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I recently found this guide very helpful: https://www.pugetsystems.com/recommended/Recommended-Systems-for-Adobe-Premiere-Pro-143/Ha rdware-Recommendations
I myself have a GTX 1070 installed on my Mac Pro and it is more than enough juice to enable quick CUDA rendering of GPU enabled effects on 1080p and 4k projects.
I did a quick search for GTX 1070 at B&H
There are so many 1070's to choose from.....what the heck is the difference? I do not need a "gaming card", as many are labelled.
Here is what my search found:
I picked up the EVGA Founders edition. These are the cards built to NVIDIA's original design. You can buy from multiple manufacturers. They are not overclocked. EVGA - Product Specs - EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FOUNDERS EDITION, 08G-P4-6170-KR, 8GB GDDR5
Again...thank you for the info
I've got IT on it !
I've moved this to the Hardware Forum.
Here are my tests on GPU using my Premiere Pro BenchMark with its MPEG2-DVD timeline you can see how long it takes to run your CPUI only export and then with the GPU accelerated export of that same timeline with a number of GPU's
Looking at the data you can see there are advantages for buting the SC (Superclocked) and to very simply and safely Overclock the memory clock