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I have been running Houdini the past year on a Geforce GTX 1660 GTX. Suddenly, this week Houdini decided to start crashing every time I place a couple nodes in the scene. There is no error message or crash log. I have tried to troubleshoot a few things but after talking with sidefx support they said my graphics card just isn't supported. After looking at what cards are supported though, I could downgrade to the GTX 10 series and be fine. are none of the 16 series really not supported on Houdini, or is there anything else I can do to solve this problem? would TDR delay solve the problem, or is that just a bad idea to mess with?
Hey guys saw a good deal on this pc by HP and was wondering if I should get it, here are the specs: Processor Type 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8700 Processor Cores 6 Processor Cache 12 MB System Bus 8 GT/s DMI3 RAM 12 GB Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Would definitely need an upgrade on the RAM, but other than that do you guys think it's a good buy? The graphics card is not listed on SideFX and that's my main concern.
I'm looking into graphics cards and i'm finding it hard to nail down exactly what to go for in terms of balancing budget with performance. Obviously getting the 1080ti would be better than the 1070 but there is, of course, the massive difference in price. Just within the 1070 model, limited to EVGA there are still multiple versions to decide between. Is there much wrong with going for the cheapest one? https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/products/video-card/#c=369&m=14&sort=price thanks everyone.
Hello people! I am buying a laptop workstation to use while traveling for a few months later this year and I don't know if I should buy a laptop with a Quadro or a GTX card in it. What are the pros & cons? (price excluded) Does Houdini run better in general on Quadro cards? Also, feel free to drop some laptop recommendations if you have any! I've got my eyes on a Dell Precision 7710. Best regards, //Simon