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post #11 of 14
Skylake is newer and replaced Broadwell and Haswell, the previous gen CPUs aren't discounted by Intel and sell for the same prices as newer Skylake CPUs. You really want a Skylake system not build a system with Haswell which is EOL.
For Photoshop you need CPU and RAM. For Premiere/AE some mid range GPU helps. I think PS is still pretty badly optimized for multithreading so having decent single core performance helps but I'm not sure 6400 vs 6700 you would notice a difference worth $130.

The prices of older Haswell vs new Skylake are the same and you get more bang/buck with newer Skylake.

Yes mobos vary in what iGPU output they have but since you will be getting some dGPU it doesn't really matter as long as you can connect your monitor until you get the dGPU you want.

There are always parts that PCPP doesn't have prices for or doesn't list, gotta check and shop around, it's just so damn easy for Americans to use PCPP and make a build fast and cheap.
Edited by JackCY - 7/4/16 at 9:48am
post #12 of 14
Thread Starter 
Aha, ok, I didn't think it's going to be so much difference between fourth and sixth gen., however, in our country, Skylake is already a bit more expensive, but I will invest into it.

But back to motherboards, both of your suggested pieces (ASrock and GIGABYTE) supports only DDR4-2133, then why would I buy 3000, or 2400, unless I want to overclock (if that would ever helped in such case)? Also, in our country, offerings with DDR4 above 2133 is getting really limited and for absurd price.
And BTW, as I'm going through DDR4 and DDR3 memories on same frequencies, the second type tends to have lower CAS latencies, doesn't that mean that overall reaction will be slower?
post #13 of 14
You have misunderstood the 2133 MHz is the fastest INTEL supported speed but the motherboard itself can support RAM as fast as its rated for
I have seen boards support RAM as fast as 3600 MHz.
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 Evo WD Green WD60EZRX  WD Red WD80EFZX 8TB  Seagate Ironwolf Pro 10 TB 
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LG CH12NS30 x5 Noctua NF-A14 FLX Noctua NH-D15S Windows 7 64 Bit 
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Asus PG279Q LG 49UH750V 4K LED TV Corsair Gaming Strafe RGB EVGA SuperNova G2 750 watt 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
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post #14 of 14
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I think I understand (I know the frequency that CPU can handle and board can handle are two different things), or at least understand it the way you wrote right now, but the speed is in the row "Memory standard". I've seen at different boards' specs in the same row a lot of more numbers (like here) but at most of them there is just "DDR4 2133"...
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