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  • avlab1
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    SP Returned

    I just recieve the RMA for the SP. I'll be sending it back tomorrow.

    Just want to thanks all of you who tried to help.

    Alex

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  • antonsvideo
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    I built it myself

    I am not sure where you are located, but there should be supermicro resellers worldwide, go to supermicro.com and see if you can find a reseller in your area

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  • avlab1
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    what I have in my signature is way cheaper than XW8600
    Where can I get a system like that?

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  • antonsvideo
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    what I have in my signature is way cheaper than XW8600

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  • avlab1
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    I decided to keep both, and get me another computer for SP. So guys now I want to be sure. Which PC will you recommend, the ultra expensive XW8600? or is there any other in that category at a better price?

    Thanks again

    Alex

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Hmm, for that system only the NX Express (2 x1 PCI Express boards) or SP SDI boardset (1 x1 PCI Express, 1 32-bit PCI) would work.

    Major differences between SP SDI and NX Express are that NX Express lacks:
    • SD SDI in/out
    • Balanced audio in/out
    • RS-422 device control
    • SD Component in

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by avlab1 View Post
    ANton, where do you change the settings, Windows hardware or is it a board software settings?


    Alex
    in Edius, go to settings, hardware settings/system settings

    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e.../ref-input.gif

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  • avlab1
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    Thank Jerry for checking up. As I said in my first post, I'm planning to replace the hard drives for XP downgrade.
    Actually I'm in that process right now. Even if it won't work with SP I decided to keep it for the other "gillion" things, as I dont like to install anything else in my edit system.
    Anyways I would like to know if it does works (HD) whith these kind of slots.
    Edius is the one I might be sending back in worst scenario, but can't open it.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by avlab1 View Post
    Computer is
    HP m9250f
    2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6700 CPU
    4GB (4x1GB) RAM 1TB
    (2x500GB) SATA Hard Drive
    SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe
    nVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
    Windows Vista Home Premium (64-Bit)

    1x PCI Express x16
    2x PCI Express x1
    1x PCI

    I just got the package but wont be opening until I'm sure.

    Thanks.
    Make sure of the type of board and you will have to move to XP Pro in order to use the board at all. There are NO drivers for hardware for Vista 32 or 64.

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  • avlab1
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    Computer is
    HP m9250f
    2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6700 CPU
    4GB (4x1GB) RAM 1TB
    (2x500GB) SATA Hard Drive
    SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe
    nVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
    Windows Vista Home Premium (64-Bit)

    1x PCI Express x16
    2x PCI Express x1
    1x PCI

    I just got the package but wont be opening until I'm sure.



    Thanks.
    Last edited by avlab1; 06-05-2008, 11:39 PM.

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Technically the SP mainboard only requires a 64-bit PCI slot. It doesn't have to be PCI-X.

    The HD output board requires only a 32-bit PCI slot (normal run-of-the-mill PCI slot).

    What HP computer model are you intending to install this in to?

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  • avlab1
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    Thanks guys,
    Now, how do I know which board is it? according to BH site the requirements are 2 PCI slots. It does not mention PCI X.

    The HP Computer does not have PCI X.


    ANton, where do you change the settings, Windows hardware or is it a board software settings?


    Alex

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  • johannesj
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    PCI-X version of the SP board will only work in SD projects if you put it in 32bit pci.
    If you put the SP in pci-x it will work in HD.

    Mb
    johannes

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  • antonsvideo
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    be sure to set input ref to internal while editing, otherwise editing performance will be slower than a snail

    for example, when working in player preview window to mark in and out and then add to timeline, there will be a 3-5 second delay before anything appears on timeline, then when going from timeline back to player window, the same delay will happen

    with input ref on internal, it will be super fast, however it won't be locked to external ref, which does not matter during editing

    I wish there was a quick switch without having to go to hardware settings

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  • Aristotelis
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    Which SP board did you order? the PCI-X or the PCI-e version (SP SDI)??

    Just make sure that the "small" HP system has a PCI-X slot... I think that it hasn't and in that case the PCI-X version of the SP board will only work in SD projects.

    Your projects will be compatible with the new system, don't worry about that...

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