Insufficient memory, lousy disk below requirements, integrated graphics that does not support hardware MPE, lousy mobo with only 16 PCI-e lanes, only dual channel memory limited to only 16 GB and on and on.
onboard video is crap...
while the new P67 platform is powerful only the 2600 is good
and limited to 16gig ram.
for many thats enough for pro level 24 is best.
Hi, thanks for being so honest, even if a little brutal
Can I just say, I’m in no way a professional and not looking to edit with any high end effects or dozens of layers. I’m an amateur albeit a demanding one. I’m looking to maybe make a few low budget music videos for my band, a video for a friends wedding… that type of thing and don’t think it would be sensible paying out 1000s of pounds on a PC to do this. My budget is 500 and that’s pushing it really, are you saying that this build wouldn’t even run Ppro at all? Will any PC, built for under 500, be able to run Ppro?
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500 quid is dangerously low. If your editing needs are not more than DV and very occasionally HDV, you may get by on the budget, provided you get at least two, or better three physical 7200 RPM SATA disks, otherwise you are out of luck and need to save some more. AVCHD and DSLR are out of the question on this budget.
Even DV and HDV will be slow. Do not be surprised if an elderly and crippled snail overtakes you on the editing highway.