I'm just not that familiar with illustrator so am unsure what components are more important for it. Besides RAM, its become obvious that 'as much as we are willing to spend' is the answer. Several people including myself have noticed that Illustrator will only load up 1 core and the rest are idle no matter how many you assign to it. You would probably be fine with the new 4 series Haswell i5 processors with 16GB ram, SSD, and whatever video card you want. I am stuck using a bottom of the line cheapo i3 4GB Lenovo at work for most of my Illustrator usage and it does just fine until the nasty stuff comes up.
From what I can tell it ill is only able to use 1 core. But is a massive memory hog and thats about alll Adobe is going to help us with. So I'm building this PC to remove all bottlenecks.
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You say you don't know much about computers - I'm going to assume you won't be overclocking. Do you need it? Then why get it? Why the hell not! RAM is dirt cheap anyways. Why aren't you getting the top of the line GPU? Some people just do no appreciate windows 8 cause of the whole new GUI. I still am on windows 7 and it is still a great OS. I was asking the store employee about going with an i7 processor rather than an i5 and he was suggesting it was a bad idea because Hyperthreading in the i7 processors can actually cause performance problems on some video games?
You only appear to have gb of storage space in that build, I would get a large hard drive to compliment the gb SSD you have in there. You will soon find gb is nothing, unless your going to save all your documents somewhere else? Hyperthreading in the i7 processors can actually cause performance problems on some video games?
At some point, there was talk about this. Most of the stories were anecdotal. There was probably a couple games that some people were having issues with names escape me, it was ages ago , but these days, I haven't heard anything of the sort. But if price wasn't an issue, then the i7 definitely performs better.
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There were problems but they were fixed soon after they appeared. I'm also one of the people who would say that stick with your i5 since i7 is meant more for a professional type of person who deals with editing and creation, i5 is more than enough for gaming. The tho.. Getting an i7 for a gaming PC is a waste of money outside of lining the pockets of the guys selling the cpu.
No game now or for the next 5 years will even max a i5 CPU. But for gaming an i5 is all you need. Seems like a no-brainer for a top of the line unlimited budget gaming machine It will do what you said you wanted it to do.
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I would go with the core i7 k and bump up the graphics card, just because it will be more future proof. In a few years time,that system will still be running and doing everything like a champ. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. Hardware Hangout Search In. Mini Spy. Sign in to Neowin Faster! Sign In or Sign Up.
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