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The great thing about rendering and encoding is that you are not glued down to the PC. What direct performance gains would you realize while actually being at your PC?

I don't understand what you are trying to prove to me??????

I do have gains and would have from this CPU also... I know what I do with a computer and know about how they work and what is needed... Would actually have a lot better gains if they would update the platform from X99 to a new one that had better support for NVme, U2, Octane....

There are as many people that use a high end computer like this as their are real gamers..... if the truth be know. look at all the threads here and forums dedicated to using this amount of power.

What the average person would call a high end gaming computer is no near a high end. You or me would actually call these low end gaming computers.

Nice Rigs by the way!!!!!
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I was wondering if anyone had any experience coming from a quad core to a six core rendering and how much gain or time they saw from the upgrade

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This is on top of both arms and legs right, riiiiiiight?
I know nothing about rendering, but if CineBench is anything to go by, >50% increase in performance:
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I do render and encode a lot and yes you will see a difference and can feel it. But what you need to decide for your self is it worth the money out lay if you are not on a -E platform now. 4 frames faster per second so yes you will see a difference in the time it takes to do a movie!!

depending on the program you have you might be able to get a good GPU and use the CUDA cores to speed up rendering also!!
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It really doesn't matter how much you overclock a 10 core Broadwell-E, it will never directly compete with a 16 core model such as an Xeon E5-2683V4

Unless that Xeon can turbo to near 3GHz on all cores, an overclocked 10-core BW-E will come damn close to, if not surpass, it's performance.
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I was wondering if anyone had any experience coming from a quad core to a six core rendering and how much gain or time they saw from the upgrade

Rendering is very parallel, so performance increases almost linearly with core count...assuming same frequency and architecture, of course.
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Computex started today, when should Intel confirm all?
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So we're looking at a price hike combined with a performance drop in the enthusiast department.

Such a great time to be a PC enthusiast. Thanks intel.


This piece of BW-E garbage shouldn't even exist especially after a whopping 2 years gap from HW-E. Its suppose to be Skylake-E in 2016.


But all thanks to AMD, Intel decide to release this garbage to milk the market for another year, and spice it up with price hike. rolleyes.gif
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This piece of BW-E garbage shouldn't even exist especially after a whopping 2 years gap from HW-E. Its suppose to be Skylake-E in 2016.


But all thanks to AMD, Intel decide to release this garbage to milk the market for another year, and spice it up with price hike. rolleyes.gif

do you do anything but complain???
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do you do anything but complain???


He's made about 700 of his 1000 posts in the last month. No, he does nothing but complain.
 
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He's made about 700 of his 1000 posts in the last month. No, he does nothing but complain.

the only complaint I have about this launch has nothing to do with intel... Wished we had a updated platform to put this into instead of the old X99. missing out on so much with the NVme and octane...
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This piece of BW-E garbage shouldn't even exist especially after a whopping 2 years gap from HW-E. Its suppose to be Skylake-E in 2016.


But all thanks to AMD, Intel decide to release this garbage to milk the market for another year, and spice it up with price hike. rolleyes.gif

Are you aware that the HEDT platform is beholden to the server market, and there has to be validation on the server-class CPUs (yes, that includes the HEDT i7s)

Due to that validation, thats why the HEDT platform is always a micro architecture before the mainstream socket.
     
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Are you aware that the HEDT platform is beholden to the server market, and there has to be validation on the server-class CPUs (yes, that includes the HEDT i7s)

Due to that validation, thats why the HEDT platform is always a micro architecture before the mainstream socket.

At this rate HEDT will be 2 architectures behind by the time Skl-E hits.
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