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I suspect its simply because in the first case Pr and AME are both running. In the later, just ame loading the Pr project. In the forst case two projects are running simultaneously, the one in Pr and a temp copy in AME.
But more troublesome to me is why youve built a system that cant be maxed out. IN editing, we Want the CPUs to peg to process as fast as possible. IMHO; You should re-think the design of your workstation if it overheats so easily.
They render in the same amount of time regardless of the CPUs pegged out in scenario 1 or not pegged out in scenario 2.
I tested with the Premier closed while encoding in AME and get the same results.
Then I dont know.
What is the point in overclocking if you cant peg the cpus?
I guess my point/question is that there "appears" to be some sort of issue with either Premier Pro or AME and this processor.
Would be interested to see if anyone else with the new i7 processors is having a similar issue.
Bump for any other opinions.