- Intel Core I7 8700K (6 cores 4Ghz)
Terrible choice as it only supports 16 PCIe lanes. My recommendation would be an Intel i9-7900X
paired with a ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE
- 16GB RAM:
With a system like this, I would get at least 32GB in 4x8GB modules or even 64GB in 4x16GB modules.
- Samsung 970 EVO M.2 SSD:
I would go with 512GB 970 Pro for OS and if you end up with a motherboard that supports more than one M.2 drive (like the PRIME X299) , you can get a 2TB 970 EVO for media
- Quadro RTX 5000 (synced outputs, with 3x Datapath FX4 we can drive 12 Full HD screens and a screen for the interface).
Save on the GPU so that you can buy a better processor (i9-7900X). I haven't tested yet but I would think the new Nvidia RTX 2080ti paired with (3) FX4 will be amazing!
The thing we don't know yet is what capture card we would like to use for getting the lowest latency. Now Resolume has only native support for AJA, Blackmagic and Datapath. Does this mean these cards use the nVidia GPUdirect for faster capture card --> gpu memory transfer?
If you can afford it, go with Datapath VisionSC Range