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Recommendations for a professional editing computer with a budget of 10-12K - I assembled specifications


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Hello everyone, for several years now I have been renewing myself with a new computer, since my raw materials are also becoming heavier, I need a more powerful computer.

Today I am with the I7 6900K and a 1080 video card

In retrospect it was completely unnecessary to buy the K since I do not mess with OC

Anyway, I need a specification that will hold me back for a good few years

I understand that AMD is giving Intel a fight in everything related to renders I would be happy if someone sheds more light on this issue because in fact renders and regular work is the most important to me

 

I have assembled a computer and would love to know if there is anything to change, whether it is to discount or whether it is to improve

I understand from the site members that there is nothing to wear on M.2's , If there is anything better at a better price I would also love to hear, I am not fixed on any part.

Yes it is important to me that all the parts work in harmony

 

Thank you

 

Processor 9 5950X 3.4Ghz - Tray

Liquid cooling iCUE H115i PRO XT 280mm

GIGABYTE B550 AORUS PRO AC AM4 Motherboard B550 3xPCI-E HDMI

G.Skill Ripjaws V 2x16GB 3200Mhz PC Memory CL16 Kit 

Memory 64GB

Gigabyte AORUS video card RX 6800 XT MASTER 16GB GDDR6 2xHDMI DP -C

Samsung 980 PRO M.2 1TB SSD 

Corsair 850W 80+ Gold TX850M Active and modular power supply

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For professional work I would stay away from video cards of Like fire (check if the software you are using the 6800 XT is good, if so go for it but you know there may be issues with other software), in other respects the specs seem appropriate, I personally would buy Water is cheaper and I might consider moving to the X570 if you are going to connect a large amount of storage drives (if you have a NAS then there is really no need).

 

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For professional work I would stay away from video cards of AMD Like fire (check if the software you are using the 6800 XT is good, if so go for it but you know there may be issues with other software), in other respects the specs seem appropriate, I personally would buy Cooling Water is cheaper and I might consider moving to the X570 if you are going to connect a large amount of storage drives (if you have a NAS then there is really no need).

 

thanks for the reply.

I can definitely switch to 3080

From further tests on the net it seems that it is really better than the 6800 for my needs.

 

As for the cooling, in these amounts of the computer another 100 minus 100 it is already less critical to me ..

That's what the X570 says? Except for M.2 there is no need for internal disks, as I said, everything is on a 40TB NAS

 

Are the memories good enough?

Is it possible to go down to the level of the board and give priority to another more critical product?

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thanks for the reply.

I can definitely switch to RTX 3080

From further tests on the net it seems that it is really better than the 6800 for my needs.

 

As for the cooling, in these amounts of the computer another 100 minus 100 it is already less critical to me ..

That's what the X570 says? Except for M.2 there is no need for internal disks, as I said, everything is on a 40TB NAS

 

Are the memories good enough?

Is it possible to go down to the level of the board and give priority to another more critical product?

In terms of Do what you think, in the end it really does not matter too much.

As I wrote if there are nas then there is no need.

In terms of You selected Excellent and excellent speed (possible More expensive but it micromanages the memory significantly and does not give much beyond).

The board you chose is excellent, in my opinion it is not worth you to get off it, but if you also want the b550 tuf gaming of Excellent (not the micro, note that without the M I follow the B550).

 

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I have another question..

I understand Otto AMD Releasing a new generation or update to sustain ..

Do I understand correctly and is there any justification to wait with the purchase?

There is no official announcement yet about the next generation of And not on of , We know that Intel will support DDR5 and they will have in the processor strong cores with HT and weak cores without, is it worth the wait for that? We have no way of knowing, if not urgent to you and you can wait you are welcome, but we can not give you too useful information here.

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Note that there are also tens of percent differences in the price of products right now so if you choose to buy now I suggest you post the price you are paying because you may be able to save hundreds and maybe thousands of dollars just by replacing the store from which you are buying.

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Note that there are also tens of percent differences in the price of products right now so if you choose to buy now I suggest you post the price you are paying because you may be able to save hundreds and maybe thousands of dollars just by replacing the store from which you are buying.

Thanks for the tip

I think after assembling the individual, I will wait for BF and I am sure I will save quite a bit of money there

For that matter, I bought the M.2 last week for a price of 650 instead of 900 (there was a sale)

So in fact I will probably purchase the parts in drips according to the existing operations

 

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Hey

I'm considering swapping memories 

From these

G.Skill Ripjaws V 2x16GB 3200Mhz DDR4 CL16 

For those

 Kingston FURY BEAST RGB 2x16GB 3600MHz CL18

I take both 64GB

 

what do you think?

 

And another question about the "connection" between To AMD

Could there be a bad connection between the components for ADOBE software?

To this day I have always had Together with Nvidia

Thank you.

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