Does an overclocked 3570k make it better than a 4770k as far as video editing goes? I plan on gming which makes the 3570k prime, but is there a real difference between video editing with hyper threading and without?
#2lionheart5656Posted 10/20/2013 10:27:35 AM
hyper threading only matters if the program you are using takes advantage of it.
Just like having multiple cores only helps if the program you are using recognizes and utilizes those cores. --- http://tinyurl.com/3ljyptn Shooting blanks, every time, all the time.
You can expect roughly 15%-35% faster rendering if both 3570K and 4770K are clocked to the same speed and the 4770K is using HT. --- For Shuppet fans and lovers - http://steamcommunity.com/groups/ShuppetForLife http://steamcommunity.com/id/SuperSamurai190//
#5someflamablekidPosted 10/20/2013 10:29:21 AM
A good amount of programs take advantage of HT but that's about it for now. To my knowledge, no game takes advantage of that. IMO, an i7 will fair better if you are going to do video editing and such. That would probably be the better choice. It's better to have it than to not have it but it depends if you want to spend the extra money for it.
#6Orestes417Posted 10/20/2013 10:29:57 AM
There's nothing you can do to a 3570k that will make it better than a 4770k. --- If they asked how I died tell them: Still angry.
#7YukitoRamboPosted 10/20/2013 10:34:23 AM
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#8fataliPosted 10/20/2013 10:45:00 AM
Video editing is one of the tasks that hyper threading does improve, pretty much all the big editing programs can take advantage of it. --- Mystery is the source of all true science.
#9Road_Kill_666(Topic Creator)Posted 10/20/2013 10:53:30 AM
Video editing is one of the tasks that hyper threading does improve, pretty much all the big editing programs can take advantage of it.
Based on what everyones saying i will go 4770k then.
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