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Help me to build i7 or Ryzen setup

Hello all,

 

Well, I'm still using my current setup, but it seems my GPU was semi fried by my PSU :/, i'm starting to get malfunction in other areas like my hard disks. Not sure if is getting old or what :( . Anyway I'm going to replace my video card and psu in a few weeks.

 

I do a lot of:

  • Web Coding
  • Editing Videos 1080p (Premiere) I do rarely 4k, but I have edited a few clips and my pc struggled.
  • Photoshop (heavy layers)
  • Lightroom (bad software design, runs slow in super heavy computers)
  • Basic Gaming (overwatch, Witcher 3)

Current Setup (2012)

  • 600W PSU (rip)
  • I7 3770k 3.8ghz (77max TDP) (2012)
  • 16 GB Ram DDR 3
  • Nvidia GTX 960. (rip)
  • Samsung Monitor full HD 1080p 65 hz
  • 1 SSD 128 gb Windows 10
  • 2x HardDisk 500 GB for cache/render and the other for extra storage

it's a bad timing because I don't have enough budget to buy my master race pc of my dreams.

But I might have $700 up to $800 usd. Buying in the US. Maybe I would just buy CPU and MOBO then other eventually.

 

thanks

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There's no such thing as future proof.

If you're not buying from the US, you shouldn't use US pricing as a baseline; you won't get a build that makes any sense for your region.

If you are buying from the US, you should make that known.

 

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3 minutes ago, dizmo said:

There's no such thing as future proof.

If you're not buying from the US, you shouldn't use US pricing as a baseline; you won't get a build that makes any sense for your region.

If you are buying from the US, you should make that known.

 

Welcome to the forum.

thanks

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4 minutes ago, masetto said:

I will reuse my old parts, like monitor, HDD, case, maybe ram, not sure.

 

thanks

cant really re-use ram if you go into a new system unless you are just upgrading your cpu and staying in the same

 

Btw afaik, its already the future for 'systems'   and now we have huge massive variety of capable cpu's and apu's that  shouldn't really need to be upgraded for a long time if maintained. 

future proofed ram would be ones that are OC or run XMP-profiles.   these gains come at costs.   Jdec specs for ddr4 is 1.35V   i run ddr3 ram at 2400mhz at 1.65V therefore they are fast,  but use more power making them hotter.

 

 

Future proof implies that it will be capable for what you use it for for a long time...    i dont really see things exploding that much more for awhile...   usually i see tech develop as a symbiosis relationship. that goes to corporate first (servers) then as its perfected it filters down to us.   then as it becomes mass produced they refine and refine  (making mobile versions/ micro/nano)

 

as it stands, most of us can barely notice the changes in performance from fast, to stuper-blazedup-fast.   but notice when its slows.

 

Future proofing is kinda a thing of the past.  but  just think about what you want out of your computer and build from there  IE: 1080P, 1440p, 4K,   editing/rendering..  

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1 minute ago, masetto said:

thanks

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor  ($319.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: Gigabyte - B360M DS3H Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard  ($69.89 @ OutletPC)
Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory  ($109.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8 GB WINDFORCE Video Card  ($379.99 @ Newegg Business)
Power Supply: SeaSonic - FOCUS Gold 550 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($49.99 @ Newegg)
Total: $929.85
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-12-01 12:23 EST-0500

 

Re-using the other parts like storage and case, going stock cooler and what not... the best I think you can do is around this, there's noticeable performance decrease cheapening from here and since you want it to last a long time you should have that in mind.

Personal Desktop":

CPU: Intel Core i7 8700 @4.45ghz |~| Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212X |~| MOBO: Gigabyte Z370M D3H mATX|~| RAM: 16gb DDR4 3333mhzCL16 G.Skill Trident Z |~| GPU: nVidia Founders Edition GTX 1080 Ti |~| PSU: Corsair TX650M 80Plus Gold |~| Boot:  SSD WD Green M.2 2280 240GB |~| Storage: 1x3TB HDD 7200rpm Seagate Barracuda + SanDisk Ultra 3D 1TB |~| Case: Fractal Design Meshify C Mini |~| Display: Toshiba UL7A 4K/60hz |~| OS: Windows 10 Pro.

Luna, the temporary Desktop:

CPU: Intel Core i7 10700KF @ 5.0Ghz (5.1Ghz 4-core) |~| Cooling: bq! Dark Rock 4 Pro |~| MOBO: Gigabyte Z490 UD |~| RAM: 32G Kingston HyperX @ 2666Mhz CL13 |~| GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6800 (Reference) |~| PSU: Corsair HX1000 80+ Platinum |~| Windows Boot Drive: 2x 512GB (1TB total) Plextor SATA SSD (RAID0 volume) |~| Linux Boot Drive: 500GB Kingston A2000 |~| Storage: 4TB WD Black HDD |~| Case: Cooler Master Silencio S600 |~| Display 1 (leftmost): Eizo (unknown model) 1920x1080 IPS @ 60Hz|~| Display 2 (center): BenQ ZOWIE XL2540 1920x1080 TN @ 240Hz |~| Display 3 (rightmost): Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 3840x2160 IPS @ 60Hz 10-bit |~| OS: Windows 10 Pro (games / art) + Linux (distro: NixOS; programming and daily driver)
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1 minute ago, Neo-revo said:

cant really re-use ram if you go into a new system unless you are just upgrading your cpu and staying in the same

 

Btw afaik, its already the future for 'systems'   and now we have huge massive variety of capable cpu's and apu's that  shouldn't really need to be upgraded for a long time if maintained. 

future proofed ram would be ones that are OC or run XMP-profiles.   these gains come at costs.   Jdec specs for ddr4 is 1.35V   i run ddr3 ram at 2400mhz at 1.65V therefore they are fast,  but use more power making them hotter.

 

 

Future proof implies that it will be capable for what you use it for for a long time...    i dont really see things exploding that much more for awhile...   usually i see tech develop as a symbiosis relationship. that goes to corporate first (servers) then as its perfected it filters down to us.   then as it becomes mass produced they refine and refine  (making mobile versions/ micro/nano)

 

as it stands, most of us can barely notice the changes in performance from fast, to stuper-blazedup-fast.   but notice when its slows.

 

Future proofing is kinda a thing of the past.  but  just think about what you want out of your computer and build from there  IE: 1080P, 1440p, 4K,   editing/rendering..  

thats a good point! thank you

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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor  ($319.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: Gigabyte - B360M DS3H Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard  ($69.89 @ OutletPC)
Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory  ($109.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8 GB WINDFORCE Video Card  ($379.99 @ Newegg Business)
Power Supply: SeaSonic - FOCUS Gold 550 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($49.99 @ Newegg)
Total: $929.85
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-12-01 12:23 EST-0500

 

Re-using the other parts like storage and case, going stock cooler and what not... the best I think you can do is around this, there's noticeable performance decrease cheapening from here and since you want it to last a long time you should have that in mind.

thank you!!

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