There is no GPU acceleration for any of the conventional stuff. Well there is Fast Previews while you work as well as GPU accelerated effects, but none of this matters for final rendering, so which card you buy is positively irrelevant at this point. Whetever performance issues you may be having have otehr causes, but you have not really provided detailed specs, comp settings, render settings and so on.
As Mylenium suggests, you first need to understand how After Effects uses the GPU (and, more important, how it does _not_ use the GPU):
See this page for resources about making After Effects work faster: http://adobe.ly/eV2zE7
You may already know that high end graphic cards uses more core than a CPU & gives a better performance resulting a faster rendering. Now my GPU is grayed out cause its not supporting CUDA. And this results very very slow rendering ! I dont think there is another reason for this issue.
My system configuration..
CPU - i7 2920 XM
RAM - 16 GB
GPU - AMD/ATI Firepro M8900
Render sertings - 1920x1080 (30 frames per sec)
Thanks for reply :)
This week & next week im going to be really busy, so i will contact you later. And meanwhile i try to configure my set up as you suggested. Hope your tips will fix things.
OK thanks very much for taking your time replying me. See you soon :)
I have no use of 3D Ray Tracing. So i want adobe to make a feature that can disable 3D Ray Tracing
If you are not using the 3d ray-tracing, you should set your composition to render using the regular renderer and not the 3d ray-tracing renderer. Things will render much more quickly.