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Best price to performance Cuda GPU for adobe products

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was wondering what GPU has the best performance in CUDA acceleration through adobe products without costing an arm and a leg?


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If your application supports Open GL then look for a CHeap AMD card like a 7770 for cheap. Open GL is getting wwwaaayyyyy more support than it used to and has a better price/performance. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

If your application supports Open GL then look for a CHeap AMD card like a 7770 for cheap. Open GL is getting wwwaaayyyyy more support than it used to and has a better price/performance. 

It's adobe CC so CUDA would be better supported


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It's adobe CC so CUDA would be better supported

Im not sure, my 7870 is better in CS6 than my uncles 670. 


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