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Old July 8th, 2013, 12:04 PM   #1
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Sony Vegas and the GTX 760 video card

Has any one tried the new GTX 700 series of video cards with Sony Vegas?

I am looking at the GTX 760 and wondering if it will work with Vegas. I know people have said the GTX 600 series does or doesn't work, depending on who is posting. Right now my old GTX 460 is giving me problems, so I need to replace it.

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Old July 8th, 2013, 06:59 PM   #2
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Re: Sony Vegas and the GTX 760 video card

i would be surprised (pleasantly) if even the 600 series worked. i think looking at the 700 is throwing away your money if it's just for vegas....
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Old July 17th, 2013, 03:32 PM   #3
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Re: Sony Vegas and the GTX 760 video card

I know the 600 series don't work unless you have a 670 or 680, at least that is what is reported over on the Sony site in the forum pages.

It seems the 500 series is the way to go.

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Old July 21st, 2013, 10:09 AM   #4
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Re: Sony Vegas and the GTX 760 video card

Hi Mr L. ~

The 660, 670 and 680 all work with Vegas Pro 12. Since the release of the Nvidiaís driver v320.49, released around July 2nd I believe, Vegas 11 has also benefited. Previously V11 lost GPU capability with the previous driver releases.

Running two systems here both working well, one 660 one 680. I have attached a screen shot of GPU Monitor and GPU Shark that were grabbed while V12 was rendering 1080i to Uncompressed YUV. I usually convert AVCHD to Cineform. With Cineform I can run preview at a full 25 fps on Best Full with CC and Levels without a hiccup on playback. This is on an earlier i7 CPU 950 @ 3.07GHz with the GTX 680.

Sony MP4 and MPEG 2 renders have shown greatly improved render times, faster than real-time. As of now though I have not seen anything that is as fast as Edius 6 with Intel's Quick Sync. It screams through an hourís BD render about three times faster, but then you canít have it all can you!

See attached pix.

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