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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #125 on: Today at 09:13:37 pm »
At performance / price paid for mb+cpu , AMD wins.  At performance / electricity used, amd probably wins or is neck and neck, depending on encoding settings.

You'll get no argument from me, I agree.
 

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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #126 on: Today at 09:18:06 pm »
You would save about 150 on the CPU, 50 on the cooler and perhaps another 50 on the motherboard or so. Not better performance *and* price, but price gains for sure.
Could save more than $100 on motherboard if go for B350 chipset.
 

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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #127 on: Today at 09:20:52 pm »
The Ryzen 2700x has roughly the same performance as your CPU. Some wins, some losses as can be expected.

And both the 2700X and 8700X have only 16 PCI lanes, somethign which people have taken me to task about in the 7820X choice that has 28 lanes.

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Asking us to beat *both* price and performance is just dirty fighting IMO  ;D

That's the point, there is nothing wrong with my choice apart from it's not the best overall bang-per-buck.
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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #128 on: Today at 09:23:11 pm »
You would save about 150 on the CPU, 50 on the cooler and perhaps another 50 on the motherboard or so. Not better performance *and* price, but price gains for sure.
Could save more than $100 on motherboard if go for B350 chipset.

My appologies. When I looked up the price of his Mobo apparently the first hit was a used board. So, yeah, 100 if not 150$.

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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #129 on: Today at 09:32:55 pm »
The Ryzen 2700x has roughly the same performance as your CPU. Some wins, some losses as can be expected.

And both the 2700X and 8700X have only 16 PCI lanes, somethign which people have taken me to task about in the 7820X choice that has 24 lanes.

Ryzen has 16 PCI-E 3.0 lanes available from CPU to directly connect GPU, 4 PCI-E 3.0 lanes for NVMe SSD + additional lanes from chipset.

 

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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #130 on: Today at 09:39:35 pm »
BTW threadripper has 64 PCI-E lanes if that's what you are after  :).
 

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Re: 4K Video Editing PC Build
« Reply #131 on: Today at 09:45:34 pm »

And both the 2700X and 8700X have only 16 PCI lanes, somethign which people have taken me to task about in the 7820X choice that has 28 lanes.
No one "took you to task" for choosing a processor that only has 28 lanes. We critiqued the choice of buying a processor that only has 28 lanes, on a platform designed for a processor with over 40 lanes. Putting that CPU in an X299 board gimps a bunch of the PCI-E slot - which is one of the reasons why you'd buy the platform in the first place.
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That's the point, there is nothing wrong with my choice apart from it's not the best overall bang-per-buck.
If saving close to $400 is not worth doing 30 minutes of basic research, then so be it. Your time is clearly far more valuable than mine.
 


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