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.

Aerialnine:
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….

venicius:
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.

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

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