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Well I was able to push my father-in-law to get the GTX570. after mail in rebate and instant discount on the egg got the Evega one for about $300 and has life time warranty.

Main reason why is because it was on this list:
http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/tech-specs.html

Down at the bottom lists the GPU's that the software will accept which will provide GPU acceleration.

This is Dedicated for video editing but now I am sad that my father in laws rig will now kick the pants off mine.

Guess I will have to save up for Bulldozer and get a better GPU.

Thanks for all the help.
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Originally Posted by Magus2727 View Post
Well I was able to push my father-in-law to get the GTX570. after mail in rebate and instant discount on the egg got the Evega one for about $300 and has life time warranty.

Main reason why is because it was on this list:
http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/tech-specs.html

Down at the bottom lists the GPU's that the software will accept which will provide GPU acceleration.
That list is pretty odd. My laptop has a Quadro 2000M in it (Thinkpad W520) and I guess that the software supports GPU acceleration on my laptop. It's odd because the 2000M is the workstation version of the GTX 460M, so I don't know why the full GTX 460 or 560 aren't supported by the software.
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I think the GTX 470 is the right choice.
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