Need good desktop for my work and wife's business

Ok so my wife uses photo shop for her business and needs good graphic capability for it. I use a program for school called ArcGIS. I need good graphics but performance is an absolute must. The program I use has a lot of components and uses a ton of memory. Storage will be mostly from externals which has led me to buffalo drives that are pre-powered.

Question is, does this look like it will suit my needs? Im on my iPhone since my laptop crashed haha.

Tried to post a pic but can't sorry about the hassle
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  1. To be honest it doesnt look that good, its using an outdated socket, the graphics card is from at least 2 generations ago (not good for photoshop). Go to cyberpower pc if you live in the states. It will be better that that.
    If your interested in building your own do some research and I can give you a list of parts to get you started.
    Just do a budget and what you already have, keyboard mouse monitor?
  2. Do you have a budget amount that you are willing to share so we can suggest something in your spending range.
  3. Also are you into building your own or are you looking for something already built. There are a lot of sites that have system builders on thier site so you can pick and choose the components that you want that will suit your needs. Dell , Cyberpower , HP , Ibuypower , Gateway , Alienware all these have builder programs on thier sites. You could also get this at Newegg;

    iBUYPOWER Gamer Supreme 957i Desktop PC Intel Core i7 2600K(3.40GHz) 16GB DDR3 1TB HDD Capacity NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 2GB Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

    ASUS VE276Q Black 27" 1920X1080 2ms Full HD HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor w/Display Port & Speakers 300 cd/m2 100,000 :1 (ASCR)

    For $1389.98 this could be yours , all built and ready to go. I know it says gamer supreme but ignor that , all the components that you need are in this computer. Tons of ram outstanding cpu and good video card paired with a good size monitor. Now if you would rather build your own you could get an idea of what you need by looking at the components inside of this computer.
  4. This is a good workstation from CyberPower:
  5. What's your budget? $500, 1000, 1750?
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