|Mar 14, 2013, 10:28 PM||#1|
2X Graphics cards, which one is used by Final Cut Pro X?
I installed a GTX 570 in my Mac Pro. So far everything works great and it is recognized just fine. I left my GT 120 in there because I have the space and it is the native card.
I know with Resolve/CUDA the recommended set up is run the displays off the GT 120 and use the faster card just for CUDA. Does OpenCL in Final Cut X work the same way? Honestly, I haven't noticed much of a difference in Final Cut (although Lux Mark and other benchmark programs shows a very large performance increase). I am currently still running the displays off the GT120 and wondering if that is the problem.
|Mar 17, 2013, 10:43 AM||#3|
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