Perhaps someone from Adobe can comment on this?
Called Adobe, they weren't able to verify specific setups like this. However, all non-video apps all work on 32-bit anyhow, so I should be good for what I intend to use.
Will keep this open/unanswered until either I can confirm by purchasing it myself or if someone else has the same setup can verify.
Have you tried downloading the Trial versions of the Adobe apps?
Then you'll have 30 days to thoroughly test performance on your system before the Trials expire.
There's quite a few apps in the Creative Cloud. Time consuming task to download, install, test, uninstall while not messing with the current suite of Adobe apps I have on my primary work machine. Have to admit, downloading Adobe trials hasn't always been the smoothest process as far as clean uninstalls w/o breaking shared resources.
Would be handy if someone did all this for me
You have quite specific requirements.
You'll get definitive answers on your own system within a couple of days if you just download one app (say the one you'll use the most) and try it out.
Best of luck.
Unable to get a for-sure answer, I just bought in and got Creative Clound. CS6 apps are all quite a bit different and have very unique sets of requirements (not to mention UI... but that's a different discussion), so testing one isn't a good test of all.
On my system, Photoshop gives a video card warning (GeForce 7300), I think I lose some fancy animations or previews, no big deal. Premier and other "requires 64-bit" apps seemed to work ok... slow but functional. Good enough for me.