GPU rendering engines like OctaneRender and Redshift utilize the computational power of the graphics processing chips on video cards to create photo-realistic images and animations. The more powerful the video card, the faster the rendering process goes – and multiple video cards can be used together to further improve performance. But can those video cards be a mix of different models, or do they all need to be identical?
Redshift is a GPU-based rendering engine, which recently updated from version 2.5.72 to 2.6.11. That update added compatibility with NVIDIA’s Volta GPU architecture, and cards like the Titan V, but did it also improve render speeds?
Redshift is a GPU-based rendering engine, and the latest version 2.6.11 introduced compatibility with NVIDIA’s Volta graphics architecture and cards like the Titan V. Lets take a look at how different GeForce and Titan models perform.
Redshift is a GPU-based rendering engine, but how well does its performance scale when multiple video cards are used in a system?