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Posts posted by Aliairstinger

  1. Hi Everyone, So I'm looking into a building a small form factor PC for Video Editing. this is the build I'm currently looking into building. Do you guys have any recommendations for alternatives? I plan to edit 1080p video in Da Vinci Resolve.


  2. 7 hours ago, Jon Jon said:

    You need to decide based on the applications you are using.


    In all reality, if you are working with the Adobe suite, you really should go with NVIDIA.


    Adobe fully supports CUDA and your performance levels off around the low high end:




    Great example here.


    So what applications do you plan to work with?

    I plan to use Da Vinci  Resolve 16.

  3. Hi Everyone, So I want to build a new pc for video editing in Da Vinci Resolve 16. This software is more GPU dependent than CPU dependent. So I have 3 builds I'm looking into building and I want to know what would be the best value?


    Ryzen 3 1200 and Vega 56 Build: 




    Ryzen 5 2600 and RX 590 Build: 



    Ryzen 5 2600X and RX 580 (8 GB) build: 


  4. Hello Everyone. I was wondering what would be the best monitor, laptop, or all in one desktop under 1000 USD for Video Editing in Da Vinci Resolve 16. For a Laptop, I'm looking for a laptop with 4 GB mid-range GPU, about 6 hours of battery life, and under 5 pounds. For an AiO, I'm at least looking for one with an HDMI input. Also, What is necessary for color grading? How important are the sRGB, AdobeRGB, and the Delta E rating scales?

  5. 4 minutes ago, markr54632 said:

    The lower performing mobile radeons make their slight performance benefit in resolve irrelevant.


    You would be much better suited with a 1050ti or 1060 in your budget.


    If you have to have AMD the nitro 5 is 600 usd with an rx560x.

    The problem with the Nitro 5 is the display, it is not color accurate for video editing.