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  1. I understand .... one last question. Should changing a board also require me to buy new memory cards? I currently have DDR4 memory cards not sure what model type.
  2. Indeed, it seemed strange to me for a moment and too good to be true. Thanks anyway appreciate the help.
  3. Just a bit of a question on a different topic but on the same topic .. (if that makes sense) I am considering replacing the intel core i7 I have (my motherboard is limited to cards up to generation I7 and no more) Do I have anywhere to upgrade? If so, I would love a recommendation. Socket 1151 Edit: I mean can I put a different processor from Intel that fits me to the same motherboard only more powerful.
  4. Got it, well I'll recalculate a route right now if so, maybe the 1060 is really enough, maybe a matter of replacing a processor and adding some memory enough for it. Currently on the computer repaired I5-4590 processor 3.3GHz memory 8 (low true, I realized the recommendation is a minimum of 16) Anyway, I understood the direction, thanks for the help.
  5. True and still he offered me the cheapest of the tickets he had there, if not the cheapest, and when I asked what other tickets there are he said there is a shortage of graphics cards in the country and he has not much to offer me for the needs I need and he super went towards me and did not try to push me. Anyway at the moment the computer I want to replace has a 1060 card, my current computer is with a 2070 Super and it still seems like both of them are having a hard time dealing with these graphics programs, which is very strange to me. * By 2070 they seem to be running smoothly and then suddenly out of nowhere the software freezes for a moment, kind of annoying bumps like that happen out of nowhere and it's not clear to me if it's the card or it's just ADOBE BEEING ADOBE) the card
  6. Can't find it on the site but I remember its price was 1300 and a bit .. which surprised me because I was sure it would cost me something more advanced
  7. So this is why I asked, because I was in KSP and he also recommended me the Quadro by the way for the same price as the GTX you brought in the recommendation that it is intended for the purposes I need * Even just reading online I realized that QUADRO is more suitable for these purposes.
  8. Okay ... some questions about this specification, 1) What's the problem with an Intel processor? (Just intriguing) 2) Why a GTX video card and not a card intended for editors / graphic designers like Quadro?
  9. Hi, I want a computer recommendation for a graphic designer who can run Adobe programming at a smooth level (not including graphic editing programs like After or Premiere even though Premiere is not that heavy) The main programs are Photoshop illustrator indesign Lightroom with a minimum memory of 16. Preferably an intel core i7 processor. A budget of between 5 and 8, there is no need to go far if not necessary the most important is that the programming will work at their minimum smoothly. Including Windows 10 no peripherals needed. Thanks to all the helpers, have a nice weekend.
  10. Hi, so from the title it can be understood that I am interested in purchasing an Intel Core i9 10850K 3.6Ghz 20MB Cache s1200 processor. And for that I need a new motherboard because my motherboard is suitable for processors of up to i7. I would love recommendations for a motherboard at a price of up to NIS 1000 that fits, the current motherboard I have installed is an Asus PRIME H270-P so something a bit better than that, if possible even as cheap as possible but still no less good in performance of course. Hope I was clear, thanks.
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