GPU Acceleration Nvidia 1660

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Mar 11, 2021 Mar 11, 2021

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Hello!

As the title suggests I've been having issues with GPU acceleration using my Nvidia 1660, below are the full specs to my computer. To explain, when i first downloaded Premiere Pro I was using the 2020 edition, My computer was using a I3 8100 and all the same specs below, in the first video I edited i was able to use all of the video transitions (that i know of but spefically I had a video use "Iris Diamond") without a problem. After that video i was unable to use these transitions. I figured it might have something to do with my slow CPU and I needed to upgrade it anyways so I chose the I7 10700kf, however this had no effect. I am wondering if there is a file i might be able to change because i noticed there was for people using the 2016 edition. Also if needed I can upload a video to youtube showing everything if that would help, im hoping i might just have some setting wrong, and yes I have checked to make sure "Mercury playback engine GPU AcceleraTION (CUDA)" is inabled.

 

Current Computer Specs:
Processor: I7-10700KF (i havent overclocked it)

Graphics Card: PNY Nvidia 1660 6GB
Ram: Corsair 64GB 3600mhz CL16
Motherboard: MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Edge


I also have 5 drives
Drive 1- NVME 500GB (Adobe is installed on)
Drive 2- NVME 500GB
Drive 3- Hard drive 500GB 
Drive 4- SSD 550gb
Drive 5- 8TB Seagate Hard Drive 7200rpm (files used for videos are on this drive)

 

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Editing, Effects and Titles, Error or problem, Hardware or GPU

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Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

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What is exactly the issue you see? Can you post a screengrab?

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