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#47712 - What's your budget and which software do you use ?  [+] (4 new replies) 03/24/2016 on Technology Board +1
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#47713 - KingJuan (03/24/2016) [-]
budget would be around $1000 but im lenient if its worth the extra bit
and I use Sony Vegas Pro, Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects mostly so they take a lot out of the average computer
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#47716 - rzkruspe (03/24/2016) [-]
$1000 will be a tight fit if you want processing power (believe me you do) and reliable storage. How lenient are you on your budget ?

pcpartpicker.com/p/vPX7cf
This would be a beast for video editing, fast rendering, reliable real-time video feedback etc.
I went with a large SSD and redundant storage. The idea is to store your precious rushes on the HDDs in RAID, and use the SSD for everything else, transferring on it the data you're currently working on (hence the 500Gb).
But we're clearly over budget so I need to know how much you can spend.

You could save a few bucks now by choosing a single cheaper hard drive, but you'll need a backup system.
I have a few friends that work in professional cinema and assumed you were too, but I could very well be wrong.
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#47719 - KingJuan (03/24/2016) [-]
thanks a lot,
If I saved a few months I could buy that model that you sent but that makes sense with what I'll be using and working on
I am currently at college but have bought professional equipment lately to work on film projects (just bought the Red One camera)
#47722 - rzkruspe (03/24/2016) [-]
Holy crap man, hope you're having fun with it please make sure your sound equipment is on point too please

Also bear in mind that those are individual parts, without OS, and you'll have to build it yourself.
An equivalent pre-built would most likely cost $2000+
#47633 - Sounds like a neat idea, make sure it's perfectly dry, and no … 03/21/2016 on Technology Board 0
#88 - Comment deleted 03/21/2016 on WTF Facts Comp 7 0
#47620 - Looks like it's trying to boot from the network, + your networ… 03/21/2016 on Technology Board 0
#42 - Gaddamn I love this movie 03/20/2016 on jews +2
#47378 - Yeeeeeaah, and it's the best one for this socket, so I need to… 03/12/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47363 - Yeah, just throw that nasty Seagate away and slap in an SSD an… 03/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47361 - I believe it's a 7200 but I could be wrong. You think a 5400 d…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#47370 - meandyamcha (03/12/2016) [-]
theres a chance, but the athlon 5350 isnt known for being the fastest cpu on the market too.
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#47378 - rzkruspe (03/12/2016) [-]
Yeeeeeaah, and it's the best one for this socket, so I need to change the whole thing.
I'll do some tests with a better and new drive, better ram in dual channel etc.
#47357 - mATX board in an Enthoo Pro, wat Dude why don't you s…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47362 - anon (03/11/2016) [-]
uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/PqXCf7

Changed it, so this is better?
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#47363 - rzkruspe (03/11/2016) [-]
Yeah, just throw that nasty Seagate away and slap in an SSD and a 7200rpm HDD.

Something like that : uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/tqgD6h
#47351 - Use the "permalink" to share your build, the page UR…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/11/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47352 - anon (03/11/2016) [-]
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#47357 - rzkruspe (03/11/2016) [-]
mATX board in an Enthoo Pro, wat

Dude why don't you stick with the X99A, this is gonna look ridiculous ! Specs-wise it'll be too.
#47362 - anon (03/11/2016) [-]
uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/PqXCf7

Changed it, so this is better?
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#47363 - rzkruspe (03/11/2016) [-]
Yeah, just throw that nasty Seagate away and slap in an SSD and a 7200rpm HDD.

Something like that : uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/tqgD6h