Topic Title: What processor do you choose? FX-9590 or i7-4770K? Video encode
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 07/19/2014 06:22 AM
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Hi, I need change my PC. I need convert video using Nero recode 2014. Intel processor have a function called Quick Sync Video.

FX-9590 have a similar function? I dont want use my future pc for games. I only want edit video.

Anyone can guide me?

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 07/19/2014 10:02 AM
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some video encooders now use the GPU for gaining performance

there are many programs available, most support CUDA but more recent projects now support OpenCL

NVIDIA runs OpenCL on the CPU which will warm up your processor fast

 



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 07/19/2014 10:29 AM
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But If I not use a graphic card, what processor is better for encode video? what is the best tecnology? AMD App Acceleration or intel Quick Sync Video?

AMD App Acceleration is available in FX-9590? or do I need a APU?

Is there any comparison between the two processors?

Thank you!

 07/19/2014 12:40 PM
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You'll probaly want to go with the I7-4770K

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-i7-4770k-haswell-review,3521-17.html

Now keep in mind the FX-9590 is a OC'ed version of the FX- 8350 so the results might be closer if not the same as the I7 but with a TDP 220w its a real power ungery chip



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 07/19/2014 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by: Slayerx You'll probaly want to go with the I7-4770K

 

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-i7-4770k-haswell-review,3521-17.html

 

Now keep in mind the FX-9590 is a OC'ed version of the FX- 8350 so the results might be closer if not the same as the I7 but with a TDP 220w its a real power ungery chip

 

 

thank you for the answer. Interesting review.

It's a pitty, I like a lot of AMD processors. I hope that soon AMD invent something similar to quick sync video of intel.

 

 07/19/2014 02:43 PM
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Speed isn't everything. QuickSync isn't perfect in all situations, and can result in a worse final product than using a standard GPU assisted encoding process. Are you willing to trade quality for time?

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 07/19/2014 02:49 PM
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Originally posted by: black_zion Speed isn't everything. QuickSync isn't perfect in all situations, and can result in a worse final product than using a standard GPU assisted encoding process. Are you willing to trade quality for time?

 

do you say that when I want encode using Nero Recode 2014, If I use Quick Sync is not the same that use normal CPU? the quality of the video is not the same?

 

 07/19/2014 04:06 PM
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QuickSync emphasizes speed over quality, so a slower x86 GPU assisted encoder can result in a higher quality video.

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 07/19/2014 04:11 PM
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Originally posted by: black_zion QuickSync emphasizes speed over quality, so a slower x86 GPU assisted encoder can result in a higher quality video.

Sorry for my english, I spanish speaker.

 

If I've understand you fine, do you say that If I use CUDA I will get more quality than QuickSync? Are you sure?

Thank you!!

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Go for the i7 my friend..  you wont regret it.

I had a FX-8350 OC'd to 4.7Ghz..  even at that speed, it was no match for my current 4770k at stock speed, which is currently running at 4.4Ghz without any extra voltage.

I too love AMD cpu's, but at the moment they really have nothing worthwhile to offer in the performance market. Like SlayerX said, you may get close with a OC'd 9590 but the TDP is insane and un-necessary.

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 07/19/2014 04:30 PM
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Originally posted by: neo5555 Go for the i7 my friend..  you wont regret it.

I had a FX-8350 OC'd to 4.7Ghz..  even at that speed, it was no match for my current 4770k at stock speed, which is currently running at 4.4Ghz without any extra voltage.

I too love AMD cpu's, but at the moment they really have nothing worthwhile to offer in the performance market. Like SlayerX said, you may get close with a OC'd 9590 but the TDP is insane and un-necessary.

Cheers

Thank you friend, I think that you are right.

Kind regards

 

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