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About ckrueger99

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  1. Do you mean patches are currently available for 2020 CC? Or that we are waiting for someone to do them? Where can I find them, if they are available? Thank you.
  2. Will this revision on Designare run the Titan Ridge card without flashing now?
  3. I'm looking to the ITX version of this board from ASRock.
  4. Are the new versions Final Cut Pro 10.5, Logic Pro 10.6 and Compressor 4.5 working normally on AMD?
  5. Me thinks there will be better availability of used Radeon VIIs in the months to come.
  6. Closer to a 3080 than a 3070. Only question for me is whether supported right away in Big Sur.
  7. Since it seems likely that MacOS 16.0 or 16.1 will support Big Navi, I thought it might be useful to understand how the AMD (and nVidia, for comparison) GPU product stack will likely shake out in the coming months, according to an excellent video from "Moore's Law is Done" (Quadra RTX A5000) Navi 21 (Prosumer) 32GB GDDR6, 80 CU 256 bit memory bus, $2-3000, Q1 (RTX 3090 $1499) Navi 21 RX 6900 XT 16GB GDDR6, 80 CU 256 bit memory bus, $699 Nov'20 (Also, possible liquid version.) (RTX 3080TI 20gb?) Navi 21 RX 6800 XT 16GB
  8. Here's what I've heard about the Big Navi and other AMDs (RTX 3090 $1499) Navi 21 (Big) RX 6900 XT 16GB 80 CU $999 (RTX 3080TI 20gb) Navi 21 RX 6800 XT 16GB 72 CU $799 Navi 21 RX 6800 12GB 72 CU $699 (RTX 3080 $699) Navi 22 RX 6700 XT 16GB ?? CU (3070TI 16gb) Navi 22 RX 6700 8 GB ?? CU (RTX 3070 $499) Navi 23 RX 6500 XT Wait for Sabrent...
  9. It appears that Waves audio plugin now works with Ryzen (previous did not), so perhaps with TR as well...
  10. I'm just worried that Apple's hardware "solution" is going to require After Burner card or at least T2, either way leaving us out in the cold.
  11. @DriftwoodConsidering a professional media editor, whose primary work flow is in FCPX and, to a lessor extent, Adobe After Effects but not Premier, would the lack of HEVC hardware acceleration kill the decision to go with a TR hackintosh? Or would the same condition apply to an Intel Xeon 3175X machine? (Nearly as fast but much more expensive and using more power, but maybe without the HEVC compression problems?) Or does Apple Compressor depend on the T2, so we'd have the same problem with any brand of CPU , even a real Mac that doesn't have a T2?
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