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Best Hardware configuration for designing with photoshop


hrbaban
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Hi there,

What size of graphics are you talking about? I do some 1 by 2.2 meter 300dpi printout designs with a few layers myself, that hog up more than 2GB, so how about you?

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My design is large format , for example (400 x 1000)cm or (200 x 2000)cm . . . . . .

I want that rendering be fast no slow . In other word , when i use free transform from edit menu in photoshop for changing

size of photo rendering be fast .

I want saving file in photoshop be fast .

In other word , speed in designing is my purpose or idea .

H.D.D is effective in designing ? (please explain )

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agree that you need as much RAM as your mobo and OS can handle.

and make sure it's dual channel.

also dual or quad core CPU helps a lot while working with big files.

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What's your overall budget for this build? If you really want the ultimate setup then start looking at SAS drives instead of SATA. Those can be purchased at up to 15,000 RPM. You'll pay a price premium for it though (and you'll have to get a SAS controller as well), but that's the only way you're going to get the absolute best configuration.

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