Witch CPU Should i get and how much ram do i need to have good 4k performance on my computer.?
I am using 55 inch 4k sony tv as my pc monitor and my computer is sluggish just from using chrome browser and using photoshop. A basic 1080p monitor and my computer runs fast but when i switch from 1080p to 4k resolution then my cpu starts to be really slow. My budget for cpu is from 400 to 500 dollars. I am thinking of buying i9 9900k, i7 8700k or Ryzen 9 3900X. Witch one of this cpu is good for 4k pc usage and editing at 4k resolution and how much ram should i get.
- RichardLv 61 month ago
Never heard of a Witch CPU.
- 1 month ago
Know what motherboard you have. Most makers of motherboards can give you a list of CPUs that will work on your board.
Worry more about the graphics card. 4 or 500 dollars can get you a great graphics card. Your resolution capabilities are governed by what the graphics are capable of.
- 1 month ago
lo que puede ser lento es el wifi pruebe usarlo en horario menos convencional
- 1 month ago
Video stuff is determined by your GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) not your CPU. Get a fairly nice GPU like an RTX 2060 ($300) if you plan on gaming on it. It doesn't take an insane GPU to run chrome and photoshop on 4k. If you still plan on upgrading the CPU, I would recommend getting a Ryzen 9 3900X over the other options. It's performance is much better for workstation tasks than intel counterparts as it has 12 cores instead of the 8 in the i9 9900K.
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- DickLv 72 months ago
Why not add a graphics card (GPU) to the computer to take over the video load and take that work load off the CPU??? You'll spend a lot more money on an i9 system than a good graphics card will cost.
- JohnLv 42 months ago
You have a very simplistic way of using whatever your trying to use.
I suggest you go ask the store clerk at the 'computer store' to recommend a add on video card with 16 or more gigs of ram.
- VPLv 72 months ago
Good video starts with your video card -- not your CPU.
- micksmixxxLv 72 months ago
It's difficult to give you specific advice, sir, as YOU have not offered ANY useful information about your present computer system.
I agree with A.J. that it's PROBABLY more to do with your video card (GPU) that's causing your lack of performance.
- Chris AncorLv 72 months ago
A Witch will not help.
- A.J.Lv 72 months ago
Do not buy anything until you know what you are doing. You did not state what computer you have now. A CPU must be computer motherboard compatible. The problem is most likely the graphics processor. Without knowing your computer details, that is all that can be answered.