While you are upgrading, add some more RAM, too.
Yep, that's in the plan as well. I plan to add two more 8GB sticks to give me a total of 32GB of RAM.
Get a used 780ti for $250-300 and the change for the 16gb ram
Why do you recommend the 780TI over the other models?
a gtx 1060 3gb around $200 would be a good option for HD projects, the gtx 1060 6gb model around $260 would be better for higher resolutions like 4k. if you haven't already, it would be good to check case dimensions and psu rating/connections for the upgrade, and search on hp forums for any bios compatibility problems upgrading to a newer video card.
The 780ti with 2880cuda core computes better than all these new cards with the exception of 980ti and the expensive 1080
and help a lot in rendering at the price range For gaming the latest cards are better but lag in rendering speeds. I have one
and it rocks
I'm considering the EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti. Does anyone know if this will work with Premiere Pro CC even though it's not on the official list? Here are the specs:
Memory Detail: 2048MB gddr5bus Type: PCI-E 3.0
PCI Express 3.0
Memory Bit Width: 128 Bit
EVGA GTX 750 Ti cards give you the gaming horsepower to take on today's most demanding titles in full 1080p HD.
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Base Clock: 1176 MHz / Boost Clock: 1255 MHz
Memory Clock: 5400 MHz Effective
CUDA Cores: 640
Memory Detail: 2048MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width 128 Bit / Memory Speed: 0.4ns / Memory Bandwidth: 86.4 GB/s
yes, all newer nvidia cards work with premiere cc. i would at least try to stick with a gtx 950 for around $140 to make the upgrade worth while, as the gtx 750 ti isn't even 2x faster than the very slow gtx 645. if you were to look at used cards, the gtx 770 or 760 would be decent options too.
Thanks for the insight.
I also agree with RoninEdits that you should have been getting something higher-end than that GTX 750 Ti that you're considering. The GTX 645 is essentially a GTX 660 with two of its five ROPs disabled, running at lower stock and Turbo clocks than a normal GK106 GPU and with its memory bus restricted to 128 bits (the normal GK106 GPU has a 192-bit memory bus width) and running at a throughput of only 64 GB/second. The GTX 750 Ti is faster than your current GTX 645, but not sufficiently faster than the GTX 645 to justify paying its current street price.
Thank you for your input, too.