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Getting a new graphics card. Should I leave my old graphics card in there too?

Explorer ,
Aug 04, 2017 Aug 04, 2017

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After discussion with Adobe tech support it seems I may be getting crashes because my current card has too little memory so I've ordered a new one.

My old card is  GTX 760 with 2GB ram and the one I've ordered is a GTX 1080 with 8GB.

When I install the new card, should I leave the old on in? Assuming it fits and there's power of course.

I've read Premiere has support for multiple cards:

https://www.provideocoalition.com/adobe-premiere-pro-and-multiple-gpus

but does it make sense in my case?

Where should I plug the monitors?

All in the newer card, or split between the two?

Thanks for any help.

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Valorous Hero ,
Aug 04, 2017 Aug 04, 2017

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take out the old one, otherwise premiere will try to use both and you may still get errors/problems. also, if both were being used the gtx 760 would slow down the gtx 1080.

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