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Whether Premiere Pro can use two Tesla P40 graphics for hardware acceleration?

New Here ,
Dec 19, 2022 Dec 19, 2022

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I don't know if he can play full performance in Premiere Pro, can dual GPUs be well supported?

 

HUAWEI RH2288 v3

CPU: Xeon E5 2699 v3 [dual]

RAM: samsung 64g ddr4 ecc reg

GPU: NVIDIA tesla P40 [dual] + quadro p620

OS: Windows 10 64bit

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Dec 22, 2022 Dec 22, 2022

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@RjL190365  can you answer?

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Dec 22, 2022 Dec 22, 2022

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Premiere Pro cannot fully utilize more than one single GPU. Or put it this way, the performance improvement with two identical GPUs over a single one is nowhere near enough to justify the high additional cost. In the worst cases, a system with two GPUs perform equal to or slower than that same PC with only one GPU.

 

Now, if you were using Davinci Resolve Studio (the paid version), then yes, the second GPU would have been justifiable.

 

Also, all of those GPUs are based on a now-three-generation-old Pascal architecture, which has not aged well at all over the seven years since it was introduced. In fact, in Premiere Pro all three of your GPUs combined perform significantly slower than just one single recent-gen Ampere GPU that's relatively high-end.


And starting with the Ampere generation, NVIDIA retired both the Quadra and Tesla product branding, and instead now simply calls them NVIDIA Workstation GPUs and NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, respectively.

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