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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-05-2019, 04:09 PM
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I would recommend going with a 9900KS. You will never use those extra cores other CPU's have unloess your rendering. If time is money and you need to render a ton a day then grab a at minium a Ryzen 12 core 3900x or a Intel 9900KS ...... Remember its the first 8 cores were worried about until you render. But how often do you render. I would say grab a 9900KS or a 3900x and youll be fine either way. It will be blazing fast and what not.
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What about playback? Are you saying in terms of playback there is not much of a real difference between the CPUs but when it comes to rendering that's the only time you see a difference? I thought rendering is mostly done by the GPU with CUDA anyway.
please ask this dude for sources for any broad statements made between these two products. He thinks he NEEDS intel's new 10x for protools.

investigate post history if you'd like to know more.

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I would recommend going with a 9900KS. You will never use those extra cores other CPU's have unloess your rendering. If time is money and you need to render a ton a day then grab a at minium a Ryzen 12 core 3900x or a Intel 9900KS ...... Remember its the first 8 cores were worried about until you render. But how often do you render. I would say grab a 9900KS or a 3900x and youll be fine either way. It will be blazing fast and what not.
What about playback? Are you saying in terms of playback there is not much of a real difference between the CPUs but when it comes to rendering that's the only time you see a difference? I thought rendering is mostly done by the GPU with CUDA anyway.
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What about playback? Are you saying in terms of playback there is not much of a real difference between the CPUs but when it comes to rendering that's the only time you see a difference? I thought rendering is mostly done by the GPU with CUDA anyway.



Your GPU is involved to help the CPU carry out the task. But it matters more what CPU you have compared to a video card. You can render just fine at minimum a 1060 or 2060 that is all you need for rendering just FYI.

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Your GPU is involved to help the CPU carry out the task. But it matters more what CPU you have compared to a video card. You can render just fine at minimum a 1060 or 2060 that is all you need for rendering just FYI.
I assume this is in reference to rendering within Creative Cloud suite, right?

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Quote: Originally Posted by mistershan View Post
What about playback? Are you saying in terms of playback there is not much of a real difference between the CPUs but when it comes to rendering that's the only time you see a difference? I thought rendering is mostly done by the GPU with CUDA anyway.



Your CPU renders and the GPU helps it out a bit.... The 9900k was like 430 bucks but not anymore. Now it is closer to 600 dollars. You pay 150 bucks more and grab a 3900x 12 cores and good single core performance comparable to a 9900k. Also you would be future proof sorta.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
I assume this is in reference to rendering within Creative Cloud suite, right?

Yes... and No. Yes for Adobe apps. Da Vinci Resolve is not optimized for todays Intel CPU's and I do mean today. Most content creation depending on your turbo will wipe the floor with 3950x......

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