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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I'm still confused...
In the link you just sent me... on right side it reads:
This bug has been fixed in Premiere Pro CC 2014 (8.0)
This bug has been fixed in After Effects CC 2014 (13.0)
Please update these applications to avoid this issue.
So where does that leave me?
See the other thread you posted the same thing...
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If U have the correct files it will work I belive.
My issue is actually more on the Intel driver side on the Dell XPS 15 w/ GTX1050 Ti. I did a clean install on the Nvidia driver but there is not such an option on the Intel driver who keeps reverting to version .5037 (from .6373) at every Windows update. And that driver is not playing well at all with CUDA. I checked the "disable win update temporarily" which should keep my system untouched for a month or so...
Windows and their incremental "useful" updates lol.
I thank God my PC days are over and the only time I go near windows is for my render farm lol.
Good idea keeping auto updates off but be sure not to miss any important ones
Hey, you aware the number of Mac only issues around here? Ain't no one really being "our friend" right now.
Hehehe yes but u know me and my macs
Hi, folks...I've been using the 1050 Ti for several years. I just upgraded my system (in November) to i7-8700/32GB DDR4 RAM and of course new M/B (ASUS PRIME Z390-A). My current experience is that the 1050 Ti is now the bottleneck in my system. It works...but occasionally I have a jittery picture and very occasionally the image goes completely black. The only fix is saving, exiting, reopening PPro. I believe the card is the cause because when experiencing these items I open CAM Desktop and the GPU is showing 100% usage.
I think that the 768 cores and 4GB VRAM are just not enough. I'd love some recommendations from the great people here who could tell me: my inclination is to upgrade, perhaps to RTX 2060 or 2070. 2070 would double my VRAM and increase core count to 2304. 2060 is $150 less (coming soon, not yet released) has 1920 cores, 6GB GDDR6 VRAM.
I guess my questions are: Will I likely get fewer session failures with one of these cards, 2) given that I'm not a gamer, "only" a video editor, will I get enough bang for the buck to spend the extra $150 shekels on the RTX 2070 vs. the 2060, and 3) by making this move, am I significantly future-proofing myself? Thanks...
Both would be significant upgrades. What's the CPU?
Hi, Neil, and thanks for chiming in!
I upgraded my CPU to i7-8700 (from i7-4770K). Decided not to pay the extra shekels for the 8700K because as a non-gamer I don't see any reason to push my system by overclocking. 32G DDR4 RAM. ASUS Prime Z390-A M/B.
I agree that either would be significant, and beyond Premiere current specs (they don't do anything with the ray-tracing and other aspects that differentiate GTX from RTX - yet) but given the pricing of the GTX 10 series beyond my 2016-vintage 1050 Ti and the RTX 1060 and 1070 series...it makes no sense to me to stay in the 10-series space.
The question is whether there's enough significance between the two cards in question to venture up to the higher-priced (and admittedly more powerful) card.
Yes it works. I just tested now. I had to change the drivers from Gaming to regular drivers, but it worked fine
Hey Cristianablw any chance you can post a link to the driver you used for the 1050TI? Thanks in advance!
Use the below one and it will work. Itoo have the same one.