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Funny thing is in rendering and 3d work the 990x does dominate all pretty much, apart from a couple benchmarks.

I also totally agree that the 990x is the better CPU for this build as in the real world time is money and epeen is well Irrelevant.

Sure the 2600k is better for "gaming" but thats for another discussion which has been had on OCN more than a couple times
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Alright I've got the build for a 2600K PC, and the price went down $300. I think I will go with this instead.

*snip*

Jesus H. Christ, and I came into overclock.net thinking that I had finally found a MATURE FORUM
I don't think you have any right insulting any of the forum members mate, all their inputs have helped get you to where you are now. So I don't see why you're getting angry at jlells01, all he's doing is having a discussion with Masked . What's it to you? Everyone's pretty much answered all your queries and you've got some great advice that otherwise would have cost you hundreds in consultation fees.

Btw you should read the forum TOS, you've already broken a handful of them. Best of luck with your build.
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Funny; I've been around here years longer than both of you...
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Yeah there was a 32 year old attending my high school, that's about 17 more years of experience than he had over everyone else. Therefore everything that came out of his mouth was dead-accurate and inarguable, of course.
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Yeah there was a 32 year old attending my high school, that's about 17 more years of experience than he had over everyone else. Therefore everything that came out of his mouth was dead-accurate and inarguable, of course.
For your card, look at the Quadro 5-s...Great card, great value and if you ever plan to actually game, like I said, you can always cross monitor...1x1, 1x1.

Did an Ebay search as well and there are a couple Quadro's up there..."on the cheap".

Ultimately, the warranty is a big deal w/the Quadro's...So, I'd call PNY just to confirm.

It's realistically the difference of 1000$ out or in your pocket.
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I don't think you have any right insulting any of the forum members mate, all their inputs have helped get you to where you are now. So I don't see why you're getting angry at jlells01, all he's doing is having a discussion with Masked . What's it to you? Everyone's pretty much answered all your queries and you've got some great advice that otherwise would have cost you hundreds in consultation fees.

Btw you should read the forum TOS, you've already broken a handful of them. Best of luck with your build.
All jlells has said to me so far is that he is right because he has a chart. And that's the only thing he has contributed to this entire thread. Then he tells me I have the illusion of superiority, even though I had said nothing at all to make me seem superior to anyone here, I clearly entered this forum lacking handfuls of knowledge. This isn't a "discussion" jlells is having here, he's trying to be the guy who is right whereas everyone who opposes him is wrong. If I broke a handful of the terms of service, I'd be fine if this whole thread was simply wiped off of the forum, it isn't necessary anymore. I have everything I need to know for my build now, at least involving graphics cards. In fact, this conversation has strayed its way to processors? This should call for a thread closing. Someone do the honors of contacting a moderator and have this thread locked, and maybe even deleted if possible.
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For your card, look at the Quadro 5-s...Great card, great value and if you ever plan to actually game, like I said, you can always cross monitor...1x1, 1x1.

Did an Ebay search as well and there are a couple Quadro's up there..."on the cheap".

Ultimately, the warranty is a big deal w/the Quadro's...So, I'd call PNY just to confirm.

It's realistically the difference of 1000$ out or in your pocket.
I think if I work with a Quadro4000 long enough to develop business, I'll be able to afford the 5000 within a much nearer future, and I don't think selling the Quadro4000 will be too hard. I just want to get this thing booted up as soon as I can. I was actually thinking of checking Amazon to see how low the price can go. See if I can beat $780
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Video encoding and 3d rendering are still highly cpu dependant at the moment, unless the application actually supports cuda extensions. I build my brother a 2600k machine to do some 3d rendering work for me. Probably should've tested it vs my 970 (6 core ht vs 4 core ht) I know the sandybridge architecture does have the quickset instruction set which makes encoding a lot faster, not sure if adobe stuff supports quicksync though. I know in 3d rendering programs such as 3ds max and maya, they only use the video card to do things like ray tracing etc. and you need to have the quadro cards/drivers for it to actually utilize it.

TDLR; version, cpu power is still the most important factor when using 3d rendering and video rendering programs, the sandybridge architecture has quicksync, which encodes video a lot faster then the previous i7's, but the software you are using has to support this (also you have to have the intel video enabled).
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Now, you will suffer in gaming using a Qadro so, if you're going to "use" this computer that way, I'd get 2 monitors...Put the Quadro on 1 monitor and have a 580 on the other.

From what I've heard this IS possible and VIA that solution, you can accomplish both tasks.
I have a 570 now and I had a quadro for my workstation, should I re-buy a quadro and do what you said? how would I do it?

like on the one computer? quadro in the pcie 2.0 16x and then my 570 in the pcie 2.0 16x in 8x bandwidth? I dont understand because unfortunatly I was misinformed into believing that a 570 was a gaming card with good performance all round :S So I sold my quadro and bought the 570 but now I might save for a quadro 4000 again

Can you please tell me how it would work with two monitors? like the 570 on one and quadro on the other?
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just plug the Quadro into one monitor, and the 570 into the other. now about the 16x and 8x bandwidth deal, that depends on which one is a higher priority to you, if gaming is more important to you, put it in the 16x, if its less important than super-editing, put it in the 8x.

See that's why I didn't want to convert to 2600K actually. With the LGA 1366 socket, every single slot ran at 16x, no down-grading when installing other cards. It sounds like I'm gonna get a hell of a lot more promise out of the i7-980x hexacore. And for only 300 dollars more? Screw it, I'm doing it, no more 2600K. Plus, apparently the most convincing line involves overclocking. I forgot to mention. I'm not an overclocking kind of guy. So, I guess that answers that
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