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Which system is best for Adobe Creative Cloud (PR, AE, Audition, PS, etc.)

New Here ,
Apr 09, 2018 Apr 09, 2018

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Hello everyone,

I"m stuck...please give me your suggestions between:

Dell - Inspiron 5675

CPU: Ryzen 7 (8C/16T)

RAM: 16 GBs 2400mhz

Boot: M.2 SSD

GPU: Radeon RX 570 4GBs

VS.

Dell - Inspiron 5680

CPU: i7 8700 (6C/12T)

RAM: 16 GBs 2400mhz

Boot: M.2 SSD

GPU: GTX 1060 3GBs

From both systems, should I pick 5675 for the Ryzen 8 cores or 5680 for the Cudas?

Thanks in advance,

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LEGEND , Apr 09, 2018 Apr 09, 2018

The 5680. But only because most of the apps in CC do not scale well with multithreading, and are relatively sensitive to changes in the operational clock speed. And the typical, non-overclocked but rather turbo-boosted all-core clock speed is significantly slower in the Ryzen than in the i7-8700.

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The 5680. But only because most of the apps in CC do not scale well with multithreading, and are relatively sensitive to changes in the operational clock speed. And the typical, non-overclocked but rather turbo-boosted all-core clock speed is significantly slower in the Ryzen than in the i7-8700.

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Thanks for response.

My decision is going to be based off the CPU (without overclocking) and how much faster it can render/export. You think 4K H.264 will be an issue for FULL playback?

thanks again for your insight RGL190365

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