Procesors Intel Core i7-5820K, Hexa Core, 3.30GHz, 15MB, LGA2011-V3, 22nm, 140W, TRAY € 375,00 KINGSTON HX428C14PBK4/32 Kingston HyperX Predator (T2) 4x8GB € 282,66 - Or maybe use slower RAM 2133MHz SSD Patriot Ignite 2.5'' 960GB SATA3 € 356,20 - working Dir anc Cash Patriot SSD Ignite 240GB SATA III € 85,49 - System and applications ASUS X99-A USB 3.1 € 246,49 WD AV-GP, 3.5'', 4TB, SATA/600, 64MB CACHE € 158,60 CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H110I GT LIQUID CPU COOLER € 114,40 Carbide Series 330R Titanium € 83,15 - Want silent case + lot of space wher to put more HDD drives. Corsair power supply RM 1000W € 168,99 - in PSU I just trust Corsair GAINWARD GEFORCE GTX 980 TI PHOENIX € 673,40 Wondering about this - maybe for video editing I do not need so expensive video card? ASUS VN248QA Asus WLED VN248QA 23.8 € 172,06 Maybe there is somthing better at the same price or lower or higher.
Total: € 2 716,44
Please let me know what you think :)
P.S. This PC will not be used for gaming, Just video EDITING :)
About the ram. Faster is better for this kind of stuff as far as I know.
I would go with a different case, but I guess that is just me and my Corsair hate...
RM series is made by Seasonic, so in that case, you trust Seasonic.
I would get some hate for this, but... Have you considered 295Х2? It has a lot more raw calculating power. It is a bit more expensive however, and it's quite large... However, now that Adobe has decided to use not only CUDA, 295Х2 will kind of wipe out the floor with 980/Ti in calculations... As far as I know, the 900 series GPUs has been slightly gimped when it comes to CUDA core count, so research your 700 series options.
You are building 2700€ editing beast, and you are using 24" 170€ screen for it? Get larger and better screen... And may be more of them... You may need it...
Change the Power Supply to an EVGA 750w G2, some poor sod on here gotten their power supply by a Corsair RM Series and on the internet are well known for exploding due to the cheapness that Corsair went into making these. And the video card that I would go with the GTX 980TI is the Gaming G1 series from Gigabyte.
You said this is not for any gaming at all, obvious choice is to get Firepro W7100. get like 1600MHz RAM, or cheapest you can find, I find G.Skill never fail for me. get at least 32GB RAM. I recommend separate scratch / cache SSD, separate OS SSD. Rest of PC looks good.