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GTX 670 Adobe Premiere/After Effects GPU Acceleration not Working

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I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask about this, but hopefully someone on here uses one of these applications for video editing.

I recently purchased a GTX 670 as both an upgrade for gaming, and for video editing. After installing Premiere and adding my 670 to the list of supported video cards, I started up the program, switched on GPU acceleration, and was disappointed to find that my performance had not improved. Using MSI Afterburner, it was also clear that my GPU was barely being used at all.

My results with After Effects were equally discouraging. I'm quite certain that I've correctly appended to the list of supported CUDA cards with my 670, and I'm not really sure what else to do at this point.

Does anyone here run After Effects/Premiere on a 600 series card, and if so, does GPU acceleration work on it?
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You might want to post something on the official adobe forums. But on the adobe website they dont have the gtx 670 as a supported card just yet, only up to a gtx 580.
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yep, you just gotta tweak it.

go here:

http://www.studio1productions.com/Articles/AfterEffects.htm

and follow the instructions right down the bottom. You have to be on the CS6.0.1 AE update for raytracing to work/card to be recognised properly

EDIT: oh you did append. I haven't played much with it yet, but it seems to be work, I haven't put it through its paces yet though.

Does MSI work on NVIDIA cards? And do you have the absolute latest drivers from NVIDIA site?

use this benchmark test : http://ppbm5.com/Instructions.html

there's ONE 670 listed in the results, but doesn't appear on the main lists, due to it's small sample size (at least I guess that's why)

I'll try my 670 tonight
Edited by evolve or die - 9/20/12 at 7:20pm
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680 is supported i think.
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