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Hi! I have to make tough choice what processor buy for my new build. Computer will be used for vector, raster and 3D graphics design, ocasionally rendering some videos, gaming above 1080p, in 4k too. I don't know what to choose because those processors are fairly simmilar and i don't really know if it is worth it to pay so much more for only two physical cores and slightly higher clock speed. I will also have RTX 3080 or Navi 21 so graphics acceleration will help in workloads. What would you do? What can you advise? Thanks for help!

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I would recommend the 5800X just because you're doing 3D design and video editing.
You'll be able to take advantage the extra cores the 5800X have when rendering out scenes or videos.
If you primarily intend to just play video games, the 5600X would work fine.

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