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Recommendation for a stationary computer specification for a graphic designer


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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.
The computer is currently being repaired with a 5GHz I4590-3.3 processor
Memory 8 (low true, I realized the recommendation is a minimum of 16)

Anyway, I understood the direction, thanks for the help.

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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.
The computer is currently being repaired with a 5GHz I4590-3.3 processor
Memory 8 (low true, I realized the recommendation is a minimum of 16)

Anyway, I understood the direction, thanks for the help.

Just upgrade a triple to 5600X (or 5800X if you want to invest) with 32GB and all the blasts will probably disappear.

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Anyway, I understood the direction, Thanks for the help.

 

Already good!

And you got a great specification, with a great video card,

That at least in STARTPC is inexpensive.

If you have a budget, I suggested you go for the specs.

you only live once.

Start enjoying too, yes at work too!

 

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Ahh, you can give up a video card from the suggested specs.

Nothing will happen.

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Just a little question on another topic but on the same topic .. (if that sounds logical)

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
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I mean can I put a different processor from Intel that suits me for the same Only stronger.

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In Intel in 99% of cases you can not switch to another generation, the maximum is to take a more powerful processor from the same generation, but if you already have an I7 you probably have nowhere to upgrade and it is better for you to replace the board and processor together.

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By and large, everything from the arrow down, only that 9900K requires And also a serious power supply.

 

Sorry, something went wrong with me, and indeed, I was wrong.

What I gave these From the ninth generation, while the motherboard is limited to the seventh generation.

 

Then you'll have to replace the trinity - board, processor and memories,

Then, better .

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Sorry, something went wrong with me, and indeed, I was wrong.

What I gave these From the ninth generation, while the motherboard is limited to the seventh generation.

 

Then you'll have to replace the trinity - board, processor and memories,

Then, better .

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אל Buy no CPU for your board, they are more expensive than board + new and better processor.
The I7 7700 is about the same as the I3 10100 and significantly weaker than the 10400 F which also costs less with a new board.

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Right.

 

Why mess with acrobatics of alternatives ahhh not something

If you have already allocated a budget and received a great specification?

Just download a video card and renew.

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