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All this work... for what??

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10 minutes ago, TheTallGuy said:

Is there a reason for the video to be unlisted or?

Yeah, the hell 😂


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so... after at least 2 weeks that ltt is saying that amd>>>intel they still using intel and not amd.. not even tring it and replacing 3 intel cpus..

good job linus

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56 minutes ago, TheTallGuy said:

Is there a reason for the video to be unlisted or?

45 minutes ago, driftz240 said:

Yeah, the hell 😂

This was always a thing, the video gets posted in the forum first (unlisted), then they make it public

 

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Im sure if they did a proper clean install after changing motherboards they would get even more performance.

Look at that high idle CPU and ram usage, and disk usage was at 100% at one point in the video without anything running.


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When was this filmed? I'm curious to see if he could benchmark the new Ryzen 2 CPUs as they were on par or even beating the Intel CPUs in the productivity benchmarks. I'm just curious to see how they stack in this specific scenario. 


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27 minutes ago, lewdicrous said:

This was always a thing, the video gets posted in the forum first (unlisted), then they make it public

 

Ok, first time ive seen it cause i never check this thread lol


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Inb4

 

3rd gen ryzen comments


Can Anybody Link A Virtual Machine while I go download some RAM?

 

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Is this why the Navi review was so late? Lul


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15 minutes ago, unijab said:

Inb4

 

3rd gen ryzen comments

Of course they come. Could there be a better comparison for the new AMD chips now that they have 3 Intel Scores with real workload? 

 

Tbh if they miss the chance to make a follow up video with AMD,  i am quite disappointed.

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Having watched your networking debacle the other day out of pure entertainment, then seeing this seems like it couldn't be a better continuation.
But those SSDs have sure been through a lot throughout the years, I am somewhat surprised that they are still kicking.

 

Though, just a roughly 10% improvement in render speed? Despite a much better CPU?
And secondly, can't the program export two or more projects in parallel?

Otherwise, why not build a set of render servers? So the editors can pick one that is free, and thereby be able to push out videos faster.

 

Maybe make a fast one for Techlinked (since that is same day delivery. Then the server is free until Techlinked needs it the next day.)

Then a set of slower ones for all other render jobs. Maybe make some centralized dispatch software that indicates server status and queue and such.

But knowing that this is far from trivial and Floatplane worked on their solution for it for quite some time.... Then maybe it would be a bit on the "overkill" side of things. Interesting non the less.

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which encoder software has been used for the render? and has using a frameserver to distribute the encoding on multiple computers been considered?

 

considering floatplane is supposed to be a video hosting site i hope a render farm is something that can be done cooperatively and scale nicer then one machine and there are many encoder choices to test

 

using video hardware to encode using opencl or cuda is also worth checking

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I feel like this is a project that would take advantage of a virtual machine host, then you can run 3 or 4 virtual render nodes on one host with many more cores and process more parallel workloads 

 

Maybe this calls for xcp-ng as a host and then 3 or 4 linux vms running davinci render software looking at a watch folder ( I think davinci can do this or maybe even handbrake) I feel running on linux reduces overheads even further and frees up compute for rendering  

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Is there a reason you guys don't use FPGAs for your rendering server? This is the exact workcase an FPGA would be excellent at. That said, I'm aware that the challenge is probably finding an FPGA that supports conversion from raw to cineform, and cineform -> h.264/etc codecs. But no bullshit, if you got an FPGA that could do the task at all, you'd be able to switch the same FPGA from cineform -> h264 render jobs in a few milliseconds, and that 10 minute render job would be completed in about 45 seconds (depending on the size of FPGA you get).

 

Worst case, hire a contractor who has been designing ASICs for cryptocurrency miners or cell phones and get them to program the FPGA for you.

 

...I also admit this is mostly because I want a 'holy shit!' video to get made when linus gets his mind blown by just how mind-numbingly fast FPGAs are when used correctly. :p

 

Oh, and the FPGA would need less than 100W of power to accomplish all this. Probably more in the 30-40W range.

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Can anybody provide the link for the video Linus references at the beginning?  He points to the upper right hand side of the video but there is nothing to click on.

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33 minutes ago, MmRaZ said:

I would love to see them try this with the new AMD 3900X! Maybe they can't get a water block for it yet?

AM4 waterblocks are generic no need for a Ryzen 2 model


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Did that last motherboard actually get its BIOS checked and updated? When I built a 9900K system on a motherboard with an older BIOS it still worked but the clockspeed was stuck much closer to 4Ghz than 5Ghz until the BIOS was updated.


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