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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-15-2020, 05:27 PM - Thread Starter
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DaVinci resolve problems with 5870x2

DaVinci is saying that I don't have OpenCL, therefore it will not work. Is this something that I can install via software? If so, where would I find it, I can't seem to find anything online relating to this graphics card and OpenCL. I downloaded gpu_z and the OpenCL is unchecked. Am I going to have to buy a new graphics card just to run this program?
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Are you using the 15.7.1 WHQL driver? The latest beta doesn't seem support open cl. So try installing or rolling back to the 15.7.1 WHQL driver.

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I'll try rolling back.
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Some of the 5xxx series AMD cards did not support all or some versions of OpenCL


My old 5770 was like that. I could not do folding after a certain client version of the [email protected]




Consider this though, in your position with a pair of 5870's, a single GTX 1050 none TI would blast their computing abilities. And you can find a GTX 1050 for under $100.




That opens you up to selling the 5870's if you dont have any attachment to them, and maybe make 30-40 of each one on ebay. There are always people looking for specific cards, perhaps they want to replace an old system for nostalgia's sake.
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AMD didn't support the HD5870 very well and they quit making drivers for it a few years ago. That is probably your issue. I would roll back your resolve version

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Thank you all. I guess it's time to look for a new card.
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AMD didn't support the HD5870 very well and they quit making drivers for it a few years ago. That is probably your issue. I would roll back your resolve version
What?! 5870 was the most supported card and had the longest run/reign of any AMD GPU to date! I agree with the rolling back.

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What?! 5870 was the most supported card and had the longest run/reign of any AMD GPU to date! I agree with the rolling back.
5 years is a long time? It was released in 2010 and the last stable driver release was late 2015. Compare that to the HD7770 which still gets modern driver support more than 7 years later.

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5 years is a long time? It was released in 2010 and the last stable driver release was late 2015. Compare that to the HD7770 which still gets modern driver support more than 7 years later.
HD7770 is not a flagship card, but point proven.
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Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 16 Exits Beta

Featuring new AI-powered features to make video editing and color grading easier and more powerful, Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve Studio 16 makes use of several NVIDIA AI libraries, and the Tensor Cores found on the latest NVIDIA RTX GPUs, to accelerate inferencing. RTX-powered AI features include:

Speed Warp, which interpolates frames when changing the playback speed of videos resulting in smooth slow-motion with fewer artifacts
Super Scale, to increase footage resolution by up to 4x
Auto color and shot matching to accelerate the color grading workflow
Facial recognition for automatic tagging of clips for smart bins and tracking of facial features easy feature refinement
Stylize for creating artistic looks on video footage
“DaVinci Resolve 16 Studio uses the latest multiple GPU innovations for AI and deep learning,” said Dan May, Blackmagic Design’s USA president. “With the new DaVinci Neural Engine using NVIDIA CUDA 10 and TensorFlow acceleration, our tests show a better than 2x performance increase over previous NVIDIA GPUs. These same GPUs are also used for decoding and debayering Blackmagic RAW images which makes them an attractive investment.”

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