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  1. If anyone has issues after manually installing the Nvidia driver on Linux, the solution (at least for me) is to run the installer again but follow with a -uninstall command and then use Software&Updates to reinstall the proper driver.
  2. The Great Transmutator Contest

    Hello VFX community! We (PopcornFX & Real Time VFX) are organizing a VFX contest! Send your submission until April 13th to be one of the 3 winners of our sponsored VFX challenge! Huge thanks to our partner #RealTimeVFX & our great sponsors HoudiniSideFX Substance by Allegorithmic NVIDIA Jury & prizes to be announced shortly! Stay tuned Follow the link and take your chance to get cool prizes! https://realtimevfx.com/t/competition-the-great-transm…/1841
  3. I've gone ahead and added additonal PPA's to get more recent versions of the Nividia driver. http://ppa.launchpad.net/graphics-drivers/ppa/ubuntu which gives me version 375.20 Is there anything wrong with getting more recent drivers this way? The default PPA included with my ubuntu-mate install http://ppa.launchpad.net/nemh/systemback/ubuntu had a much older version.
  4. Hi Plan on building a power user Houdini machine to replace my 4 yr old iMac. My understanding is that GPU based renderer's like Octane, Redshift work very well with dual GPU's, so after a bit of research my first choice is to go with dual NVIDIA 1070's. Can anyone familiar with GPU's suggest a reason that the extra $ for 1080's or higher warrants the extra cost? My budget will be around $2500 US for everything and it has to last me for the next 5 years. Here is a starting point I am using (ugly case recommendation but otherwise...) http://techbuyersguru.com/2500-extreme-4k-gaming-pc-build
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