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September 14, 2009 7:55:11 AM

Hello!
This is my first time I'm building a computer, so I need some advices. Computer is for video editing, working with EDIUS 5 and HD STORM card, so I have some questions. Which mainboard should I use, is Q9550 enough or should I go to i7, DDR3 or DDR2, for this pourpose what is better, one smaller system disc, and one or two bigger discs like 1TB, or to make RAID 0. And graphics, I think that I dont need some high end graphic card,am I right, and some propsal will be ok.
Thank you!!!

More about : video editing

September 14, 2009 10:01:48 AM

OK, thank you.

APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: the closer the better

BUDGET RANGE: (example: US$1700-1900 in CROATIA)

SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: video editing with EDIUS 5 and working with Canopus HD STORM card

PARTS NOT REQUIRED: keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers

PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: formel.hr , hgspot.hr

PARTS PREFERENCES: I would like to use an Intel CPU

OVERCLOCKING: No SLI OR CROSSFIRE: No

MONITOR RESOLUTION: Samsung T240 1920x1200

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: nothing special

Video editing card is Canopus HD STORM
http://desktop.grassvalley.com/products/HDSTORM/index.p...
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September 14, 2009 10:28:59 AM

For video editing, the i7 would be more suitable...It has Tri-Channel memory controller, which would give better performance...
Here is a config that you can keep as reference...

CPU - i7 920
Mobo - Gigabyte X58 UD5/ Gigabyte X58 - UD4P
RAM - 12GB DDR3 - Preferably 1600MHz/ 1333MHz with lower timings - Brands - Corsair, GSKillz, OCZ
HDD - If you can get 2 faster HDD in RAID 0 and a large HDD as backup...
Or if you can get an SSD inside your budget, then it would be very good...
Graphics card - Any 9 series or GTS series from Nvidia would do as the video editing s/w would take advantage of the CUDA...
PSU - Corsair 550VX
CASE - Personal choice...

Select the components from those sites and post them here...See if it is coming under your budget...
Hope these help...
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September 14, 2009 10:44:28 AM

This is something I came up. It has RAID 0 , with smaller system disc,and this is maximum budget I would spend.
I see now I have made a mistake earlier when i wrote my ''BUDGET RANGE'', I have calculated wrong.

1 HDD S-ATAII Seagate - 1000GB NCQ 32MBC
2 PSU Corsair TX Series , 750W, 12cm, ATX2.2
3 CAS Frontier Mid-Tower SHINOBI 400W ATX blk
4 DVD±RW Samsung SH-S223F 18x DL SATA, black
5 Canopus HD STORM
6 VGA XFX ATI HD4650, 512MB, DDR2, PCIe
7 MBO S.1366 Gigabyte X58-UD5,ATX,DDR3,PCIe
8 CPU Intel Core i7-920 - 2.66GHz, 8MBC, BOX
9 RAM DDR3 1600 Corsair, 6GB KIT, 3X2GB, XMS3
10 HDD S-ATAII Seagate - 320GB NCQ 16MBC
In croatia this is 20308kn what is aprox 4030 USD
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September 14, 2009 11:11:41 AM

^ That's a lot of money...If am not wrong, that HD card takes up most of the budget right...

And as for the PSU, drop to Corsair 450VX or at the max 550VX...It is more than suffice for your requirements...
And make sure you get the latest Seagate 7200.12 drives and the older 7200.11 drives...And if you can change that 320GB to 7200.12 500GB...
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September 14, 2009 12:42:58 PM

Yes, almost 50% of my budget is HD card.
Thank you, I'll see about hard drives.
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