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Old 05-06-2012, 08:44 AM   #1
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Default Ivy bridge mother board?

I want to build a Ivy Bridge 3770K based computer next week. Inside I plan on a Nvidia graphics card and a Spark.

Do you all think the Asus Sabertooth Z77 board will be a good board?
Here is a link to a review. If not this board what would you all recommend?

http://brycv.com/blog/2012/ivy-bridg...abertooth-z77/
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Old 05-06-2012, 10:19 AM   #2
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I have looked into this and i prefered the Asus P8Z77 WS it has a good selection of PCIe slots, Sata and USB sockets and still has firewire which is disapearing slowly
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I think I am going to go for the ASRock Z77 Extreme6
Comes with a firewire port too.
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:47 PM   #4
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Check what is shared on those boards. Lots of slots does
not mean you have enough lanes to handle them. A video card
and a 4x card take all the lanes. Then it's a game of
sharing or turning other things off.
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Well ordered my ASRock Z77 Extreme6 and Ivy Bridge CPU and they are on their way. Be interesting to see how things run once all installed. Had to get a board with a firewire port as I have truckloads of archived tapes.
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Im sure many users like myself would like to know before spending hard earned cash Will Edius 6.5 support Ivybridge
as Ivybridge is so new How about it and let us know ?
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I would not place too much trust in FireWire port on a motherboard.

A while ago I've looked into this question and found that FW ports on a motherboard almost never are built around "Agere" or "TI" chipsets. Yet my experience is that these may have a small edge over the rest in problematic digitization cases.

If external FireWire equipment is always the same and there is no need to digitize problematic tapes then FireWire on a motherboard could be OK.
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Im sure many users like myself would like to know before spending hard earned cash Will Edius 6.5 support Ivybridge
as Ivybridge is so new How about it and let us know ?
Yes it will. I know David Clark is in the early process of testing these. I am sure he will chime in.
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As for the firewire question, It all becomes a game of resources meaning PCIe lanes. I prefer add-in cards because when a client no longer needs firewire, it can be taken out and exchanged for something else. The TI Agrere issue is still valid though I have not seen problems with the built-in VIA chipset that is on some of my clients systems. Vista had driver issues.

I do not expect that there will be any problems with Z77 Ivy Bridge and Edius 6.5 though quick sync may be affected being that the 3rd Gen. Intel CPU's utilize a new version GPU, HD4000 vs the HD3000 in some of the 2nd Gen chips. So if h.264 encoding is what your after I would wait to see the bench marks of this. David know doubt will be the first to post those numbers.
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Quick Sync runs with EDIUS and the new Ivy Bridge on a Z77 board.
Just got my setup going, still adding in all parts but it works :-)

Encoding out files with the quick sync - hardware encoder and without produces exact same quality files. 60 second 1920/1080 25p timeline took 25 seconds to render out a H.264 compared to 2mins and 10 seconds without it.
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