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I would never use CUDA in PhotoShop even if it did support it. The performance difference would only be seen in batch editing, but I'd rather have the quality of CPU rendering for photos.
 
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Photoshop CS6 cant support cuda ! Only open CL & GL accel.
Premiere support cuda.

Where did I mention photoshop in my post? The OP has clearly stated the workstation is for video editing. Irrespective, load up with RAM and photoshop will behave itself.
post #14 of 17
8350 is an option tho I would suggesting going Opteron versus FX for dual or quad socket.
Better buy in the long run since you'll have 1 or three more sockets you can populate and would generally have more lanes for expansion options which you'd need if/when you ever move up to higher resolution editing.

1x Opteron 6238 or 6344 (12core @2.6Ghz) +2p board (KGPE-D16 / H8DGi-F would run you about $800/$900. A bit quicker for encodes over your current system, editing not a huge difference.
32gig 1600Mhz bout $200 or 16gig kit for $100.

Bit more than you're looking to spend but, would be better in the long run imo.
 
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post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by PR-Imagery View Post

8350 is an option tho I would suggesting going Opteron versus FX for dual or quad socket.
Better buy in the long run since you'll have 1 or three more sockets you can populate and would generally have more lanes for expansion options which you'd need if/when you ever move up to higher resolution editing.

1x Opteron 6238 or 6344 (12core @2.6Ghz) +2p board (KGPE-D16 / H8DGi-F would run you about $800/$900. A bit quicker for encodes over your current system, editing not a huge difference.
32gig 1600Mhz bout $200 or 16gig kit for $100.

Bit more than you're looking to spend but, would be better in the long run imo.

I believe OPTERON 6348 is better VFX than the others 12-cores !!

There is another 16-core opteron which is cheap 6272 in the same price ! good vfm !

The best choice is quad socket supermicro motherboard, but it is more expensive !

Supermicro H8QGI+-F Motherboard - Amd Magny Cours Quad Socket with on-board Ipmi - 18 Dimms
http://www.amazon.com/Supermicro-H8QGI--F-Motherboard--board/dp/B003VXWUQ0/ref=sr_1_12?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1362002458&sr=1-12&keywords=supermicro+g34

If he hasent other money to spend there is another G34 single socket motherboard .

Supermicro H8SGL-F Server Motherboard - AMD - Socket G34 LGA-1944 - x Retail Pack (MBD-H8SGL-F)
http://www.amazon.com/Supermicro-H8SGL-F-Server-Motherboard-MBD-H8SGL-F/dp/B004HCNPPO/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1361994149&sr=1-2&keywords=SUPERMICRO+G34
post #16 of 17
I'm assuming unless otherwise specified below that (a) you're interested in new parts only and (b) you're not overclocking.

FX-8350 is great bang for the buck for your application and should deliver around 30-35% improvement in speed over your current setup. The next iteration, "Steamroller" due next year should deliver roughly an additional 15-20% performance.
Also look closely at the Xeon E3 1230v2, which should deliver similar performance to the FX-8350 and much lower power consumption for a small increase in price.

The i7-3770k will perform just slightly better than the above choices for around $70-100 more. The cost increase isn't worth it at stock speeds, but if overclocking, the 3770k becomes a very attractive choice.

If you want future upgradeability, on your budget the i7-3820 on LGA2011 would be a fine choice. While it will perform similar to the i7-3770k and the platform cost is around $100 more, it has the potential to drop in future 6, 8, and possibly 10+ core CPUs at a later date.

If you're willing to shop used parts and can tolerate poor single-threaded performance, a dual socket Opteron system with a pair of used 12 core 61xx series CPUs with 16gb memory installed may just squeeze into your $700 budget and would give you the best possible (multithreaded) performance at that price point. Check in on the folding@home forums for details, specs, and systems for sale. As a rough guess you may be able to double your current system's performance.

A dual socket Opteron setup bought new with a total $700 budget would limit you to 6 core CPUs, and so probably wouldn't give you any better performance than i7-3770k or i7-3820, while costing more and having much lower single thread performance.

Hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by PR-Imagery View Post

8350 is an option tho I would suggesting going Opteron versus FX for dual or quad socket.
Better buy in the long run since you'll have 1 or three more sockets you can populate and would generally have more lanes for expansion options which you'd need if/when you ever move up to higher resolution editing.

1x Opteron 6238 or 6344 (12core @2.6Ghz) +2p board (KGPE-D16 / H8DGi-F would run you about $800/$900. A bit quicker for encodes over your current system, editing not a huge difference..

For about the same amount of cash, I'd rather have an i7-3930k setup. Not as expandable, no, but FAR better performance in the here and now for the same money, and more versatile.
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