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I am planning to build *(or get it built for me) a new computer. I want to get into video editing and photoshop more seriously. Can i run 32bit software on a 64bit PC. I never ever new about 64bit until i heard about this Windows 7. Now you know why i chose the name "not a clue".

Over the past couple of years i have been getting the software together, for a new powerful Windows XP machine. My friends, magazines and forums state otherwise and to purchase the most powerful PC you can buy. So I have decided to go with this PC I have put together New Video Editing PC are all these parts compatable and will i have any issues with the build.

The software I have collected is (Will be saving to get CS4 or CS5):

Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio Premium CS
Sony Vegas Pro 8 (may purchase SVP 10)


Any assistance, comments and remember the name and be gentle with me.

notaclue
post #2 of 14
That is pretty good setup.

I would change Thermaltake Frio to Noctua DH-14

EDIT: PS: Uhh this would not be a small form factor system..... More like huge form factor.
post #3 of 14
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Originally Posted by notaclue;12201470 
I am planning to build *(or get it built for me) a new computer. I want to get into video editing and photoshop more seriously. Can i run 32bit software on a 64bit PC. I never ever new about 64bit until i heard about this Windows 7. Now you know why i chose the name "not a clue".

Over the past couple of years i have been getting the software together, for a new powerful Windows XP machine. My friends, magazines and forums state otherwise and to purchase the most powerful PC you can buy. So I have decided to go with this PC I have put together New Video Editing PC are all these parts compatable and will i have any issues with the build.

The software I have collected is (Will be saving to get CS4 or CS5):

Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio Premium CS
Sony Vegas Pro 8 (may purchase SVP 10)


Any assistance, comments and remember the name and be gentle with me.

notaclue

Yeah you can certainly run 32bit on 64bit OS(just not the other way around). Idk what the diference in performnace between a consumer gpu and the workstation GPUs are, but I would find that out before I spent $800 on an older GPU.

A $30 cooler for the 980x is probably a big waste and the stock cooler probably has similar performance. I would go with the Megahalems cooler and some GentleTyphoon fans.
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post #4 of 14
You might also consider Sandy Bridge as it can perform much better per core, at the loss of a few physical and logical cores. I also suggest going with the high-end coolers, especially if you are going to overclock in anyway.
    
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post #5 of 14
Holy SHEEIIT.

Dude thats a pretty freaking sweet build. Bit Overkill?

For someone who just wants to get into Photoshop more, do you need a 6 core CPU for photoshop? I don't know, but i don't think its optimized to use that many cores. Correct me if im wrong...

Maybe buy a lower speced PC, still considered beast, and spend the remaining on lessons or software.
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post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by tconroy135;12201537 
A $30 cooler for the 980x is probably a big waste and the stock cooler probably has similar performance. I would go with the Megahalems cooler and some GentleTyphoon fans.

No need to skimp on cooling with such a budget the OP has.

OP, just get an NH-D14, Thermalright SA or even better, get water cooling since you already consider getting an 800D, which is made for water cooling. Note that the 800D's airflow is kinda weak compared to the HAF-X' or the more elegant Silverstone FT02's.

Also, your build is nowhere near going to be small form factor at the moment.
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post #7 of 14
Just use the stock heat sink for the 980X, it will get you to 4000MHz no problem.
     
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post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by 4Brand;12201678 
No need to skimp on cooling with such a budget the OP has.

OP, just get an NH-D14, Thermalright SA or even better, get water cooling since you already consider getting an 800D, which is made for water cooling. Note that the 800D's airflow is kinda weak compared to the HAF-X' or the more elegant Silverstone FT02's.

This.
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post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by 4Brand;12201678 
No need to skimp on cooling with such a budget the OP has.

OP, just get an NH-D14, Thermalright SA or even better, get water cooling since you already consider getting an 800D, which is made for water cooling. Note that the 800D's airflow is kinda weak compared to the HAF-X' or the more elegant Silverstone FT02's.

Also, your build is nowhere near going to be small form factor at the moment.


Maybe he could change his GPU and do SLI something and W/C.
Change mobo to EVGA. Maybe even change CPU to i7-975.
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Originally Posted by triangle;12201765 
Maybe even change CPU to i7-975.

No, never! In that case he'd be better off with a 2600K.
    
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