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I recently had a new desktop built. My video card is a Nvidia GTX 1070. It is an 8GB card. when I look at my message log it says I only have 4GB of ram.
OpenGL Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
OpenGL Renderer: GeForce GTX 1070/PCIe/SSE2
OpenGL Version: 3.3.0 NVIDIA 384.76
OpenGL VRam: 4095
OpenGL GPU Count: 1
OpenGL GPU VRam: 4095
OpenGL GPU Driver Name: nvoglv64
OpenGL GPU Driver Date: 6-27-2017
OpenGL GPU Driver Version: 18.104.22.16876
OpenGL GPU Model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
OpenGL GPU Device Path: pci\ven_10de&dev_1b81
Here is my system.
Windows 10 Pro
Intel Core i7-6900K
Nvidia GTX 1070
Crucial MX300 275GB SSD
Crucial 4X4GB DDR4 2400 RAM
Anyone have a similar issue? I have Chief X8 and X9 on this system. The message log in both programs say the same thing. If anyone is running Windows 10 Pro with an 8GB card can they have a look at their message log and tell me if you are getting a similar message? This could just be a logging issue.
Does someone have a video card that works fantastic using Home Design Architectural? Mine meets all the "specs", but will not render any image at all. It appears that this chipset is not supported by the HDA 2018 software. One post says that the chipset drivers need to be 2014 or newer. If that is the case, please put that in the list of system requirements. And a list of good, better, best video cards would be much better than repeating that moronic mantra to "update your drivers". The latest and greatest update on for my drivers is 2010.
Updated my presentation screen to a 65" 4k TV. Note it is not for production, client show & tell only, (and the Superbowl party when the Seahawks get back in it in '17 ). Its attached to a first generation i7 cpu 16 GB system. It has HDMI 2.0 capability so I'm looking for a low cost 4k HDMI 2.0 video card to push the Chief screen images out to it. Since Chief does not use the GPU to render, it doesn't have to be a Titan card. I'm looking at the nVidea 950 and 960 cards as the current lowest cost, single cable (not split screen) cards out there. Since each card has multiple version options has anyone found how well the 2GB vs 4GB, 'low # vs high #" of shaders etc... performance with Chief at 4k resolution? Is HDMI 2.0 still limited to 6' cables? Most of what I've found online is pre 2015.
Thanks for your input.