Question Ryzen 7 1700 adobe Lightroom issues/ optimization in 2019?

Ryzen 7 1700 CPU for Lightroom vs. Intel in 2019?

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Hi guys. I want to build a computer system for my editing stuff, I'll be using Adobe Lightroom CC, Photoshop CC, and premiere CC mainly, and I'm gonna use a Ryzen 7 1700 CPU, and I watched some videos on YouTube from 2017 about how the ryzen 1700 CPU is not optimized for Adobe LR CC, he was comparing it with the intel 6700K processor, and the photo loading times, zooming, and real-time changes, etc were much better on the intel side, much faster

How's the Ryzen7 1700 processor for adobe Lightroom CC in 2019, has it been optimized with updates for Ryzen CPUs to work with equal performance as in intel CPUs?
 
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I would rather recommend you the ryzen 7 2700X with a base speed of 3,7Ghz and a boost of 4.2Ghz, If you wanna spend a lot of money the I9-9990k with base clock of 5Ghz
 

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If you're a professional where time is of the essence, then the clear answer is going with Intel. If you're not bothered by minor time delays and you're also on a budget, then you're getting a better deal with Ryzen 7. On another note, you're better off going with the 2nd or 3rd Ryzen's.
 
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I would rather recommend you the ryzen 7 2700X with a base speed of 3,7Ghz and a boost of 4.2Ghz, If you wanna spend a lot of money the I9-9990k with base clock of 5Ghz
Hmmm well, my plan is to get the 1700, I can't afford 2700x with my tight budget, here in china there's a considerable price gap between 1700 and 2700x, I'm planning to overclock the 1700 cpu to 3.7Ghz though
 
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Hmmm well, my plan is to get the 1700, I can't afford 2700x with my tight budget, here in china there's a considerable price gap between 1700 and 2700x, I'm planning to overclock the 1700 cpu to 3.7Ghz though
What about the Ryzen 1800X ? I dont know about the Chinese Prices but it is around 10 Percent better than the 1700, and you can overclock it much more stable.
 
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What about the Ryzen 1800X ? I dont know about the Chinese Prices but it is around 10 Percent better than the 1700, and you can overclock it much more stable.
yeah but still the price is much higher than 10% buddy , but I can consider that option though, have you used 1700 to run lightroomCC?
 
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If you're a professional where time is of the essence, then the clear answer is going with Intel. If you're not bothered by minor time delays and you're also on a budget, then you're getting a better deal with Ryzen 7. On another note, you're better off going with the 2nd or 3rd Ryzen's.
have you used the ryzen 1700 processor?
 
I suggest you wait till the 2nd or 3rd week of July to buy any CPU. With the Ryzen 3000 series about to be released on 07-07-2019 its not a good time to buy an AMD or Intel system. Prices for older hardware will drop as they are set to End of Life (EOL). Intel CPU's will likely drop in price to remain competitive if the new 3000 series is as good as the leaked benchmarks indicate.
 
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I suggest you wait till the 2nd or 3rd week of July to buy any CPU. With the Ryzen 3000 series about to be released on 07-07-2019 its not a good time to buy an AMD or Intel system. Prices for older hardware will drop as they are set to End of Life (EOL). Intel CPU's will likely drop in price to remain competitive if the new 3000 series is as good as the leaked benchmarks indicate.
Hahaha true! I'm waiting for that to happen too, but I definitley wont be buying a 3000 cpu since i'm buying used, i'm planning to buy a used 2700, i'm guessing it'll get even cheaper?! soo thats the plan!
 

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