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Hello Comrades,

I have planned to buy new desktop for multimedia work.
I have to keep my budget within Rupees 50000/- ( nearly US $ 1000 ).for whole system

My work relates to multimedia contents,like,
- editind video-audio files
- create large movies in macromedia flash
- Copying and storing large video ( above 5 GB ) files
- Burning DVDs ( 8 GB ) with captured movies
- Blue ray disk support
- MIDI support for creating playback music with Musical keyboard
- Use of Photoshop,Flash and other high end graphics and animation
softwares

When I went online,the details of comparison even more confused.
I don't get what I exactly want there.
I need help and comments from Hardware experts of our community.
Please help to buy the best for me.

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Do you want to run Windows, or Linux? With Linux, most software is free, which in a Windows system is often not the case, especially for video editing software. So, your budget is only for hardware?

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I will use windows,specifically windows 7.Should I go for Intel or AMD ?

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Yes.I will run windows 64 bit.My above budget is for hard wares only.
Can any one suggest me best combination of MB and processor ?

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I have no idea about prices in your area, so I will only suggest in general.
I recommend that you buy at least core i5 4.gen. CPU (i7 might be better if you can afford it ofc. - some encoding software use multicore better, and thus work faster)
motherboard could be ASUS, MSI or similar big-brand. (all support BlueRay if SATA-300 or better) - go for the best offer in your area
No less than 8GB, 1600 MHz RAM (preferable 2x8=16 GB)
If possible - add a high end GFX (Nvidia Titan, GTX 780-ti, or better), or keep it in mind for future upgrade.
a good powersupply - at least 650-800 Watt if you plan to upgrade GFX later.
The box is not important - reuse an old one if possible.

copying is of cause faster on SSD, but f.ex. my WD-Red series 4 TB disk transfer ~60 MByte/sec average on huge files (+50GByte).

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Either an AMD or Intel current build 64-bit processor would work. Go for higher CPU speeds (3GHz or faster). More RAM is better (8-32GB - 8 is on the low end. 16 is good). An nVidia graphics card is preferred, but get a power supply of at least 750 watts. Disc drive is not so much an issue. At this point, don't bother with a higher priced SSD. Get a good (Hitachi, Samsung, or Western Digital) 7200 rpm disc drive - 500GB to 1TB will serve you well. Then, there is the display(s). Myself, I like a dual 1920x1200 setup with 24" monitors. Why dual displays? Because you can run the system applications on one, and view the video output on the other at the same time.

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Thanks friends.
I am planning for Intel Core-i7 with extra graphics and sound.
I will not prefer to choose AMD to stay within budget limit.

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Hi, so a computer sought for intensive multimedia projects.
sustained read / writes ? very high device heat
Budget = US$1,000 max

I suggest a used workstation spec desktop with oem Windows 7 and enterprise spec hdd ( with intact recovery partition) from a clean environment
4Gb ram memory expandable to 8GB plus
Sourced from auction sites cost maybe $300 + shipping

From there user upgrade
Second enterprise spec hard disk drive (c $250 )
Latest rendering support video card of modest spec ( c $150 )
Games spec backlit or high contrast white key/black letter wifi kb + mouse
(c $50 )
Uninterruptable Power Supply ( c $100 )

Under house budget ;-) room airconditioning to keep ambient air temp at / below 25 degrees C
Mains power coffee cup warmer

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Titan X has got a hefty pricetag at $1300 that take a long time for me to save up especially since im only in year 10 and plus my cpu wont handle it so that means i have to go for an i7 5th gen the latest one thats out

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