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System Type:Dual Processor
Motherboard:High End - Server
CPU:Intel Xeon 5355 2660 MHz Clovertown
CPU Utilization (TDP):100% TDP

RAM:4 Sticks DDR2 SDRAM
Video Card:NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT
Video Type:Single Card

IDE HDD 7200 rpm:1 HDD
SATA HDD:8 HDDs

Blu-Ray Internal Drive:1 Drive
DVD-RW/DVD+RW Drive:1 Drive

Sound Blaster - All Models:Yes
PCI-e x16 Card:1 Card

USB:2 Devices
IEEE-1394 FireWire:1 Device

Fans
LED: 2 Fans 92mm;

Keyboard and mouse:Yes

PSU Utilization:100 %

Surge Compensation (+ W %):50 %

Capacitor Aging (+ W %):50 %

Total:1140 Watts

Does that look right? i said one aditional PCI-e card because there was no option for a PCI-x card
post #162 of 232
Don't worry about surge compensation. Put that to 0%. As the calculator states:
Quote:
Originally Posted by eXtreme Power
Start up surge current compensation. We recommend you add an additional 15-25% if you are using a no-name, off brand, cheap or otherwise questionable power supply of poor or unknown quality.
Since Silverstone is reputable, you'll have no issues there. Also, all it does is just adding the percentage chosen to the total wattage, which is arbitrary to say the least.

Same goes for capacitor aging. 50% is likely way too much. Set that to like 20% or so. Again, the Silverstone is solid, and likely does not loose a lot of power due to aging.

With selections of 10% for surge compensation and 30% for capacitor aging (both still high values imo), I get 819W.
    
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so i should be looking at a 900 W PSU ok i'll go look
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www.apple.com/macpro

Wait for the 8-core machines. They should be here soon. And for the love of God use Final Cut Pro.
I like my Premiere Pro 1.5!
    
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Originally Posted by {core2duo}werd View Post
System Type:Dual Processor
Motherboard:High End - Server
CPU:Intel Xeon 5355 2660 MHz Clovertown
CPU Utilization (TDP):100% TDP

RAM:4 Sticks DDR2 SDRAM
Video Card:NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT
Video Type:Single Card

IDE HDD 7200 rpm:1 HDD
SATA HDD:8 HDDs

Blu-Ray Internal Drive:1 Drive
DVD-RW/DVD+RW Drive:1 Drive

Sound Blaster - All Models:Yes
PCI-e x16 Card:1 Card

USB:2 Devices
IEEE-1394 FireWire:1 Device

Fans
LED: 2 Fans 92mm;

Keyboard and mouse:Yes

PSU Utilization:100 %

Surge Compensation (+ W %):50 %

Capacitor Aging (+ W %):50 %

Total:1140 Watts

Does that look right? i said one aditional PCI-e card because there was no option for a PCI-x card

Have you looked at video cards exclusively designed for video editing? I know that card is the newest and best at games and everything, but video editing is different.
    
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Have you looked at video cards exclusively designed for video editing? I know that card is the newest and best at games and everything, but video editing is different.
i think you are talking about the quadro and fire Gl cards and i have looked at those but those are for 3d rendering not for video editing. we may use a matrox video editing card but that would be in the 2k for software (because it would be bundled).

as for the power supply how would this do?
post #167 of 232
Yes, I think that would do fine
    
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well it looks like that's what i'll be submitting to my church for approval along with this
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I'm coming into this late but buy yourself as much monitor as you can fit on your desk. You may want to consider getting 4 24" widescreens and putting them on a 2x2 stand, or at least 2 of them. Or consider getting a Dell 30" widescreen instead of what you're buying. It might be useful to view 1080i/1080p video in full resolution within the editing software of your choice. Only a 2560x1600 will allow that.
     
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Hey a great PSU is the one I have in my build if you are looking for around 900watts. Mine peaks at 950.

I have the PC Power & Cooling TURBO-COOL 850 SSI T85SSI SLI, EPS12V, SSI 850W Continuous @ 50°C Power Supply. PC Power and Cooling are known to make very reliable PSU's. ya get what ya pay for.
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