We benchmarked professional Quadro, WX, and gaming cards in workstation applications. This looks at the best GPUs for video editing, Blender, & more.
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Part of what we’re looking at today is the performance of AMD’s Radeon VII in video editing workloads, hopefully determining if its 16GB framebuffer actually proves useful in professional workloads. This will be compared and contrasted to other cards, like the RTX 5000 Quadro card, the Titan RTX, Radeon Pro WX 8200, RTX 2080 Ti, and more. Our workstation GPU benchmarks look at the best video cards for professional use, including Adobe Premiere, Magix Vegas, Blender, 3DS Max, Maya, financial and cryptography applications, V-Ray, LuxMark, SolidWorks, SiSoft Sandra, and more.
GPUs TESTED (all links to Amazon):
NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000: https://geni.us/lAZms
NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000: https://geni.us/XYxs
NVIDIA Titan RTX: https://geni.us/Tvir
EVGA RTX 2080 Ti: https://geni.us/Vo11
AMD Radeon VII: https://geni.us/QV3E
AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200: https://geni.us/pXG6
AMD Vega 64: https://geni.us/RQXnL
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Testing, Editorial: Rob Williams of Techgage
Video: Josh Svoboda, Andrew Coleman
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