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Very nice build, i am also using the Phanteks enthoo evolv chassi for my build (which is only in the $3000 range haha xD). One thing to look out for, the glass panel on the front likes to vibrate making an insanely annoying noise.
Hey Matt, sorry it's off topic, but just heard/read about the New Galaxy A8 which is a 2018 update of the already existing Galaxy A8 (2015/2016), it takes the design characteristics of the Galaxy S8 line & what's interesting is that it beat the upcoming S9/S9+ by already having the rear fingerprint scanner in the middle where it's supposed to be, which is what the S9 will actually look like. It's just like when the Galaxy A9 foreshadowed the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with having an SD card slot & giant battery that the S6/Note 5 line up never had at all.
damn, you win, although i would defo get a 1080ti as it wins most the benchmarks you showed. thanks for looking tho. and nice content...
i still edit some 6k footage on my 3930k and 980ti and its not that bad, but im running out of space lol
Now it's over 13,000 but it's a nice system! Still to consumer focused with some of the drives but nice nonetheless. As for the Angelbird drives you can't buy them from a regular computer store but you can get them from B&H and Amazon. They're $1500 per 2 TB drive. Pretty darn expensive and I wouldn't recommend them unless you're making a movie for disney lol
if you look again, i added 4 2tb ssds for raid 10, not angelbirds but they are ok, 2 10tb hard drives for long term storage and added another 64gb of ram, also added an ultrawide monitor just in case he needs another one, i kept the sli as looking through premier pro documentation it supports up to 2 cuda gpus and 1 opencl gpu, same with photoshop and after affects, apart from after affects supports 2 opencl devices.
the 7980xe was kept so they were able to render and edit footage while doing other things too, still below your price, but somehow i still cant find those angelbird ssds anywhere. hope you like revision 2
may I ask, why did you compare threadripper to the i7 but not the i9? Like I know the i9 is overpriced and all, but the 7700k is like a 3rd of the price of threadripper so clearly that doesnt matter, that seems like a much more logical comparison
+Pety can't afford to test both but we know that the I9 7960 is about 15% faster. But also costs $800 more. The point of the 7700k is to show how higher clock speeds are better in certain situations like warp stabilizing footage.