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Building a photo editing pc

Hey Guys

 

Im gonna build a new pc for a friend of mine, who is gonna use it for photo editing, and make websides. You guys got any suggastions? Have about 1200 USD for the build. 

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She mostly uses all of adobe's programs, for edit. if i remember right

 

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10 minutes ago, TelosHD said:

She mostly uses all of adobe's programs, for edit. if i remember right

 

okay, so a heavy but not too overkill pc? I'll take a look

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It's gonna be her primery work station, and be the source for her income, so yeah a little heavy. Thank you mate

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something like this maybe? it can use gpu acceleration, has 6 cores, a good quality ssd, and It's still under budget. 

 

edit: you could get a higher quality psu, but this one will last for at least 5 years if it's well maintained

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Looks good, thanks. We have up to 1200 if there is anything that could be upgraded for a longer use

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2 minutes ago, TelosHD said:

Looks good, thanks. We have up to 1200 if there is anything that could be upgraded for a longer use

supernova g2, focus gold, txm, formula gold, whisper m, rmx, or psu's like that could even last 10 years if you do it right. that might be a nice upgrade, you could go higher on the cpu, but if it isn't strong enough down the line, there will probebly be better am4 chips out by then, you could add an nvme ssd if you want things to load faster, add a more silent case, a stronger gpu if other workloads than the one you mentioned can use it more, a bigger harddrive, or 2 for raid, You can do all of that inside your budget, but this one would do too

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Something to the tune of this, though I think 6 cores would be more than enough for photo editing (video editing might be another story).

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