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Intel xeon E-2246G for After Effects, photoshop, premierer, etc.

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Hi, everybody.
I'd like to know how a xeon E-2246G with an RTX 2060 and 16GB of ram would go for editing and animating videos, photo editing and other programs in the adobe suite.

Any help?

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Intel xeon E-2246G for After Effects, photoshop, premierer, etc.

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Hi, everybody.
I'd like to know how a xeon E-2246G with an RTX 2060 and 16GB of ram would go for editing and animating videos, photo editing and other programs in the adobe suite.

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Refer to the gigazillion "How do I optimize performance in program X" threads in pretty much each and every sub-forum around here and the web in general. As far as AE is concerned, the old rule sticks - fewer cores with maximum performance are better than many cores for the simple fact that AE does not do much parallel processing or for that matter most video programs simply due to limitations in how video files can be handled. Likewise, getting the latest high-performance graphics card does little or nothing because AE simply doesn't have enough GPU-based features to begin with. The same is true for
Photoshop, BTW. Interactive operations like painting, creating selections etc. have nothing to do with multicore processors or beefy graphics adapters. Premiere is therefore pretty much the only program that will even come close to using all capabilities of your RTX card, but even that will depend on the circumstances. You see, no easy generalized answers here. You have to inform yourself and make up your mind whether or not such a system would be worth your money.

 

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