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post #11 of 18
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A lot of people wave CUDA around on a stick, but don't actually use it.
What program(s) do you need CUDA for?
I'm using Adobe after effects, which doesn't use CUDA, but I want to speed up my rendering times with Adobe Primere, which does use CUDA
post #12 of 18
If your 5850 is reference, then 560ti will be a downgrade...a sidegrade at best.
Any reference 5850 reach 900\\4800. 5850 outperforms stock 560 with these clocks. Many reference 5850 reach 1000\\1250...
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I do not overclock my cards
post #14 of 18
But, it's technically one card, 5850 and 5870, with minor substractions. Hardware must function near its max capability i.e. be efficient. So, when 5850 can easily do 900mhz, it's stupid to use it at 725mhz
IMO
post #15 of 18
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If your 5850 is reference, then 560ti will be a downgrade...a sidegrade at best.
Any reference 5850 reach 900\\4800. 5850 outperforms stock 560 with these clocks. Many reference 5850 reach 1000\\1250...
Agreed.

GTX 570 or 6970 (6950 unlocked - if you're okay with doing so) would be more of an upgrade, but honestly even then it's not a massive leap in frames if you ask me...
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I'm using Adobe after effects, which doesn't use CUDA, but I want to speed up my rendering times with Adobe Primere, which does use CUDA
Not all cards that use CUDA are supported in Premiere. (At least, not without a hack)

http://blogs.adobe.com/premiereprotr...-2-update.html

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We support the cards that we have been able to test thoroughly. It's better to have a small number of supported cards that everyone can be confident have been tested, rather than a large number with potentially thin testing coverage.

Regarding having a real Adobe rep: It doesn't get any more real than me. This is the official blog of the Premiere Pro team, and I'm a member of that team.
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http://www.adobe.com/products/premie...raphic&format=
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I cant see that being much of an upgrade .. i swapped my 5850 for a 6950 and i was dissapointed until i flashed it to a 6970 i got like 15fps+ from the flash .
    
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post #18 of 18
Makes no sense. My Asus 5850 crossfire overclock to 975/1200 @ V1.299.
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