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Stable supported GPU on older i7 4790?

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Aug 16, 2020

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Pr2020 doesn't support intel HD4600 anymore, or my off-brand R7 240. I'm running an older i7 4700 series box with a PCIe 3.0 slot and a 500watt PS. Been out of the loop on GPUs for years. Don't care if it's AMD or nVidia, I have a lot of work to get done now and I'm sick of this thing crashing everytime I touch Lumetri.What's been ya'lls choice for stable cards in the latest Pr?

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Stable supported GPU on older i7 4790?

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Aug 16, 2020

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Pr2020 doesn't support intel HD4600 anymore, or my off-brand R7 240. I'm running an older i7 4700 series box with a PCIe 3.0 slot and a 500watt PS. Been out of the loop on GPUs for years. Don't care if it's AMD or nVidia, I have a lot of work to get done now and I'm sick of this thing crashing everytime I touch Lumetri.What's been ya'lls choice for stable cards in the latest Pr?

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Aug 17, 2020

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The RTX 2060 or 2060 super should work just fine. An RTX 2080 would be overkill. That being said the RTX 3000 series should be out in a couple of months. You could get an RTX 3070 and use for now and install it in your next build. The choice is yours.

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