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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    That's not true, we try to keep it as general purpose as possible. Why you get that idea ? And generally, photo\video editing isn't much different from gaming load wise, only smth like hybrid rendering \ folding \ mining and such would be different enough, but again, we try to account for that.

    My bad, lack of knowledge and slow learner

    And i'm just saying that Quadro P2000 is roughly equivalent to GTX1050 Ti which costs almost 10x less, you almost can get RTX2080 Super for it's price but you you'll be more than good with smth like GTX1660 Ti.
    https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/ar...-5700-XT-1552/

    I just wanted something smaller, less wattage and 4 Dp for color control. I have an evga gtx 680 now. I will look into this, thanks

    I've used this motherboard, it's decent, and it has very powerful VRM, which you probably don't need for this CPU anyway tho, especially without OC.

    I'm going to overclock in the future, not now though and never to the max.

    Eh, i'd say for Photoshop - stick to Intel for now.

    Damn you intel, you're like Apple products

    Nope, sorry.

    What bout my cpu cooler Noctua NH-U12A. It is massive, how do these color not put a stress on the motherboard?

    Also, while we at it, can't help but notice your Samsung SSD choices, assuming you haven't bought them yet i'd recommend to look at smth cheaper, there are a lot of very good options, HP EX920\950, ADATA SX8200 Pro, Team MP34, PNY CS3030, Inland Premium, Sabrent Rocket just to name a few. Or you can refer to SSD tier list thread at LTT forums, we have a few SSD guys there.
    Bought it already, thank you for all the advice. I will look into the GPU

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    Messed up the quoted reply, how did you do a multiple quote reply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murray View Post
    Messed up the quoted reply, how did you do a multiple quote reply?
    By copy-pasting stuff into quote blocks manually (right-most button above the reply field).

    What bout my cpu cooler Noctua NH-U12A. It is massive, how do these color not put a stress on the motherboard?
    It does but motherboard is perfectly fine with that, don't worry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    By copy-pasting stuff into quote blocks manually (right-most button above the reply field).
    See if this works!

    It does but motherboard is perfectly fine with that, don't worry about that.
    Thank you

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