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    What Kind of GPU For My New Build?

    I'm really hoping including a video card will increase render speeds. Right now, without a graphics card, it takes hours to render home movies. We're talking like 6 to 8 hours to render a 2-3 hour home movie and build an image file for Blu-ray. It's crazy. Then again, my current processor isn't great either.
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    What Kind of GPU For My New Build?

    Here's one of the cards I'm considering, but it's been a little tricky trying to figure out which cards are recommended for Vegas Pro. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K12KNHG/ref=psdc_284822_t1_B073BKYBC5
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    What Kind of GPU For My New Build?

    I think my current monitor supports DVI right now, but will probably update to one with HDMI support in the future.
  4. Hey guys, I'm getting ready to start a new build, so I'm shopping around for parts. I've picked up a few components already, but really need to nail down a graphics card. The new computer will mainly be a workstation, no gaming really, and I'll be using programs like Photoshop for graphic design and photo editing, but my main reason for installing a video card will be so that I can do some video editing work with Vegas Pro 14 (and maybe Vegas Pro 15 in the future). I won't be doing really heavy video editing, mainly stuff at 1080, so I shouldn't need anything too crazy. Here's the list of components I have so far: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x Gigabyte B450 Motherboard 32Gb of DDR4-3200 RAM Also, I'm kind of on a budget, so I'd like to stay somewhere around the $200 and under range. So I'm looking for the best card I can get for around the price that will get the job done. I'd also like to look at a Radeon card and unfortunately, at least at the moment, need one with a DVI port (Hoping to be able to upgrade the monitor in the future). I've seen some highly rated cards on sites like NewEgg and Microcenter, but I've never really shopped for a video card before as my previous builds have mainly been budget PCs. This time I'm building with a workstation in mind and since it's been a while since my last build, I'm a little behind on the tech that currently available. I'd really appreciate any information or suggestions you could give me. Thanks!
  5. Hey, thanks for the response. Yeah, I considered the 3rd Gen Ryzen, but a brand new processor like that was out of my budget. I got a heck of a deal on the 2700X, so that's going to allow me to put a little more toward the video card. Thanks again for the info!
  6. Hey guys, So I'm starting a new build, and I'm trying to choose a motherboard. I've already bought my processor, which is the AMD Ryzen 2700X, so now I'm moving onto picking my motherboard. I'm kind of on a budget, so that's something I'm trying to keep in mind when looking. Out of all the ones I've looked at, I've basically narrowed it down to two Gigabyte models: GIGABYTE B450 AORUS ELITE GIGABYTE X470 AORUS ULTRA There's about a $20-30 price difference between the Elite and the Ultra, and I'm not sure what the differences are. Looking at the specs, they look like they have same expansion slots as well as compatibility for the same type/speed of RAM. For this build, I'm wanting to put together a machine to do video editing. Nothing too heavy, mainly home movies at 1080P. I'll be using Vegas Pro to do the editing. Gaming really isn't a factor. I might do some light gaming, but nothing heavy. So I'm not really trying to build a powerful gaming rig or anything like that. Any suggestions would be welcome, or if you'd like to recommend another motherboard besides the two I've got listed, that'd be fine too. Oh, and I'd like to stick with the ATX form factor. Nothing mini or micro. Thanks!