Suggest me for build a good Machine for motion graphics


#1

Hello guys I need your suggestion to building a New computer for ( AE, C4d, Realflow, X-particles)

Processor : Intel Core i-7 5820k ( 6 core 12 Threads) 3.3GHz, 15MB Intel Smart Cache, LGA2011-v3 (22nm)

Motherboard : Gigabyte X99-UD4

Graphics Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (Gigabyte GV-N760OC 2GB)

Ram : 8x4= 32 GB DDR4 (G.SKILL RIPJAWS F4-2800C16Q-32GRK)

HDD : Need your suggestion ( If SSD HDD help for first render then I spend money for it otherwise normal HDD)

CPU Cooler : Need your suggestion ( Liquid cooling or Air cooling) if air cool is fine then not spend money for Liquid cooling)

Monitor : Need your suggestion ( I haven’t enough budge for Apple Monitor) So Any 24 inch or 27 inch monitor. which monitor give me perfect color for color correction ?

My bottom Line is I don’t want to spend money Unnecessary and I want to spend money for a Perfect Computer for Motion Graphics . So what you think about this configuration Need your Advise.

thanks for your answers :slight_smile:


#2

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider


#3
SniderGFX said

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider

Does an SSD Affect for fast Render ?


#4
chinmay3d said
SniderGFX said

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider

Does an SSD Affect for fast Render ?

I think so. What I know for sure is that if you use external files (like videos, photos etc.) it will increase your render time. I would say maybe 20-30%, but I don’t have exact data.


#5
chinmay3d said
SniderGFX said

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider

Does an SSD Affect for fast Render ?



Ofcourse! When working with a project, make sure all resources used in it and the output location too is in the SSD drive. SSD has 300MBp/s minimum copy speed, and you know AE outputs are huge in size when you render best output settings. So things will faster for sure. But rendering speed is also associated with the overall speed of your system including Processor, RAM and Graphics. But SSD costs too much, so guessing you will have a SSD drive with maximum 250GB, you will have to move Project files to the secondary HDD(if any) so you don’t fill up the whole space fast.

Also have a look at AMD processor. Many comparisons are available around the internet of Intel i7 vs AMD 8 Core processors. AMD processors are almost close to Intel, but price is down by half of intel for the same Cores, Speed and Efficiency! But Intel has its perks, learn more about these and fix a processor I would suggest :slight_smile:

Snider


#6
SniderGFX said
chinmay3d said
SniderGFX said

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider

Does an SSD Affect for fast Render ?



Ofcourse! When working with a project, make sure all resources used in it and the output location too is in the SSD drive. SSD has 300MBp/s minimum copy speed, and you know AE outputs are huge in size when you render best output settings. So things will faster for sure. But rendering speed is also associated with the overall speed of your system including Processor, RAM and Graphics. But SSD costs too much, so guessing you will have a SSD drive with maximum 250GB, you will have to move Project files to the secondary HDD(if any) so you don’t fill up the whole space fast.

Also have a look at AMD processor. Many comparisons are available around the internet of Intel i7 vs AMD 8 Core processors. AMD processors are almost close to Intel, but price is down by half of intel for the same Cores, Speed and Efficiency! But Intel has its perks, learn more about these and fix a processor I would suggest :slight_smile:

Snider

Its another topic AMD 8 core Processor price is almost half from intel 4 core Processor . But why many people spend double price to use Intel 4 core and and why intel is so popular? Whats the secret ? I have no idea about AMD processor :slight_smile:


#7
chinmay3d said
SniderGFX said
chinmay3d said
SniderGFX said

SSD as Primary Partition will fasten things alot more than usual HDD. Get a SSD Drive of 120 - 150 GB as Primary and install another HDD as secondary partition to store files.

With AE / PS installed in SSD drive, they open in like 2-3 Seconds, and booting and shut down is much more faster. I highly recommend getting a SSD, its worth the amount you spend!



Snider

Does an SSD Affect for fast Render ?



Ofcourse! When working with a project, make sure all resources used in it and the output location too is in the SSD drive. SSD has 300MBp/s minimum copy speed, and you know AE outputs are huge in size when you render best output settings. So things will faster for sure. But rendering speed is also associated with the overall speed of your system including Processor, RAM and Graphics. But SSD costs too much, so guessing you will have a SSD drive with maximum 250GB, you will have to move Project files to the secondary HDD(if any) so you don’t fill up the whole space fast.

Also have a look at AMD processor. Many comparisons are available around the internet of Intel i7 vs AMD 8 Core processors. AMD processors are almost close to Intel, but price is down by half of intel for the same Cores, Speed and Efficiency! But Intel has its perks, learn more about these and fix a processor I would suggest :slight_smile:

Snider

Its another topic AMD 8 core Processor price is almost half from intel 4 core Processor . But why many people spend double price to use Intel 4 core and and why intel is so popular? Whats the secret ? I have no idea about AMD processor :slight_smile:



Image says it all.


#8

I guess disagree with some of the things written in this thread. Firstly Intel is not more expensive because of their brand image. Intel’s processors have much better archetecture, making them much more efficient than AMD processors. Intel makes better processors, period. Check the links below, Intel makes 55 processors that out perform the best AMD chip.

Number of cores means almost nothing, there are countless 4 core Intel processors that destroy an AMD 8 core processor performance-wise.

If you’re looking to build a high end machine Intel is a no-brainer. That 5820 out-preforms the FX9590 by over 38% in a 3D rendering benchmark. And the first AMD processor on the second list ranks 56th behind 55 Intel processors.

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html

If you’re on a tight budget AMD is great! But when you’re building a computer that you will use everyday to make a living, you’re going to want to go with a high performance processor; something that AMD simply does not offer. I strongly advise you to spend the extra $90 and go with a 5820 or 4790k, you will notice a difference.


#9
GrizzleFX said

I guess disagree with some of the things written in this thread. Firstly Intel is not more expensive because of their brand image. Intel’s processors have much better archetecture, making them much more efficient than AMD processors. Intel makes better processors, period. Check the links below, Intel makes 55 processors that out perform the best AMD chip.

Number of cores means almost nothing, there are countless 4 core Intel processors that destroy an AMD 8 core processor performance-wise.

If you’re looking to build a high end machine Intel is a no-brainer. That 5820 out-preforms the FX9590 by over 38% in a 3D rendering benchmark. And the first AMD processor on the second list ranks 56th behind 55 Intel processors.

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html

If you’re on a tight budget AMD is great! But when you’re building a computer that you will use everyday to make a living, you’re going to want to go with a high performance processor; something that AMD simply does not offer. I strongly advise you to spend the extra $90 and go with a 5820 or 4790k, you will notice a difference.

Yes I agree with you Already I tested a cinema 4d scene :slight_smile: . Intel 4770k 4 core processor 30% faster render than AMD FX-8350 8 core processor. Finally I decide intel 5820k. what you thinking about Monitor. which company’s monitor good for color correction ?


#10
|what you thinking about Monitor. which company's monitor good for color correction ?

maybe Eizo or Nec?


#11

I’ve heard the Dell U2312HM is a good one that’s reasonably priced.