Hi, Rudyo!BruceX - 13-14 seconds with one GPU, 9-10 seconds with 2 GPU's!
Gigabyte MB Z170X-UD5 TH
Intel Skylake Core i7-6700k CPU (not overclocked yet)
Noctua NF-A15 CPU Cooler
32GB Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 2400 DIMMS
Samsung EVO 850 1TB SSD
HGST 4TB Enterprise Drive (also free - recent server pull)
Seasonic X-850 PS
Fractal Design Define R5 Case
Sapphire R9-280X 3GB Dual-X GPU
Sapphire R9-280X 3GB Dual-X GPU (2 of them installed)
OSX 10.11.6 using Clover Bootloader
RX480 works. I now use it with colorfinale.Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 5
I7 6700K stock as it came optimized BIOS Settings
32gb RAM DDR4-3000 (not sure if this is running at this speed yet)
Samsung 850 EVO 500gb
used Sapphire R9-280x, but one fan doesn't work and the other ones bearings are failing. Think i need to return this POS. Who knows how abused it is.
OSX Sierra 10.12
Bruce X to ProRes422 avg of 3: 18.4sec
Wish a modern AMD Card would work as well, really annoying having to spend Euro 300 for a new in box card thats 2 years old... if you can find one.
So what score did you get with the 980ti? I am thinking of buying one as it'll be fast in davinci resolve and hope it'll still be fairly fast in FCPX.Wow, R9 390, in El-cap 8.3sec,
I ordered 980ti, so I will compare this in Same OSX and I will go to Sierra for testing again.
I heard Sierra will slower than El Cap, but I will see.