Inferior Editing Experience on RTX 2070 Super vs RTX 2060 KO
I sold my EVGA RTX 2060 KO Ultra to a friend who was building his first PC, and I replaced it with a Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super (Windforce OC 3X). While the gaming performance of the card is markedly better than the 2060, I did notice that when editing video, I have a noticeable lack of stability when scrubbing through the timeline or previewing transitions (freezing, stuttering, and occasional crashes). Hardware accelerated rendering is still very fast, but the overall editing experience is pretty bad compared to the 2060.
Does anyone know what might be causing this? I didn't have any of these issues with the 2060 KO, but the 2070 Super has been a bit difficult to edit with. Since it's primarily a gaming system (I game around 4-5 days a week for about 2 hours per day, and I edit one video a week for about 3 hours per video), I stuck with the gaming drivers from Nvidia. Would the Nvidia Studio Driver be a better option, or could that adversely effect gaming performance? I do have a tendency to play some graphics-heavy titles like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Resident Evil 3, so I'm not sure if the Studio Driver is the right fit for me, but I guess I'd like to know if it's a driver issue or something else.