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I'm trying to help a friend build a rig for video editing, but we're stuck on GPU selection. He plans on using Premiere CS5. I went to Adobe's site and they show this very odd list of supported GPUs...


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Manufacturer

Model

Support

Notes




ATI

Radeon X1950 PCI-Express

Legacy support




ATI

Radeon X1900 PCI-Express

Legacy support




ATI

X1900 PCI-Express

Legacy support




ATI

Fire GL V5600

Full support




ATI

Fire GL V5700

Full support




ATI

Fire GL V7750

Full support




ATI

Fire GL V7700

Full support




ATI

Fire GL V8650

Full support




NVIDIA

GeForce 7300 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

Quadro FX 1500 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

Quadro FX 3500 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

Quadro FX 4500 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

Quadro FX 55/5600 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

GeForce 8800 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

GeForce 7800 PCI-Express

Legacy support




NVIDIA

GeForce GTX 285

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

GeForce GTX 470

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro 380

Full support




NVIDIA

Quadro 4000

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro 5000

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro FX 3800

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro FX 4800

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro FX 5800

Full support

GPU Acceleration



NVIDIA

Quadro CX

Full support

GPU Acceleration

Why only a GTX470 in the GT400 series? Does it really not support a GTX480 or a GTX570, a GTX460, etc.?
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Ignore that list. As long as the card has CUDA cores, you can get it to work with CS5.
Here's the link on how to do it: CLICK HERE
    
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Ignore that list. As long as the card has CUDA cores, you can get it to work with CS5.
Here's the link on how to do it: CLICK HERE

No don't ignore that list because those are best option cards, take my word from experience, you will have weird results or program glitches through the panels when not using a suggested card. Plus most of those are WORKSTATION cards. If you plan on doing a ton of editing save your money and add it somewhere else and get a workstation card that is suggested. You won't regret it
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Thanks for the heads up, man. I'll let him know.
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No don't ignore that list because those are best option cards, take my word from experience, you will have weird results or program glitches through the panels when not using a suggested card. Plus most of those are WORKSTATION cards. If you plan on doing a ton of editing save your money and add it somewhere else and get a workstation card that is suggested. You won't regret it
Well, I haven't had a single issue and have been completely happy with the performance.
    
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yeah ive had no problems in premiere pro cs5 with my 480, all you need to do is add it to the txt file, doing the stuff in nvidia control panel doesnt appear to do anything for me, but you may aswell just go with a 470 to be safe, itd be annoying if you were unlucky enough to run into any glitches.
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Well, I haven't had a single issue and have been completely happy with the performance.
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yeah ive had no problems in premiere pro cs5 with my 480, all you need to do is add it to the txt file, doing the stuff in nvidia control panel doesnt appear to do anything for me, but you may aswell just go with a 470 to be safe, itd be annoying if you were unlucky enough to run into any glitches.
whats your usage like. if its 12 - 20 hours a day in acrobat, distiller, indesign, illustrator, photoshop and dreamweaver plus not to mention color calibration weekly with six monitors and four printers total, then dont take my word for it
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whats your usage like. if its 12 - 20 hours a day in acrobat, distiller, indesign, illustrator, photoshop and dreamweaver plus not to mention color calibration weekly with six monitors and four printers total, then dont take my word for it
Not sure how much printers rely on GPU performance, but I do use Premiere Pro, After Effects, Encore, Flash and Photoshop Extended CS5 about 10 hours a day.
    
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