[Fryz] Apollo13™ Mar 17, 2014 @ 9:48pm
Video editing performance ?
I have a r9 270x and 8gb of ram and Amd Fx 6300

I use sony vegas to edit and for some reason I dont see it rendering as fast as I thought I would.
is there a way to utilize my gpu fully and cpu ?
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Rumpelcrutchskin Mar 17, 2014 @ 10:14pm 
FX-6300 is not exactly good CPU for video editing and you could use another 8 Gb of RAM for that. Graphics card doesnt matter that much.
_I_ Mar 17, 2014 @ 10:37pm 
video editing perfromance can also be dependant on hdd/ssd

if its not using 100% of your cpu, it could be a ram/hdd/mobo bottleneck
Bad-Motha Mar 17, 2014 @ 11:53pm 
A stronger CPU would help out alot, along with more RAM.
But yes HDD/SSD performance plays a major role too, especially with videos of large file sizes.
It helps to defrag before and then after an large scale rendering/edit as well.

I notice alot of times uploaded videos having hard-coded skips in them, this can alot of times be the result of not defragging before/after the edits, and thus these skips end up in the final rendered video.
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Bad-Motha Mar 18, 2014 @ 1:53am 
An FX-8350 and some 1866 RAM would help out quite a bit.

Movie Studio Platinum 12
video render comparison - AMD FX 8350 vs Intel i5 3570K
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXP6b9wlBCg

CineBench 11.5
benchmark comparison - AMD FX 8350 vs Intel i5 3570K
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c24zGcXFBTw
_I_ Mar 18, 2014 @ 4:25am 
if its a cheap board, it will also not let the cpu get to 100% load before vrms overheat and throttle it
Bad-Motha Mar 18, 2014 @ 4:28am 
Originally posted by _I_:
if its a cheap board, it will also not let the cpu get to 100% load before vrms overheat and throttle it

Very true, especially when it comes down to using any FX-8 series CPU.

Please tell us the motherboard u are using. The model is printed in bold letters on the motherboard itself. Or install/run CPUZ or SPECCY and u can easily find the Motherboard/Mainboard info in there.
[Fryz] Apollo13™ Mar 18, 2014 @ 8:20pm 
990fx by asus
Rumpelcrutchskin Mar 18, 2014 @ 10:07pm 
Originally posted by iLegionSupreme™:
990fx by asus

I would suggest getting FX-8350 with decent cooler then and raise your RAM to 16 Gb.
Bad-Motha Mar 18, 2014 @ 10:21pm 
Gonna want a decent 990FX motherboard for FX-8 CPUs.
_I_ Mar 18, 2014 @ 10:43pm 
asus 990fx boards are good
make sure the video editing software will use 8 cores
and get 16g of ram for it

also a 2nd hdd/ssd will help alot too
reading from one drive and saving to another will speed things up alot
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