$3000 Gaming pc
atleast 16 gb ram (for rendering and graphical engines and editing)
an ssd with atleast 250 gb
I would'nt recommend buying a $3K PC right now.. It would be better to wait untill NVIDIA releases its PASCAL series.. rumoured to be a quantum jump from the current GTX 950/960/970 MAXWELL...
Nvidia : Pascal Is 10X Maxwell, Launching in 2016 – Features 16nm, 3D Memory, NV-Link and Mixed Precision
Also intel is about to release its Broadwell-E platform in about 2-3 months time..
If u don't want to wait.. Check out this suggestion..
i will wait for pascall although the specs are unreal to me, but i believe it because i saw it myself at there pressconference. and i didn't know about Broadwell E.
no its about 4x
i cant help it they said there next next card is 10x faster
Here is another option...
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photoshop and (i don't know if you need much ram for it) much photo's and videos/files copying to other harddrives and computer. and creating software (mostly games) for pc, but thats mostly for the gpu i think.
why did you choose zotac above the gigabyte g1?
and why did you choose the cooler master cooler above the nzxt kraken x61 and the corsair 110i gtx? just curious
The 110i is worse than both of these although not bad yet.