Buying a new Desktop to edit film.

shootman

Member
That's your monitor.
This is a good monitor?
LG Max. Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Refresh Rate: 75Hz Display Technology: LED LCD
MPN:
24MP60VQ-P
Model:
24MP60VQ-P
Video Inputs: DVI-D, VGA D-Sub, HDMI Modified Item: No
Response Time: 5ms Brightness: 250cd/m²
Brand:
LG
Custom Bundle: No
Non-Domestic Product: No Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Screen Size: 24" UPC:
719192614215
 

indietalk

IndieTalk Founder
Staff member
Admin
The HP you posted was released in 2008. The LG has an IPS panel (Samsung guts) looks like a killer deal.
 

shootman

Member
Get a GTX 1050.
OEM Unbrand Card:

$65

Specifications

- Color: Black and blue
- Material: Plastic and metal
- Size: 22 x 10 x 4 cm
- Model: GTX1050 Ti 2G D5
- Memory type: GDDR5
- Core: GTX1050 Ti
- Chip: For NVIDIA
- Consumption: 110W
- Memory: 2GB
- Core Frequency: 783MHz
- Memory Frequency: 3600MHz
- Memory Bandwidth: 128bit
- Interface: PCI-express 2.0
- Support OS: Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 10 and more
- Maximum Resolution: 2048 x 1024p
- DirectX support: DirectX11

- Output Interface: DVI, HDMI, VGA
 

Quality

Member
You need serious help. How much money are you willing to spend on computer parts? I also would suggest buying a computer already built.
 

shootman

Member
You need serious help. How much money are you willing to spend on computer parts? I also would suggest buying a computer already built.
I figured that the best thing was to buy a good cpu(i7, 3.4Ghz), then build around it. Was that a bad idea?
 
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Quality

Member
If you buy an i7, it will automatically have everything you need. Look for one and post the specs on here.
 

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