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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-10-2015, 08:29 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi ,



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A new member on OCN and a beginner in building P.C .

I am a Wildlife photographer based in India. And recently upgrading my P.C for my heavy Image editing Workflow.



Confused between CORSAIR cases , PSU & 140mm fans for exhaust .


Kindly help me choosing and there is no budget constraints but open for expert suggestions from your end . .


My selections so far :


CORSAIR CASES : Vengeance c 70 OR Carbide 500r

PSU : CORSAIR 650TX V2 & EVGA SUPER NOVA G2 ( But unfortunately not available in Country )

FANS : 2x Noctua (NF-A14 PWM) on top for Exhaust with any of the above cases.


My main purpose of buying these above mentioned cases is – Best Airflow system with optimum cooling Temp.



CURRENT SETUP :

1) Eizo monitor color edge cg 247

2) Windows 8.1 PRO 64- Bit

3) Nvidia GPU Quadro series - K 620 ( workstation / desktop graphic card )

4) Samsung 850 pro 128 – gb SSD ( Primary drive )

5) intel ( R) – i3 core ™ CPU 540 @3.06

6) intel Dh55pj Motherboard

7) SEAGATE 2 TB INTERNAL HDD

8) RAM 8.gb

9) Sony DVD HOME THEATRE 850 WATTS connected to comp.case (If its related to all this info.)


10) Local manufactured computer case and CPU .



My Usage : Exclusively working for Image editing in Heavy softwares like Adobe Photoshop Cs6 and 4 or 5 other Image editing software’s simultaneously , Browsing Heavy resolution Image sites and 4k videos content .


NOTE : ANY GAMES ! PRESENTLY OR IN FUTURE WILL NEVER BE PLAYED ON THIS SETUP .


Future Upgradations ( In next 2 years ) :
( intel i-5 or i-7- 4770k CPU ) With same standard motherboard , 2 internal HDDS .


Kindly provide me the expert advises so that I can choose wisely.



Regards
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-10-2015, 09:06 PM
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I'd recomment This for your PSU as you'd not be overclocking.

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High resolution image manipulation with lots of layers is very RAM intensive, especially if you're doing it in multiple applications at the same time.

Have a look here: http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Adobe-Photoshop-CS6-Memory-Optimization-182/page4

A 1GB project file winds up using ~22GB of system memory.

My advise would be to look for an E5-1600 V3 series CPU and a GIGABYTE MW50-SV0 workstation motherboard. Start with at least 2x16GB ( M393A2G40DB0-CPB0 or similar) and add more as needed. With currently available DDR4 the board and CPU together will support up to 128GB memory, eventually it will support up to 512GB with load reduced quad rank 64GB DIMM's.

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Maybe it's because the psu is garbage? I only have the CX500 myself due to budget constraints (whole machine for sub-$600 usd). At one point a few years ago, they were solid. Much better psu's for the same cash are now available. I wouldn't buy a current-era Corsair PSU at gunpoint now.

The early AX860i on the other hand...

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Maybe it's because the psu is garbage? I only have the CX500 myself due to budget constraints (whole machine for sub-$600 usd). At one point a few years ago, they were solid. Much better psu's for the same cash are now available. I wouldn't buy a current-era Corsair PSU at gunpoint now.

The early AX860i on the other hand...

Once again, find the OP the "correct" one..... in India...

As I don't believe there has ever been a product either natural or man made in the history of time that someone isn't critical of....
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Apologies for replying so late I was in field and just returned back home .

Thanks to members for giving me their valuable time for responses.
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main problem with your current build is a huge lack of RAM.

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Not keen on corsair, looks and wear and tear do not seem to match. On day of reviews, fine, its down the line later meh! rolleyes.gif

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