Originally Posted by steelman1991
Renethx - is the above (2600K + HD6870) a recommendation to achieve excellent playback using SVP and madVR. In the realms of other discussions this appeared initially to be overkill, or is this just the territory we are in to run these applications effectively.
I presently have an i3 2100, coupled with a Nvidia GT430 which seems to produce high levels of 'dropped frames', using the madVR, mpc-hc, SVP combination. Would you recommend the above combo as the minimum requirement or is there a combination down the scale which will work as effectively.
3570K + HD 7850 or GTX 650 Ti is a good choice for almost all videophile purposes (madVR Jinc3+AR / Jinc3+AR, SVP, 4K; except for SD/HD to 4K UHD Jinc upscaling), or HD 7870 / GTX 660 for Jinc4+AR / Jinc4+AR. Here are some results.
- Core i5-3570K (default clock)
- DDR3-1600 2 x 2GB
- Radeon HD 7850 / GTX 650 Ti
- MPC-HC, LAV Video Decoder 0.53.2 (DXVA2CB [DXVA2 native won't work if ffdshow is inserted]), ffdshow raw video filter, madVR 0.85.1 (Jinc3+AR / Jinc3+AR
), SVP 3.1.2 (default profiles)
CPU / GPU usage were measured when a 2min SD film and a 2min HD film were played back.HD 7850SD film --> HD
Average rendering time ~7.7 msSD film --> HD with SVP
Average rendering time ~7.9 msSD film --> HD with SVP / OpenCL off
Average rendering time ~7.6 msSD video --> HD
Average rendering time ~8.3 ms720p video --> HD
Average rendering time ~9.4 msHD film
Average rendering time ~6.8 msHD film with SVP
Average rendering time ~6.7 msHD film with SVP / OpenCL off
Average rendering time ~6.5 msHD i video
Average rendering time ~7.9 msHD p video
Average rendering time ~6.7 msEdited by renethx - 11/28/12 at 6:29am