Thx gourav for your reply.....Always helpful if you use this template
What is productivity in your case? It can mean many things in different domains.
Thx powervgx for the reply5800x runs a bit hot so buy it if you want to go for an AIO. Video editing needs a powerful GPU too. Get the best CPU/GPU combo in your budget and you are good to go.
Thx ishahank for your reply.......neither, 13600KF is the one you should target in that budget
Get and AMD GPU if you're gonna be using Resolve as main video editor - benefits a lot from an equally priced AMD GPU compared to Nvidia. For processor, AMD is good but more expensive than Intel this generation. If you're okay with the used market, get a 5800X from there, a B550 motherboard and some fast DDR4 RAM (3200Mhz at the least but 3600Mhz recommended) and it will give you 80-90% identical experience compared to a new 13600KF system for a much less pricedavinci resolve
Suggest me a best processor in this two intel i5 12600k or ryzen 7 5800x for photo and video editing. Softwares like Adobe cc, davinci resolve, lightroom
Thx ishahank for your reply.......
Ur opinion abt amd processor ??
M2 Macbook ftw for productivity.
Don’t be a part of ”i hate apple” tribe. Keep an open mind about technology. For example mac books are not beta hardware. Look at the budget tag… macbook air is definitely in the budget. If you keep open the we can get into technical details like ssds and advantages of processor architectures etc…Soldered SSDs are too much of an insult to the community, rather leave it for rich folks with money to burn on beta hardware.
I disagree with this. M series is not a Beta hardware. It is very good. If someone is looking for a laptop for video editing then I don't think any Windows laptop can come close to M series because he will also get a color accurate screen, a processor designed for video editing and full performance on battery. But the op is looking for a desktop so the situation changes.Soldered SSDs are too much of an insult to the community, rather leave it for rich folks with money to burn on beta hardware.
m2 air with davinci resolve is unbeatable combination for video editing.
Where do you get these things from… throwing some random numbers and percentages wont make your logic valid…In 2-3 years if you use the device like a pro, its SSD health will be at 70-80%, below 75% is a ticking time bomb. I once reached the Windows OS drive at 77% health and I used to panic what if it fails until I cloned and replaced it and I was at peace again.
See its very simple, there is a metric called MTBF (mean time between failures) and is not usually published for consumer grade ssds. And also apple ssds as it is proprietary information for them. Without that metric one can claim anything. Due to the scale at which MacBooks and iPhones are made; the ssds will be custom and their specs and stats won’t be available in public domain. Also things like wear leveling etc…But on the other hand @ishashank is also right. Even Louis Rossmann used to talk about the same power issue in Macbooks and how poorly designed circuits and components are leading to premature death and data loss in Macbooks.
I am using hyper 212 and there is no issue. AiO is risky as coolant leak will kill. Would rather go with Noctua d15 for better cooling.5800x runs a bit hot so buy it if you want to go for an AIO. Video editing needs a powerful GPU too. Get the best CPU/GPU combo in your budget and you are good to go.