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Adobe After Effects, Premiere CC 2018 "Media Encoder" crash OS X 10.13.6 (17G13035) GTX 980 Ti

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Jul 02, 2020

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I'm runing right now on OS X 10.13.6 High Sierra, but this issue had been on Sierra too and all releases of High Sierra. So the system is not the issue. But what i think the issue are how adobe products take care of Nvidia GPU cards and the same issue was on GTX 680, GTX 1070 Ti, GTX 980 Ti. 

Changed everything in my mac Power supply, memory SSD disks, reinstall everything, etc... 
Crash are in random times, sometimes it crash even i have leaved after effects just open, GPU heats up so mutch, so after system just start to freeze - only by leaving opened After Effects. Sometimes it crash when rendering bach with Premiere using Adobe Media encoder. 

Adobe somehow block Nvidia GPU cooling by the same time i tested other applications and bench tests and GPU runs as it shoud be, it spin up fan and can run renders on Davinci Resolve for days, Bench tests can be run for days also and no crashing on all these GPU cards. And the same is with AE 2020, Premiere Pro 2020 - the same issue it somehow not take manage of Nvidia cards. I have all drivers, all cuda and web drivers installed, reinstalled - etc... Nothing helps, and as i read on forums this issue are present for ages and all what Adobe is saying that this is Nvidia issue. But why other company applications run faster, render faster and GPU work at full load without any issue? What is the catch? And why this issue is not fixed until this day? We are paying for adobe products, but no one from Adobe listen or fixing GPU managment issue from Adobe products side? 

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Adobe After Effects, Premiere CC 2018 "Media Encoder" crash OS X 10.13.6 (17G13035) GTX 980 Ti

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I'm runing right now on OS X 10.13.6 High Sierra, but this issue had been on Sierra too and all releases of High Sierra. So the system is not the issue. But what i think the issue are how adobe products take care of Nvidia GPU cards and the same issue was on GTX 680, GTX 1070 Ti, GTX 980 Ti. 

Changed everything in my mac Power supply, memory SSD disks, reinstall everything, etc... 
Crash are in random times, sometimes it crash even i have leaved after effects just open, GPU heats up so mutch, so after system just start to freeze - only by leaving opened After Effects. Sometimes it crash when rendering bach with Premiere using Adobe Media encoder. 

Adobe somehow block Nvidia GPU cooling by the same time i tested other applications and bench tests and GPU runs as it shoud be, it spin up fan and can run renders on Davinci Resolve for days, Bench tests can be run for days also and no crashing on all these GPU cards. And the same is with AE 2020, Premiere Pro 2020 - the same issue it somehow not take manage of Nvidia cards. I have all drivers, all cuda and web drivers installed, reinstalled - etc... Nothing helps, and as i read on forums this issue are present for ages and all what Adobe is saying that this is Nvidia issue. But why other company applications run faster, render faster and GPU work at full load without any issue? What is the catch? And why this issue is not fixed until this day? We are paying for adobe products, but no one from Adobe listen or fixing GPU managment issue from Adobe products side? 

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