Those parts should be good. What video card do you plan to use? And the $64 question is what Power Supply will you be using?
I looked at an Intel based system and (you may dis-approve this theory), I have an i3-2330M CPU @ 2.2GHZ with 6 GB RAM running Win 7 64X and video processing on it is shockingly slow, my thought was the above has the 8 core, albeit AMD, it would blow this processor out of the water.Personally if reliability and performance were the main considerations I'd be looking an Intel based system rather than an AMD system..
Is their any processor you would recommend over another? I looked at a few for example the i7-4790 is only a quad core, but it would run faster/smoother than the 8 core AMD? Sorry for my lack of knowledge here.I was thinking more along the lines of a high end Intel i7 processor that has 4 or 6 cores plus Hyperthreading such as the Intel i7-47xx, 48xx, 49xx, 58xx, 59xx processors. If you get into Xeon's you can get 10 or 12 core processors and multi-processors per system.
Stability is a must, I do 0 gaming so that is not important to me.The motherboard would depend on what processor you choose and your budget, but I wouldn't be getting a high-end gaming board with a bazzillion overclocking tweaks if you want stability.
I'll look into more RAM, I don't recall what the capability was last time I looked. And I currently have a 512GB SSD drive that I use (of course I would like I plan to expand it).You may also need way more than 6GB of RAM and possibly several hard drives or better yet an SSD drive for working with the video files.
Yeah, all that CPU processor information that is provided makes no sense to me . From seeing that data, what CPU/Motherboard combo would you recommend?See here for the requirements for that software: http://www.cyberlink.com/products/powerdirector-ultra/spec_en_US.html
PSU - Cooler Master V550 Video Card - AMD Radeon R9 280X Hard Drive - 512 GB SSD RAM - Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
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