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HASNAOUI

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a good hardware configuration for fusion?

PostSat Nov 27, 2021 11:05 pm

hello friends,
I want to ask about a good configuration that works well on fusion and davinci resolve,
so if you built a pc that does good job without spending lots of money, share informations with us plz
and if you tried the new M max makbook pro, then tell us what you think
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Re: a good hardware configuration for fusion?

PostMon Nov 29, 2021 2:58 am

Sounds like your limiter is your budget.

Just get as much RAM as you can afford. GPU and CPU alike.
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Re: a good hardware configuration for fusion?

PostMon Nov 29, 2021 3:00 am

Oh, and leave 300 bucks for a Studio license, of course.
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Re: a good hardware configuration for fusion?

PostMon Nov 29, 2021 12:56 pm

ok, thanks van my macbook pro has just 16G of ram, and I think about getting the new 16" M1 max, but I don t know what s better between a customizible (windows :? ) pc , and a configuration sealed mac with good os

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