Evga nvidia gtx geforce 560 ti SUCKS!

or at least I think so. I have a rig whose sole purpose was video editing. I have 16gb g skill sniper, i7-870, and geforce 560ti. just got the video card and when i put in footage from my nikon d3100 1920x1080 into premiere pro, you feel like your in that 1st scene from saving private ryan with all the choppyness. Any other editors have an opinion on this?
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  1. considering the 560ti is not officially supported, maybe you should have done your homework?
  2. Anonymous said:
    considering the 560ti is not officially supported, maybe you should have done your homework?



    if its premier cs 5.5 this site says it is supported
  3. dudewitbow said:
    if its premier cs 5.5 this site says it is supported

    GeForce GTX 570
    GeForce GTX 580
    Quadro FX 3700M
    Quadro FX 3800M
    Quadro 2000
    Quadro 2000D
    Quadro 2000M
    Quadro 3000M
    Quadro 4000M
    Quadro 5010M
    Quadro 6000
    http://blogs.adobe.com/premiereprotraining/2011/04/adobe-premiere-pro-cs5-5-improvements-in-cuda-processing-and-the-mercury-playback-engine.html

    now if someone know how to reconfigure the gpu sniffer, my 550ti works just dandy.
  4. Just add "GeForce GTX 560 Ti" to the cuda_supported_cards.txt found in Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro folder. You will find there are not many cards in the list by default.
  5. I did add my 560ti to the list for the GPU accerleration stuff. Not sure what you mean by "gpu sniffer", but if you don't have a problem with it whats mine? I have a better processor, better gpu, and twice the memory. Can you scrub through 1080HD footage ok? If so there's something up with my system.
  6. Check cpu and gpu usage and also if they are going to full clocks when you scrub.
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