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EricBowen
Re: Premier pro is rendering slow on my Z820
on Aug 10, 2013 at 5:29:15 pm

http://www.nvidia.com/object/quadro-desktop-gpus.html

QUADRO K2000 QUICK SPECS
CUDA Parallel-Processing Cores 384
Frame Buffer Memory 2 GB GDDR5
Memory Interface 128-bit
Memory Bandwidth 64 GBps

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-760/specifications

GTX 760 GPU Engine Specs:
1152CUDA Cores
980Base Clock (MHz)
1033Boost Clock (MHz)
94.1Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)
GTX 760 Memory Specs:
6.0 GbpsMemory Speed
2048 MBStandard Memory Config
GDDR5Memory Interface
256-bitMemory Interface Width
192.2Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)

Even a 760GTX card has significantly better specs than the Quadro 2000. That will not help the performance. 16GB of ram is really low to feed/cache 32 threads. Using a single 1GBE network connection for work storage is really not helping. I would suggest going local or 10GBE Ethernet. A single SSD 960GB drive local would handle allot of workflows. The Media your transcoding will also decide the performance. If it's Quicktime then the performance on the Dual Xeon will be far less than others since Quicktime threads poor on Windows and is 32bit. The system wont hyper thread when the cpu load is that low. That is the OS and bios ACPI that will decide that. There is a way to turn that off in the registry though.

Eric-ADK
Tech Manager


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