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Phillips Garage
RX 480 in a Mac Pro with FCPX benchmark
on Aug 26, 2016 at 7:29:46 am

Hey guys.

We took a quick look at FCPX on a Mac Pro with a RX 480 inside check out the benchmark

Thanks







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Joe Marler
Re: RX 480 in a Mac Pro with FCPX benchmark
on Aug 27, 2016 at 11:16:42 am

For comparison, below are some benchmarks I ran on a 2013 and 2015 iMac 27, comparing to an older 4Ghz Windows PC with a GTX-660. I can't explain why the BruceX test was so fast on the 2015 iMac (about 19 sec). I re-ran it many times. It shows the danger of relying on a single benchmark which for various (and often unknown) reasons may run abnormally slow or fast on certain platforms.

https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-gRvVr9h/0/O/i-gRvVr9h.jpg


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Phillips Garage
Re: RX 480 in a Mac Pro with FCPX benchmark
on Aug 28, 2016 at 8:17:54 am

Thats because of Intel Quick Sync.
It works with i5 and i7 cpu's and it accelerates just like a GPU would.

Its hardware encoding in short, where else a GPU relies on software encoding and the GPU to process the effect etc

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