Hi. Sorry for a little ot question, but I wonder if any of you guys know a solution for making a Cinema4D viewport faster in a more complex scene setups. My current video adapter is nVidia GTX 460 SE, and if I buy some of Quadro cards, will my panning and zooming get any smoother? moti0nfx sorry for hijacking your thread. Thanks.
GTX 760, 770 or 780 are some of the best cards out there. To achieve fast workflow for 3D programs as well as After Effects, I think its depend on your Processor and RAM and not only GPU. If you’re using 8-12 cores Processor with 32GB ram or more you will experience lightning fast workflow.
Thanx for ur words GraphikoFX but the issue is i hv not enough budget for buy a 7 series video card.. i can get only GTX 560 TI card or nvidia Quadro k600 card. so u think GTX 560 TI card is good ryt?
I use Gigabyte GTX-560Ti for 1 year and is good for Rendering and Games.
ok then i’ll get that one..thanx for all of your help..
The GTX cards give better performance for the money.
I have a GTX TITAN, a GTX 680, and a GT 650M in the three computers in my office.
Something like a Quadro K6000 is terrifically powerful, but it’s also terrifically expensive.For details of how After Effects uses the GPU, see this: http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2012/05/gpu-cuda-opengl-features-in-after-effects-cs6.html ... and here are the details of the GPU changes made in the most recent version, After Effects CC (12.1), which is due out in a few weeks: http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2013/09/gpu-changes-for-cuda-and-opengl-in-after-effects-cc-12-1.html