is Asus GT 710 2GB DDR5 capable of running Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After effects & Blender?

billamama

Journeyman
I want this GPU for my old pc

GA-78LMT-USB 3 6.0
Phenom II X4 810
Corsair vengeance DDR3 8gb (CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10) x 4
Corsair VS 450
KINGSTON SA400S37240G ATA Device (SSD) : 223gb
TOSHIBA DT01ACA100 ATA Device : 931gb
WDC WD10EURX-63C57Y0 ATA Device : 931gb
ATI Radeon 3000 :)
 

Æsoteric Positron

I AM GROOT (and so are you)
Well, I'll suggest you to get a better GPU than gt710 if you plan on doing GPU intensive tasks. That being said, it would be a huge improvement over ATI Radeon 3000 anyway.
 
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billamama

billamama

Journeyman
Well, I'll suggest you to get a better GPU than gt710 if you plan on doing GPU intensive tasks. That being said, it would be a huge improvement over ATI Radeon 3000 anyway.
Actually with phenom II X4 810 there is CPU bottleneck Problem with gtx1050 ti, gtx 1650 Super
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
It depends on the features you plan to use in the softwares. Some features will refuse to work without GPU acceleration. However for basic usage, a GT 710 will be fine. Obviously if you could get a better GPU, it would be much better
 

cyph0rcyn

Right off the assembly line
A GT 710 is enough for Premiere Pro but ONLY if you're editing in 720p/1080p and are not doing anything crazy.
As for Photoshop, it should be fine enough. Brushes may have a bit of a delay if they're highly detailed.
After Effects, I'm pretty sure you may have to leave that out because it's VERY intensive.
As for Blender, basic 3D stuff should be A-okay.
 
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billamama

billamama

Journeyman
is there any other card that wil go well with AMD Phenom II X4 810
( Cores 4, Threads 4, Stock Core Speed 2600 MHz, Stock Bus Speed 200 MHz, Average Temperature 52 °C) ?
 
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