Any modern mid-range graphic card will be more than enough, but, in order to answer this question accurately, we need to know the hardware details of your new computer, as there is more important hardware concerns to get the best performance from Elements 10 than just the graphic card.
I'm designing a new computer. What kind of graphics card should I get to run Elements 10 very efficiently. That is I don't want it to crash the computer.[/quotemsg
The computer has yet to be built, so I'm open to suggestions as to how to get the best performance, without spending $5,000 of course. Just so the wife can edit videos without me having to hear that the computer is not responding. It is Adobe Premiere Elements 10
Videos? You want a fast processor with hyperthreading, lots of memory like 16gig would do wonders, and fast hard drive, like an SSD.
The video card, as stated previously, can be any decent midrange card. Something like a 7850 or 660ti at the $200 price range would be plenty enough for what you are talking about, and more.