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Building a Photo editing monster- need help!


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#31
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corsair CMZ16GX3M4X1600C9 Vengeance 16GB 4X4GB DDR3-1600 CL9-9-9-27 240PIN Quad Channel Memory Kit

Mark as a fall back, low profile RAM would be better,

compatible memory.

> http://www.plonter.c...
> http://www.plonter.c...328149136531489
> http://www.plonter.c...28149136531489

If you can find any of these in your region or maybe a friend could ship them to you.
> http://www.newegg.co...4^20-144-564-TS
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Thanks for the info...so what cooling would you advise to get?

The "NOctua" that was advised seems pretty awesome..


I'm not really a techie, so i'm not in a position to give you good advice about products. I just wanted iammykyl to know how hot it runs.
If he decides to stick with the Noctua i'd trust he's judgement. He has way more expertise than me :)

I don't know how the airflow through your case is, so i can't really tell if the Noctua will do the trick.
Never really used professional photo editing software either, so i don't know if it draws a lot of power from the CPU.

Anyways, you're in good hands :)
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Alrighty,
I think I will go with these
http://www.plonter.c...328149136531489

As you have stated.

Is it a problem they are quite large and the cooling(noctua) is as well? wont they conflict?
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Is it a problem they are quite large and the cooling(noctua) is as well? wont they conflict?

RAM specs, 40mm high, they will fit. > http://www.newegg.co...800CL10Q-32GBZL
Ripjaw Z and X are compatible, list, > http://www.noctua.at...ts_id=34&lng=en

Over the weekend I will adjust the parts list and give some examples of HDD configuration.

Edited by iammykyl, 02 July 2012 - 03:03 AM.

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Ok, Great.

Will this PSU work? Cant find the one you recommnded...

http://www.plonter.c...053075&lang=heb

http://www.plonter.c...053075&lang=heb
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Will this PSU work? Cant find the one you recommnded

It would, but based on an older internal design. the 80mm is fan is quite noisy compared to a 120mm.

Here is the Antec CP
> http://www.plonter.c...879150213637750
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Hi,
Here is your updated build, >http://pcpartpicker.com/p/be9Y
The second drive you propose using from your existing build needs to be a 7200 RPM..

Consider building up your drive configuarion in the future. There are many ways of doing this, I have just suggested one. Because the members on the Adobe Hardware Forum use the software it is the best place for suggestions to work with your workflow.
> http://forums.adobe....m?view=overview

High performance,
Boot Drive.OS, Programs.No data storage. No "My Documents".

HDD 2. Samsung F3,raid 0(2x 1 TB 64Meg Cache - SATA 6Gb/s) (Media)


HDD 3. Samsung F3. RAID 0(2x 1 TB 64Meg Cache SATA6Gb/s(Temporary files,cache,renders, etc.)

HDD 4. Samsung F3,(1x 2 TB 64Meg Cache - SATA 6Gb/s) (DATA, clients originals, My Docs)

HDD, 5. Western Digital - 2TB Black 7200rpm Sata 6Gb/s 64Meg Cache WD2002FAEX (Finished products)

Optimize the boot drive, most can be done with any drive, read thoroughly, select carefully. > http://www.overclock...e-for-ssds-hdds

Optimize AE. http://www.video2bra...rmance-workshop

Optimize Lightroom, > http://helpx.adobe.c...-lightroom.html


Edited by iammykyl, 02 July 2012 - 06:11 PM.

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Wow!

This info you provided on this last post is EXTREMELY helpful, cant thank you enough.
It will take me a while to go through it and understand it, but the optimization for lightroom is really important for my build.

Thanks a lot!!

will update on purchases and such
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Posted ImagePosted Image\


Will keep my eye open for a Photoshop one.
I am going to the UK 14th July for 3 weeks so probably not be on line during that time.

Edited by iammykyl, 03 July 2012 - 04:13 AM.

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I think worth a look through these, may be of help in the future,
> http://blogs.adobe.c...erformance.html
> http://helpx.adobe.c...op-cs4-cs5.html
This site for many good How To, > http://pcsupport.abo...ter_Problem.htm
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Gday walterwalrus.

How is the project going? An update to the forum would be most appreciated.
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