Video Card & X-14


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I have an 8 year old Dell Alienware desktop that I used then passed it on to one of my designers.  Just loaded X-14 and it says the video card does not meet minimum requirements.  Attached is a screenshot of the video card specs.  X-12 and 13 runs fine. Does X-14 require a much newer video card?

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Here are the original specs


GTX 690 GPU Engine Specs:

3072 CUDA Cores

915 Base Clock (MHz)

1019 Boost Clock (MHz)

234 Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)

GTX 690 Memory Specs:

6.0 Memory Speed (Gbps)

4096 MB (2048 MB per GPU) GDDR5 Standard Memory Config

512-bit (256-bit per GPU) Memory Interface Width

384 Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)

GTX 690 Support:

GPU Boost, PhysX, TXAA, NVIDIA G-SYNC-ready  Important Technologies

3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 11, Adaptive V Sync, FXAA, NVIDIA Surround, SLI Other Supported Technologies 1

4.2 OpenGL

12 API Microsoft DirectX

PCI Express 3.0Bus Support

Yes  Certified for Windows 7

Quad SLI Options 2

Display Support:

4 displays Multi Monitor

4096 x 2160 Maximum Digital Resolution 4

2048 x 1536 Maximum VGA Resolution


Yes (via dongle)HDMI 3

Two Dual Link DVI-I. One Dual link DVI-D. One Mini-Display port 1.2Standard Display Connectors

Internal Audio Input for HDMI

GTX 690 Graphics Card Dimensions:

3D Vision Ready:

Yes  3D Blu-Ray

Yes  3D Gaming

Yes  3D Vision Live (Photos and Videos)

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7 hours ago, RobUSMC said:

Just spoke to support and the video card for X-14 now must be at least a 10 series preferably the 30 series. So time for new PC's


You could look at the BF Sales or at EVGA's BF Sale, they have 1600 Series and Up available for $200 and up..... 2000 series from $250 etc

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