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Hi, I need help to build new PC to run software like-


1. Adobe Suit, Especially Adobe after Effect
2. Cinema 4D
Sometimes, may run-
3. Autodesk Maya, 3ds Max
4. Blender.

and 4K video editing. 

It should be noted that I am not a gamer. I will use the PC mostly for video editing, 2d, and 3d animations and thereby be rendered.


I am looking for mostly on CPU part, I have shortlisted four different CPUs-Intel i7 7700K, i7 5820K, i7 6800K and i7 6850K or Ryzen.
Let me clear my thought here-


As I am going to do video editing and rendering, I am giving priority over core counts (Should I?) and making i7 7700 as the last choice.

I am avoiding Ryzen (e.g. Ryzen 7 1700 or 1800X, As I am confused about its performance with NVIDIA GPU or the software I am going to use). 

However, Should I go with Ryzen in place of Intel. 

If not-

So the Remaining options are i7 5820K, i7 6800K and i7 6850K.


As far as I have understood, there is a very minimum performance difference among these three processors.

#And

The price difference is between i7 5820K and i7 6800, around 50 USD, between i7 6850K and i7 6850K, around 120 USD.
I am damn stuck here -

So the question is, should I stay with i7 5820K and save extra 50 USD or 100 USD or go for i7 6800K or 6850K?

*** Price is not a factor here. I can somehow afford i7 6850K. I just want to make sure here that I am not wasting money for no significant difference or not getting the value over price. I will also love to stay with i7 5820K if you all suggest.

#Plz_Help_Me_On_Cpu_And_GPU_Choosing and 

#isthe MOBo selected Here OK?

I would also love to hear your suggestions on my first Selection, 
please.

-Thank you.

#My Tentative Budget for CPU and GPU:

CPU- 300USD -500 USD
GPU- 450 USD
My Total Budget is Around 1700K-2000K.

#QuickConfig

CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K or 6800K or 6850K or 7700K (Please suggest here)

Motherboard: ASUS X99-A II or May suggest an alternative. 

Video Card: ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition 

Storage: Samsung 950 EVO 500GB

Memory: 16 GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory 

Power Supply: EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W

CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Extreme 

Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

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if you can afford those current high-end intel cpus, I would definitely wait until AMD threadripper. 16 cores for ~$1000.

 

Why are you afraid of Ryzen?

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Yes, I have 9 monitors.

My main PC:

OS: Windows 11

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X w/PBO on

Cooler: Noctua NH-D15

Mobo: Asus X470-F Gaming

RAM: 64GB G-Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200MHz

GPU: RTX 4090 Founders Edition, Radeon Pro WX 5100

PSU: Corsair RM1000e

SSDs: Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME, 2x Samsung 870 evo 2TB, Samsung 860 evo 1TB, Samsung 970 evo 500GB NVME

Case: Fractal Design Define R5 Black w/ Tempered Glass Side Panel Upgrade

Monitors: 9 Monitors: Alienware AW3423DWF 3440x1440@165Hz, Acer H236HLbid 1080p@77Hz, HP D7z72AA 1080p@60Hz, Dell Inspiron 24 3459 1080p@60Hz(used only as display), Dell U2724D 1440p@120Hz, ASUS VP228 1080p@60Hz, 2x HP ZR2440W 1200p@60Hz

 

unRAID server (Plex, Backups, NAS, Duplicati, game servers):

OS: unRAID 6.12.4

CPU: Ryzen R7 2700x @ Stock

Cooler: Noctua NH-U9S

Mobo: Asus Prime X470-Pro

RAM: 16GB G-Skill Ripjaws V + 16GB Hyperx Fury Black @ stock

PSU: EVGA G3 850W

SSD: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVME, Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME

HDDs: 4x HGST Dekstar NAS 4TB @ 7200RPM (3 data, 1 parity) + (3x Seagate Ironwolf NAS 8TB + 2x Toshiba N300 NAS 8TB in ZFS)

Case: Fractal Define 7 XL

Other: Added 3x Noctua NF-F12 intake, 2x Noctua NF-A8 exhaust, Inatek 5 port USB 3.0 expansion card with usb 3.0 front panel header

 

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7 minutes ago, sazrocks said:

if you can afford those current high-end intel cpus, I would definitely wait until AMD threadripper. 16 cores for ~$1000.

 

Why are you afraid of Ryzen?

Intel is better :P

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1 minute ago, Tiwaz said:

Intel is better :P

Please be joking. I'm tired of fanboys.

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Yes, I have 9 monitors.

My main PC:

OS: Windows 11

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X w/PBO on

Cooler: Noctua NH-D15

Mobo: Asus X470-F Gaming

RAM: 64GB G-Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200MHz

GPU: RTX 4090 Founders Edition, Radeon Pro WX 5100

PSU: Corsair RM1000e

SSDs: Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME, 2x Samsung 870 evo 2TB, Samsung 860 evo 1TB, Samsung 970 evo 500GB NVME

Case: Fractal Design Define R5 Black w/ Tempered Glass Side Panel Upgrade

Monitors: 9 Monitors: Alienware AW3423DWF 3440x1440@165Hz, Acer H236HLbid 1080p@77Hz, HP D7z72AA 1080p@60Hz, Dell Inspiron 24 3459 1080p@60Hz(used only as display), Dell U2724D 1440p@120Hz, ASUS VP228 1080p@60Hz, 2x HP ZR2440W 1200p@60Hz

 

unRAID server (Plex, Backups, NAS, Duplicati, game servers):

OS: unRAID 6.12.4

CPU: Ryzen R7 2700x @ Stock

Cooler: Noctua NH-U9S

Mobo: Asus Prime X470-Pro

RAM: 16GB G-Skill Ripjaws V + 16GB Hyperx Fury Black @ stock

PSU: EVGA G3 850W

SSD: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVME, Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME

HDDs: 4x HGST Dekstar NAS 4TB @ 7200RPM (3 data, 1 parity) + (3x Seagate Ironwolf NAS 8TB + 2x Toshiba N300 NAS 8TB in ZFS)

Case: Fractal Define 7 XL

Other: Added 3x Noctua NF-F12 intake, 2x Noctua NF-A8 exhaust, Inatek 5 port USB 3.0 expansion card with usb 3.0 front panel header

 

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49 minutes ago, sazrocks said:

Please be joking. I'm tired of fanboys.

:D

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13 hours ago, Ethocreeper said:

get r7 1700 with the evga clc 280

btw 960 is out

btw i suggest getting 32gb ram for these stuff

Thank for your time and suggestions. Yes, i am also thinking of 32GB ram. However, do you think R7 1700 will better perform than i7 5820K or 6800K?

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13 hours ago, sazrocks said:

if you can afford those current high-end intel cpus, I would definitely wait until AMD threadripper. 16 cores for ~$1000.

 

Why are you afraid of Ryzen?

Ohh.. but unfortunately 1000 USD for CPU is far beyond my budget.

 

1. I am afraid of AMD as I have never seen anyone close to me using AMD. So, I am very much unaware of their capabilities. 

2. I am assuming NVIDIA will not perform perfectly with AMD processor in place of AMD GPU.

3. I am afraid of How much optimization of the software I am going to use has been done for AMD processor.

4. and so on (Similar Stuff)

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1 hour ago, saidulfeni said:

Thank for your time and suggestions. Yes, i am also thinking of 32GB ram. However, do you think R7 1700 will better perform than i7 5820K or 6800K?

yea get the r7 1700

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8 hours ago, saidulfeni said:

Ohh.. but unfortunately 1000 USD for CPU is far beyond my budget.

 

1. I am afraid of AMD as I have never seen anyone close to me using AMD. So, I am very much unaware of their capabilities. 

2. I am assuming NVIDIA will not perform perfectly with AMD processor in place of AMD GPU.

3. I am afraid of How much optimization of the software I am going to use has been done for AMD processor.

4. and so on (Similar Stuff)

Oh, I messed up. For some reason I had it in my head that the  6850k was $1000. Well you can just go get an r7 1700 (or 1700x) for $350.

 

1. Pretty much the same as other x86-64 base CPUs. 

2. Why? Thats would be suicide for amd to handicap their CPU like that. No, Nvidia cpus will work just fine on amd systems.

3. Most software is ok on ryzen and most are getting performance updates often to make it even better.

4. Ask any more questions and we will answer.

Current LTT F@H Rank: 69    Score: 3,457,572,143    Stats

Yes, I have 9 monitors.

My main PC:

OS: Windows 11

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X w/PBO on

Cooler: Noctua NH-D15

Mobo: Asus X470-F Gaming

RAM: 64GB G-Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200MHz

GPU: RTX 4090 Founders Edition, Radeon Pro WX 5100

PSU: Corsair RM1000e

SSDs: Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME, 2x Samsung 870 evo 2TB, Samsung 860 evo 1TB, Samsung 970 evo 500GB NVME

Case: Fractal Design Define R5 Black w/ Tempered Glass Side Panel Upgrade

Monitors: 9 Monitors: Alienware AW3423DWF 3440x1440@165Hz, Acer H236HLbid 1080p@77Hz, HP D7z72AA 1080p@60Hz, Dell Inspiron 24 3459 1080p@60Hz(used only as display), Dell U2724D 1440p@120Hz, ASUS VP228 1080p@60Hz, 2x HP ZR2440W 1200p@60Hz

 

unRAID server (Plex, Backups, NAS, Duplicati, game servers):

OS: unRAID 6.12.4

CPU: Ryzen R7 2700x @ Stock

Cooler: Noctua NH-U9S

Mobo: Asus Prime X470-Pro

RAM: 16GB G-Skill Ripjaws V + 16GB Hyperx Fury Black @ stock

PSU: EVGA G3 850W

SSD: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVME, Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME

HDDs: 4x HGST Dekstar NAS 4TB @ 7200RPM (3 data, 1 parity) + (3x Seagate Ironwolf NAS 8TB + 2x Toshiba N300 NAS 8TB in ZFS)

Case: Fractal Define 7 XL

Other: Added 3x Noctua NF-F12 intake, 2x Noctua NF-A8 exhaust, Inatek 5 port USB 3.0 expansion card with usb 3.0 front panel header

 

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@saidulfeni,

 

More than 16GB of memory would be better for 4K editing. If you are going with one of the LGA2011-3 cpu, the architecture supports quad channel memory operations. Optimally, memory should be bought in four module kits. Most of these motherboards have eight memory slots. The Asus X99-A II, for example supports up to 128 GB (8x16GB).

 

If you are able to wait a few months, you may want to do so. Intel has indicated that it will be introducing an i9 series of cpu. Given how well Ryzen competes in the 6+ core area, I suspect they will be competitively priced. Besides, waiting allows more time for resolving Ryzen memory issues.

 

Is the Samsung 960 Pro or Evo M.2 drive available?

 

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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You need a minimum of 32Gb for 4k RAW editing. Also, Premier favors high clock speeds over core count... it just how adobe optimizes software. I have zero issues editing REDCODE 4k RAW footage on my 7700k (overclocked to 5.1). But you MUST have over 32GB of ram. Your 1070 will be fine for your Maya. A Quadro card is only good for coloring and demanding 3d Animation (think pixar lol). The speed of your storage is also extremely important, You need to have a minimum transfer speed of 1Gb/S.... I have SSD's in RAID 0 for example. 

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14 hours ago, brob said:

@saidulfeni,

 

More than 16GB of memory would be better for 4K editing. If you are going with one of the LGA2011-3 CPU, the architecture supports quad channel memory operations. Optimally, memory should be bought in four module kits. Most of these motherboards have eight memory slots. The Asus X99-A II, for example, supports up to 128 GB (8x16GB).

 

If you are able to wait a few months, you may want to do so. Intel has indicated that it will be introducing an i9 series of CPU. Given how well Ryzen competes in the 6+ core area, I suspect they will be competitively priced. Besides, waiting allows more time for resolving Ryzen memory issues.

 

Is the Samsung 960 Pro or Evo M.2 drive available?

 

 

Hello brob, Thanks for your time and suggestions...

 

Yes, Samsung 960 Pro or Evo M.2 drive is available, but the price is around 100 USD more compared to 850 Evo.

 

I have changed my mind regarding RAM after all of your valuable suggestions. i am going to stick with 4x8GB = 32 GB 2400Mhz Ram now.

 

I will definitely think of waiting for Intel new CPU introduction if I can. But still, i am afraid of their tentative pricing. It could be more than 500 USD which is beyond my budget. 

 

However if I don't do, what will be the best option to pick up right now? 

 

Is it i7 5820K or 6800K or 6820K or Ryzen 1700 or 1800X and Why? Again,  I am so thankful for you all for the effort for helping me. 

 

 

I am thinking of 5820K over 6800K, Is that OK? 

 

 

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14 hours ago, abfrost said:

You need a minimum of 32Gb for 4k RAW editing. Also, Premier favors high clock speeds over core count... it just how adobe optimizes software. I have zero issues editing REDCODE 4k RAW footage on my 7700k (overclocked to 5.1). But you MUST have over 32GB of ram. Your 1070 will be fine for your Maya. A Quadro card is only good for coloring and demanding 3d Animation (think pixar lol). The speed of your storage is also extremely important, You need to have a minimum transfer speed of 1Gb/S.... I have SSD's in RAID 0 for example. 

Yes, I am taking 32 GB RAM Based on all of your suggestions. That's "1070 is Ok for Maya" a relief for me.:D But can you please help me in picking up the right CPU for me... 

 

Considerations are:

 

Intel Core i7-5820K - Price: $330 (around) 

Intel Boxed Core i7-6800K - Price: $350 (around) 

Intel Core i7-6850K - $450 (around)

 

OR If Take AMD: IF so, Could you explain please, why should I go for AMD instead of Intel, please. I have heard AMD is not stable yet (especially memory issue) 

 

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 -Price: $330 (around)

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X  $450 (around)

 

I am thinking of (Not fixed yet) 5820K over AMD and 6800K, Is that OK? ... Thanks again for your time. 

 

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@saidulfeni

 

The OP lists a Samsung 950 Evo, which is why I asked about the 960. A 2.5" 850 Evo is an excellent choice if the budget does not support an NVMe M.2 ssd.

 

Of the three Intel cpu listed I think the i7-6800K would be the best choice. The i7-6850K is a touch faster at stock speeds (i.e., not  overclocked) and has more PCIe lanes. Given the budget that is not enough to justify the added cost.

 

The i7-5820K is a good cpu, but of the previous generation. It is slightly slower than the i7-6800K at stock. Given the small price differential, the i7-6800K is a better choice. The Asus X99-A II has USB BIOS flashback, so you do not have to worry about upgrading the BIOS before installing i7-68xxK cpu.

 

You don't really need a 750W psu. A good 550W or 650W unit might save a bit of budget and still provide more than enough power for the system.

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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22 hours ago, sazrocks said:

No, Nvidia cpus will work just fine on amd systems.

 

Wait when did nvidia started making desktop cpus ? xD

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On 12. 06. 2017. at 7:49 PM, sazrocks said:

if you can afford those current high-end intel cpus, I would definitely wait until AMD threadripper. 16 cores for ~$1000.

 

Why are you afraid of Ryzen?

On 12. 06. 2017. at 7:57 PM, Tiwaz said:

Intel is better :P

 

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On 12. 06. 2017. at 7:30 PM, saidulfeni said:

Hi, I need help to build new PC to run software like-


1. Adobe Suit, Especially Adobe after Effect
2. Cinema 4D
Sometimes, may run-
3. Autodesk Maya, 3ds Max
4. Blender.

and 4K video editing. 

It should be noted that I am not a gamer. I will use the PC mostly for video editing, 2d, and 3d animations and thereby be rendered.


I am looking for mostly on CPU part, I have shortlisted four different CPUs-Intel i7 7700K, i7 5820K, i7 6800K and i7 6850K or Ryzen.
Let me clear my thought here-


As I am going to do video editing and rendering, I am giving priority over core counts (Should I?) and making i7 7700 as the last choice.

I am avoiding Ryzen (e.g. Ryzen 7 1700 or 1800X, As I am confused about its performance with NVIDIA GPU or the software I am going to use). 

However, Should I go with Ryzen in place of Intel. 

If not-

So the Remaining options are i7 5820K, i7 6800K and i7 6850K.


As far as I have understood, there is a very minimum performance difference among these three processors.

#And

The price difference is between i7 5820K and i7 6800, around 50 USD, between i7 6850K and i7 6850K, around 120 USD.
I am damn stuck here -

So the question is, should I stay with i7 5820K and save extra 50 USD or 100 USD or go for i7 6800K or 6850K?

*** Price is not a factor here. I can somehow afford i7 6850K. I just want to make sure here that I am not wasting money for no significant difference or not getting the value over price. I will also love to stay with i7 5820K if you all suggest.

#Plz_Help_Me_On_Cpu_And_GPU_Choosing and 

#isthe MOBo selected Here OK?

I would also love to hear your suggestions on my first Selection, 
please.

-Thank you.

#My Tentative Budget for CPU and GPU:

CPU- 300USD -500 USD
GPU- 450 USD
My Total Budget is Around 1700K-2000K.

#QuickConfig

CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K or 6800K or 6850K or 7700K (Please suggest here)

Motherboard: ASUS X99-A II or May suggest an alternative. 

Video Card: ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition 

Storage: Samsung 950 EVO 500GB

Memory: 16 GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory 

Power Supply: EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W

CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Extreme 

Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

budget ?

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My Storage Server : https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tzzR9W

My Router : https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bMPN4C

My Laptop : Lenovo Z575 with 6 GB RAM (1866 MHz), Crucial MX300 525 GB & Western Digital 2 TB (Removed optical drive)

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1 hour ago, domandric034 said:

budget ?

Please don't quote the OP. Since you're replying in this thread its assumed that you are replying to the OP.

 

8 hours ago, saidulfeni said:

OR If Take AMD: IF so, Could you explain please, why should I go for AMD instead of Intel, please. I have heard AMD is not stable yet (especially memory issue) 

 

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 -Price: $330 (around)

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X  $450 (around)

Ryzen is stable on windows. The only problem so far have been extremely obscure instructions (not stuff you are using) and speeding up the memory, which is getting fixed in BIOSes that are rolling out right now.

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Yes, I have 9 monitors.

My main PC:

OS: Windows 11

CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X w/PBO on

Cooler: Noctua NH-D15

Mobo: Asus X470-F Gaming

RAM: 64GB G-Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200MHz

GPU: RTX 4090 Founders Edition, Radeon Pro WX 5100

PSU: Corsair RM1000e

SSDs: Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME, 2x Samsung 870 evo 2TB, Samsung 860 evo 1TB, Samsung 970 evo 500GB NVME

Case: Fractal Design Define R5 Black w/ Tempered Glass Side Panel Upgrade

Monitors: 9 Monitors: Alienware AW3423DWF 3440x1440@165Hz, Acer H236HLbid 1080p@77Hz, HP D7z72AA 1080p@60Hz, Dell Inspiron 24 3459 1080p@60Hz(used only as display), Dell U2724D 1440p@120Hz, ASUS VP228 1080p@60Hz, 2x HP ZR2440W 1200p@60Hz

 

unRAID server (Plex, Backups, NAS, Duplicati, game servers):

OS: unRAID 6.12.4

CPU: Ryzen R7 2700x @ Stock

Cooler: Noctua NH-U9S

Mobo: Asus Prime X470-Pro

RAM: 16GB G-Skill Ripjaws V + 16GB Hyperx Fury Black @ stock

PSU: EVGA G3 850W

SSD: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVME, Samsung 970 evo plus 1TB NVME

HDDs: 4x HGST Dekstar NAS 4TB @ 7200RPM (3 data, 1 parity) + (3x Seagate Ironwolf NAS 8TB + 2x Toshiba N300 NAS 8TB in ZFS)

Case: Fractal Define 7 XL

Other: Added 3x Noctua NF-F12 intake, 2x Noctua NF-A8 exhaust, Inatek 5 port USB 3.0 expansion card with usb 3.0 front panel header

 

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2 hours ago, domandric034 said:

Wait when did nvidia started making desktop cpus ? xD

Oh Dear, Don't get too rude with him. It could be typo mistake. I am sure that he has written CPU in place of GPU.

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Hello domandric034,

It is not much but ...

 

CPU- 300USD -500 USD
GPU- 450 USD
My Total Budget is Around 1700K-2000K.

 

Thanks.

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13 hours ago, saidulfeni said:

Hello domandric034,

It is not much but ...

 

CPU- 300USD -500 USD
GPU- 450 USD
My Total Budget is Around 1700K-2000K.

 

Thanks.

can u fit a gtx 1070 in that gpu budget?

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50 minutes ago, Tiwaz said:

can u fit a gtx 1070 in that gpu budget?

If, not mistaken it is available in 450 USD: https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-Support-08G-P4-5173-KR/dp/B01KVZBNY0/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1497512591&sr=8-5&keywords=asus+gtx+1070

 

When I made the budget I saw ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX  was just 449 USD. Price has been increased yesterday due to stock shortage but I am pretty sure it will be lowered again at 445 USD after 18. 6. 2017. 

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