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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex.E View Post
    Definitely curious!
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    Quadro RTX 4000 ~ RTX 2070 ~ 21..22 fps at 8k 9:1.
    It's more a card for the upto 5k range of camera's/resolutions.
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    So what is the real MVP for price to performance ratio in these cards (if only considering Red processing)...

    a 2080 (non Ti) seems to be able to be had for between $700-750

    a 1080Ti 11gb can be had between 700-800

    a Titan RTX is ~$2500...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    So what is the real MVP for price to performance ratio in these cards (if only considering Red processing)...

    a 2080 (non Ti) seems to be able to be had for between $700-750

    a 1080Ti 11gb can be had between 700-800

    a Titan RTX is ~$2500...
    IMO

    RTX2080ti (11 GByte) for upto 5k ~ $1250
    RTX Titan (24 GByte) for 8k ~ $2500

    Post processing software(NLE's, etc...) is having a hard time making use of more than 1 GPU.

    Since no NLE is offering this possebility at the moment and no one is pointing a gun at you that you have to buy a GPU it might be wise to see how this evolves before buying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    So what is the real MVP for price to performance ratio in these cards (if only considering Red processing)...

    a 2080 (non Ti) seems to be able to be had for between $700-750

    a 1080Ti 11gb can be had between 700-800

    a Titan RTX is ~$2500...
    I would wait to see how this gets adopted by NLEs before buying anything. Unless you already make heavy use of RedCineX.
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    With CUDA enabled, both RedPlayer and Cine-X immediately crash without even opening the clip on my system, which I suspect is due to the fact my laptop is running a ridiculously insufficient GeFroce GT740M GPU with only 2GB of dedicated memory. OpenCL mode works fine though, much like before and ironically on past versions it was significantly faster than the CUDA mode, which I always found peculiar given my GPU is an NVIDIA card. At any rate, from all the examples and tests I've seen from others, the new SDK seems phenomenal and I can't wait to upgrade to a proper PC that'll be able to harness its astounding capabilities!
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    According to nVidia, "Using NVLink to scale performance and memory capacity requires application-specific support."

    Are we going to see this is enacted on REDCine-X Pro as well?
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    Anecdotally I seem to be finding footage shot over a year ago tends to crash RCXPro a lot more than newer footage. I`m not sure why.

    Also I have a lot of footage which is flipped inside RCX and I find random frames not being flipped. I end up having to output a shot a couple times to get a good version. I`m running a RTX 2080 Ti
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    It's dated April 26th 2019. The SDK was released on April 23rd. They did that in 3 days? That's impressive.
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