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trying to get pic related to work on Debian Buster + blender 2.8, having issues because of the newer kernel, i think (it's targeted at ubuntu 16.04).
I have a Rx 580, it's pretty good with cycles, but i guess amd's stuff would work better with a ryzen+radeon combo.
Is it any good?
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>AMD

hope you an hero
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>>693431
It's the only GPU renderer at the moment besides Cycles which works on an AMD GPU so... meh? See if it's any better, but I'd personally wait for Octane.
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>>693443
Why is octane so popular? I have an rx 580 and and prorender works well for me.
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>>693437
You're a fucking retard brainwashed by corporations to the point that you dont see that people use hardware to make stuff and not to form some weird "loyalty" to a faceless company, like you have.
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I haven't used it for a few versions, I found prorender better for archvis and products than cycles but was a little behind in features for characters with skin and hair.
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>>693431
Install windows 10.



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