[SOLVED] Davinci resolve rig, need opinions

dzsoni19

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Hey there, I'm putting together a video editing / color grading pc to serve me for the upcoming years, please help me check the hardware selection whether they go well.

Cpu: ryzen 2700x
Cooler: nzxt kraken x62 (other recommendation?)
Mobo: asus prime x470 pro (opinion?)
Ram: corsair vengeance pro 4x16gb 3000mhz
Graphics: msi armor rtx 2070

Storage: 250 gigs Samsung 860 evo sata - system
1tb Samsung 860 evo sata - software
250gigs 860 evo sata - cache and project files
1 tb Samsung 970 evo m.2 nvme - for footage in use
2x 4 tb of seagate barracuda pro hdd - archive and stuff

Case: fractal design r6
Psu: seasonic focus plus 750W platinum (opinion? other recommendations? )


Not particularly looking for overclocking, maybe later, but stability is the key here.

Mainly for editing and grading 4k prores, sometimes h264/265 media in davinci resolve(main platform) , and adobe cc.

Blackmagic is planning on updating for more use of rtx cards, however they already fit well with resolve.

Any concerns about this build? What do you think, would there be any reason going for a threadripper, tr4 mobo and 8x8gigs of ram instead? (1st gen fits the budget only)
Budget is max around 2500 - 3000 euro.

Feedback appreciated
 

USAFRet

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Looks good.

The only change I might make is:
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Storage: 250 gigs Samsung 860 evo sata - system
1tb Samsung 860 evo sata - software
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Put that all on one SSD. OS and applications.

And of course, some backup routine needs to be in there somewhere.
 

USAFRet

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Mar 16, 2013
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Looks good.

The only change I might make is:
-------------
Storage: 250 gigs Samsung 860 evo sata - system
1tb Samsung 860 evo sata - software
-------------

Put that all on one SSD. OS and applications.

And of course, some backup routine needs to be in there somewhere.
 

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