Question How to setup two different GPUs in one system?

Jan 4, 2022
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Hey, I recently got an Nvidia Tesla K80 with the purpose of machine learning and other AI applications. I have managed to get it to work in my main PC and installed the driver for it. However, this install uninstalled the video drivers for my RTX 2060 and upon reinstalling those drivers, the drivers for my K80 were uninstalled. I want the K80 to be a separate GPU (Of course, I know it can't work with the 2060) but I don't know how to get both of them working at once.

Specs:
Ryzen 7 5800x
RTX 2060
32GB RAM @ 3200 (4x8GB)
Asus ROG Strix B550-F
Corsair RM1000x
 

kanewolf

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Hey, I recently got an Nvidia Tesla K80 with the purpose of machine learning and other AI applications. I have managed to get it to work in my main PC and installed the driver for it. However, this install uninstalled the video drivers for my RTX 2060 and upon reinstalling those drivers, the drivers for my K80 were uninstalled. I want the K80 to be a separate GPU (Of course, I know it can't work with the 2060) but I don't know how to get both of them working at once.

Specs:
Ryzen 7 5800x
RTX 2060
32GB RAM @ 3200 (4x8GB)
Asus ROG Strix B550-F
Corsair RM1000x
How are you cooling the K80? They are usually passive cooling.
 
Jan 4, 2022
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How are you cooling the K80? They are usually passive cooling.
As of now, I have removed the plastic shroud and have placed a fan beneath the card blowing upwards. This isn't my final cooling solution, which will probably be a 97mm blower fan with the shroud on.
 

kanewolf

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