Question Making the switch to AMD or Remaining Intel Steadfast (Video Editor/Graphic Design)

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I have no qualms with either brands, I just want to know what should be my next upgrade for future proofing. I'm happy to throw a 1000 Dollar Budget

I already have a decent PC. (DXDIAG Link here)

In summary, I have:

1080ti
32GB RAM
6th Gen 6700K Intel Processor
Two SSD Drives

The programs I use, are:

VEGAS PRO
Adobe Premiere
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
 
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I would look at an X570 motherboard with a 3700x, 3800x or even better a 3900x.
And if your RAM isn't at least 3000 MHz, I'd get a 32 GB kit of 3600 RAM.
Interesting.

Could you please elaborate on the advantages here? When it comes to editing, specifically
 
Here is an article on photoshop recommended hardware from puget systemshttps://www.pugetsystems.com/recommended/Recommended-Systems-for-Adobe-Photoshop-139/Hardware-Recommendations

It probably comes down to your Intel/AMD preference.
Likely i9-9900K vs. ryzen 3800X.
Graphics favors Nvidia, better than a GTX1660ti does not seem to be worth it.
On ram, buy 32gb if you are working on documents 500-1000mb in size.
 

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Interesting.

Could you please elaborate on the advantages here? When it comes to editing, specifically
I don't personally do much photo or video editing, but I do quite a bit of video encoding.
My current rig consists of a 3700x on an Asus ROG Strix x470-F with an RTX 2060 Super and 16 GB's of 3600 RAM.
This rig encodes videos in less than 1/2 the time that my previous 2600/B450-F/1660 Ti/16 GB 3200 RAM rig did.
 

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