Twixtor is CPU driven, so you would need a much better processor to see any speed-ups. The rest is just you confusing things and throwing them in the same pot out of desparation, when they don't have any relation to any of that. Generally your times look normal, given the general system specs. More RAM may marginally increase performnce, but that#s more a matter of AE being generally able to cache more frames when using temporal plug-ins, if required.
Thanks both of you for your answers. I allready did all the improvements but I read many times "adding more ram will speed-up AE". I use it mainly for Twixtor so I will save my money to buy a much faster system.
Could you please tell me the speed percentage used for this conversion? I want to do the opposite ( convert 25 fps material to 29,97 )
I watched this tutorial by twixtor https://youtu.be/0YjUegarnYM
but if you divide 25 by 29.97 it gives 0.834165......and i can't figure out .( should i use 80% or what ? )