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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
You can't really benchmark video editing. It's a process that takes time and may depend on the project, not just encoding or anything that could be benchmarked.
I guess I just don't understand how one could have a speed improvement that doesn't actually show up as a speed improvement. What are these things you speak of that are unbenchmarkable?
post #122 of 128
Everything really
From loading up the first files to manipulating multiple files to how many layers of videos you use, what video size, etc.
It is really very variable and untestable, and also very resource heavy no matter which way you put it. More is better.
post #123 of 128
So benchmark how long it takes to load up the first files?

Not sure what you mean about the layers of video... What does the layers of video affect? Rendering time? Same with video size, what else does that affect besides rendering time?
post #124 of 128
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Because it costs them more money. Ask around, and I would be shocked if your average person who was getting a new computer would want to pay an extra $10 to $20 (plus $40-$50 down the road for the more expensive upgrade path) to be able to render their videos 2% faster. In my opinion, it's bad customer service to automatically assume they want 2% better performance instead of an easier upgrade path in the future.
???

$10 - 20 more?

Dual channel is $1 more.

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16820148366
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16820220537
 
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post #125 of 128
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Sorry, just took that figure from someone else's earlier post.

Regardless, my point about the more expensive upgrade path down the road still stands.
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I guess I just don't understand how one could have a speed improvement that doesn't actually show up as a speed improvement. What are these things you speak of that are unbenchmarkable?
yeah seriously this. If there is actually a difference you should be able to quantify it, if you can't then you are imagning things/hoping there is an improvment where there is not.

If you can "feel" it then you should be able to show it.
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post #127 of 128
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So after 5 pages of this thread I have yet to see proof from anyone who says there is a difference single vs dual channel
Edited by kiwiasian - 4/8/11 at 7:13pm
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So after 5 pages of this thread I have yet to see proof from anyone who says there is a difference single vs dual channel
The next 8 won't show you anything better.
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