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    Internal RAID will be a lot faster and more...

    Internal RAID will be a lot faster and more reliable if your alternative is external USB. Beyond that it becomes a huge discussion about how to build your RAID...

    A server volume that Macs and...
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    Encountered this one a while back and the side...

    Encountered this one a while back and the side handle had to be sent to RED to get its firmware updated. You may be able to get it’s firmware updated properly by juggling camera firmware versions,...
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    Back on the stuck pixel thing... I don’t think...

    Back on the stuck pixel thing... I don’t think that’s what we’re seeing. I didn’t notice them watching through, even though I’m watching on a 4K projector and a pretty big screen — like 12ft wide. ...
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    How’d it go? I might make it to one of these...

    How’d it go? I might make it to one of these someday... I haven’t seen a lot of my fellow REDUser people since NAB like 3 years ago...
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    Yes, RED Rocket was FPGA. Rocket-X was ASIC. The...

    Yes, RED Rocket was FPGA. Rocket-X was ASIC. The RED One camera was built on FPGAs, subsequent DSMC[2] platforms are ASIC.

    The FPGA in the upcoming Apple Afterburner card are still a mystery...
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    You guys pick crappy dates. :P I’ll be in the...

    You guys pick crappy dates. :P

    I’ll be in the OC/Irvine area the last few days of July....
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    I melted the D700 GPUs twice on the same 12-core...

    I melted the D700 GPUs twice on the same 12-core trashcan Mac. My other two were 8-core units and in one system I swapped the 8-core for a 10-core CPU just because. Never had a problem with either...
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    That was their official statement last year. ...

    That was their official statement last year. Seriously.

    At this rate, I actually hope they’re over-engineering them for bandwidth and they’ll be Thunderbolt 4 compliant since TB4 will probably...
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    New Mac Pro is way more functional as a cheese...

    New Mac Pro is way more functional as a cheese grater than the 2013 Mac Pro was at being a trash can.... Just sayin’
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    Yeah and usually have to tweak the hack when new...

    Yeah and usually have to tweak the hack when new OSX versions come out, but it's still just a simple walk into the terminal anyway. That said, the BMD eGPU does not work with TB2, you'll need to get...
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    Glad they’re not including a stand I almost...

    Glad they’re not including a stand I almost certainly will never use. While $999 seems stupid for a stand, this is typical Apple in that the thing is machined out of a large hunk of aluminum and...
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    But it’s not. The 3223 only has 16.5MB cache. ...

    But it’s not. The 3223 only has 16.5MB cache. They’re probably using the W-3243, which has the 24.5MB cache listed in Apple’s specs and the 3.5GHz base clock and 4GHz turbo. I don’t have a price...
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    But it is what they did in the past. They were...

    But it is what they did in the past. They were locked in sync with HP Xeon workstation pricing. Yes, there’s a big price jump. Same as we’ve seen across the industry. Your price breakdown is a...
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    Most people complaining about the price are those...

    Most people complaining about the price are those who are once again left out of Apple’s product map. As we had with the previous cheese grater Mac pros and iMacs, there’s a gaping hole in the...
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    One thing I want to bring up here is Metal in...

    One thing I want to bring up here is Metal in relation to CUDA. Apple did phenomenal work with Metal 2 and I truly can't think of anything that can be done with CUDA that can not also be done with...
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    More options... But yes, Nvidia would need to...

    More options...

    But yes, Nvidia would need to support Metal -- which is a requirement and would be needed for them to provide proper driver support. We would of course want them to optimize it...
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    I really think it will be about balancing between...

    I really think it will be about balancing between GPU options and CPU cores. Based on the specs we have, I would advise people away from the 8-core model. The Xeon W series basically comes in two...
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    Sorry, no, I meant the monitor stand/base sitting...

    Sorry, no, I meant the monitor stand/base sitting at keyboard height. That typically puts the center of the display at or just below eye height for most people, which is where it should be. Problem...
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    Always on arms for me. Apple has a track record...

    Always on arms for me. Apple has a track record of making shitty monitor stands anyway. They’re always sized to set the monitor too high on many desks. Work best if you can have the base sitting at...
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    AMD has encountered some vulnerabilities relating...

    AMD has encountered some vulnerabilities relating to Spectre or Meltdown style bugs and associated attacks. Where I feel the real problem with Intel and these vulnerabilities lies is with how Intel...
  21. Won’t work. Not at all. NVidia GPUs don’t work...

    Won’t work. Not at all. NVidia GPUs don’t work as eGPUs on Mac... Even with older MacOS... There were a couple hacks possible on some older OS versions, but they were never 100% and often specific...
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    Yes... BUT it flips the other way in Resolve...

    Yes... BUT it flips the other way in Resolve when using the builds supporting the Nvidia R3D enhancements. The thing is, AMD could also work with RED to accomplish much the same thing. But as was...
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    I agree with that on some level, especially as it...

    I agree with that on some level, especially as it pertains to ‘right now.’ However there is nothing guaranteed that things will stay that way moving to the future. The industry decided CUDA was...
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    Yes, OS X and iOS will converge at some point and...

    Yes, OS X and iOS will converge at some point and we’ll see an all new OS. This was Steve Jobs’ intention. He knew it would take time and said so on many occasions. I’d like to think that the iOS...
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    Poll: I don’t have an issue with the subscription model...

    I don’t have an issue with the subscription model specifically, but I think Adobe does it wrong. They price it to reel in new subscribers while giving long-term customers the shaft. Same tactics...
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