aesling wrote:If you're going Intel, you might want to consider an i7 instead of an i5. Intel does to be kind of pricey though, so if you're on a tight budget you might want to check out a price to performance comparison list, such as http://paulisageek.com/compare/cpu/
As for the SSD, my fiance got an one when he rebuilt his PC and he loves it. If you're going for speed, it's definitely worth it.
Pwolf wrote:Everything looks fine except the WD Caviar Green. Do not buy that piece of crap. The performance sucks and they are more prone to failure. Spend the money to get the Black version.
As far as the SSD, performance wise, using it as the OS/programs disk, you'll boot faster and load programs quicker. It will not do anything to make editing faster unless you use it as your storage disk.
Pwolf wrote:It saves energy but in the process you lose performance and quality. Honestly, from my experience, I would just stay away from them. As far as noise, your case and PSU fans are going produce more noise then the hard drive. For my OS disk I am using a WD Velociraptor (140gb) and two 1tb WD Caviar Blacks in a mirrored raid configuration for editing/storage.
ngsilver wrote:I find it best to install the OS with other drives unplugged more then just as a percussion in case of formatting data
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Kitsuner wrote:ngsilver wrote:I find it best to install the OS with other drives unplugged more then just as a percussion in case of formatting data
I don't recommend using your hard drives as a drum set.
Nunusaur wrote:But I'm trying to get a new PC built, after about 8-10 years of putting up with 1,5GB RAM and 150GB of HD space. Imagine having to edit with that. >.< Explains why I have a pile of unfinished projects, lol...
What are your computer specs?
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