Hello, I recently upgraded to a 13600k and was very satisfied with the performance. Games ran noticably better and the temps seemed normal (80C max). Then I tried rendering a video of mine and all hell broke loose; my 9700k would hit around 80C while rendering while this thing would fly up to...
its been a long time since ive built a rig... back when geforce gtx 1080ti ruled the day.
Im in the needed for a rig used 100% for video editing. i know that AMD has taken the crown as the king of CPUs but intel used to always take the cake when it came to video editing. I assume...
So I think I heard that there were certain GPU's I shouldn't buy if I am looking to do media production, like video and photo editing and graphic design. Is this true? Are there certain cards that are good for media production and not gaming and vise versa?
I need a pc for video editing professionally. A friend recommended buying a used workstation, but I don't know how I can compare xeon processors to ryzen or core i. On benchmark tests Xeon processor perform worse, but I'm not sure what criteria is used there.
Any advice would be greatly...
I'll try to keep this question short, I'm looking to upgrade my RAM from 8 to 16GB
However I'm conflicted because I thought about buying 2 dimms with a faster speed by overclocking it with XMP
My question is does it matter much in gaming, video editing and desktop usage. I know it does...
My brother wants to edit some videos he records while trucking and just needs a laptop that can edit without crashing.
I suggested he just gets an sd card reader to use with his ipad, but I'm asking around just in case he'd rather have a laptop. He only plans on using it for youtube watching and...
I built this PC in 2014 and I haven't really looked at components/upgrade/what's out there since.
Running into a few performance issues at the minute - Randomly freezes, cannot handle big Adobe Premier/Photoshop files, ran out of C Drive Storage
I'll post my specs below but should I...
I´ll be building my first computer soon and I need some advice. I´ll be using it primarily for 4k video editing (Premiere). After doing some research I came up with the following list
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor
Motherboard: ASUS TUF x570-Plus (Wifi) ATX AM4
GPU: MSI Radeon...
So I recently started editing very high FPS clips (600FPS) in after effects, but it's pretty slow
I currently have a ryzen 5 2600 overclocked to all core 3.9Ghz
1x16gb 2400 RAM module overclocked to 2733
would it be a better idea to buy a ryzen 9 3900x with 4x8gb 3000Mhz modules
or a ryzen 7...
I’m looking to build my first PC mainly for 4K video editing with some gaming capabilities (ability to run recent games at 1080p and average settings).
I want to make sure I pick compatible components with the highest possible performance for my budget (around 1500 USD).
I need a future proof build for video editing. i mostly use premiere pro for work.
I do not have plan to extreme overclocking
suggest me if the component choosing is okay or not, if not, please help me to choose better options.
AMD RYZEN 9 3900x
NZXT KRAKEN X62
I'm looking for a Laptop for video editing in DaVinci Resolve 16( when its out of it's beta) . I'll only be editing 1080p .mov files so no 4k or something.
I have a pretty low budget though(~500€), so Ill probably get it second hand.
I found an ACER A717-71G-72W2