I won't tell you to save more money. I will recommend that you use Premiere Elements rather than try to run Premiere Pro on a machine that is not up to the task. I think that it will work just fine for your requirements.
If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.
If you pay money to monkeys, you get rich monkeys.
This applies to both politicians and editors. You get what you pay for ...
Pardon my international currency ignorance what is 850 bux?
Sorry for the late reply. I tried the trial version of the premiere elements12, and it's facilities are not enough for me.I would like to try the premier pro(which version recomanded, cs5.5, cs6, cs7, cc?) with this configuration:
ASROCK Z87M Extreme4
INTEL Core i5-4670K 3.40GHz 1150 BOX
CORSAIR 16GB Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz CL10 KIT CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10
ZOTAC ZT-61107-10M GTX650Ti 2GB GDDR5 Synergy Edition PCIE
SEAGATE 2TB Barracuda 7200rpm 64MB SATA3 ST2000DM001
KINGSTON 120GB SATA3 2,5" SSDNow V300 SV300S37A/120G
CORSAIR CX Series Modular CX750M
What do you think about?
(bux= bucks, dollars)
>which version recomanded, cs5.5, cs6, cs7, cc?
CC is, internally, CS7 and CS6 is still being sold if you don't want to pay monthly rent for CC Creative Suite 6
The only way to buy CS5.5 is IF you find a vendor that still has a box on the shelf
You have a four core processor that is mot hyperthreaded, but fortunately it is an unlocked processor that can easily be overclocked if you find that it is not quite fast enough to make editing simple with the much more CPU intensive code of the Premiere Pro software.