- Nov 4, 2005
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|System Name||Compy 386|
|Cooling||Air for now.....|
|Memory||64 GB DDR5 6400Mhz|
|Video Card(s)||7900XTX 310 Merc|
|Storage||Samsung 990 2TB, 2 SP 2TB SSDs and over 10TB spinning|
|Display(s)||56" Samsung 4K HDR|
|Audio Device(s)||ATI HDMI|
|Benchmark Scores||Its fast. Enough.|
Uh quick disconnects always restrict flow more than normal tubing?
My apologies I was joking as this felt like one of those threads where you just buy top-tier products and watercool them
What kind of photo/video editing do you do? What software do you use? The only issue I see here is not using cuda, but maybe that’s less important to you/isn’t something g your software supports.
You should definitely go custom for your cpu cooling if noise is a concern and since your watercooling the GPU already. I’d also go for the airflow edition of the 4000d both for temps and noise.
I have used Adobe, and there is a Canon software package that was/has been the primary way I was handling M2TS files before they became more popular, handbrake to transcode and sometimes upscale older video. GPU assistance can help with some effects but CPU performance is far more accurate. I have digitized some media for work, or taken DVDs and transcoded them small enough that they can be emailed or shared.
I did the high end hardware years ago and its lasted through some minor upgrades, and I have been so busy with life and sinking money into remodel projects. I finally can build a new machine that will do everything I want and more for another 5 or 6 years I hope.