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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, asking a simple question here.

 

Does a higher end gpu(sample:1060 vs 1080ti) contribute to better performance in tasks like:

Video rendering and editing

3d modeling

 

The pc will do mostly content creation tasks (light gaming is just an extra)

Thank you!

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Yes


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Your asking if a better GPU will perform better in GPU heavy tasks ?!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

Yes

I thought rendering was more on the cpu side of things?

 

Could you please elaborated on how a gpu helps in this kind of task?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Your asking if a better GPU will perform better in GPU heavy tasks ?!

I though it uses more cpu than gpu

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1 minute ago, SleepingGiant said:

Could you please elaborated on how a gpu helps in this kind of task?

Bigger frame buffer 

More cuda cores (nvidea ) / streaming cores ( AMD ) 

More computing units 

It's not really hard , Better = more performance.


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CX450.

MX500.

NX500.

 

 

 

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I guess it may also depend on the software you're using (I'm don't do rendering or editing, I just heard the people who do mentioning it sometimes). So check your software support, it should tell what to do to enhance perfomance (in most cases: a better GPU).

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, TofuHaroto said:

Bigger frame buffer 

More cuda cores (nvidea ) / streaming cores ( AMD ) 

More computing units 

It's not really hard , Better = more performance.

This info helps a lot

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, SupaKomputa said:

Video rendering yes, 3D rendering no.

This is the thing i was thinking of.

 

So for a video render the cpu gets hit

3d render gpu gets hit

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It depends entirely on the specific software used.

Some video editing software will take advantage of GPU power (like Premiere Pro with CUDA), some won't (like Vegas Pro if I'm not mistaken).

Some 3D renderers will take advantage of GPU power (like Blender's Cycles renderer, which if I'm not mistaken can even take advantage of Tensor and/or RT cores), some won't (like Cinema 4D's stock renderers).


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