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Cycles will be able to use them both simultaneously with the CUDA backend, each will render separate tiles. For several reasons though, the result will probably be slower than just using the 2060. Since each card works on a different tile and there's no way for the other card to steal a tile once the first card claims it, you will eventually end up in a ...


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Try it and see what happens. It should work, but the older card will be significantly slower. Also, the amount of memory available for render will be that of the smaller card, so you might end up wasting resources from the newer GPU ,as it won't be used to the fullest. But there might be some benefit of using two cards if you hook up the monitor(s) to the ...


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I'm using Blender 2.79b rendering on the same GPU but in Google Colab, I force using GPU with a Python script. I had some difficulties but I found that Google put some restriction on the GPU. I just had to remove libtcmalloc-minimal4 package and reinstall it from Ubuntu repositories and now every thing is okay. Something like sudo apt-get remove ...


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