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Is the FX 8350 good enough for multi gpu video editing - Adobe Premiere Pro CC?

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Capo Dei Capi, Jun 23, 2015.

  1. Capo Dei Capi

    Capo Dei Capi BANNED BANNED

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    I've been looking at Adobe Premiere Pro CC and it seems like its the best video editor for using multiple GPU's. I was considering getting 2 GTX 760's and then adding on 2 later. But would a FX 8350 bottleneck video rendering on 4x GTX 760 on Adobe Premiere?

    Adobe Premiere Pro CC, just added on multi gpu support so there isn't much discussion I've found on using them, all posts I've found on various web forums are from a few years ago when only 1 gpu was supported
     
  2. Sn1p3rh0und

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    I currently run an FX 8350 with my GTX 970. Everything runs smooth for the most part. I don't experience bottlenecking so you should be fine. The 8350 is a good CPU. I'm pretty satisfied with it.
     
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    Its ok but not as good as Intel chips. I dont have exact stats.
     
  4. Capo Dei Capi

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    I was looking into it and it seems that I probably should go with a intel lga 2011-3 cpu since I can upgrade further, amd seems dead so far, they haven't released a new performance cpu(other than high clock speeds refreshes) since 2012.
     
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