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    Hey chaps and chapettes,

    PCs aren't my speciality so could do with a couple pointers I need to look for.
    Wanting to build a new machine but getting confused with CUDA and other acceleration.
    Reading a lot about support being pulled in favour of NVENC? but also some threads saying Quick Sync is faster over using a graphics cards.
    I'm just looking for a machine for the SOLE purpose of ripping/converting bluray to MKV with decent speed at doing so. Current (old) i3 laptop does the job but would like something far quicker.
    When it comes to the processor/motherboard combo, is there anything specific to look for to make QS work for DVDFab? Obviously that the processor supports QS is a given... Does the motherboard have to support anything in particular?
    Does the version of of Intel graphics matter?
    Does how much RAM factor in processing speed?

    A lot of questions I know and I do apologise, but its a fair chunk of cash to spend and potentially be wrong....

    Oh, I've also read some folk have issues with poor quality conversions when using faster methods - one mentioned something about 'b frames'?
    Any way to combat these issues?

    Thanks in advance

    Dave
    theprimogenitor
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    Last edited by theprimogenitor; 10-31-2015, 07:34 PM.
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