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- Jan 11 2019, 10:47 PM (22 w, 5 d)
Sun, Jun 16
EDIT: This also seems to be a driver issue, I just uninstalled all the drivers for the GPUs, did two rounds of clean-ups using Guru3Ds DisplayDriverUninstaller and then reinstalled the latest driver version for the GPUs (19.6.2). Now it does render on 3GPUs quite stable, however when using the GPU connected to my monitors, after a short time the whole Screen turns black for a few seconds and when it shows my desktop again blender either has crashed or has turned into a white window. That also happens every time and is reproducable across different scenes. However in an older version of Blender 2.8 (prior to 2019-06-01) rendering on 4 GPUs has worked without any issues.
EDIT: Just uninstalled all the drivers for the GPUs and did two rounds of clean-ups using Guru3Ds DisplayDriverUninstaller in Safemode and things work again. Seemed to be an issue on my end, works again right now.
I have the same issue in Blender 2.8, 0fd96b4128ff
I have 4 GPUs installed but blender shows 8 GPUS.
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May 20 2019
Apr 16 2019
No, unless it is impossible for VDB to handle different smoke colours. To recreate the issue:
Add Smoke Domain
Add two different Smoke-Flow-Objects
Set different Smoke Colors for the objects
Set Cache Type to OpenVDB
Apr 15 2019
After further investigation it turned out that in fact an OpenVDB-cache can't handle different types of smoke color.