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Member Since:
March 11th 2012
9 Posts
2013 MacPro Davinci Resolve Edit Suite Build Advice
by Kelly Chen 5 years ago
Hi All, I am looking for some advice on my 2013 MacPro Resolve 4K Edit Suite build. I have been using Resolve now for the past 2 years on a 2010 MacPro and Dell 30" Ultrasharp monitor with keyboard &
Re: 2013 MacPro Davinci Resolve Edit Suite Build Advice
by Cyra Emery 5 years ago
I would recommend a 12-core MP as well since DaVinci will make full use of those cores while rendering and you are not skimping on any other portion of your budget. 1TB SSD seems like overkill, if you
GTX Titan Black
by Clark Bierbaum 5 years ago
It's out and I should have one in a couple of days. Will report benchmarks ASAP. http: www.geforce.com hardware desktop-gpus geforce-gtx-titan-black Clark Bierbaum Color Grading Post Consultant Garnet
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Robert Houllahan liked this 5 years ago
Re: GTX Titan Black
by Cyra Emery 5 years ago
I thought all of the Rev. B cards are not supported in 10.8.5 Only in 10.9 with the leaked Nvidia drivers, or (I assume) 10.9.2.
Standard Candle R10
by Sascha Haber 5 years ago
Hello everyone, now that Resolve 10.1 is out officially and people are getting their hands on new MacPros, its time to update the Standard Candle. A standard candle is a known source of luminosity . I
Re: Standard Candle R10
by Cyra Emery 5 years ago
Custom Build by Iconic Worksations 4.3GHz 6-core, 32GBs RAM,2x GTX 690 on 10.8.5. I saw the same performance in 10.9.2 as well, perhaps even times where it seemed a half frame lower. Monitors plugged
AE CS6 11.0.1 CUDA BENCHMARK PROJECT - test your graphics cards!
by Teddy Gage 7 years ago
Hey guys trying to get some data on fastest graphics cards for AE - I came up with a benchmarking project that stresses the GPU to 100% and already got surprising results: on win 7 core i7 3930K @4.7
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Hong Ze Liew liked this 3 years ago
Re: AE CS6 11.0.1 CUDA BENCHMARK PROJECT - test your graphics cards!
by Cyra Emery 5 years ago
I must be doing something wrong as it finishes in 17 seconds on my hackintosh. 2x GTX Titan (EVGA Superclocked), E5-2695 V2 2.5GHz 12-core (5% OC on it), 64GBs 1600Mhz ECC RAM with an external SAS Rai
Multiple GPUs in system: choosing the correct card for hardware acceleration in Premiere
by Cyra Emery 7 years ago
I have read the official docs on Premiere and CUDA, but it does not contain some basic hardware information. I am running Lion 10.7.3 on a hackintosh 4.5GHz 6-core 64GB DDR3. I want to use the same sy
Re: Multiple GPUs in system: choosing the correct card for hardware acceleration in Premiere
by Karsten Fischer 7 years ago
The settings are within the PPro App-Bundle in a text file CUDA-supported.txt (or something like that). You might want to google something like mercury engine hack...
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