i thought i7 5960x/ 5930k with 99x mobo with asus delux and 970 nvidia gtx. confused with the performance of Xeon processors as i am new learner and also confused with the difference between quadro series gtx and nvidia 970 0r 980 gtx performance.
You will have difficulty in building an X99 system for that budget. You need 32GB of ram if you do which will be a large portion of the cost with DDR4 right now. If you can make some room on the budget then the X99 would definitely be the way to go. The 5960X is the best CPU out right now but $1100 is probably going to push your budget. The 5930K would still do the job and at a much better price point for your budget. I suggest h 970GTX with that budget as well. Forget the Xeon V3's. They are out of your budget and not worth the price with that budget in mind. You can get a much better system with the I7 Haswell E chips.
Thank You Eric ADK a lot.
if you please I want to know more---
1. the difference of performance ( in case of running video editing soft of Premiere pro and AE) in between 5930k and 5960x. can't 8 core 5960x expect more $500 than 5930k in the sense of performance?
2. I want to build a mid range/class of video editing system. I don't need to buy even Monitor, ssd and HDD because I have them in my current system. (only wish to buy cpu, chipset, Ram, PSU, raid. gtx)
3. can't I use 16 gb of Ram instead of 32 (After a year then i'll upgrade)? Will this chip or cpu support the ddr4 of up coming Ram with update speed like 2800Mhz, or 2900Mhz etc.?
1. Yes you can get the money's worth in performance between the 6 and 8 core if you need the extra performance for the workflow. This has far greater impact with media greater than 2K and AE. If that is your focus then the 8 core is the way to go.
3. Ram is one of the biggest aspects to performance with GPU acceleration applications especially media content creation applications. There is no point to get a 6 or 8 core if you don't provide enough ram to utilize all the cores and provide enough ram buffering for the GPU to process the data. A significant portion of the CPU and GPu will sit idle if you don't give enough ram space for proper buffering and caching. AE itself is a major ram hog and will definitely not use the power of either CPU with only 16 GB of ram. The performance in ram preview will also be effected by how much can be cached/buffered and how much will have to dump to disk which is vastly slower than ram. DDR4 can go over 3000MHz but stability becomes a major question with the current DDR4 chips right now when you get above 2666. It's up to you but I would not spend that much on a workstation without getting the amount of ram you need to make use of it.
I got the point.