Can you guys give me some feedback?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by SodiumMachine, Apr 2, 2017.

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  1. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    hey It's me again. So I'm looking to build a new PC, my brother, and I are going to use it.
    My brother does: CAD, Photo editing, and drawing, light/medium games
    I do: Sound work, Photo, and Video editing, drawing, and some light games.
    I'm thinking about getting Rainbow:Six, and H1Z1, but wouldn't play above 1080p.
    Here is my build
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yn2CvV
    Thanks
     
  2. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    Honestly it looks fine to me. It can accomplish all the things you wanted it to accomplish. It won't necessarily be the most optimal rig on the planet for those certain tasks, but it can handle doing all of them. CAD is really the only thing I would be worried about seeing as it is definitely a ram hog. If you are doing 4k video editing, between that and CAD I would definitely consider upping the RAM. Quadro graphics cards are something to consider instead of the gtx series, but honestly the 1060 is fine.
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    I just noticed that you used the tagging system and put "dank" in there. You are my new favorite.
     
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  3. SodiumMachine

    SodiumMachine Active Member

    Autodesk inventor is pretty demanding, so I might go with an nvidia p600 or something like that. If I get a quadro do you think it could handle light/medium games at 1080p with medium settings? I might try and learn maxon cinema 4D, do you think that would be able to handle it?
     
  4. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    This was many years ago, but I had a friend who had a quadro in his system so he could render in Maya and a few other programs, but he also played ARMA 2 at really good settings at 1080p. I have no idea what card he had, but it handled games very well. Obviously Quadro's are not optimized for games, which is why people get the gtx series to get the best bang for their buck, but typically, even if it isn't an efficient use of the cards resources, if a quadro is a beast at rendering in professional application is should be able to handle gaming just fine. Really the limiting factor of the P600 would be the low quantity of Vram on the card. Also you can always have multiple cards in there and designate them to perform different tasks.
     
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  5. schmee8

    schmee8 Active Member

    There might be many people over at /r/buildapc that are very knowledgeable about the programs that you are using and the strain they put on your hardware that are also able to point out other parts that you could use instead of some other parts. I hope that I can show you a new resource to use with them
     
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  6. DragoNate

    DragoNate Active Member

    I can attest to this. I asked for help with a build there and got lots of helpful replies.
    Only thing that sucks is I can't quite act on that build yet :/
    Hoping to be able to very soon, unless I can win a new PC, lol
    one can hope..........
     
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