Nvidia Quadro 4000 2GB 256bit PCI-E 16x 2.0 Video Card - works ok with Premiere Pro

Explorer ,
Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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I want run Adobe Premiere Pro in my old HP WORKSTATION XEON - the problem is GRAPHICS CARD VRAM ONLY 1GB

 

HP Workstation Xw6600 XEON, RAM 32GB DDR2, to replace old nvidia graphics card 1GB, because limits this to Not run Adobe Premiere Pro cc,... The below card works with Adobe Premiere Pro cc 2018+, Windows10 Pro 64-Bit? 

 

HP 707253-001 Nvidia Quadro 4000 2GB 256bit PCI-E 16x 2.0 Video Card

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Enthusiast ,
Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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Not recommended. Nvidia Quadro 4000 is based on Fermi chip, means not supported by NVidia anymore. Latest driver release is from 2017.

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Explorer ,
Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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Thanks for clarification 

 

What about

Nvidia Quadro K1200 4GB GDDR5 4x Mini-DP PCI-e Video Card 846583-001

 

...?

 

 

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Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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Thanks for clarification 

 

What about

Nvidia Quadro K1200 4GB GDDR5 4x Mini-DP PCI-e Video Card 846583-001

Or

NVIDIA Quadro K2000 graphics card 2GB GDDR5 DP Support 4K 2X DisplayPort DVI

...?

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Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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Quadro K1200 4GB is equivalent to a consumer GTX 750, both based on the same Maxwell GM107 chip. Should suite well for your system, assuming you do not have to pay a fortune for it

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Explorer ,
Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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So, (PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING)

You prefer the: 

105 US$ FROM EBAY:

Nvidia Quadro K1200 4GB GDDR5 4x Mini-DP PCI-e Video Card 846583-001

Rather Than:

87.00 US$ FROM EBAY:

NVIDIA Quadro K2000 graphics card 2GB GDDR5 DP Support 4K 2X DisplayPort DVI

CORRECT

?

Both working for my system...?

 

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Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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In addition,

Price for K1200 4GB - is reasonable for a used card...?

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Enthusiast ,
Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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K2000 is based on a Kepler architecture. Might work for now, but is not future proof. I'd prefer K1200 among these two. Or look for 2GB GTX 750 card from a good seller, for about 70-80$.

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Apr 25, 2021 Apr 25, 2021

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Apr 26, 2021 Apr 26, 2021

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Here's the problem with the K2000:

 

It is based on the first-gen Kepler architecture, using a GK107 chip that made its debut with the GeForce GT 640 - and in fact is a slower-clocked version of the GeForce GTX 650. As such, the newest Nvidia drivers for that GPU now no longer support CUDA for such an older part, as Nvidia itself had completely discontinued support for all GPUs with Compute Capability 3.0 beginning with the release of CUDA 11.0. That means that the newest drivers will install, but CUDA will be disabled. That may force newer versions of Premiere Pro to the software-only rendering mode (no GPU acceleration whatsoever).

 

The K1200 isn't much better: It is based on the first-gen Maxwell architecture using the GM107 chip, whose Compute Capability version is 5.0. Nvidia, beginning with the release of CUDA 10.2, had depreciated all GPUs with Compute Capability below 5.2 (in other words, anything older than the second-gen Maxwell GM2xx parts). As such, CUDA capability for the K1200 will be locked to CUDA 10.2 compatibility even when running CUDA 11.x drivers.

 

And even without factoring any of the above points, the K2000 is clearly inferior (specs-wise) to the K1200. Higher numbered parts are not better, in this case. The K2000 has only 384 CUDA cores and a memory throughput of only 64 GB/s, versus 512 CUDA cores and an 80 GB/s memory throughput of the K1200.

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