The ray-traced renderer is an obsolete way of creating 3d geometry in After Effects. See this page: http://motionworks.net/after-effects-3d-future/
That being said, the GTX 9xx class of cards will work to accelerate the ray-traced renderer in the most recent version of AE if you really want to use that feature for some reason.
In my country, the price of the GTX 760 and GTX 960 is almost the same (similar).
Of course, the GTX 760 is old. But I read the GTX 760 in the list of compatible After Effects GPU.
According to you, which will better I buy the GTX 760 or GTX 960?
Apologize for bad English.
The GTX 960. It's newer, faster, and better.
The list you are looking at is for cards that were tested for acceleration of the ray-traced renderer. New versions of AE can use untested cards for that, you just have to tick a box in the preferences to use cards that haven't been tested (they just still have to be a certain class of NVIDIA cards). However, the ray-traced renderer is an obsolete feature. Now that After Effects comes with Cinema 4D Lite included, we have a much more powerful way of creating 3d in After Effects. I do not know of anybody who uses the ray-traced renderer anymore.
Thank you so Much for your replay sir.
Thanks for you advice and counsel
You are welcome.