True, True but is there a way to go back to the older version. I am have nothing but issues with the newest addition with PPCC2019
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Uninstall the new CC2019 with Adobe Cleaner Tool and get the old version downlink and install from there
Thanks a ton!!
Please let me know how it goes. The Ti series from the 780Ti until the 970Ti were pretty stable. These are all Nvidia reference cards I am talking about and not 3rd party vendors like MSI etc. The 1080Ti is still having a few issues but should be sorted soon
CUDA doesn't even work anymore with Mojave. I love the ol' 5,1/NVIDIA combo myself, but sooner or later, you're going to have a brick that won't run Premiere Pro. Time to save up for that 2019 Mac Pro that's sure to hit the market next year! ;-)
P.S. Cupertino is my home town.
Hey there Kevin. Isn't CUDA tech now found within METAL?
"but sooner or later, you're going to have a brick that won't run Premiere Pro"
Agreed. This is why I am hoping Apple releases a decent upgradable Mac Pro soon.
I need more speed. Last project I was on was for IMAX output and even 12 cores and 128gig RAM with SSD's weren't enough.
The bottleneck is the SATA 3Mbps speeds. If u want the full 6 you need to buy a ridiculously expensive PCie SSD.
Apple c'mon make tis happen. Stop thinking like Tim Cook and get back to Steve Jobs mindset
"I love the ol' 5,1/NVIDIA combo myself"
Most people ask me why I'm not running a 1070 or Titan
I love the 780Ti. It has less VRAM than the monster cards but has far more CUDA cores.
I think it was Nvidia's masterpiece in terms of a computational gpu rivaled only by the Quadro cards