Dexcon wrote on 7/20/2022, 6:14 PM

Hopefully someone with real world experience with that GPU will be able to offer an opinion, but a GTX 760 is below the recommended minimum GPU spec for Vegas Pro 19. For the recommended minimum specs, please see

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RogerS wrote on 7/20/2022, 6:22 PM

I wouldn't upgrade before doing the trial.

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Try the
VEGAS 4K "sample project" benchmark (works with VP 16+):
VEGAS Pro 20 "Ad" benchmark (works with VP 20+):

Seb-o wrote on 7/21/2022, 12:38 AM

We would like to upgrade to the latest version of Vegas Pro. But I am not sure if our graphics card will work. We are currently using a Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 card. Will this work on Vegas Pro 19?

Almost any functioning card will work, but you just won't benefit - or much - by the power on the card itself. Vegas "speed" of playback and rendering is mostly on the CPU, and of late, they begun to more and more leverage the card. I would 't hesitate,


xberk wrote on 7/21/2022, 10:18 AM

Same advice. Don't upgrade before doing the trial.

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Howard-Vigorita wrote on 7/23/2022, 11:28 AM

@jkerry Ha, ha, if someone is willing to let you try a gpu board they've got lying around and it works well for you, make them an offer. Or do what some folks I know do: buy it on Amazon prime and return it w/i 30 days if you don't like it... but I understand they'll cut you off if you make it a habit.

Just picked up an Asus Tuf brand 1660ti whose price is still higher than 'before' but has dropped to a reasonable level. Pretty decent gpu board, although I'm not crazy about Nvidia driver architecture. It seems to be a moderate step up from the 1050ti in my laptop. And the rx580 I owned and used, once upon a time, with Vegas.