Nvidia GTX 460 vs. GTX 570

For a video editing work station I'm comtemplating the 460 to save $150 vs. the 570 card. I'll use Adobe CS6. I've heard there's not a lot of difference between the two. Any advice?
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  1. Grab a gtx 480 for really good performance with CUDA, they are super cheap these days.
  2. 460 will be fine providing it is in the supported list of cards.
  3. I haven't seen it in the supported list of cards, but I'm guessing it would work. I'll look more at the 480, but I don't think there's a big difference in price to the 570 with the newer technology.
  4. If you have a power supply that can handle it then go with the gtx 480. As someone mentioned earlier they are a good deal these days. The gtx 480 is very similar performance wise to the gtx 570, so I would go with a gtx 480, but know that it runs a bit hotter, and draws more power, but if thats fine with you then thats a good deal.

    Hope this helps!
  5. The 480's are a great deal nowadays, as other have stated, and if you have the power supply to back it up (at least a quality 650w PSU), then I would highly recommend the 480.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130759

    It's cheaper than the 570, and it'll perform pretty much the same.

    However, I'm sure that a 460 will perform just as well for CUDA acceleration regardless.
  6. Thanks!
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