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Videomaster
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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.

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moti0nfx
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Its totally ok bro..go on..

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GraphikoFX
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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. :D

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moti0nfx
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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?

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yeremia
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I use Gigabyte GTX-560Ti for 1 year and is good for Rendering and Games. :)

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GraphikoFX
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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?

GTX 560 TI is good enough if you have low budget.

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moti0nfx
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ok then i’ll get that one..thanx for all of your help..

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ToddKopriva
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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
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