Just wondering what other After Effects users have made of the CUDA support in AE, I recently bought a PC super clocked 680GTX (mostly for gaming in bootcamp) I haven't really noticed much difference in after effects. I know its just the Ray tracing renderer but how many people actually use this? It seem real slow to me. Think it's good for 3D Element but that's it really. Anyhow it sounds like adobe are already supporting OpenCL with the exception of 4 effects Fast Blur effect, Gaussian Blur effect, Directional Blur effect and Basic 3D effect. Which sound pretty good (I'm still on CS6) http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/2013/07/09/adobe-cc-official-opencl-support-update/ Anyone using an ATI card with Adobe CC? Does OpenCL accelerated GPU speed things up a lot? I guess I'm trying to work out which nMP to buy or if I should wait for the next one, in a year or 2. I'm on a 2.93 (2009) 8 core now with solid state and the GTX 680. Which is fast but thinking the new 12 core is the way to go, as I also do some Cinema 4D. Judging by benchmarks it seems the 680 GTX I have now would be about the same as the D700 for gaming on the PC side, well I am hoping for a bit faster. If you do AE what nMP will you be buying?