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Yes, it will. With GTS450 and 2500K with overclock. My recommendation:

2500K 200
P8P67 115 315
2x4GB RAM 50 365
GTS 450 100 465
1TB 7200rpm WD Blue 50 515
DVD RW 20 535
CX 430 40 575
NZXT Guardian 921 Red case 65 640

Monitor: Dell U2312HM 300

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I don't know for sure
So instead of then going on to immediately recommend an i5/onboard graphics combo in the same sentence, why don't you do some research before giving advice?
Edited by jlells01 - 10/9/11 at 2:39pm
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Rok,

What's your actual budget with everything (monitor, speakers, etc.) included?



While the Quadro 600 may have been tested to work with CS5, the DDR3 memory is going to be a significant handicap; a $54.99 GT 440 with 1GB of DDR5 will offer a 45% speed increase while costing 209% less!

Nvidia Quadro is significantly faster than consumer cards in accelerating programs


for instance, even if you softmod a consumer card to a quadro, it is still significantly slower compared to a genuine Quadro Card
http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.a...tno=539&pgno=9


afaik, no one has successfully softmodded a fermi so even gaining a slight boost in current gen is not possible


the quadro card that i link is based on Fermi so it should smoke even a GTX 580 in accelerating task


edit:



as you can see, a real Quadro is significantly faster even if it has significantly worse specs compared to a significantly higher spec consumer card that has been softmodded to quadro

Quadro FX 1700 has just a mere 32:16:8 DDR2 128bit

while the Softmodded 8800GTX has 128:32:24 GDDR3 384bit
Edited by raclimja - 10/9/11 at 5:37pm
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if the op has very limited budget, then i suggest he just get a used 8800GTX(about $40 to $50) and softmod it into a Quadro card or if want bnew, then Quadro 400 is also a very attractive option at $110
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Originally Posted by thebluephoenix View Post
Yes, it will. With GTS450 and 2500K with overclock. My recommendation:

2500K 200
P8P67 115 315
2x4GB RAM 50 365
GTS 450 100 465
1TB 7200rpm WD Blue 50 515
DVD RW 20 535
CX 430 40 575
NZXT Guardian 921 Red case 65 640

Monitor: Dell U2312HM 300

Total 940.
thank you!
do you know the difference between the P8P67, P8P67 Pro, P8Z68-V, and P8Z68-V LE?

the P8P67 is the same price as P8Z68-V LE over here, the P8Z68-V is about $40-45 more and the P8P67 is about $6-7 cheaper than the P8Z68-V.
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post #46 of 59
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So instead of then going on to immediately recommend an i5/onboard graphics combo in the same sentence, why don't you do some research before giving advice?
Are you saying a 2100+gt440 would be better than an overclocked 2500k?
I said i wasn't sure and i meant it, stop yelling at me
I haven't been able to find any benchmarks comparing gpu accelerated vs non-gpu accelerated photoshop, so if you could provide it would benefit us all i think.
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Are you saying a 2100+gt440 would be better than an overclocked 2500k?
That's exactly what I'm saying. On the same test, a GTS 450 outperforms the i7-2600k by 1,117% (see below)!

The integrated HD3000 graphics on the 2500k aren't compatible with the hardware acceleration functions of MPE; therefore, you're limited to software.

http://ppbm5.com/Test.html: "A CUDA/MPE card makes a huge difference in performance and improves quality of the output over software MPE."

Now, lets take a look at Tom's: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...wn,2874-7.html

"Premiere Pro would be an excellent use case for Intel in showing off what six cores and 12 threads can do, demonstrating that there is an audience for these $1000 CPUs. However, I have an even easier way to cut all of these times down...buy a CUDA-enabled GeForce card. When you enable hardware-based acceleration of Adobe’s Mercury Playback Engine, encode times plunge."

"The hardware-accelerated configurations are more than 20 times faster than rendering in software."




http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0,2781-13.html
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...-bit,2770.html


Edited by jlells01 - 10/10/11 at 5:40am
post #48 of 59
I don't understand, isn't that premiere not photoshop?
Though re-reading the OP it did say "Photoshop & Premiere", so yeah it does make a big difference and i was wrong. TY
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do you know the difference between the P8P67, P8P67 Pro, P8Z68-V, and P8Z68-V LE?

the P8P67 is the same price as P8Z68-V LE over here, the P8Z68-V is about $40-45 more and the P8P67 is about $6-7 cheaper than the P8Z68-V.
P8P67 Pro has just eSATA and SLI support. P8Z68-V is great mobo, buy it if you can afford it. Otherwise go for P8P67 (non Pro, Deluxe, LE, just plain P8P67) great non expensive board with great oc capability (12+2 phase digital power design; 4*USB 3.0, 4*SATA3, 4*SATA2, Bluetooth, Firewire). LE shouldn't be an option.

P8Z68-Z has SSD caching, a little better overclocking caps, Lucid Virtu, HDMI/video out for integrated graphics, Quick Sync support. You can compare them on ASUS site, but it should be, I think, just P8P67 or P8Z68-V
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P8P67 Pro has just eSATA and SLI support. P8Z68-V is great mobo, buy it if you can afford it. Otherwise go for P8P67 (non Pro, Deluxe, LE, just plain P8P67) great non expensive board with great oc capability (12+2 phase digital power design; 4*USB 3.0, 4*SATA3, 4*SATA2, Bluetooth, Firewire). LE shouldn't be an option.

P8Z68-Z has SSD caching, a little better overclocking caps, Lucid Virtu, HDMI/video out for integrated graphics, Quick Sync support. You can compare them on ASUS site, but it should be, I think, just P8P67 or P8Z68-V
thanks a lot!
why shouldn't the LE be an option?

are there other good Z68 alternatives in the price range of the plain P8P67? from some of the reading i thought it's time to move away from the P67 onto the Z68.
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