Question Help choosing between these specs

noyaus

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Hi Guys

HP All-in-One PC Core i5 8/512GB or R5-4600H/16GB/512GB for running Adobe Photoshop & Premiere Pro

What are your general thoughts for using a HP 24" All-in-One PC Core i5 8/512GB White 24-df0026a for some basic home use work as well as some occasionally running some of the Adobe Creative Cloud programs like Photoshop, & Premiere Pro (Exactly those 2 applications are the 2 Adobe Products that I use). Do you reckon that this desktop will be able to handle them. I can see that they have the Intel Core i5 Processor 10th generation. And from friends I have heard that the i5 is the 2nd best Intel processor in the i Series range. What do you guys think? or would something like it's equivalent like the HP Pavilion 23.8-inch R5-4600H/16GB/512GB SSD All-in-One Desktop with the 4th generation Ryzen 5 core be as good and it has the 16GB of RAM.

I'd love to hear your thoughts



The device specs for both websites can be viewed at:
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/hp-24-all-in-one-pc-core-i5-8-512gb-white-24-df0026a-hpdf0026a
 
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Lutfij

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If by basic, you mean doing minor touchups, not loading huge RAW images on Ps and also not rendering, then yes any prebuilt AIO will be a good investment. If you plan to go professional into Adobe's Creative Suite/Cloud, what have you, you should look at a desktop that allows for upgrades.

Upgrades like more ram, more storage, options for adding SSD's, then adding a beefy GPU down the road.
 

madmatt30

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From where I'm looking the ryzen 4600h is a slightly stronger processor than the 10400t.

It definitely has better integrated graphics and the fact it has 16gb ram which a necessity considering your proposed workload.

Agree with Lutfij regarding upgradability (or lack of) but there is a place for those systems if they suit for workload.
 
I wouldn't use an AIO for photo work--if the display isn't good, you can't upgrade; if there isn't enough ram, storage or cpu, hard upgrade--just not worth it considering the cost of getting a traditional system and having more flexibility.
 

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