Windows 10: Computex 2018 in Taipei June 5 - 9

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       06 Jun 2018 #10

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Radeon ProRender v1.6, for GPU ray Tracing in Blender, is compatible with the following applications:

    Blender™ 2.78+

    For the plugin download for the Radeon ProRender plugins and user guide, for blender:
    580MB download
    Radeon ProRender for Blender
    It is hardware agnostic(can also be use with Intel and Nvidia), but as said in the video, works best for Radeon with GPU Compute.
    7nm with 32GB HBM demo at 1:24:00


    When it comes to Radeon/Vega and OpenCL, Intel and nVidia does not stand a chance. For some computation loads it does not even make sense to put Radeons and the rest of CPUs/GPUs on the same chart. The difference in speed is so huge that the competition would have to be put in a logarithmic scale in order to see any values at all.

    ...maybe I was exaggerating a bit... but still the difference is huge.
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       06 Jun 2018 #11

    It depends on rendering software.
    Jay @ JayzTwoCents say's for example Adobe Premiere Pro likes speed, but other video rendering prefer more cores.

    So this is always why when some one want advice on building a new PC, I will always as, what do they want to do primarily with it.

    Work station? go AMD all the way.
    Video rendering? what software will you be using?

    Graphics stuff, you can go with either actually.


    Benchmarking? Intel & Nvidia alllll the waaaay!
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       06 Jun 2018 #13

    Cliff S said: View Post
    It depends on rendering software.
    Jay @ JayzTwoCents say's for example Adobe Premiere Pro likes speed, but other video rendering prefer more cores.

    So this is always why when some one want advice on building a new PC, I will always as, what do they want to do primarily with it.

    Work station? go AMD all the way.
    Video rendering? what software will you be using?

    Graphics stuff, you can go with either actually.


    Benchmarking? Intel & Nvidia alllll the waaaay!
    @Cliff S

    I see we are now talking about two separate things.

    Video rendering/encoding and Raytracing is very far from each other. They can't be even compared. As a sidenote, I've actually done quite a lot of high-res Raytrace rendering and 3D modeling during the 90s on my Amiga 500 and A1200 back when a PC could barely run DOS stable. Took about a day, per image, so a short video clip would have taken years to complete.

    But yeah, choosing correct platform for correct task is important. AMD/Radeon/Vega/nVidia/Intel/ARM all have their strengths and weaknesses.
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       06 Jun 2018 #14

    45 minutes to MSI's stream at computex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMt8kUAqfuY

    Last edited by Brink; 06 Jun 2018 at 10:42. Reason: embedded video
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       06 Jun 2018 #15

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       06 Jun 2018 #16

    MEG X399 High end Threadripper board for content creation:
    19 phases and heat pipes
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       06 Jun 2018 #17

    240Hz refresh 0.5ms response time
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       06 Jun 2018 #18

    Cliff S said: View Post
    240Hz refresh 0.5ms response time
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    WOW! I've been waiting for someone to announce something of this caliber. That is impressive.
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       06 Jun 2018 #19

    Since I have been considering buying the previous gen of this laptop, this release got me drooling:




    More Specs: Asus Zenbook Pro UX580GE
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