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    Building Photoshop Computer
    This post is about building a computer specialized for Photoshop. Perhaps a bit nerdy but I wanted to show you that it’s not that complicated.

    To me it’s important that the tools are not in the way of the creativity which is why I want to have a very powerful system that always runs smoothly. I don’t want to merge layers in Photoshop just to keep the file size down or make it save faster. Some images requite more layers than others and that is just the way it should be and that requires a powerful machine. But why building a computer yourself? Well, you can customize it to your needs, it’s cheaper considering the performance you get and it’s fun making something on your own! Maybe it’s not for everyone but I thought it could be interesting to share my thoughts on building a computer optimized for Photoshop.

    I’ve always had a big interest in computers and have built a few before myself. But this time I wanted to build a high end computer where every component would be optimized for Photoshop in particular. The ultimate Photoshop computer. It’s actually not as complicated as it may sound. It’s basically just a puzzle finding components that works together. I read a lot about what components to chose and found a lot of good information in this article: [link] In the video below you can see how I put it together.

    Components
    I used the following components:

    • Case: Fractal Design Define R4 – The case is more a matter of taste, I think it’s important that it’s quiet and a simple design.
    • Motherboard: Asus P9X79 - A good and reliable motherboard, this is where all the components go and you don’t want this to fail.
    • CPU: Intel Core i7-4960X - One of the fastest consumer processors
    • CPU cooling: Corsair Hydro H75 - Liquid cooling, it’s quiet and leads away heat efficiently
    • Memory: Kingston 64 GB, 1600 MHz – You can never have enough memory when it comes to Photoshop, although 64 GB might is a lot I want this computer to last for a couple of years.
    • Harddrive: 2x Samsung 512 GB 840 PRO, 2x WD Caviar 4 TB 7200 rpm - Fast disks are very important today, one fast 512 GB SSD as a system disk and another 512 GB SSD for projects and Photoshop scratch disk where Photoshop saves information temporary.
    • Graphics card: nVidia Quadro K4000 - Together with the EIZO ColorEdge monitors and displyport cables this Graphics card can display 10 instead of 8 bit color per color channel in Photoshop. This gives smoother transitions between very fine gradients, more information in the link in the end of this post.
    • Power-supply: Corsair 650W RM – A good and reliable Power-supply that can provide enough power for the system.
    • Other: Standard Optical drive, FireWire Card – In case I want to shoot tethered with a digital medium format camera connected to the computer.
    • Monitor: Eizo ColorEdge 276, Eizo ColorEdge 243 – One of the most important parts of the computer is good monitors, you want to be sure that what you see on screen actually will look the same in print and on other monitors. I’ve been using Eizo ColorEdge monitors for the past years and can strongly recommend them. I use one monitor for the Photoshop canvas and the second for all the panels.
    • Mouse & Keyboard: Wacom Intuos 5 Large, Logitech Illuminated Keyboard, Logitech Mouse – I’m using a large Wacom Intuos 5 tablet for both screens , if I would only have one screen it would be enough with a Medium sized tablet but this is highly personal. Standard keyboard and mouse.
    • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro - It’s a bit different from Windows 7 but I find Windows 8 very stable and fast and to me that is the most important things of an operating system.
    I set up the harddrives the following way.
    • System Drive – SSD 512 GB
    • Project Drive – SSD 244 GB (Half disk used as project disk)
    • Scratch Drive – SSD 232 GB (Second half of the project disk)
    • Storage Drive – 2 x 2 TB disks Mirrored in RAID1
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    This is what my desk looks like. Two Eizo ColorEdge monitors, a Wacom Intuos 5 Large for both screens and mouse & keyboard.

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    If you’re interested here is how I set up the screens and panels in Photoshop. The reason why I have the right screen tilted 90 degrees is to be able to see as many of the layers in the layer panel as possible. (Click the image below to see it larger)

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