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  • Edius NX PCIe Compatible Motherboard??

    Hi would like to grow up my computer with

    Intel Extreme Quad-Core processor 2.66,8MB L2 cach,1066MHz FSB

    GIGABYTE X38-DQ6 with DDR2 Ram.

    So the motherboard and processor compatble with Edius NX PCIe ??

    Best Regards.

  • #2
    Check out the compatibility list on the canopus website;-)

    And have a look at the ASUS board in the sig Its on the list and is widely used!
    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.
    Procoder 3.06 and various Prodad add-ons

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    • #3
      Build it with the configuration that Imagine Video mentioned and you will be very happy.

      Asus P5K64 WS (GV certified, 1333 fsb & DDR3)
      Intel QX9650 (3GHz Quad Core w/ 1333 fsb)
      OCZ DDR3 Platinum (1333MHz Rock Solid & Fast!)
      High Point 2310 Raid Controller (PCIe x4, 4 SATA-II/300 Ports, over 200MB/sec with only 2 drives!)
      Quadro FX 1500 or 1700 Graphics Card (GV certified, Rock Solid, Single Slot with unobstructed cooling)
      Use a single 7200 rpm SATA-II/300 Hard Disk for OS rather than the 10,000 rpm Raptor. (The Raptor is not SATA-II/300)

      This recipe is certified by me, my customers and those that have followed my threads.
      George Dame
      Grass Valley / Canopus System Integrator - Nearly 13 Years
      Providing Systems, Onsite Delivery, Support & Training Services Nationwide
      Get Your Copy of The Edius 6 Comprehensive Tutorial by contacting me via PM, email or phone
      Invite us to your local video association for a full demonstration!
      www.editHD.com - 1-877-ieditDV

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      • #4
        How well will a Q6600 processor work with HDV?

        Hi there

        I'm about to build a new rig. Til now I have been using a 939 dual core opteron with a NX pcie and 2320 rocketraid. Unfortunately my motherboard has developed an intermittent fault and rather than try and replace it I'm looking at the option of Intel quad core.

        Is anyone using the q6600 processor on the P5K64 WS and if so are you overclocking it successfully?

        What differences are there in performance between the q**** and the qx qx**** processors?

        Many thanks in anticipation.

        Andrew
        Andrew Whiteley

        Edius Workstation 9.51 on Intensity pro 4k, Windows 10 pro 64bit, Gigabyte GA-Z170XP-SLI Intel Z170, GTX 750 Ti 2Gb, i7 6700K 4.0GHz, 32 Gb RAM, 'C' drive Samsung M.2 256Gb,
        Media drive 2 X Samsung 850 pro 1Tb RAID 0,
        Archive media drive Hitachi 4TB

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gdame View Post
          Build it with the configuration that Imagine Video mentioned and you will be very happy.

          Asus P5K64 WS (GV certified, 1333 fsb & DDR3)
          Intel QX9650 (3GHz Quad Core w/ 1333 fsb)
          OCZ DDR3 Platinum (1333MHz Rock Solid & Fast!)
          High Point 2310 Raid Controller (PCIe x4, 4 SATA-II/300 Ports, over 200MB/sec with only 2 drives!)
          Quadro FX 1500 or 1700 Graphics Card (GV certified, Rock Solid, Single Slot with unobstructed cooling)
          Use a single 7200 rpm SATA-II/300 Hard Disk for OS rather than the 10,000 rpm Raptor. (The Raptor is not SATA-II/300)

          This recipe is certified by me, my customers and those that have followed my threads.
          Hi Goerge, Any site you can recommend to purchase this items, if can't be publish please PM me.

          AVL

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          • #6
            1333fsb or the new 1600fsb Motherboards?

            I'm just about ready to purchase the parts to a new HD system and was going to buy the P5K64 motherboard, but then I saw Asus has a new 1600 fsb motherboards. They say it's about 20% faster. I know that my 800 fsb MB is faster than my 533 fsb MB, with the same CPU speed and memory. Any recommendations in the 1600 fsb motherboards? I would still want to use Edius PCI-Express, the Quadro 1500 or 1700 and a raid card. Is there a problem with this thinking?

            Thanks
            Bob
            AsRock Z170 Extreme6+, I7-6700K OC to 4.7, MSI GTX 980ti, 32gig of ram, H100i cooler, 1TB WD Black for system. WD Black drives For footage, Sizes changes as needed. 2 WD Gold drives are in a Raid setup, Win-10 Pro 64bit. Edius 7.53
            2 24" HD Samsung monitors and a 43" Sony UHD TV, XBR-43X800D. 2, Panasonic DVX-200 Cameras.

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            • #7
              To GDame

              Why do you recomend a Quadro?
              TIA

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              • #8
                Still the MB of choice?

                Originally posted by gdame View Post
                Build it with the configuration that Imagine Video mentioned and you will be very happy.

                Asus P5K64 WS (GV certified, 1333 fsb & DDR3)
                Intel QX9650 (3GHz Quad Core w/ 1333 fsb)
                OCZ DDR3 Platinum (1333MHz Rock Solid & Fast!)
                High Point 2310 Raid Controller (PCIe x4, 4 SATA-II/300 Ports, over 200MB/sec with only 2 drives!)
                Quadro FX 1500 or 1700 Graphics Card (GV certified, Rock Solid, Single Slot with unobstructed cooling)
                Use a single 7200 rpm SATA-II/300 Hard Disk for OS rather than the 10,000 rpm Raptor. (The Raptor is not SATA-II/300)

                This recipe is certified by me, my customers and those that have followed my threads.
                Here we are 3 months down the pike. Is this still the MB of Choice? I have had some stability issues and BIOS problems with my last three ASUS boards and was kind of hoping to go a different direction this time around.

                What are the latest thoughts for a solid MB for a NX Express system?
                ASUS ROG Strix Z490- E, i9 1090 @ 2.8G, 32GRam, Window 10, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

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                • #9
                  It is very interesting topic. I had problem with my last asus MB too and I would like to have Gigabyte now.

                  I think about GA-X48_dQ6.

                  I think it will be ok, right?

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                  • #10
                    I'd like to know how the Giga-byte x48T DQ6 is with NX PCIe board as well.

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