"if you are exporting to 1080p, you ideally want the highest frequency six core CPU if possible. A higher core count shouldn't hurt anything (unless you have two physical CPUs), but it makes no sense to get a CPU with a higher core count if it means making any sort of a sacrifice in terms of operating frequency."
entry: Intel Core i7 6850K 3.6GHz (3.7-4.0GHz Turbo) Six Core
with a PCie 4x NVME drive like a 950/960 pro for media cache/project
a 850 pro for OS/page file
a WD 7200 5 TB media storage
32 GB ram
1060/1070GTX or if not using premiere's accelerated effects, the 1050GTX for a budget build.
what does cuda accelerate?
you may want to wait till january for the new kaby lake 4 core which is clocked higher than broadwell so may possibly be faster for a cheaper price as premiere prefers higher clock speed over cores.(unless they release a massive optimization code update, which I doubt)
Thank you very much for you support.
I want to export in 480p and editing 480p of the video length 20 minutes at max. Actually I don't want to put lot money but at the same time i want to utilise full resources not keeping anything idle. Please suggest the economical one.