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  • A Graphics Card That Will Support GPUfx

    I have an Edius NX card (PCI version) installed on an Asus P5WDG2 WS motherboard system. I just upgraded my Edius system from Edius 4.6 to Edius 5. My current video card is the Radeon X800XT which apparently does not support the GPUfx transitions since I see no folder of GPUfx transitions.

    I would like to purchase a video card that is compatible with the Asus P5WDG2 WS motherboard (which has a 16 X PCIe slot that the current video card is located in). I would appreciate it if someone can recommend to me a graphics card that they know will provide the GPUfx in Edius 5 with this motherboard. I need a dual DVI video card since I am running two flat panel monitors.

    I am currently thinking of getting the nVidia 8800GT video card. Would this be a suitable video card that would gain me access to the GPUfx and would work with my motherboard?

    Thanks in advance to anyone who responds.

    Tom

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    No responses after 28 people have viewed this. I am surprised. Am I the only one facing an issue like this? In tight economic times I don't want to purchase a card that will not be any better than what I already have,i.e. will not support the GPUfx, and I need to be sure it works with my motherboard.

    Tom

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    • #3
      There are several threads already started on various graphic boards to use...

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      • #4
        Tom, I have an NVidia 8600GT and after installing E5 the GPUfx also did not show. I then installed Windows SP3 and.....they showed up.
        Maybe that could work for you.
        Mike T
        Mike Trewhella
        Intel Core i7 processor 3770K 3.50GHz, ASUS Sabertooth Z7 Mother Board, NVidia Graphics card GTX 465, 16GB RAM, Antec 300 case, Windows 7 Ultimate (64), Edius 6.55, Vistitle 2.5

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tnw2933 View Post
          I have an Edius NX card (PCI version) installed on an Asus P5WDG2 WS motherboard system. I just upgraded my Edius system from Edius 4.6 to Edius 5. My current video card is the Radeon X800XT which apparently does not support the GPUfx transitions since I see no folder of GPUfx transitions.

          I would like to purchase a video card that is compatible with the Asus P5WDG2 WS motherboard (which has a 16 X PCIe slot that the current video card is located in). I would appreciate it if someone can recommend to me a graphics card that they know will provide the GPUfx in Edius 5 with this motherboard. I need a dual DVI video card since I am running two flat panel monitors.

          I am currently thinking of getting the nVidia 8800GT video card. Would this be a suitable video card that would gain me access to the GPUfx and would work with my motherboard?

          Thanks in advance to anyone who responds.

          Tom

          Ok,
          I have that same board and have used ATI 2600xt 512 and Nvidia 8800gts 512 on it with great success.
          Jerry
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          • #6
            Mike,

            Thanks for responding. I already have Windows sp3 installed on this system so I don't think that is the issue.

            Tom

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            • #7
              Jerry,

              Thanks. That is exactly the information that I wanted. I shall look into getting the nVidia 8800GTS card. Thank you.

              Tom

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