Just finished a new build for a video editing PC. Did I fuck up?
Also Speccy thread
Also why a GTX 750ti and not a 980Ti?
Why not a quadro?
Why 32gb of ram?
Adobe Premiere uses absolutely every bit of RAM it can get it's hands on when I edit 4k footage. I plan on upgrading to 64GB of ram when DDR4 prices come down.
Think I spent around... $1600?
its full enterprise but with a "education volume licensing". it allows for the botnet to be disabled officially. simply by gpedit.
i got mine for free from my microsoft elms account provided by my college.
>tfw put this together for around $800
Feels good, man. It's a shame there's only one lan a month where I live.
It's a TV, bro. Fucking sucks since it's so old that, while I can do 1080p through HDMI, I can't turn overscan off. And fuck doing a funky custom res, I'll just tolerate this low one. Besides, I don't take my own monitor to lans, they have old-ass 1600x900 ones available.
absolute overkill. I wouldn't have even purchased a >3.5 card had I not gotten such a good deal on it during Black Friday. At least I'll be somewhat futureproofed (kek).
Sad part is, we mostly play Quake 3 Arena and UT2k4 at the lans.
I haven't yet seen >3.5 shit the bed yet (obviously), but I'm guessing that 1440p is beyond the 970's capabilities. You could probably get away with 2560x1080 ultrawide if you're wanting an upgrade, but I wouldn't push it much beyond that.
The "Intel RAID 0 Volume" is 2 120GB Patriot Blast SSD. I get just over 1GB/s read and write.
It's rebranded Enterprise but available on DreamSpark
It's like Build 10240 and Windows Update still hasn't brought up anything new for me.
Do you know if Windows Server 2012 is any good? I'm considering installing the latest version on my PC because muh colored title bars. :^)
I mostly play casual games, just finished life is strange, worked absolutely fine at 50-60FPS
If I'd ever plan to play something more demanding I have no problem dropping the res to 1080p or 1440p.
It's a 7970 btw
Also it's kind of a weird build. It started as a 99% gaming build back 5 years ago when the 2500K was hot shit.
It had a 6950 which died after 6 months then a 7870 which died after 8 months then a 7970 (upgrade process only cost me ~$100 because I got the money back from the retailers since the cards I was RMAing were no longer produced ... Go figure...)
The 7970 was a beast for my 1200p screen at the time, but I stopped playing games about 2 years ago as I started uni.
A few months ago I got the 24" 4K screen because it's easier for my eyes when the code is much sharper.
Although I do admit, playing LiS at 4K was pretty cool, I didn't expect the card to handle it that well.
But since I almost don't play anything these days the 2500K and the 7970 will stay until they die.
I need to upgrade RAM though, I'm constantly running out when running Dev VMs
Wow you fucked up, big time.
You got ripped off for one, and two you need a better GPU. You could offload videos to your GPU's vram and scrub through it much faster.
>edit 4k video on a 1080p monitor
Kill self. Not that it matters that much, it just seems kind of funny.
And 32gb of ram is more than enough
Light video editing, some After Effects, lots of Illustrator and Indesign, lots of gayman.
She's been good to me.
>mfw mostly a decent amount of gaming and a lot of web dev shit, photoshop/illustrator and a lot of multitasking
I need to get a new GPU sometime in the near future and need to get a proper IPS monitor, but as far as being a student it's fine.
idk why it says that, might need to update speccy. the 980ti is fully functional tho.
Not bad render times. I'm watching youtube and shitposting on 4chan while doing it too.
Can't wait until pascal.
Unless your room is 15c(59f) or colder, i can guarentee you that your temps are not reading properly. It's impossible for a cpu to run cooler than the ambient temperature of the air it uses to cool itself, even with watercooling. Unless you have liquid nitrogen of course. If so, god speed.
The 750 ti is literally a disposable card. In a few months when the new wave of video cards come out I'll toss out the 750 and get a new card. In the mean time the editing I do does not utilize my GPU really anyway.
What voltage is your 4690K configured to?
I have the same OC'd to 4.2ghz but I'm a bit weary of going any higher
>No workstation gpu with better compatibility with using gpu encoding
>No NAS in some form of redundant RAID
>No ECC RAM
>No 10bit color calibrated monitor for color grading
Oh shit anon what the fuck were you thinking you are retarded
anybody used m2 ssd? worth it or meme?