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Best cheap cpu for ADOBE products?

Hey, I belive here will be planty of people, who use ADOBE products. 

Can you suggest from your exp what cheap CPU i need to get to be sattisfied while using Adobe produts?

 

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I was told that adobe package software works better with Intel CPUs,the more cores the less time you will spend working renedering and stuff with Photoshop.

If you could afford it,I'd go with 10850K if not then 10700K would be sufficient,ofc the best bet would be 11900K but too damn expensive.

Ofc lots of RAM,at least 32 gigs.

 

Please do not take offence for my apparent confusion or rudeness,it's not intent me to be like that,it's just my BPD,be nice to me,and I'll return twice better,be rude and usually I get easly pissed of...I'll try to help anyone here,as long as it's something I dealt with,and even if you think I'm rude or not polite,forgive me,  it's not me it's my BPD.

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As the previous post says they are often better with Intel CPUs. If you're buying a new pc I recommend buying a used workstation from a surplus company, such as a HP z620 or z820 with a 24 core Xeon or something along those lines. For just a new CPU I recommend what previous post said, 10850k or 10700k. Maybe even 10900k (better than 11900k in many applications).

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I would recommend AMD. Intel was the go to for workstation loads like premiere pro and other adobe products. But as far as some benchmarks go currently AMD is beating Intel at performance in softwares such as adobe products. 

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2 hours ago, Gamer4714 said:

I would recommend AMD. Intel was the go to for workstation loads like premiere pro and other adobe products. But as far as some benchmarks go currently AMD is beating Intel at performance in softwares such as adobe products. 

Not true,a friend of mine is video editor used ryzen and went to intel for video renedring.Told me he will never switched it to rzyen.

Adobe software likes Intel more,seems to.

 

Please do not take offence for my apparent confusion or rudeness,it's not intent me to be like that,it's just my BPD,be nice to me,and I'll return twice better,be rude and usually I get easly pissed of...I'll try to help anyone here,as long as it's something I dealt with,and even if you think I'm rude or not polite,forgive me,  it's not me it's my BPD.

Thanks for understanding.

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