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New Nvidia P5000 Card recommendet from Nvidia but not listed from Adobe??

New Here ,
Jan 29, 2018 Jan 29, 2018

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Hello there!

I can find the Nvidia P5000 Card on the Website from Nvidia for After Effects and Premiere.

But on recommended hardware from Adobe, its not listed.

Here the Nvidia Site:

Adobe Premiere Pro CC - Faster Video Editing|NVIDIA

Here the Adobe Site:

Systemanforderungen für Adobe Premiere Pro

Somebody use this card with this video tools?

greetings!

Christian

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Jan 29, 2018 Jan 29, 2018

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New cards come out faster than Adobe can test and certify... if your card has 1Gig of video ram it should work... but do be aware that video drivers SOMETIMES cause problems, so you may need to update your video driver at the vendor site

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Jan 29, 2018 Jan 29, 2018

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my question comes because i have not much performance with this card.

i saw some benchmarks with a fully functionallity with the p5000 and the Adobe After Effects and Premiere products.

i use this card:

https://www.pny.com/nvidia-quadro-p5000

CUDA Cores2560
Peak Single Precision FP32 Performance8.9 TFLOPS
GPU Memory16 GB GDDR5
Memory Interface256-bit
Memory Bandwidth288 GB/s
System InterfacePCI Express 3.0 x16
Display ConnectorsDP 1.4 (4) + DVI-D DL (1) + Stereo

do you think that ray-tracing and other needed things to work with the 2 products will work with this card?

Nvidia says yes.

thanks for help

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LEGEND ,
Jan 29, 2018 Jan 29, 2018

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What CPU do you have?  If you do not have a powerful enough CPU you may not be able to take advantae of the P5000.  Also do you have an expensive  10-bit monitor if not then a GTX 1080  with its 2560 cores for much less money  will perform just as well

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Hello,

a new Gen i7 CPU.. think this one will do.

https://geizhals.at/intel-core-i7-6850k-bx80671i76850k-a1394463.html?hloc=at

really, 1080? This Cards also not offically supportet??!

i have no feeling for real hardware speccs in the adobe Premiere and after effects world. i only use manuals

Greetings

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LEGEND ,
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That Adobe recommended (was: supported) list of GPUs is outdated (with GeForce GTX "support" stopping at Kepler level while the Quadro list stopping at previous-gen Maxwell level). Adobe has not tested any newer GPUs in recent years. As a result, any Nvidia CUDA-supporting GPU of the Fermi and newer generations equipped with at least 1GB of graphics-card RAM should enable CUDA GPU acceleration.

And your i7-6850K is now old-generation (or previous-generation). It has only six cores and 12 threads. And with newer mainstream CPUs now also having six cores and up to 12 threads (but clocked at higher speeds than your current 6850K), it's no wonder that you might have wasted money on old tech. That P5000 (and the GTX 1080, for that matter) really needs a 10-core, 20-thread CPU just to take full advantage of it.

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New Here ,
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Okay,

That mean i can 1000% use the P5000 card, but i will need a stronger (much stronger)  CPU.

WIll try it. Thanks

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LEGEND ,
Jan 31, 2018 Jan 31, 2018

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Why are you so for the P5000, save your money and get a better CPU which is much more important than the GPU.  The only reason to go with a Quadro card is if you have a very expensive 10-bit monitor.  Take a look at my actual GPU test results while using Premiere Pro.  You would get the same performance out of the GTX 1080 for half the price of the Quadro P5000.

Here is a suggestion for a CPU if you want a current generation unit with the same 6 cores but better CPU speeds take a look at the i7-8700K.  They are about the same price.  Use the money you save by going with the GTX 1080 to get yourself a better CPU.

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LEGEND ,
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What is the source video that you're working with? And what is your export format?

You see, not everything uses GPU acceleration much or at all. In fact, many common workflows entirely use the CPU, with absolutely no GPU assistance. And if your CPU is a weakling, do not expect a high-end GPU to help much if at all, even with heavy GPU-accelerated effects applied. No upgraded GPU can compensate for a weak CPU.

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h264 mov - 16-25 mbit

sometimes prores

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