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  • Asus P5k64 Ws

    Is this board compatible with NX?
    custom PC No 1 ; mdb: Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3, cpu: i7 2600K, vga 1: 2x nvidia gainward GTX 670 (2GB), vga 2: intel ,ram: kingstone hyperx ddr3 16GB, sys HDD: SSD Transcend 128GB, monitors: 3x LG L225WT dvi, 1x plasma tv LG 50PK350 nle: HD SPARK, OS: windows 7 x64 ultimate

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  • #2
    it is on the list
    http://www.canopus.com/support/hardw...patibility.php
    Anton Strauss
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    • #3
      Originally posted by sashamed View Post
      Is this board compatible with NX?
      Just look at this thread

      http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...ead.php?t=4576

      I have gone into detail regarding this mainboard, though you would need a newer NX Express boardset. The P5K64 WS does not support PCI-X 64bit slots.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by gdame View Post
        Just look at this thread

        http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...ead.php?t=4576

        I have gone into detail regarding this mainboard, though you would need a newer NX Express boardset. The P5K64 WS does not support PCI-X 64bit slots.
        Sorry! You are in right. My mistake. I think about Asus P5K WS. That board has PCI-X 64bit.
        custom PC No 1 ; mdb: Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3, cpu: i7 2600K, vga 1: 2x nvidia gainward GTX 670 (2GB), vga 2: intel ,ram: kingstone hyperx ddr3 16GB, sys HDD: SSD Transcend 128GB, monitors: 3x LG L225WT dvi, 1x plasma tv LG 50PK350 nle: HD SPARK, OS: windows 7 x64 ultimate

        custom PC No 2; mdb: asus P6T deluxe v2, cpu: i7 920, vga: nvidia gainward 275 (896mb), ram: kingstone hyperx ddr3 12GB, monitor: 2x LG L20WT dvi, OS: windows 7 x64 ultimate

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sashamed View Post
          Sorry! You are in right. My mistake. I think about Asus P5K WS. That board has PCI-X 64bit.
          I have not used it and I do not plan to. PCI-X is old technology. Maybe you could sell your NX PCI-X and move up to NX Express-PCIe.
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          • #6
            I am using the PCI-X (64 bits) + PCI (32 bits) for NX + daughterboard. It might be "old technology" - but, it is working fine here. Absolutely pleased about the performance of the card on my Supermicro motherboard. Not a single problem to date.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by tingsern View Post
              I am using the PCI-X (64 bits) + PCI (32 bits) for NX + daughterboard. It might be "old technology" - but, it is working fine here. Absolutely pleased about the performance of the card on my Supermicro motherboard. Not a single problem to date.
              I agree, my SP board is a solid fit in the supermicro board due to the long slot

              I have also an NX PCIe and the board flaps in the wind from all the fans and I am scared it will get bad connection after a while due to the fact that their is no rear card support and such a short PCIe connector
              Anton Strauss
              Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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              • #8
                PCI-X is old tehnology,but better in datarate than pci-e. I just don't know details about that,but the difference between this two standards is: pci-x has same datarate in both directions, and pci-e has in one direction half (or lower) datarate. Obviously, pci-e has good enough datarate for NLE.
                custom PC No 1 ; mdb: Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3, cpu: i7 2600K, vga 1: 2x nvidia gainward GTX 670 (2GB), vga 2: intel ,ram: kingstone hyperx ddr3 16GB, sys HDD: SSD Transcend 128GB, monitors: 3x LG L225WT dvi, 1x plasma tv LG 50PK350 nle: HD SPARK, OS: windows 7 x64 ultimate

                custom PC No 2; mdb: asus P6T deluxe v2, cpu: i7 920, vga: nvidia gainward 275 (896mb), ram: kingstone hyperx ddr3 12GB, monitor: 2x LG L20WT dvi, OS: windows 7 x64 ultimate

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gdame View Post
                  I have not used it and I do not plan to. PCI-X is old technology. Maybe you could sell your NX PCI-X and move up to NX Express-PCIe.
                  It is no slower than the PCI-e version. PCI-X is not old technology in workstation boards or in server boards, it just isn't in consmer boards.

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                  • #10
                    PCI-X version just fit very well into P5WDG2-WS Pro, although this MB is not referred in the list for PCI-X.
                    Perharps is the same thing for P5k64 Ws.

                    Marc
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                    • #11
                      This Thread is just a load of old Boards:-)

                      There are many more high end boards to choose from for the older setup and it works and thats the whole point isn't it?

                      The newer NXE is harder to satisfy on install as it uses 2 PCIe slots the p5k64ws as gdame has pointed out is the best solution if you want a raid setup also!!

                      This is important if you want to edit HQ for long projects a raid is needed and the Highpoint rocket raid 2310 is the way to go.

                      Just make sure the case you put it in has good cooling!!
                      Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
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                      • #12
                        By the way, what's so good about the Highpoint card? I haven't tried one but my Areca 1120 does a wonderfull job. Is there any main reason thie Highpoint is better?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Marc44 View Post
                          PCI-X version just fit very well into P5WDG2-WS Pro, although this MB is not referred in the list for PCI-X.
                          Perharps is the same thing for P5k64 Ws.

                          Marc
                          I have that board and it has been great! The only issue that I had, when it was new, was the board recognizing the speed of the ram acurately. But, I am overclocking and I had to adjust the speed of the ram anyway.
                          It has been a workhorse for the past 2 years. Not one second of down time.

                          That said, I will be moving to the Stoakley-Seaburg motherboards from Supermicro for the next system. Just the motherboard is $529, 2 chips are in the $2600 range, I haven't even priced the ram yet. That system would be future proofed for at least 3-5 years. At least, as far as processor number and speed goes.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by shueardm View Post
                            It is no slower than the PCI-e version. PCI-X is not old technology in workstation boards or in server boards, it just isn't in consmer boards.
                            Hi Mark, I did not say that PCI-X does not perform well, My own system has is a PCI-X based Tyan K8WE and yes my raid controller is a 64bit PCI-X Netcell Raid 3 (can not get these anymore) PCI-X is most definitely still a enterprise class interface for server boards. I consider this to be a different class of system than I have been referring to regarding Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad based systems. PCI-X implementations on sever boards are very different than PCI-X on these lower end workstation/consumer mainboards. Server boards have more PCI channel segmentation that allows other slower cards to be installed on a separate PCI channel than the performance card. This allows independent full performance and full compatibility among multiple devices. This is one of the caveats of designing a certified Avid studio workstation. The 975X and P35 based implementations of PCI-X have constraints on the how the other slots get used and what gets installed into them. This all make for a very tricky configuration. Put one PCI card that is slower on the same channel and then that high performance PCI-X card has been slowed down significantly. I am not saying that it can not work only that I would not design one this way.

                            I am not challenging you as I enjoy reading your comments and you have shared some great wisdom here over the years.
                            George Dame
                            Grass Valley / Canopus System Integrator - Nearly 13 Years
                            Providing Systems, Onsite Delivery, Support & Training Services Nationwide
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                            • #15
                              By the way, what's so good about the Highpoint card? I haven't tried one but my Areca 1120 does a wonderfull job. Is there any main reason thie Highpoint is better?

                              I dont know? NO realy I dont it was gdame said it was good and I like it because I could install it and it does what gdame said After some initial testing with 4 disk raid I am getting good results.

                              As comparred to other raid cards I have'nt a clue............................as its the first I have setup.

                              ;-)
                              Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
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