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    News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    NVIDIA has launched a specialised Quadro CX graphics card specifically for users of Adobe's GPGPU-friendly Creative Suite 4 .
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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    So, not only is the GPGPU acceleration of Adobe for nVidia cards only......but they have releasing a specialised range of cards that are the only ones that will work?

    I guess nVidia did pay through the nose after all!!
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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny_Y8S View Post
    Did someone say Video Toaster?

    Not exactly new-tech!

    Did you see what I did there?
    That's going go over the heads of a lot of folk, but I thought I'd let you know that at least one person got it. Do they even still make stuff any more?
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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny_Y8S View Post
    Did someone say Video Toaster?

    Not exactly new-tech!

    Did you see what I did there?
    I see what you did there
    Only 15 years late!
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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    So, not only is the GPGPU acceleration of Adobe for nVidia cards only......but they have releasing a specialised range of cards that are the only ones that will work?

    I guess nVidia did pay through the nose after all!!
    You don't need this card specifically, any CUDA card will accelerate CS4.

    This is just the latest Quadro card that Nvidea are cross marketing with Adobe. My Quadro NVS 290 will also accelerate CS4, just not by nearly as much.

    Oh and Jenny? Nice one

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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny_Y8S View Post
    Did someone say Video Toaster?

    Not exactly new-tech!

    Did you see what I did there?
    *wrinkles eye*

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    Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

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    Talking Re: News - NVIDIA launches Quadro CX GPU in wake of Adobe collaboration

    The company Matrox have been using these tricks for years. However my card got thrown away because CPUs went faster and it was always unstable (although nice when it didn't crash!). It was a vain attempt on my part to stabilise my Premier system and be able to ring Adobe with a known (read simple but fast) hardware configuration. My Adobe CS3 system is STILL unstable even after doing averything as a clean install, and I cannot tell you how much pain that was.

    Once Hd came along AND idiots like me wanted to work in it cheaply this was an obvious progression, but please can I have some stable software again...just for an hour or two...please?

    I dread upgrades be they Microsoft or the manufacture doing it.

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