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Old 07-22-2013, 12:12 AM   #1
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Default Edius 7 and i-7 900 series

Now that Edius 7 is 64 bit and will it have better performance. Would it make sense to upgrade a i-7 930 to a 980 six core? Will a Ivybridge quad still out perform a 980 six core? (in editing not so much rendering)
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:42 AM   #2
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I would say upgrading to a Haswell 4770k platform when it settles down a little bit will be faster.
My 980x still is faster than my 3770k with editing. This is where the 12 cores shine. MPEG2 output is faster as well.
As far as anything that is raw mathematical computations in nature goes, the 3770k is faster.
At this point, I wouldn't invest in the 980 or 990x because you could probably get a motherboard and 4770k for the same price. The 980x usually runs between $400 and $500 on ebay. The 990x is still up there in price.
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Well I already have everything else all I would need is the chip itself which I could get for like $300-$400.
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The 980 will run hotter than your 2.8 chip. I have mine water cooled and clocked at 3.74.
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The 980 will run hotter than your 2.8 chip. I have mine water cooled and clocked at 3.74.
you had never trouble overclocking your i7 ?
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Nope. I have it water cooled. The newer Sandybridge through Haswell is much easier to overclock, but the 980x has an unlocked multiplier.
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