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    Posted: 13 Sep 2020 at 10:44pm
Hello guys
i am building a workstation PC and i need some help here. the usage will be for 3dsMax, auto-cad, Photoshop, light room, revit, vray and corona render

My usage is during the Design process i am using interactive render and the final render on the cpu

so please tell me your recommendation parts for the built depending on your experience in the field

because too much confused between the parts like RYZEN 3900X OR 3950X

QUADRO or RTX


and which part should be higher the CPU or GPU ?!

BUDGET 2000$ USD
I LIVE IN UAE (DUBAI)
SO YOU CAN USE NEWEGG OR AMAZON TO KEEP ON BUDGET
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  Quote Cretae Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 14 Sep 2020 at 4:08am
We are mostly gamers here. Your best bet for a quicker answer is to ask Digital Storm for their advice. They will do their best to meet your needs at your budget.

Edit: I've reconsidered. I have no experience in your field, but I do know a bit about computer parts, and your budget dictates a lot of answers to your questions.

What you need most is computer cores. The more, the better. you cannot afford the 3950X, so the next best one in your budget is the 3900X with 12 cores. That's a lot of processing power. You need as much RAM as you can get, which is 32 GB. It would be nice to have a stronger power supply, but the 600W will do you for now. You need a fast NVMe SSD for your primary drive, so get the Seagate Firecuda. The RTX 2060 is the most powerful GPU you can get right now, and should not be a drag on your tasks.

The bottom line on a system like this is $2003 after the discount. You can see it by entering the Config ID in the "Load Config" window from the upper right on the main page.

Digital Storm Desktop - Config ID 3385582

If you can afford a bit more, get the larger 1TB Firecuda, so you can load larger projects. Then get the 850W power supply so you can get more powerful upgrades in the future.

Don't hesitate to talk to DS and see what they think.

Edited by Cretae - 14 Sep 2020 at 5:50am
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  Quote ahmed95 Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 14 Sep 2020 at 6:35am
thank you for your reply i really appreciate that
i will give you a configuration i made depending no my budget


r9 3950x
rtx 2060 super
asus x570 tif gaming plus (wi fi )
beQuite dark pro 4
phantakes p400a
w.d nvme.m2 500gb
kngstone 1tb ssd
corsair psu vs750w
ram 16gb 3200

and this is another one

r9 3900x
rtx 2070 super
asus x570 tif gaming plus (wi fi )
beQuite dark pro 4
phantakes p400a
w.d nvme.m2 500gb
kngstone 1tb ssd
corsair psu vs750w
ram 32gb 3600


which one you think is better ?!
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  Quote Cretae Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 15 Sep 2020 at 3:35am
If you can afford the 3950X, it will be a large performance boost. Get 32GB of RAM for the first one, and it'll be a winner.
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