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editing and gaming build

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i plan on using this build to play games like siege and medieval engineer and to do video and photo editing thought the adobe suite.

will this build be able to hand it. also if you have any suggestions on parts that are cheaper or have better performance, i would love to hear it.

im shopping with $AUD and would like to keep it below $2500

 

 

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3 minutes ago, rasfsfsd said:

adobe suite.

nVidia usually's better at hardware acceleration on Adobe, same thing with Intel being a lot better at gaming and Adobe suite...

 

With that being said since you're spending high money either ways to overclock the Ryzen 5, why not get a locked i7 8700 on a b360 instead, you'll still get better performance for the same price if not actually cheaper since no expensive mobo and cooling.

 

And I'd try pushing GPU to a GTX 1070 so you don't feel limited at 144hz.

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if i where you for editing you would be better of going with 1st gen ryzen 7 1700x, its cheaper than the 2600 and has more cores and threads which helps alot with editing.
and if you would do that go with the asus x370 pro motherboard its better and cheaper and has more features.

 

i was making the same choice and i ended up going for the 1700x since it was cheaper and had more cores which significantly reduces render times.
and i noticed that the asus x370 pro board is usually alot cheaper and better packed than b350 of b450 boards.

Current build: Ryzen 7 1700x, asus prime x370-pro, 16gb gskill trident z rgb, asus rog strix gtx 1070 ti, corsair rm650x, nzxt s340 elite, samsung 840 pro 256gb, 1.5tb hdd.
   

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7 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

nVidia usually's better at hardware acceleration on Adobe, same thing with Intel being a lot better at gaming and Adobe suite...

 

With that being said since you're spending high money either ways to overclock the Ryzen 5, why not get a locked i7 8700 on a b360 instead, you'll still get better performance for the same price if not actually cheaper since no expensive mobo and cooling.

 

And I'd try pushing GPU to a GTX 1070 so you don't feel limited at 144hz.

alright thanks, also do you know of any mobo that would have wireless networking built in

also would a i5 work or would it be best to just go i7

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3 minutes ago, Martijn Klerks said:

if i where you for editing you would be better of going with 1st gen ryzen 7 1700x, its cheaper than the 2600 and has more cores and threads which helps alot with editing.
and if you would do that go with the asus x370 pro motherboard its better and cheaper and has more features

how would that go with gaming

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Just now, rasfsfsd said:

how would that go with gaming

i run a r7 1700x with a gtx 1070ti and it games great, high fps no lagg no stutters no bottleneck so it games great.
the 2600 will game slightly faster but that wasnt worth it for me seeing the extra cores and threads the 1700x offers.
oh and with slightly faster i mean around a 5 to 8 fps difference

Current build: Ryzen 7 1700x, asus prime x370-pro, 16gb gskill trident z rgb, asus rog strix gtx 1070 ti, corsair rm650x, nzxt s340 elite, samsung 840 pro 256gb, 1.5tb hdd.
   

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The 1700/x and 1070ti would be a better combo and like @Martijn Klerks said, will get better frames (more than 5-8 fps) and you will have better multi-core performance for editing/productivity

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5 minutes ago, Martijn Klerks said:

i run a r7 1700x with a gtx 1070ti and it games great, high fps no lagg no stutters no bottleneck so it games great.
the 2600 will game slightly faster but that wasnt worth it for me seeing the extra cores and threads the 1700x offers.
oh and with slightly faster i mean around a 5 to 8 fps difference

alright thank you both i will have a look

 

1 minute ago, hconverse02 said:

The 1700/x and 1070ti would be a better combo and like @Martijn Klerks said, will get better frames (more than 5-8 fps) and you will have better multi-core performance for editing/productivity

 

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PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: AMD - Ryzen 7 2700 3.2 GHz 8-Core Processor  ($348.00 @ Amazon Australia) 
CPU Cooler: Corsair - H110i 113.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  ($127.20 @ Amazon Australia) 
Motherboard: Asus - ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming ATX AM4 Motherboard  ($299.00 @ Umart) 
Memory: Team - Dark 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory  ($209.00 @ PCCaseGear) 
Storage: Samsung - 860 Evo 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive  ($79.00 @ Shopping Express) 
Storage: Seagate - Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($81.00 @ PLE Computers) 
Video Card: Gigabyte - Radeon RX 580 8 GB AORUS 8G Video Card  ($327.20 @ Amazon Australia) 
Case: Phanteks - Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass (Black) ATX Full Tower Case  (Purchased For $0.00) 
Power Supply: Antec - Earthwatts Gold Pro 550 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($105.00 @ IJK) 
Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Pro Full 32/64-bit  ($39.99 @ Amazon Australia) 
Wireless Network Adapter: D-Link - DWA-192 USB 3.0 802.11a/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter  ($89.00 @ Mwave Australia) 
Monitor: AOC - G2460PF 24.0" 1920x1080 144Hz Monitor  ($328.00 @ Centre Com) 
Monitor: AOC - G2460VQ6 24.0" 1920x1080 75Hz Monitor  ($183.00 @ Shopping Express) 
Other: monitor arm ($90.00)
Total: $2305.39
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-08 00:02 AEDT+1100

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