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Help!! Used Titan black vs new gtx 1650 super for Premiere

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Hello, I hope that you guys could guide me please.

I have a little budget  for upgrade my gpu, my pc currently have a Gtx 650ti boost, and i want more gpu power for edit videos in premiere, i rarely play games. 

Originally I was thinking of upgrading to a new gtx 1650super but recently I saw a titan black card used for 230 dollars(the limit of my budget). 

Will the Titan black card do me better or is a gtx1650super for premiere a better option??

 

I have a Ryzen 2600 based system.

 

Thank´s for the help in advance!!🙏🙏

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The Titan Black is a rather old card, based on the Maxwell (GTX 700 series) architecture.

 

However, in raw performance, it does beat the 1650 super by a decent amount. I would only be worried about driver support in the long run.


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24 minutes ago, lenwer5o said:

Hello, I hope that you guys could guide me please.

I have a little budget  for upgrade my gpu, my pc currently have a Gtx 650ti boost, and i want more gpu power for edit videos in premiere, i rarely play games. 

Originally I was thinking of upgrading to a new gtx 1650super but recently I saw a titan black card used for 230 dollars(the limit of my budget). 

Will the Titan black card do me better or is a gtx1650super for premiere a better option??

 

I have a Ryzen 2600 based system.

 

Thank´s for the help in advance!!🙏🙏

If you mean Adobe Premiere, Titans are 'work' cards & would be better suited to this task.

As @SenKa said, that one may be a bit long in the tooth to still be efficient.


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2 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

If you mean Adobe Premiere, Titans are 'work' cards & would be better suited to this task.

As @SenKa said, that one may be a bit long in the tooth to still be efficient.

Small correction. nVidia has removed the differentiation at the driver level between GTX/RTX and Titan cards. The only difference is raw core count, clocks, and memory capacity/bandwidth. Also, Quadro is more "work" and Titan is more "enthusiast" 😛


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Is that 230usd? Thats quite alot for one given the time. Plenty 1080's to be had for 250 or 1070's for 200. Both of with will be better to edit with at least in my case editing with 2 of each but use case may prove to be different.


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