, the "gaming" cards are preferred over the "professional" cards.

The RTX 2080Ti is the king card today.  The "RTX" aspect has value-added for iClone use today or for the foreseeable future.
The GTX 1080Ti is also a very good card for iClone, and will cost a lot less.

If budget is not a concern, then grab the RTX 2080Ti.



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