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I am using this graphic card, but I don't know how to render via this GPU? Is it possible? And how to do it because I don't see in options to choose my GPU. Tnx

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The opencl support needed to use an AMD card is not 100%. The list of supported cards hasn't been updated for a while, with some other cards also being reported to work to varying degrees.

First check that your gpu drivers are up to date. The opencl libraries provide the list of available hardware that blender uses to offer available GPU options.

While I'm not sure if the devs are interested in bug reports relating to opencl, they generally appreciate reports of what hardware works and what doesn't.

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  1. Go to File -User preference
  2. Select system (to the Right on the menu).
  3. Comtute device(down to the left, on the menu) - select CUDA, then your graphic card.
  4. Then use Cycles Render, go to Render-> Device-> select GPU instead of CPU.
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    $\begingroup$ CUDA only works with nvidia cards, the user has an AMD card. $\endgroup$ – sambler Feb 10 '17 at 11:10

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