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User Info: dayne195

4 years ago#21
Cut out ssd, maybe buy a cheaper monitor, and use money saved for a good 650 watt psu so you dont have ti buy a new one later. Also, getting the ssd later will allow you to fully appreciate it
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User Info: reincarnator07

4 years ago#22
I use Ableton and I see a noticeable improvement from having it on my SSD. I'd go with dropping down to a 7870.
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User Info: StrategyWikiped

4 years ago#23
>has os in the build
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User Info: RPGMatt

4 years ago#24
I don't imagine you'd be able to fit huge sample libraries on an SSD. Maybe VST plugins and stuff, but that wouldn't be as helpful.

User Info: Volebamus

4 years ago#25
So it sounds like TC just needs to save $60 to get under $1250

But he doesn't need to drop the SSD if he has a much better choice: drop the extra relatively unnecessary 8GB ram. As was already mentioned, he is spending way too much on that alone, and he doesn't need any special ones, as long as they are reliable 8GB DDR3 1600 or so.

Dropping the extra RAM that right there already saves him $65, and he keeps the SSD.
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