AFAIK largely the same. I’m having a bit of trouble finding benchmarks for it so I couldn’t tell you one way or the other for sure but am assuming it is similar. Eitherway, as this isn’t exactly a professional use case in the strictest sense the performance gained from something like a 7700K OCed or not isn’t particularly important. Bang for the buck makes most sense here.
Unlike some of the others, I won’t suggest one of the Ryzen 5 quad cores. I don’t find them to be particularly good value.
Here is a basic build one could consider. One could modify storage options for your individual needs but be sure to have an SSD in there. The 1600 is also an option. It will be a tad slower though but it can be OCed if you’re comfortable with that to 1600X speeds and includes a CPU cooler (which can handle OCing) and would save you some money. One could also upgrade to a 1050 Ti or 470/570 (if you can find one in stock) if you want a bit more GPU power but I don’t really feel it necessary.
$822. 1600X, 16GB RAM, SSD+HDD, GTX 1050.
As @tkoham and @Positron suggested a good, color calibrated IPS display will perhaps be more important than the performance of the PC.