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Oh. I see. So I guess sli is no need for me. So to see faster rendering which card would benefit me more and by how many %? I read on Tom's charts the hyper threading will help me 20% going with 2600k over 2500k CPU but difference between 2500k and top X6 Amd is so small is not even noticable. I wonder how faster cards like 470, 480, 560 ti, and 580 in video edit/render and by how much % with no sli ?
yes you would want the 2600K for hyperthreading. and don't even consider amd. intel pwn amd in terms of raw performance right now. the 2600K is the 2nd fastest CPU in the world. get it.

video render is usually mostly CPU intensive. a GTX 460 will be fine. u don't even have to get the more expensive 1 GB version. the 768 MB version will be optimal for video rendering.

in video rendering, when you preview the video in real time white making edits, the video cards do the render. when you actually render the finalized file, it's mostly the work of the CPU.
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yes you would want the 2600K for hyperthreading. and don't even consider amd. intel pwn amd in terms of raw performance right now. the 2600K is the 2nd fastest CPU in the world. get it.

video render is usually mostly CPU intensive. a GTX 460 will be fine. u don't even have to get the more expensive 1 GB version. the 768 MB version will be optimal for video rendering.

in video rendering, when you preview the video in real time white making edits, the video cards do the render. when you actually render the finalized file, it's mostly the work of the CPU.
yea, I just read anandtech benches of 2500K vs 2600K and X6 AMD's compared. I think what I will do is get 2500K now, when Ivy Bridge comes out 2600K might be like $200, sell the 2500K for $140-160 and buy 2600K than. I still have that budget right now with the wifee, you know. From benches in most cases 2600K is at most 8-10% faster in video encoding and most other benches they are very close even though 2600K has HT.. So here is my build:

Cool Master 690II adv case
Gigabyte Z68 UD3H-B3 mobo
2500K SB CPU
Cool Master V8 CPU cooler
XFX modular 650W PSU
MSI Hawk 1gb GPU
Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600mhz 8 or 9 timings RAM
60gb SSD Crucial & HDD 500GB Caviar I already have and buy 2 1T caviars later on
reusing DVD drives

what do you think? most of these have rebates as well on egg..
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yea, I just read anandtech benches of 2500K vs 2600K and X6 AMD's compared. I think what I will do is get 2500K now, when Ivy Bridge comes out 2600K might be like $200, sell the 2500K for $140-160 and buy 2600K than. I still have that budget right now with the wifee, you know. From benches in most cases 2600K is at most 8-10% faster in video encoding and most other benches they are very close even though 2600K has HT.. So here is my build:

Cool Master 690II adv case
Gigabyte Z68 UD3H-B3 mobo
2500K SB CPU
Cool Master V8 CPU cooler
XFX modular 650W PSU
MSI Hawk 1gb GPU
Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600mhz 8 or 9 timings RAM
60gb SSD Crucial & HDD 500GB Caviar I already have and buy 2 1T caviars later on
reusing DVD drives

what do you think? most of these have rebates as well on egg..
just get the noctura cpu cooler and your good! the CM v8 is ok but not the best for cooling but it does look good
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HI GUYS!!!!

Now I know this is a bit of a nieche problem so I don't expect many replies (I don't honestly know what I can do so I doubt there really is alot I can do)

Okay so incase you haven't guessed I have 2 460's and I'm typing this to see if anyone knows of an aftermarket cooler designed to cool 2 (non standard PCB's) Palit GTX460 Sonic Platinums. The current cooler is a great design and I loved it when I only had 1 in there. But because they are in SLI there is no room between the PCB of the second card and the intake of air for the first card. this means whilst idling *looks at heat monitor* the first card is 14C warmer than the second card.
Card 1:46C
Card 2:32C

Now I'm not saying these temps are bad (considering they're in SLI) but it does worry me some times when I run games and don't realise how hot card 1 gets. I have played games and the exited out to find card 1 was at 90C! Which is not a nice thought. Normally when I play games card 1 sits around 60-80C which isn't quite as bad. But with more graphically demanding games coming out like BF3 I think I maybe seeing more 90C sessions and the thought of one of my GPU's at 90C for long periods of time scares me tbh.

So I was wondering whether anyone had any advise or ideas? I have the FT02 so I can't (and don't really want to) water cool them. I can't simply move card 2 over so there's a PCI space because of my MoBo and case. But if anyone knows of a cooler (that would have to fit the custom PCB remember) designed to cool SLI460 set ups please let me know.

Thanks for reading, I know it's a bit of a mammoth post
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just get the noctura cpu cooler and your good! the CM v8 is ok but not the best for cooling but it does look good
I do not like the light color fans of the Noctura, I am buying this instead, looks great, and great reviews :


Just ordered:


Item List:
1 x ($119.99) SSD 64G|CRUCIAL CT064M4SSD2 R $119.99


1 x ($89.99) CASE CM|RC-692-KKN2 ADVANCED RT $89.99


1 x ($89.99) HD 1T|WD 7K 64M SATAIII WD1002FAEX - OEM $89.99


1 x ($219.99) CPU INTEL|CORE I5 2500K 3.3G 6M R $219.99


1 x ($83.99) MEM 4Gx2|G.SKILL F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL $83.99


1 x ($174.99) VGA MSI|N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack R $174.99


1 x ($169.99) MB GIGABYTE|GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 Z68 R $169.99


1 x ($88.99) PSU XFX| P1-650X-CAH9 650W RT $88.99


1 x ($-2.99) DISCOUNT FOR PREFERRED ACCOUNT$-2.99

Total Amount: $1055.42

what do you think? free 12 month finance from egg, i got $3200 line of credit approved..
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I do not like the light color fans of the Noctura, I am buying this instead, looks great, and great reviews Thermalright MUX-120:


Just ordered:


Item List:
1 x ($119.99) SSD 64G|CRUCIAL CT064M4SSD2 R $119.99


1 x ($89.99) CASE CM|RC-692-KKN2 ADVANCED RT $89.99


1 x ($89.99) HD 1T|WD 7K 64M SATAIII WD1002FAEX - OEM $89.99


1 x ($219.99) CPU INTEL|CORE I5 2500K 3.3G 6M R $219.99


1 x ($83.99) MEM 4Gx2|G.SKILL F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL $83.99


1 x ($174.99) VGA MSI|N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack R $174.99


1 x ($169.99) MB GIGABYTE|GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 Z68 R $169.99


1 x ($88.99) PSU XFX| P1-650X-CAH9 650W RT $88.99


1 x ($-2.99) DISCOUNT FOR PREFERRED ACCOUNT$-2.99

Total Amount: $1055.42

what do you think? free 12 month finance from egg, i got $3200 line of credit approved..
as far as the fan/cpu cooler that is a real good one as well!!! A+++ rig should do you good, but don't ask me about cases lol I am a big aluminum case guy the only Cooler Masters I like (even though I own 922+932 lol) is the 830's 840's and so on I now am only using SilverStone's Temjin series or Lian Li's as they just look the best to me and stay cool even in the hottest days lol
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