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Digital image processing build, help pick parts


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I want to build my first computer that it's main use will be processing and stacking together lots of large 6mb to 18mb picture files, this requires a fast processor and lots of memory. I am going to be buying a Antec P183 v3 case and Antec CP-850 power supply, operating system will be Windows 7 Home premium 64bit. I need help picking the best processor for the job, any suggestions on either the lower speed editions Intel I7 or AMD Phenom II that are under $300 and a matching ATX motherboard that holds 16GB of memory and has a USB 3.0 port? I'm not into gaming but a decent reliable video card is needed too. I've been looking at all the possible parts and just got overwhelmed at the possible combination's, any help will be appreciated... Thanks
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