quote Crusad3rInteresting, iTunes and Office take 10-15 seconds on my computer...well congratulations on your load times haha for me I'd really notice a speed boost by putting on an SSDPhotoshop (Final Cut is MacOS), yes I would put it on the SSD. iTunes takes half a second to open on my 7200rpm computer. As does any MS office program. I wouldn't notice a difference at all.
quote Crusad3rGotta disagree with you there, having Photoshop, Final Cut, MS Office, even iTunes makes a world of difference to the feel of your computer. Any one of these programs takes 10-15 seconds to open on your typical 7200RPM drive but open almost instantaneously on an SSD. Makes a huge difference to the feel of your computer day to day.
quote mcizzlesWell, I don't see anything wrong with that....But you MIGHT want to jump up to a 680, since you still have a good $500 in your budget to work with. Also, if you jump up to about an 800+ Wattage 80+ certified PSU, you could eventually get a second 680 a year or two down the line when they're cheaper, and extend your gaming performance further (from what I've read, the 600 series SLIs rather nicely).hi guys here is an update. I made list, what do you think?
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