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Okay, I'm going to be building a new computer soon. And I need fast rendering of videos as well as good gaming...
So would the best option be NVidia GeForce? Or AMD...
post #2 of 5
nVidia cards have CUDA, which can sometimes be used to render things. They also have PhysX, but that isn't used much.

What's your budget?
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post #3 of 5
Depends on your budget, and whether or not you need PhysX/CUDA
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I use Adobe Premiere Pro and currently going through a 3 hour render time...
Budget is the same as if I would purchase 2 6990's.
post #5 of 5
With Adobe Premeire pro.. GTX 580. Good for gaming too.
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