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What GPU for 1080p editing ?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021

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Hi everyone!

First of all here's my specs :


Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

CPU : Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.00GHz

RAM : 16,0GB DDR3

GPU : Intel HD Graphics 4600

Storage : SSD 117GB SanDisk

               HDD : 1863GB Seagate ST2000DM001

 


I'm working on a short film using 1080p footage. The project is getting bigger and my PC has hard times playing the clips, mostly the ones I have put effects on. As you can see I don't have any GPU.
I read that a 2Go GPU was enough to edit with Full HD and I'd be thrilled to have some advice to be sure I'll be ok. 
Furthermore I know the GPU market has been crazy these past few months, does anyone can think of a good solution for about 250$ (200€) ?

Thanks a lot for your help guys.

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LEGEND , Jun 11, 2021 Jun 11, 2021

The 900 series is your best bet at this time. The 10 series - the oldest GeForce GPUs that are compatible with the Studio Drivers - are currently much more expensive than they are supposed to cost right now. And most of the 700-series GPUs (particularly those using the Kepler architecture) will cease to be developed for new drivers after the release of Driver Branch 470 (expected this coming August). The driver branch will skip way ahead to version 495 (which will be this coming November) after

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Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021

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See my reply in your original message https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/what-gpu-for-editing-with-1080p-footage/m-p/12096322

 

Note: Threads merged by moderator.

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Hi everyone!

First of all here's my specs :


Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

CPU : Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.00GHz

RAM : 16,0GB DDR3

GPU : Intel HD Graphics 4600

Storage : SSD 117GB SanDisk

               HDD : 1863GB Seagate ST2000DM001

 


I'm working on a short film using 1080p footage. The project is getting bigger and my PC has hard times playing the clips, mostly the ones I have put effects on. As you can see I don't have any GPU.
I read that a 2Go GPU was enough to edit with Full HD and I'd be thrilled to have some advice to be sure I'll be ok. 
Furthermore I know the GPU market has been crazy these past few months, does anyone can think of a good solution for about 250$ (200€) ?

Thanks a lot for your help guys.

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An nvidia 1050 or 1060 would be good for that older machine. At some point 2019 maybe, Adobe requires Windows 10. So, you'll need to stick with an older version of PP.

 

PS: Even those older GPUs just buggered my eyes out when I google the prices... <sigh>

 

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Thanks for your reply.
Damn, it's really expensive, even the used ones. So for you I got to have a GPU with 4Go at least ?

Another thing : is it risky to buy one that is used ? I've never had a GPU and I don't know if these things last.

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You could go even further back, like the 9 series. Post in the hardware forum for some other ideas.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/video-hardware/bd-p/video-hardwareHardware

 

 

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Thanks a lot !

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Community Expert ,
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This should work https://www.newegg.com/msi-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-gtx-1050-ti-gaming-x-4g/p/N82E16814137054

 

Do be sure you have a 6pin PCIe power connection available

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Thanks a lot John. 

 

So you think a 2Go GPU wouldn't be enough ?

Another thing : is it risky to buy one that is used ? I've never had a GPU and I don't know if these things last.

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Community Expert ,
Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021

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I can't answer either of those questions

I don't have a 2Gig video card

I have never purchased any used computer component

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Ok thanks

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Jun 08, 2021 Jun 08, 2021

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MIght want to look for a second hand gtx 7xx or 9xx card.

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Jun 08, 2021 Jun 08, 2021

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Alright, I'll check it out. Thank you!

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The 900 series is your best bet at this time. The 10 series - the oldest GeForce GPUs that are compatible with the Studio Drivers - are currently much more expensive than they are supposed to cost right now. And most of the 700-series GPUs (particularly those using the Kepler architecture) will cease to be developed for new drivers after the release of Driver Branch 470 (expected this coming August). The driver branch will skip way ahead to version 495 (which will be this coming November) after the 470 branch release - and the 495 branch will require a Maxwell-architecture or newer GPU just to even install at all.

 

But while driver development will be discontinued for the remaining 600- and most of the 700-series desktop GPUs after this August, security patches will continue for these older GPUs for another three years after that date. Hence, Driver Branch 470 will extend all the way to version 494.99 if need be. And as expected, the last Kepler-compatible drivers will disable CUDA support completely for these older GPUs, forcing Premiere Pro to be permanently locked to the software-only mode for renders, encodes and decodes. Meanwhile, the next major version of Premiere Pro will require a Pascal (GeForce 10 series) or newer generation GPU in order to work properly.

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Alright, that's great information. Thanks for your help !

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