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  1. I'm going to build a new pc for encode mostly, not play game at all.

    right now I'm confuse between Intel K series and X series.

    Intel X series have AVX512, so it better right?

    and is staxrip support it?

    I almost buy I7 8700 today.

    sorry for my bad English
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  2. Some AVX512 code hasn't been implemented yet in x265, it's coming apparently . So we don't know what type of speedup you can expect yet.

    For the curious, of course we will be at NAB in Vegas from April 9th - 12th! We will be one of the demos at the MulticoreWare booth in SU-14708. If you want to discuss all things media, swing by the booth! Suggested topics include, but are certainly not limited to the soon-to-publish AVX512 acceleration, content adaptive optimizations for ABR encoding with x265, upcoming overhaul of AQ and associated visual improvements. or a request to take a selfie with the creators of the world’s most popular HEVC encoder.

    See you in Vegas!

    PS: Make sure to mention this post on doom9 if you stop by to stand a chance to win some open-source memorabilia!
    https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1837891#post1837891



    Another reason to wait, is you might want hardware resistant against spectre/meltdown issues. They are supposed to come later in the year as well
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  3. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Some AVX512 code hasn't been implemented yet in x265, it's coming apparently . So we don't know what type of speedup you can expect yet.

    For the curious, of course we will be at NAB in Vegas from April 9th - 12th! We will be one of the demos at the MulticoreWare booth in SU-14708. If you want to discuss all things media, swing by the booth! Suggested topics include, but are certainly not limited to the soon-to-publish AVX512 acceleration, content adaptive optimizations for ABR encoding with x265, upcoming overhaul of AQ and associated visual improvements. or a request to take a selfie with the creators of the world’s most popular HEVC encoder.

    See you in Vegas!

    PS: Make sure to mention this post on doom9 if you stop by to stand a chance to win some open-source memorabilia!
    https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1837891#post1837891



    Another reason to wait, is you might want hardware resistant against spectre/meltdown issues. They are supposed to come later in the year as well

    Thank you.
    So I have to wait again. sad
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