I'm using it at the office right now There's always better cards out there but mine seems to do the job (office budget restrictions aside)...
Thank you. That answered my question...now for the next one. If you had no budget restriction, which card would you choose that works with CS6?
You're best off having a read of this:
What is the Best Computer For Adobe After Effects?
I'd offset the cost of the graphics card for as much RAM as I could afford when it comes to AE, however if you intend to incorporate 3D into your work then the graphics card becomes more important...
Great...we do a lot of 3D animation...when I say we, I mean the guys who work for me. I'm in charge of getting the things that they need to do the work, but just barely understand and sometimes the websites don't offer definitive answers. I really appreciate your help. Have a great weekend!!
I would recommend a Geforce 970GTX, a 980GTX (or even a Titan card) over that Quadro card. Not only are they much more powerful, but they are typically cheaper or at a similar price point.
What applications or plugins are they using for their 3D work other than After Effects?
Also, I would highly recommend updating to the latest creative suite as opposed to using CS6 if you're able to. Previews are much faster and multiprocessing is still supported in CC 2014.