i think premiere is the only adobe app that uses dual gpu's. so you may want to scale down to 1 video card.
the gtx 980m would be a good card for that cpu. if in premiere, you plan on doing lots of gpu effects, lumetri color, and plugins like neat video, the gtx 980 (desktop version) will have alot more power to run those.
Thanks for your answer,
In premiere I do a lot of lumetri, wrap stabilizer and and time remapping with maybe the new option in premiere which smooth out the slowmotion haven' t updated yet)
You are saying Premiere is the only app that uses dual gpu, so would the Titan laptop with two GTX80 be good for premiere ?
its always better to use a single gpu, unless the second is needed. dual cpu or gpu have overhead to make two work as one, and looses some performance from that.
if you are doing just a few gpu effects and lumetri, a single gtx 980m should be enough for HD projects. a single gtx 980 (desktop version) would be better for 4k projects. alot of people on these threads find the gtx 970 desktop card is enough for their 4k projects.
Ok thanks for that,
I will certainly go with the laptop that has the single GTX980 then as I am planing on working with 4k soon as well when purchasing the FS5.