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Old 02-22-2017, 09:49 AM   #21
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A loan,right, I've got nothing and she's got less :) :)

Prob just me but I wouldn't want to put all that money into a CPU as dear as that ;)
but that is exactly what gets you the speed with EDIUS, nothing else is as important
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but that is exactly what gets you the speed with EDIUS, nothing else is as important
OK Anton, thank you as always.
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Old 02-22-2017, 01:34 PM   #23
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Hello Tony,

I have been looking at the upcoming AMD Ryzen 1800x chip. It is an 8-core chip that is supposed to equal the Intel 8-core models but for less than half the price.
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I'll wait and see what happens with the Ryzen chip.
I read that if Ryzen doesn't turn out to be duff these intel chips will take a nose dive.

I'm in no big rush, I'll hold off and see what happens. :)
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I don't see a big price drop, if any. Intel will more than likely increase performance, rather than drop prices.
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That could indeed happen Jerry

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Will be an interesting year though to see how the AMD parts work ( with all the NLE's ) and what response Intel has to competition. At the moment my i7 4790 works for me but would love better 4K performance without spending a lot. Competition at 8 cores with hyperthreading will be good.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/31711...the-price.html
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Hello Tony,

I have been looking at the upcoming AMD Ryzen 1800x chip. It is an 8-core chip that is supposed to equal the Intel 8-core models but for less than half the price.

Benchmarks need to be seen but I will be watching the rollout which happens in ~10 days. So you might want to wait a few weeks before buying anything just to give it a chance.
Just seen this Tim :)

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/amd-r...cp-39v-am.html
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You're looking at about $250 US, for a decent motherboard.
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If the performance is confirmed one could upgrade ( CPU, motherboard and memory ) for less than the cost of the Intel CPU. I think that is real competition. In my case I would have to buy a GPU too but that is also true for the 8 core Intel parts.
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I like that the processor listed at 4Ghz. That alone is better than the Intel chips. We will see how well they overclock and what temps they run at.

Further down the page, I found info about special instruction sets which Jerry told me to look for. It is positive that this is being talked about which gives some confidence AMD did their homework.

"Even with respect to SIMD instruction set extension AMD is now pulling up equal to the competition and has now mastered AVX2 (Advanced Vector Extensions), which enable dramatic performance improvements in floating-point calculations in scientific simulations, video-, picture- and audio editing, as well as video games and multimedia applications, in so far as the application supports this feature. "

I wish I had looked at AMD stock last year - it was in the $2 range and is now in the $14 range. That is also an indicator Intel is in for some competition.
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