What's A Good Graphics Card For Video Editing?

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My Budget is 200 dollars. I'm thinking of the gtx 660 or gtx 750ti, any suggestions?

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Andrew Berkins:
If your budget is $200. You can get a Radeon Rx 470 4GB or GeForce GTX 1060 3GB. Which will dominate either of those. Although there are only a few processes which can be accelerated by a video card.

For the most part when it comes to video editing. Lots and lots of RAM is important, a large amount of high speed storage is important and a good multi-core CPU. Preferably storage is segregated between a scratch/OS/program disk and a storage/project RAID 5 array or large SSD if you can afford it. Perhaps a separate drive for rendering to from the source drive.

The video card is more important for animation/3D work. The Rx 470 4GB will likely be better than the GTX 1060 3GB. As it has more VRAM, much faster VRAM and far greater Floating Point Performance.

The GTX 660 will in " some " areas outperform the GTX 750ti…..but now here is where you need to do your homework……
1… recommended power supply…..
2…do any of the cards require extra 6 pin or 8 pin power connectors….

The GTX 750ti specs you need at least a 300 watt power supply and no extra power connectors
The GTX 660 specs you need at least a 450 watt power supply and 1 extra 6 pin power connector…

So-o-o-o-o….what do have under the hood???…
and curious …..how much ram do you have??….if you have only 8 gigs you might look at adding 8 more…The GTX 750ti will run around $60 USD less then the GTX 660…..you might consider using that savings to add 8 gigs more on the ram….

GTX 660 é mais forte em tudo praticamente observe:
GTX 660
Núcleos Cuda cores = 960 contra 640 da GTX 750ti
Rops = 24 contra 16 da GTX 750 ti

não da pra comparar as duas pois a GTX 660 é muito mais placa que a gtx 750 ti.

Get the gt 750ti. Its ok. Right now I m using a AMD Radeon R9 295X2.