After many years of service it died? What's my choices for a new computer. Well, new motherboard etc?
I'm thinking this bit of used cheap and cheerful from ebay.
AMD EPYC Supermicro H11SSL-i + 7551P 32cores 64threads 2.0 GHz motherboard+ CPUhttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/134125357702What you think?
You know what I think of CorelDRAW and anything AMD.
Need to do more things than Corel Draw. Ignoring that and the AMD headspace...It's $700US for 32 cores 16 threads + motherboard. The negative in the clock speed of 2.2 GHz.$4,000+ for a new 32 core, 5 GHz max.
Sounds like a lot of bang for the buck.
I agree but it's 50/50 pot luck for Drsw performance.
It's odd as hell but my wife has an AMD laptop for email/web, shopping and general BS. It runs Draw just fine even though it's AMD and not robust. I can't figure it out.
OK then we agree this is an OK experiment. It lacks processor speed but has 8 way RAM.
Yes a bang for the buck but a 50/50 chance for Draw!
Have a lot at the impact of AI on DaVinci Resolve, some incredible masking at is just too easy. You just scribble over the thing to mask, usually a person and it uses the movement as part of the mask isolation. They had all their ducks in a row before going into this. Not having duck in a row on issues that have existed for too long as going to muck with implementing this. https://youtu.be/8p52x5zoeG0 There some great use cases for SketchUp where ChatGPT write Ruby code that is executed in the console. https://youtu.be/IPoFA-XyWrc
Something like that has all sort of possibilities, impossible to know... Perhaps a way to paint feathers using code, for example.
It was nothing 12 months ago. What has captured interest like this before?
At my age I wonder how much AI integration I'll see. As far as 2d static images I'm not real impressed. The noise reduction, sharpening tools have me waiting until the next upgrade. However the technology is in its infancy.