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Denis Stefanides
My new PC
on Jul 29, 2011 at 11:56:59 pm


here is my new PC for working in CS5 AAE, PREMIERE, CINEMA4D...
What you think?:)

[b]MB[/b]: MSI P67A-C45
[b]CPU[/b]: Intel Core i7-2600K, 3.40GHz
[b]CPU freezer[/b]: Coolink Corator DS
[b]RAM[/b]: Kingston 8GB (Kit 2x4GB) HyperX Blu 1600MHz DDR3 CL9 DIMM
[b]VGA[/b]: Gigabyte Geforce GTX 570,1280MB GDDR5
[b]PSU[/b]: Seasonic M12II-620 620W
[b]SSD[/b]: Crucial SSD m4 128GB 2.5'' SATA 6Gb/s MLC
[b]HDD[/b]: (Storage/output): Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB HDD
[b]DVD[/b]: Samsung DVD+/-RW 22x SATA
[b]CASE[/b]: Fractal Design Define R3, Black Pearl Noctua SE

1147€ :)

I think one SSD 126GB (OS, PROGRAMS)
and 1 HDD 1TB with (STORAGE) will be fine, no ?:)

Please tell me your opinion :)
Thank's a lot!

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David Johnson
Re: My new PC
on Jul 30, 2011 at 6:13:07 am

Building computers isn't my bag, but I can certainly tell you that 8Gb of RAM is about the minimum you'd want to have for a 64-bit O/S and the programs you mentioned. If you can't afford more RAM now, at least make sure you plan for upgrade ... for example, filling your slots with 2Gb sticks that would become trash in order to upgrade would be a bad idea, but you should be fine with two 4Gb sticks that you can add to.

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Brendan Coots
Re: My new PC
on Aug 2, 2011 at 1:25:05 am


Also, I tend to prefer having 3 hard drives - the OS drive with proggies, a fast and large drive for media and project files and a third for disc cache and rendering to. This prevents any bottlenecks, but might be overkill in some people's minds.

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Denis Stefanides
Re: My new PC
on Aug 2, 2011 at 9:53:40 am

i know guys,

i just forgot write 2X 8GB ram .. so it's 16.. Don't worry about that :)

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