I think AMD is crazy.
until 3 days ago with the old realease plugins everything worked with supported and unsupported card ...
today they decided to change the world.
it doesn't seem very correct .
that's the way and people buy Nvdia..........
Hi there. Brian here. (I help run the RPR project)
I apologize about the confusion. RPR itself (not just the plugin) removed compatibility for R9 Fury cards due to various issues with OpenCL in their driver. This wasn't updated in the device compatibility list, I'll make sure that gets updated.
If you want I can try and find an older build that works with them. You think 2.5 is ok?
yes the 2.5 would be ok for windows 10 64!
if you also had a 2.6 already filled it would be fantastic for those like me who love our dear gpu cards.
I saw your work on github and I congratulate you most sincerely!
it would also be nice to have a more detailed guide to fill in your work even for the less experienced.
Thanks for your kind reply.
Brian, thnks for answer and effort to put official info about r9 cards compatibility - I have just pick up rtx 2070 super, tried maxwell and redshift - works awesome! If I revert to prorender again - will definitely roll here to community if some new question arises
In your correct reply you just mentioned that the R9 Fury GPUs were incompatible. Does that also include Non-Fury R9 GPUs?
Reason I am asking since both Users in this thread have Non-Fury R9 which ProRender didn't recognize.
hell yeah r9 380x > ?
david s - said r9 non fury are included in ''not to work or not compatible'' - is this valid since we all got concluded that he is not amd employee, regular user or some sort of imposter?
It doesn't matter for me really since I got 2070 , just asking for second pc I've got?
clever question elstaci
David works on ProRender and is very good at helping to support users! What he has said is correct.
We no longer test on R9 Fury cards or anything before Rx 400 cards: List of AMD graphics processing units - Wikipedia What we call "Polaris" chips.
Now to be clear ProRender might still work on these, but in some cases definitely does not. Hope that helps. We're updating the compatibility list on our website to be more clear.
o.k, then my apologies to david_s - did not mean to insult anyone - it was just a misunderstanding.
thnkss for clear answer and effort.
Thanks for the clarification on the R9 GPUs and DAVID_S.
I updated my thread at General Discussions adding your reply clarifying both and also an apology to DAVID_S.