Very, very nice indeed.
Type: Posts; User: Andrew Madu
Very, very nice indeed.
Very nice, Ketch. Very nice indeed.
Leica lens, Ketch?
Many thanks for the response, Mark. Much appreciated.
Can anyone confirm whether the Epic Dragon is what was initially known as the Epic FF35? And is there an ETA for the Epic 645 (Medium Format)?
Any feedback from your HP guys yet?
Many thanks in advance,
Outstanding performance-per-watt and compute power merge with University of Frankfurt SANAM Supercomputer
AMD FirePro™ S10000 Server Graphics
Samsung do 32GB LRDIMMs at 1600 Mbps, 1333 Mbps, and 1066 Mbps at both 1.35v and 1.5v. But from what I gather the HP Z820 can only support 1333 Mbps (Maybe you can ask you HP guy(s) about...
In regards to your opening question you may find the following video of interest: LDRIMM Controller from Inphi Increases DDR3 DIMM Capacity - IDF 2012, which in conjunction with the following info ...
Load-Reduced DIMMS (1333 MHz) are offered as a configuration option for both Xeon E5-2690 and Xeon E5-2687 CPU's, starting at 256GB.
Still can't figure out why the Nvidia Tesla C2075 is NOT...
For those who expressed reservations regarding the Z820 not supporting Thunderbird, you may find the suggestions presented in the following articles of interest:
Mac Pro & alternatives to...
Are you running your HP Z820 workstation with un-buffered DIMMs (UDIMM), registered DIMMS (RDIMM) or load-reduced DIMMS 1333 MHz (LRDIMM)?
From my understanding of un-buffered v...
So in one years time, when the might of JVC brings this device out, I'll already have had a 9K Epic Pro in my hands!!
Interestingly enough Nvidia released Vista 64bit drives today for non SDI Quadra FX 5600/5800 cards:
Hopefully SDI Vista 63bit...
Is there a 64bit version of SCRATCH which runs on Vista?
As both Abobe Premiere/AE CS4 + RED installer 1.7 operate under Vista 64, I take it there will be Vista 64bit driver support for the RED Rocket, correct?
Out of interest, what OS are you using?
which model of Tamuz did you go for, Imperial Eagle?
Ok, I've just been made aware of the RED 1.7 plugin which alllows acces to .r3D metadata.
Are Premiere Pro 4 or After Effects 4 able access R3D metadata?
Also, are they read alternative looks created in REDAlert?
Church! (Translated: Preach it brother, preach it!)
I would appreciate any info you can provide, in regards to the performance of both the Nvidia and ATI cards, when your new system arrives.
EDIT: Ah ha! It's seems what I have been...