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hey guys im looking into doing 3d modeling and drawing, concept art ext that kinda stuff but im not sure what kinda pc i need for this or mainly CPU and GPU i would need to get going, my system now is...

CPU Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4.00GHz
RAM 16GB 2400mhz DDR3
Motherboard MSI Z97A GAMING 7
Graphics 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 (MSI)
Storage 120GB Samsung SSD 840 EVO 120GB ATA Device (SSD)
500GB Seagate (SATA)
1TBGB WD (SATA)
3TB WD (SATA)
i was looking on getting a GTX 1080 but not so sure now could anyone help me out maybe please ?

i also have a wacom intous i do some drawing now on autodesk sketch book but that about it working on that now
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>>545606

Cpu is most important. That pc is more than enough.
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>>545606
Concept art is mainly painting with modelling, and most modeling for concept art needs a good base of understanding of drawing and design. From what I'm seeing of OP, you're very far from being concept-art level. Do you paint at all or just line drawings? If not, you're going to need to learn how to paint while you work on 3D. A lot of concept work right now is 3d work with a paintover,
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Focus on your craft. The pc is just a tool. Get something you can afford. Most mid range pc can do the work. Good luck.
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>>545606
That's over kill. Your looking at buying and Indy 500 as your 1st car. Esp with the 1080.



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