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Which GPU with Ryzen 5 3600 For 1080p editing/exporting ?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 09, 2020 Jun 09, 2020

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Hi guys,, I'm planning to upgrade my GPU. I'm a begginer right now I'm using GT 1030 2GB for mobile video editing, but I need an upgrade to edit/render *1080p-2k footage on Adobe Premiere pro, After effects and Davinci Resolve..


Please suggest me something.. my budget is around 20K INR

My Setup..

Ryzen 5 3600 + Hyper 212
B450 Aorus M
16gb dual channel ram Corsair V lpx 3000mhz
240gb sata + 1 tb hdd (will add NVMe later)
Corsair Cx 550
Nvidia GT 1030 2gb (current GPU)
Cooler Master MB511

Thanks in advance! 

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LEGEND ,
Jun 09, 2020 Jun 09, 2020

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With that CPU I would suggest a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 (which EVGA sells, in the form of a TU104 GPU that originated in the RTX 2080 and also used in the RTX 2070 SUPER and the RTX 2080 SUPER but in a cut-down version, as the RTX 2060 KO). Later, if you're going to move to 4k, then you can add an additional 16 GB of RAM. But if that's over your 20k INR budget, then go with a GTX 1660 SUPER.

 

And if I were buying a GPU new, then I would not have purchased a GT 1030 at all since it is still priced much too close to the far superior GTX 1650 for its own good.

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Thank you.. 
well GT 1030 didn't cost me too high! cause I bought a 4 months used GT 1030 with 4k INR where the GTX 1650 was 12-13K INR that time! XD

and for GTX 1660 Super how would be the Zotac AMP edition ?

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Performance-wise, all GTX 1660 SUPER's should run close to one another. There are slight performance differences between the different implementations of these cards, mainly boiling down to the card's BIOS and the clock speeds.

 

And at any rate, I would recommend that you upgrade ASAP. The GT 1030 does not have a hardware NVENC encoder at all, and using that card with Premiere Pro 14.2 may cause problems that can only be "fixed" by disabling hardware encoding and decoding in the Properties > Media menu, then restarting Premiere.

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Yeah Definitely..! 

Also the Hardware encoding by GPU would speed up the rendering ? 

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