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  • #31
    Read post #27 in this thread.
    Jerry
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    • #32
      Originally posted by Romigo View Post
      I want to buy Skylake 6700K CPU.

      Can Edius export mp4 with QUICK SYNC support a fast as 4790K?

      I have read about the old intel driver issue.
      Can I install the old driver on 6700K CPU and ASRock Z170 Extreme 7+ motherboard?
      Personally I'm not seeing any real speed difference between the 4790K and the 6700K when using quicksync.

      No you can't use older drivers as the older drivers won't recognize the Intel GPU so won't install, and I found I had to use the latest Intel driver ending in 4300 otherwise files came in green inside Edius
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