Great card to upgrade.
GTX680 was getting old for 4k footage
- GTX980ti almost twice the cuda cores as my old GTX680
- Each release of Premiere Pro adds more gpu effects. Transform in the latest version now is GPU accelerated which means getting a better GPU is important.
Dave’s ‘Beast’ Computer Parts List
- Intel i7-5960X 8-core Haswell-E
- Asus X99 Deluxe Motherboard (upgraded to version U3.1)
- Crucial DDR4 64G 2133MHz (the price has come down a lot since last year!)
- NZXT H630 CA White Case
- NZXT Krakan X61 CPU Water Cooler
- Seasonic Platinum Series SS-860XP2 Active PFC F3 860W The
NZXT Hale 1000 Watt 90+ Gold PSUwas too noisy so I swapped it out.
- Noctua NF-A14 PWM 140mm
NZXT FN120 V2the NZXT got noisy after a year so I swapped them out.
- Samsung 2TB 850 Evo SSD (Media Drive)
- Kingston 480GB SSD (Scratch Drive)
- Samsung 840 EVO SSD 1TB drive (Export drive Drive)
- Corsair Force Series GT SSD 240GB (OS Drive for Windows 10)
- WD 6TB HDD for two (Backup Drives)
- LG 34UC97-S 34″ UltraWide I love this wide curved monitor, great for editing.
Titan X vs 980Ti
- Titan 12G vs. GTX 980ti 6G VRAM
- Nervous I would use over 6g in my projects. However it is hard to use 4G of Vram
- Noise reduction might use more in Resolve, might care but I have an a7s.
- 680 350 dropped frames in edit tab
- 980ti no dropped frames on edit tab
- Render times, 680 2:32, 980ti 1:35
Thank James Drake