You also need a scratch file, so a configuration of 3 HDDs or more.
More info, http://www.hardware-...-december-2011/
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First of i'll start apologizing, for just leaving, and keeping you hanging, i did not know the rules of the forum. Im sorry.
Danish kroner, just so it gives us an idea of how expensive parts are in Denmark.
Filling a HDD past the 70% significantly effects perforce as you are using the slowest inner part of the platters, So I still think you should stay with a 1TB disk. Removed both of the original selection, replaced with the Samsung F3
because the GPU is in high demand and supply is limited, it has increased in price by about£50. It will come down, especially as the 690 has just been released.
Have a look at the revised build,
No, it will not destroy the build but, performance is a lot less and no support for PCI-E 3.0 or more than 2 monitors. Look at the second link for the GTX 670, Tthat would bring the price down. . .
I was thinking maybe a GeForce GTX 580, or will it destroy my build?
If you buy te Home edition, you are limited to max 16GB of RAM. If you stay with our currnt PhotoShop version, you will be fine. If you decide to upgrade your PhotoShop version and/or start very large complex edititing, you may need more RAM.
So my question is: would it be better to get the higher version of windows so i can get more than 16 gb of ram?
Stay with 16GB (2 x 8GB) using 2 slots (Dual Channel Mode) slot 1 and 3.
cos otherwise i will drop down to 12
Not a deal breaker. Having a removable motherboard mounting plates is a bit of a luxury. Instead of installing the Mobo inside the case and then adding your parts, you can remove the plate from inside the case, fasten down the Mobo, install all the parts and then simple put the plate back inside the case.
and it said that it does not come with a removable motherboard tray, I dont have that much knowledge in assemling the parts, so how is this important?
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