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building my first pc and plan on 3d modeling and animating in 3ds max. Also for gaming and basic video editing. I'm deciding between an i5 7500 or an amd ryzen 5 1600. Which one would be better.
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>>571263
Bitch is you serious, get the Ryzen
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>>571269
lmao ty
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>>571270
You can do like me and buy a used 1700 and an open box x370 board. Paid 300 for both but I had the ram etc sitting around from a 6700k build I never finished. Only thing that sucks is the pcie lanes. Three 1080ti's running at 8x/8x/4x kind of slows rendering down.
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>>571263
get the i5
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>>571294
ahahahahaha
no
get ryzen
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http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i5-7500-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-1600/3648vs3919

For the multi-core performance Ryzen is better, and for any other stuff they are the same.
I am an Intel fan, but theres no reason not to go for amd here.




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