Will a Geforce GTX 1050 Ti be compatible with Premiere Pro? [Was: Graphics card?]

New Here ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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Does anyone know if this graphics card will be compatible with Premiere Pro CC? It's not on the list of recommended specs so I'm not sure if it has to be one of those.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050TI 4GB

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018
List is not accurate anymore.If the card has at least 1 gig VRAM it will work.Dont think mentioned card will be a problem.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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List is not accurate anymore.

If the card has at least 1 gig VRAM it will work.

Dont think mentioned card will be a problem.

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New Here ,
Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021

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So, does this mean the gtx 960m will still do the job?

 

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LEGEND ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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I am sorry to tell you this, but you have practiced poor forum etiquette. Responding to a thread with information that is not relevant to the original topic whose last response was a long time ago (a practice called "thread necroing").

 

With that said, as I have told another poster about the GTX 960M, it is effectively no longer supported in any currently available version of Premiere Pro. Here are the reasons why:

 

  • There are absolutely no Studio Drivers available at all for that GPU and any other 900-series and earlier GeForce GPUs.
  • The GTX 960m is not a true 900-series GeForce GPU at all - but it is actually a first-gen Maxwell part (GM107) which debuted in the GTX 750 series GPUs back in 2014 - more than seven years ago (whereas the desktop GTX 960 was based on the second-gen Maxwell GM206 part).
  • Beginning with the 440-series Nvidia graphics drivers, CUDA support for GPUs up to and including the first-gen Maxwell (GM1xx) parts have been depreciated: In the case of the GTX 960M, CUDA support is restricted to only CUDA 10.1 level even if the CUDA software itself is CUDA 11.x. In the near future, CUDA will be disabled at driver level for all legacy GPUs up to and including the GTX 960M.
  • Finally, at some point in the near future Nvidia will discontinue new driver releases for these older GPUs.

 

As it stands, don't be surprised that you have some stability and/or quality issues if you run any newer version of Premiere Pro with that GTX 960M. Adobe now requires a newer version of CUDA than what the GTX 960M supports at hardware level in order to run properly.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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Here's why it isn't listed:

Adobe could only test so many different GPUs, and when it tests GPUs, it tests most of the Quadro workstation GPUs but only the most expensive high-end GeForce gaming GPUs. So, Adobe can only list what it has tested. And the Quadros that Adobe tested have hardware specs that are comparable to those of many of the lower-end GeForce GPUs, so Adobe doesn't test the lesser GeForces.

If on the other hand Adobe tested a given GPU, and found it to be incompatible with the MPE GPU acceleration mode, then Adobe would have listed that GPU on a separate list called "should be used only in MPE Software Only mode".

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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I am honestly pretty sure it's an new graphics card so I don't know why it won't

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LEGEND ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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It'll work fine.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 01, 2018 Sep 01, 2018

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Yes. But whether it's worth it depends in large part on the CPU that the OP is going to use it with. One would not want to use it in a system that's equipped with a high-end 14-core CPU because the GPU would then become the limiting factor. However, that same GTX 1050 Ti would be perfectly fine in a lower-end PC with only a quad-core CPU.

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LEGEND ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Yes. But whether it's worth it depends in large part on the CPU that the OP is going to use it with.

I understand your idea, but disagree with your phrasing.

It'll function regardless of CPU choice (assuming a compatible motherboard).  It will show the GUI and accelerate various render jobs.  It'll "work".

You're talking about efficiency of the system as a whole, which is a valid subject, but not the question directly asked.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Of course, even though it is not on the Adobe Premiere Pro white list it will work, so take it easy and enjoy it.

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Enthusiast ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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michelleb40567155  escribió

Does anyone know if this graphics card will be compatible with Premiere Pro CC? It's not on the list of recommended specs

It does not matter, it fulfills the requirements, to your doubt it is, Yes.

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Yup

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Until this thread is marked Correct, everybody reading this thread will post saying that it will work, so as I don't want not to be left out:

Yes, it will work. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Exactly jajajajaj

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New Here ,
Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Thanks for the replies everyone.

I bought a computer with a Radeon R7 (and M265) GPU and Premiere started freezing just after starting a project. I was on chat support with Adobe and he said that it wasn't supported by the latest version of Premiere (and could not disable both cards). So before I buy another computer I need to know if it is supported (Hind at Adobe support was no help this time).

So just to clarify:

Similar GPUs to the listed ones will be compatible?

I'm looking at this one (or the original post):

Intel i7-3630QM 16GB Ram Nvidia GeForce GTX 670

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New Here ,
Sep 03, 2018 Sep 03, 2018

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I use a GTX 960 and Premiere works just fine on it (for the most part -- other areas of my computer could be improved, haha).

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Explorer ,
Nov 12, 2018 Nov 12, 2018

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Having a lots of CUDA playback issues (CUDA playback dropping off, black screen after few minutes) with Dell XPS 15 9750 with Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti.  I got it to work reliably with and older GeForce driver (397.93) which I can no longer install because Win 10 64 automatic updates.  The newer GeForce drivers  416.34 and 416.81 (compatible with Win 10 64 Built 17134) have CUDA playback issues with laster version of Premiere Pro CC (Version 13.0.1 (built 13). You can revert your project to Open CL mode which works reliably but much slower export/playback.  Really frustrating with a new machine....

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LEGEND ,
Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018

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Here is part of the cause for Nvidia driver issues in Windows:

Like many users, you probably upgraded the drivers in place, allowing the installation to simply overwrite the older drivers. This may result in both newer and older components clashing with one another - and the preferences with the old drivers aren't fully compatible with those of the newer drivers. To minimize that risk, the recommended procedure is to use the Custom installation option, and check "Perform a clean installation"..

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018

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Especially so with the newer series of drivers as they were released a while back. Doing that custom clean install is something I need to remember to suggest, thanks for mentioning this!

Neil

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 16, 2018 Nov 16, 2018

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Hi Michelle. Are you on a Mac or Windows machine?

The 1050, while not being listed on the compatibility list will in fact be seen by Premiere Pro as long as you have CUDA installed.

if only the graphic card driver is installed it will not be seen so please ensure CUDA drivers are up to date.

I trust this will be of assistance

Mo

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New Here ,
Dec 03, 2018 Dec 03, 2018

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Same Machine and same issues for me. I don't think its acceptable to have a paid software that doesn't render videos at speeds from this decade on one of the most popular gpu's on the planet right now. If I use it in normal open CL  rendering mode I get all purple and green horizontal lines across the project during any playback or editing process. Its not worth it until there's a fix..... and they seem to be taking their sweet time unfortunately.

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Adobe Employee ,
Dec 03, 2018 Dec 03, 2018

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Hi Karen,

I hope you are on Windows machine with Intel card + NVidia Card on your machine.

NVidia has released a new driver 417.01 on 11/26/18 so please update to that and for Intel and Green/Pink line issue, update the Intel card from below KB link.

Resolution for an issue where green, purple, or pink haze appears in the Source or Program monitors,...

Hope this helps.

//Vinay

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Enthusiast ,
Jun 21, 2019 Jun 21, 2019

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Hi, did you ever get your GTX 1050 Ti to function properly using CUDA?   I'm in the same boat and it's sinking fast.

Any advice would be highly appreciated.

I installed CUDA 10.1 latest driver  and tried the Nvidia driver 26.21.14.3086  and 25.21.14.1967  all with clean installs and clean re installs of ppro v13.0.2 , still doesn't work.  On a reboot, I see the image one time, but when I open another sequence or a clip, the monitors go black. Same sh*t.  Very frustrating. It was working fine for about a month or so, then BAM.

Have a great set up:

AMD Ryzen 7 1800x 8 core

WIN 10 64Bit

32GB Ram fast everything and brain chip around 3.9

and just editing simple standard DV.

I still can't believe that PPro is what 15 years in the making and today, I can't get the dam monitor to work???? It's insane. This program is infested with bugs and too many cross variables with other products.

Anyways, I'm stuck so please send your wisdom and experience to those of us who are out on a ledge.

Thanks,

Letty

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 21, 2019 Jun 21, 2019

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Dont install the cuda driver on a windows machine. Only the graphics card driver.

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Jun 21, 2019 Jun 21, 2019

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