LR3 and Sandybridge rocks

maxzuk

Active Member
Nigel is a very happy boy with my new build PC

i7 2600k & sandy bridge mobo

LR3 now roars along on 2 monitors one being 2560 x 1440 which killed my poor old duel core.

Now just need some photos to edit:clap:
 

tcr4x4

Active Member
Really need to sort mine out. Poor little i5 is starting to struggle with a 4600 photo catalog and dual 24 inch monitors!
 
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Deleted member 27989

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Aperture as well, running mine at turbo x49 with one 30" 2560x1600 and another 22" 1050x1650 off a 5870 graphics card with 16Gb ram, os on a OCZ vertex 3 and data on a hitachi 3TB. Haven't had a single page out yet and all is instant. Loving sandybridge.
 

maxzuk

Active Member
Aperture as well, running mine at turbo x49 with one 30" 2560x1600 and another 22" 1050x1650 off a 5870 graphics card with 16Gb ram, os on a OCZ vertex 3 and data on a hitachi 3TB. Haven't had a single page out yet and all is instant. Loving sandybridge.

How good is the OCZ vertex 3, as it was on my wish list but something had to go to keep build price down.:rolleyes:
 
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Deleted member 27989

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Words can't describe how fast it is ;-) I'm getting sustained read and write speeds of around 515MB/s never seen anything like it.
 

shotokan101

Banned
Words can't describe how fast it is ;-) I'm getting sustained read and write speeds of around 515MB/s never seen anything like it.

...apparently they can :devil:

Jim
 

maxzuk

Active Member
Good to hear, soon to move from a e2160/2gig to an i5 2500k 8gig and 27" :D

It really makes difference, I dont know what Adobe was thinking when designing LR3 as Sandybridge rips through it but still pushes Chip to its limits ans its the only app that does.

LR4 should be redesigned to send some work to GPU.
 

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