Choosing GPU for video editing in 2023
With the new players in the GPU field, it's very hard to choose the one. Each graphic card model is sold as an "ultimate choice". This article will outline the main things you should keep in mind when choosing a GPU for video editing. Read on
Let's compare Apples to Apples
With Apple almost completing upgrade from M1 to M2 let’s have a look at what you will be getting in terms of video editing power.
RTX 4090. New and powerful?
Has NVIDIA created something outstanding? When looking at the specs we were not convinced and anticipated only a marginal speed improvement. Let's check what our tests have uncovered.
M1 Mac Studio. Is it really that good?
M1 computers are built differently and the new Mac Studio isn't an exception. The question is have Mac engineers managed to scale M1 Max performance and make M1 Ultra that efficient as it was promised?
M1 Max vs Dell XPS 17 and HP zBook Fury G8
Wondering whether M1 Max is really worth all that hype? Are there any other mobile workstations that are able to run well with Neat Video and other heavy software? And what about desktops? What do they offer? Lots of questions to be answered.
NVIDIA RTX 3090. Should you?
NVIDIA is claiming RTX 3090 as a "big ferocious GPU (BFGPU) with TITAN class performance". Let's compare it with RTX 3080 and the previous flagship RTX 2080 Ti.
NVIDIA RTX 3080 vs RTX 2080 Ti
The big announcement from NVIDIA was long-awaited not only by the gamer community. Filmmakers were also intrigued by the possibilities new generation GPUs could bring them. Finally the day had come. Let’s dig into the goodies it has brought.
Metal VS OpenCL
Not sure which one is faster? We were curious too and did some testing. Check out our results!
New CPUs and GPUs. How is the speed?
It has been a while since we posted a series of articles about best hardware for Neat Video noise reduction and for video editing in general. Since then AMD, Intel and NVIDIA have released a number...
4 Factors when choosing a GPU for faster digital noise reduction
GPU card is one of the simplest components to replace in your computer. Often it’s a case of simply removing the old GPU card and slotting in a new, more powerful one. However, there are many GPUs to choose from and some are more equipped for the task of noise reduction than others.
5 Factors when choosing a CPU for faster video noise reduction
High quality noise reduction is a complex task that is very computationally intensive. Millions of calculations are performed every second and the speed you experience when you use Neat Video depends on key parts of your system working together. For this reason, if you want faster render times and export times with less lag, you should select your hardware very carefully.