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Guillermo Gomez asked ·

[gpu] an error happened during GPU rendering : Unknown error

I have a bug while trying to render using the gpu in the newest beta.

it happens with every scene i create, but it did not happen before. i have a 960M with 

the 419.67 drivers.


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Ashley Handscomb Retallack answered ·

Can you try the latest version 3.2.0.1 from https://www.arnoldrenderer.com/arnold/download/

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Guillermo Gomez answered ·

@Ashley Handscomb Retallack

Thanks for taking your time answering. Nope, still not working in the new one.

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Stephen Blair answered ·

Unfortunately, 900 series cards are supported on Linux only.

Maxwell GPUs (GeForce 9xx, Quadro Mxxx) are supported on Linux. On Windows, only Maxwell Quadro GPUs are supported at the moment.

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Jordan Nelson answered ·

@Stephen Blair

Is that official support or compatibility with GPU rendering?

I've actually gotten my GTX 960 to run with Arnold for the past few days. I'm also using Windows 8.1.

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Guillermo Gomez answered ·

@Stephen Blair

that´s true. i only updated to the latest drivers because of a suggestion, but with the drivers before march 25, i could do gpu rendering without issue.

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Stephen Blair answered ·

I don't see a Content Creator driver for GTX 960

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Jordan Nelson answered ·

@Stephen Blair

I was using Game Ready Drivers 419.35 & 419.67, but I haven't actually ran into any rendering issues so far.

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