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Multi-core Processor for Premiere Element

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Hi,

I am a new user of Premiere Elements

I am looking for a new computer. In the system requierement and in the forums, I cannot find how the multi-core CPUs are efficient in premiere elements 2019. What is the best way? AMD is with more cores but lower Ghz than Intel.

If it can help, I also work with Photoshop/Lightroom CC and i am not a gamer.

Thank you for your feedback

José

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

For HD editing, I usually recommend a processor that scores at least 6,000 - 8,000 on this benchmark chart.

For editing 4K, I'd go with a processor that rates at least 10,000.

The number of cores and clock speed aren't standardized anymore, so they alone don't tell you much. Only benchmark ratings tell you how much power your computer has.

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Multi-core Processor for Premiere Element

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Hi,

I am a new user of Premiere Elements

I am looking for a new computer. In the system requierement and in the forums, I cannot find how the multi-core CPUs are efficient in premiere elements 2019. What is the best way? AMD is with more cores but lower Ghz than Intel.

If it can help, I also work with Photoshop/Lightroom CC and i am not a gamer.

Thank you for your feedback

José

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

For HD editing, I usually recommend a processor that scores at least 6,000 - 8,000 on this benchmark chart.

For editing 4K, I'd go with a processor that rates at least 10,000.

The number of cores and clock speed aren't standardized anymore, so they alone don't tell you much. Only benchmark ratings tell you how much power your computer has.

PassMark Intel vs AMD CPU Benchmarks - High End

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For HD editing, I usually recommend a processor that scores at least 6,000 - 8,000 on this benchmark chart.

For editing 4K, I'd go with a processor that rates at least 10,000.

The number of cores and clock speed aren't standardized anymore, so they alone don't tell you much. Only benchmark ratings tell you how much power your computer has.

PassMark Intel vs AMD CPU Benchmarks - High End

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Hi Steve,

Thank you for your answer and link.

This is very interesting, I did a PassMark Performance test with  my old i7-2600k (overclocked, turbo 4.43 GHz). The result is 10,673, impressive for a CPU 7 years old.

If I check the chart, comparing with my CPU, I can now mesure the expected performance with the CPUs available on the market.

Enjoy New Year's Eve

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Please mark this question as correctly answered, Jose.

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