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Replace GeForce GTX 285 with 750 Ti...

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GAZX87-UD3H / GA EP45, DS3/ P6T5 WS Revolution
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i5 4670K / Q6600 / I7@4.2 GHz
Graphics
Radeon 6870 / Nvidia GTX 285 / Nvidia GTX 285
Mac
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
Hey guys,

I am thinking about a replacement of my Graphics Card.
As you can see in the screenshot i am running a Intel Core i5 4670K 4x 3.40GHz CPU overlocked to 4.2 GHz.
As GPU a Nvidia GTX2 285.

I am doing heavy web development, graphics design and some video editing with my system.
Sometimes a little bit of 3D witt Cinema 4D or Blender.

I know a new GFX, lets say a relatively cheap 750 Ti would speed up my Cuda performance and Open CL speed, and brings it to the newest Versions of each, witch are not supported by the old GTX 285.

But my Question is. Brings the replacement of the old GPU a better overall speeded and balanced Yosemite System?
I have the problem that Yosemite gets a little bit laggy after a whole day of work, with Photoshop, Illustrator and some Editor open and Safari, Firefox, with a bunch of Tabs...

As i cannot increase my RAM, the only way I can speedup my sys is the old GPU.

What do you think. Will it speed up my system?
Witch part of Yosemite profits form GPU excelleration?

By the way. I am using a Crucial MX100 512GB SSD!

BR,
derpuma
 

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HP Probook 8560P
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Intel® Core™I5-2540M
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6470M
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MacBook Pro
Classic Mac
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Android
Hey guys,

I am thinking about a replacement of my Graphics Card.
As you can see in the screenshot i am running a Intel Core i5 4670K 4x 3.40GHz CPU overlocked to 4.2 GHz.
As GPU a Nvidia GTX2 285.

I am doing heavy web development, graphics design and some video editing with my system.
Sometimes a little bit of 3D witt Cinema 4D or Blender.

I know a new GFX, lets say a relatively cheap 750 Ti would speed up my Cuda performance and Open CL speed, and brings it to the newest Versions of each, witch are not supported by the old GTX 285.

But my Question is. Brings the replacement of the old GPU a better overall speeded and balanced Yosemite System?
I have the problem that Yosemite gets a little bit laggy after a whole day of work, with Photoshop, Illustrator and some Editor open and Safari, Firefox, with a bunch of Tabs...

As i cannot increase my RAM, the only way I can speedup my sys is the old GPU.

What do you think. Will it speed up my system?
Witch part of Yosemite profits form GPU excelleration?

By the way. I am using a Crucial MX100 512GB SSD!

BR,
derpuma
Go for a used 770 instead, they are at the same price as a new 750ti
 
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