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Hi Georgia Peach>


Your build would be severely bottlenecked by the HDD speed, green drives, except for large backup. are a definite No No.
16GB RAM is not enough, will limit performance.
Case, I believe, inferior to the Antec which has a separate PSU bay, HAF has less hard drive cooling, not very controllable fans.
PSU. very good but, the Antec 850w CF is more than enough for your build and is cheaper.


My suggestions, upped the Mobo, exactly same features, but adds WiFi and Blu_tooth.
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/hePm $1838.00
+ Card reader add to total..

Am looking to see if you would get better performance from a GTX 570 with 2.5GB memory.
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Thank you so much. Again, your knowledge and assistance are most helpful. We'll check out the new specs.
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Your welcome.


The below are links to the Adobe site, ( http://ppbm5.com/index.htm, have a browse) You can download there benchmark program to test a computer performance. can help to show up where bottlenecks are. Note that most builds are O.C. Number of disks and RAID impact performance, SSD boot drive and GPU, less so.

First page #86, on the left column, is the first instance where a i7 3770K CPU has been used.
http://ppbm5.com/DB-...Recordset1=1010

Second page #6, configuration similar to my first suggested build.
http://ppbm5.com/DB-...Recordset1=1010
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Thank you to iammykyl especially -- the system is being completed as I type. We're quite excited about getting this system up and running and appreciate all the help we were given! :thumbsup:
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Your more than welcome,, have enjoyed myself.

I do not know your workflow so hard to give exact instructions on a disk configuration. Best place for help below links.


> http://forums.adobe.com/thread/427772
> http://forums.adobe.com/thread/662972

Resource, info.
> http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/

Please make sure to extensively test the system, especially the RAM, please keep us up to date on progress and a link if you decide to post on the Adobe site.
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