photoshop

  1. montenegro

    Best build for Blackmagic Resolve, Autodesk Smoke, and Photoshop

    I'd like to put together a system that will really fly when doing color correction in resolve, compositing on smoke, and retouching with photoshop. Here's what I've come up with: Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K Board: GA-Z77X-UP5-TH RAM: 32GB 1600Mhz DDR3 Graphics Card: Quadro K4000 or Quadro...
  2. Nitsan

    Is this a good build for FCPX, Photoshop, Lightroom, etc?

    Hey everyone, This will be my first build, I'm pretty technical and have a friend helping. Wanted to get you guys' opinion on this. I tried to search for this but couldn't find much. What do you think of this setup? I'm hoping for something non-problematic. Do you know any improvements for...
  3. wailjdii

    Bad performance in Adobe Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6 with GTX 285

    Hello everyone. I followed the guide and succesfully installed the OS X. Very happy with that. My computer setup is: Gigabyte Z77 DS3H BIOS flashed to F8 i7 3770K (not overclocked) XFX GTX285 1gb (installed newest drivers & cuda drivers from nvidia.com + Recognized in System...
  4. greendirt

    Adobe Premier / Photoshop / Thunderbolt / ZFS build?

    Dear community. I've been lurking for a year or so and I'm finally getting my act together to build out a Hack Pro for optimized video/photoshop work. Here's what I'm thinking of buying. I'm very interested in your expertise and if I'm going to run into any huge problems...
  5. DBP

    DBP's "lammergeier": i7-3770K / GA-Z77X-UP5-TH : photography beast

    DBP's "lammergeier": i7-3770K / GA-Z77X-UP5-TH : Photography Beast This build post is “rather large”, so I’ve split it into several parts to avoid problems with the spam filters. It's also had some rework later on (e.g. setting it up to use a GTX 650 and using monitors on both the HD4000 and...
  6. charlie108

    BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX Photo Editing Build

    Hello, after years of just envying other people's builds, I finally plan on building my own first Hackintosh build. Main Specs are; -BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX -Gigabyte Z77N-WIFI Motherboard (SKT 1155, Mini-ITX) -Intel 3rd Generation Core i5-3570K CPU (4 x 3.40GHz, Ivy Bridge, Socket...
  7. snick

    a Photoshop Hackintosh

    Hello insanely mac users! after 4 years of high times i need to move on with my old Hackintosh (lovely q9550) So i have outlined few scenarious from my daily work, and this is the constraints i should respect. Budget is not a problem, but i honesty don't need the super duper 30000+...
  8. racuerex

    Video editing / Photoshop / etc Rig...let me know your thoughts!

    I do new media art and I want to build a rig that can handle AE, Premier, Photoshop - all CS6 and maybe some Processing (Program), and occasional MAX/MSP. I shoot 1080P/60 a lot, and may go into 3D (1080P) editing as well. I think I'm done cutting the fat off this thing, if there are any cost...
  9. Mario9999

    Power FCP X, Photoshop CS6 ITX build!! I'm new here, does it wil work??

    Hi everyone, I just bought my parts and I'm gonna be building my hackintosh next week. I want my machine to run Final cut Pro X, Photoshop CS 6 and lightroom smoothly. This is my list: -Motherboard: Gigabyte H77N-WiFi ITX (I also ordered a half size atheros ar9280 for the WiFi...
  10. stupiddiary

    Best/Excellent build for Photoshop/Indesign etc

    Hi there... I am planning to build my first Hackintosh. To make life easier I think I'll look for a golden build system. But there are so many... and now here comes my question. Is there a Golden build system or a very recommendable build which is perfekt for Photoshop/Indesign/Cinema 4d...
  11. thorne

    Does parallels work in a hackintosh build? Photoshop?

    Hi Gang, This is my first post so forgive me if I am naive to this forum and its proper usage. I am excited to build a medium to high end mac. I would like to use photshop and Lightroom if these aps will work well with a certain build (decent video card, cpu, HD,SSD, and plenty of RAM). Any...
  12. kimoni

    First time hackintosh for After Effects + PS

    Hi all, I'm a newbie to the world of hackintosh, and I could do with a little encouragement that I'm doing the right thing. I'm a graphic designer and motion graphics guy. My work involves heavy use of Photoshop, After Effects and Cinema 4D. I hate PCs, but don't want to spend £5K+ on a...
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