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What is the difference between Nvidia's GTX and RTX cards? Which one is better for CAD and video editing?

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What is the difference between Nvidia's GTX and RTX cards? Which one is better for CAD and video editing?

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rtx cards are simply the newest and best nvidia cards while gtx cards consists of the old series

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Just now, Teddy07 said:

rtx cards are simply the newest and best nvidia cards while gtx cards consist of the old series

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There are also some GTX cards in the lower half of the current generation.

 

For CAD Quadros are generally better than either-- even a low end Quadro beats the best of the RTX line in Solidworks. If you do a lot of rendering with Octane or some such program, though, you'll be able to leverage the raw power of a gaming card better.

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1 hour ago, Hugo Lloris said:

What is the difference between Nvidia's GTX and RTX cards? Which one is better for CAD and video editing?

 

RTX cards are Nvidia's newer generation of graphics cards with ray-tracing in real-time capabilities in comparison to the previous generation of GTX cards.  For CAD and video editing, I would recommend a Quadro graphics card which perform significantly better than the consumer-grade cards especially when working with larger projects.

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How is the RTX 2070 for Solidworks and Autocad and Davinci Resolve?

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I say it is a capable card, if you don't mind about ECC memory that Quadro graphic card has.

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