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When rendering my CPU usage is at 100% and my GPU usage is at 1%. The rendering is taking so long. I have the GTX 1080 so I should be able to render my object very fast.

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mouayad.al123
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When rendering my CPU usage is at 100% and my GPU usage is at 1%. The rendering is taking so long. I have the GTX 1080 so I should be able to render my object very fast.

How do I make Fusion use my GPU or both GPU and CPU to make my renderings faster?

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The first thing to make sure of is that Fusion 360 is actually using your dedicated GPU.  Often if you have an "onboard" graphics chip and you also have a dedicated video card, Fusion may pick up the wrong one to use.  This was my case until I used the Nvidia Setup routine to tell Fusion 360 to use my Quadro 2000M, a rather old card but better than the onboard graphics.  So go here and make sure for yourself.

 

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The Rendering/Raytracing in Fusion 360 does not utilize the GPU at all. It is completely executed on the CPU.
Peter Doering
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harpo3196
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Same problem here.

 

CPU: i5 12400

GPU: RX 6650 XT 8Gig

 

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In rending 100% CPU.............. 1% GPU

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