DerKeyser

Joined on May 3, 2017

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  • Jeez there’s a lot of misunderstandings and plain faulty statements here. So let’s just set the record straight: 1: Color science does exist - BUT! It exists only in the software doing the ...
  • EPIC gallery - really nice work!

  • Well I might stand corrected. Perhaps Apple has drivers that allow for OpenGL in 10bit mode. They are not available on Windows (Intel only makes DirectX 10bit capable drivers), so I thought that ...
  • Nope, it only does 10bit in directx as far as I know. The OpenGL drivers does not allow for 10 color processing.
  • In my opinion yes. There's no added performance in Lightroom for the bigger cards as 1060 6G has ample cores and memory for lightroom (far more than it currently uses). The main point is the GPU ...
  • I assume based on specs the processor is the I7-8700B which is a 65w TDP part. So it will be noticably slower than an 8cores dekstop 95w part when doing heavy threaded lifting. Mainly because of ...
  • 1: Yes, that is correct, there is no additional gain in Lightroom between the SSD's you mention. Obviously having your images going from HDD to SSD would improve accesstime to them. But if your ...
  • Yeah, that’s the real problem with synthetic benchmarking. It doesn’t really say anything about what to expect in a specific piece of software since that code might be inefficient, memory bound, ...
  • Glad to help :-) If lightroom is your main/only usage for the computer then you will not see a benefit from upgrading to a NVMe SSD (Apart from perhaps cutting the time to boot Windows by about 2 ...
  • @Reid: Sorry, I had a slight calculation error on my estimates for how import/export/rendering would perform compared to your 3770K. I should have writen about a 100% extra performance. To get to ...
  • True, but those are about the only general examples (and for lightroom it’s only import/export and Library Preview Rendering). Then add in that a Hyperthreding “core” is generally only worth 0 - ...
  • I’m sorry Robert, but I need to disagree on your single threaded performance gain number. Yes, several tasks in lightroom is still single threaded (can only ever use one core), but the performance ...
  • Sorry I was a bit offline guys :-) @Reid: If you are buying a new SSD anyways (for a new build) there is no - as in NO - discussion in regards to which type to get: Samsung NVMe EVO or PRO is by ...
  • Lets hope so, but I fear that is wishfull thinking... Well, maybe not for tele lenses - they will probably hold their prices somewhat longer that the rest.
  • Well, in 3 or 4 years Mirrorless will probably have won the “new” buyers marked. At that time the used lens marked for F-mount will then only be for people who had DSLR’s for quite some time - and ...
  • To sum it up: I would expect the following gains from upgrades: 1: SSD from 860EVOsata ot 870EVO_NVMe : 0% Percievable difference in lightroom - It will not make any difference at all. 2: GPU from ...
  • Yes, those performance monitor details shows the problems of calculating “usage” of a GPU. It has a lot of fixed hardware blocks - hardware dedicated to specific functions. So how do you calculate ...
  • A clean windows 10 install? Did you remember to install AMD’s latest drivers? The one’s delivered with Windows 10 might be the issue...
  • Whoaa, yeah, that’s going to be a killer :-) Get your 128Gb of memory as fast as possible. One thing to note though: Getting software that can scale well on MANY cores and lots of memory might not ...
  • A little sidenote: For lightroom “many” cores on your CPU is generally not the way to go if you do a lot of processing and navigation on your images. Slightly fewer cores and a very high clock ...
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