This notebook does NOT MEET minimum requirements. The question about the video card is moot.
Screen size is below Premiere requirments
Lousy dual core CPU
Not enough RAM
Lousy Hard Disk drive
Well, I made some reading and find out it will be a bad idea to buy this laptop for editing.
let me be honest with you, I can not afford a bad *** laptop, and it is hard to find good Desktop computer components in my country.
I did a wild search and find a used laptop with this spec.
I think it would be fine to use it for editing, right?
Intel® Core™ i7-4720HQ - 2.6GHz to 3.6GHz w/ Turbo Boost
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M - 2GB GDDR5
12GB DDR3L 1600MHz
Screen Resolution= 1920x1080 (16:9)
Can you assume how smooth my editing experience would be from 1(worst) to 10(best)?
3 - 4
Keep in mind that a score of 3 - 4 is pretty decent, since laptops can not score higher than around 6, with higher scores limited to desktops only. The score of 3 - 4 can be improved with more memory and 2 SSD's to around 5 with 32 GB. A higher clock speed and a 980M would bring up the score to 6.
Mind you, this is only my opinion.
cc_merchant is right you really should upgrade the RAM and the Storage devices. Your experience editing on the laptop depends on what you will be editing. I have an i7-4700HQ with 24 GB of RAM, a GTX 765M and two SSD's but if you have at least one SSD for your OS/Application and then add a very fast USB 3.0 flash drive like a Samsung T1 for your project files and media you should be in pretty good shape. I do enjoy my editing experience on this laptop. I have edited several 3 camera AVCHD 1080 events and more recently several simple 4K XAVC S 100 Mbit/second projects. The beauty of the USB 3 Flash Drive utilization is that I can pull it out and walk it over to my desktop for exporting and disc production and/or just plugin another USB flash drive and edit away on another project. These are easy to edit media more complex media would be potentially more of a problem
What is the model of the computer, we may be able to tell you about the upgradability.