Loooking for a best PC Configuration to run Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 / CS5 smoothly
I am seeking advice to set-up a best configuration to run Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 / CS5 and Adobe Encore CS4/CS5 smoothly.Name/propose the best configuration for using the (i7) Processor, DDR3 RAM, Dual Optical drive (including BD writing capability), Full HD Monitor/s, Nvidia Video card FX Series(GPU), Suitability of HDD(RAID-0, -1 or -5), special key board fr CS4/CS5, wireless keyboad/mouse, NO. of USB Version2/Version 3 ports on board, Number of PCIe slots on motherboard, Firewire port/s, HDMI ports, Express card slot(for Sony HD Pro video cameras), Model numbers, Brand names are welcome here.
Presently I am experiencing lots of problems running CS4 on a 2.8GHz single core Processor, 2GB DDR2RAM,1TB HDD, with a Sony SXS USB2 Reader, etc.,video will freeze out after 2seconds of play on monitor.Audio was not affected at all. But the quality of DVD I made was excellent. no problems with video or audio.
Ur help is greatly appreciated. Thx.
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This ought to keep you busy for some time. Although some of the links are somewhat dated, not very much has really changed and the majority still holds. When you have read them all, you will know exactly what to buy or build.
If you have any questions left, please post them here.
I´ve read the links above, very interesting information.
I don´t know anything about overclocking, but would like to ask about one simple question:
it says the i7 920 is designed to work only with DDR3-800/1066 memory types.
So the question is, if I use 1333 memory and only set the memory multiplier in the BIOS so it displays 1333, will it work at 1333 or will be lowered back to 1066?. Or do I need to overclock the CPU to use 1333 memory speed, right?.
that CPU will work with DDR 2000
ignore what intels website says!
it all depends on what motherboard is used and what ram is used as to what timings you can get.
all our systems run @ 1600 aside from Xeons, which change depending on ram amount.
Ok. My current system is:
i7 920 + Gigabyte EX58-UD4P motherboard + 6GB 1333
My BIOS settings are default, with EIST and C1E disabled and:
CPU Clock Ratio: 20x -> 2,66GHz
System Memory Multiplier (SPD) : 10 -> Memory Freq (MHz): 1333
I mean, with this settings does the memory work at 1333, or do I have to overclock the CPU?.
it should be
download this program
(SiSoft Sandra) it will tell you all kinds of fun stuff about your system. plus its a great burn in tool
as benchmark suite.