RAW converter's computational power requirements: 4core or 8core?

Started Jan 22, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: RAW converter's computational power requirements: 4core or 8core?
In reply to VirtualMirage, Jan 23, 2013

as said in an previous reply, SSD helps in read/write stuff between the processing. During the processing its all cpu/ram.

for everything I do, my pc is just great, call it matlab/octave/V-REP/ansys/adams/pro-e/autocad etc..

in ansys it gets a bit stresses when I go for too many nodes, but overall its fine.

if I upgrade I ll go for xeon maybe..

(and xeon was what I secretly wished to hear being talked about mostly in the answers but it appears that sony users are using mid-high end home pc's mostly)

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