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PC Build for Premier Pro and Photoshop

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Would like your thoughts about my spec please. I am building a mini ITX computer to go in my office and use both Photoshop and Premier Pro

 
For my setup is it important to have 3000MHz DDR4 or could I get away with 2400?  Reason I ask as I am sure I have some 2400.
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If you already have 2400 mhz ram then i would stick with that and put your money in other areas that are more benificial than upgrading to 3000mhz. 

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Second gen Ryzen ist as dependent on memory speeds, but it would help. Also, I notice that you don't have a GPU in this build? That 2600X does not have an iGPU so you're going to need to get a graphics card. 

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Great Brooksie, you just saved me £100 :)  More money for beer ?

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

Second gen Ryzen ist as dependent on memory speeds, but it would help. Also, I notice that you don't have a GPU in this build? That 2600X does not have an iGPU so you're going to need to get a graphics card. 

Bugger, left it off.  Will edit the post but was thinking RX570 8g

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I am now leaning toward the Ryzen 7 2700 as I feel this will be better for photoshop/premier pro and cooled in a ITX case

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1 hour ago, cms239 said:

better for photoshop/premier pro and cooled in a ITX case

definitely dont go for a "x" version cpu, they have higher TDPs and arent suited for a mini itx build

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