- My initial RAM testing results on this laptop with Premiere 7 (ok call it CC if you want) shows much less gain on increasing RAM that we found earilier. I just started with the standard 8 GB in this laptop, upped to 16GB and the upped to 24 GB and found not total PPBM7 scores of only a few seconds. I would welcome someone else testing to see if Premiere 7 is really less sensitive to RAM upgrading.
- When I went from from an i7-2600K with overclocking to a i7-3770K on a Z68 motherboard where I could not overclock, I found it to run slower. Maybe your motherboard might have a better later BIOS.
- Great to upgrade to any GTX is better than a Quadro 600 and is going to give you better performance, follow John's link to Harm's suggestions.
I am still learning Premiere Pro and I haven't upgraded my computer to take full advantage of the software in the fastest time possible.
I am running an HP A6632f quad core 3 ghz, 2 500 gb hard drives setup in RAID 0 windows8 professional ATI 7570 GPU 8gb ram (MAX MOTHERBOARD WILL SUPPORT) It's not the fastest machine out there but I would like to upgrade to a faster machine when I better understand Premiere Pro. Any SUGGESTIONS are welcomed about what componants to purchase for my upgrade to a faster computer.
I wouldnt spend much on that system to upgrade. You would need to swap the CPU to an I7 and change the video card to a 750TI or 760GTX. 16GB of ram is where you want to be as well.