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Hello everyone, I am looking for a good processor for my new PC..I can afford Intel Xeon processor...so I have to stick with i7 or Amd Ryzen 7.. Intel i7-6800k Intel i7-7700k Rayzen 1700x I searched on net and find that Intel i7-7700k is not good in performance compare to i7-6800k and new Rayzen 1700x I already have AMD FX 8350 machine..with limited config.. AMD FX 8350 GTX 560TI CORSAIR VENGEANCE 16GB M5A97 R2.0 Antec gx505 Corsair TX750 watt This config is not giving any performance...AMD known for heating issue..random shutdown bcz of this..So I don't know trust to Rayzen or not..My new config which I am trying to build now is Processor & Motherboard : Need suggestions Ram : 32gb corsair vengeance PRO Graphic card : gtx 1070 Power supply : corsair TX750 Cooling : Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Cabinet : antec gx505 SSD : Samsung evo pro 250gb
vlb6 posted a topic in HardwareHi there, I recently saw a post over on the C4DCafe forum : https://www.c4dcafe.com/ipb/forums/topic/96539-requirements-for-speeding-up-simulations/#comment-641429 I am currently building a PC for animation, simulations, dynamics, rendering (although this would be in C4D), large scale photo editing, VFX, video editing etc, so this has got me thinking ; I don't exactly know what 'core features' means but I imagine it's a term for the 'back-end' way the software integrates with the hardware, so how does Houdini interact with the hardware? what parts does it utilize for these aspects of the 3D pipeline .. animation, simulations and dynamics?? and therefore my main question: which components do I need to focus on when doing the build to ensure I can do some advanced setups and still have reasonable viewports response, not too much waiting around etc. Just for extra info here as some components I've decided on: i7-6800 Asus X99-E GTX 1080 Ti 64GB RAM Hope this question was clear and thanks in advance