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Would this be sufficient for Premier Elements 15

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i7-8650u - 4 C/8T     1.9 --> 4.2 GHz


I know this has a low TDP so it will throttle.

16GB RAM

256 GB NVME + 1TB HDD

iGPU - Intel HD 620

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Would that handle Photoshop and Premiere Elements 15 with the built-in effects in the software?

My understanding is that Elements does not use a Dedicated GPU but will use the integrated GPU


I want a small nuc.  Would that be sufficient?  I know there are other options, but I want to know if this is sufficient.

I figure the 16GB is okay as it is 4GB per core.  The PCIe NVME should pick things up, with the HDD for storage.

I do not think 32GB is needed, as anything big enough to require 32GB would probably require a dGPU,

Could it handle 5-10 Minutes of 4K editing.

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Would this be sufficient for Premier Elements 15

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NUC7i7DNHE

i7-8650u - 4 C/8T     1.9 --> 4.2 GHz


I know this has a low TDP so it will throttle.

16GB RAM

256 GB NVME + 1TB HDD

iGPU - Intel HD 620

Web:  https://simplynuc.com/7i7dnhe-kit/

Or video: The NUC7i7DNHE (Dawson Canyon) is a Performer - YouTube


Would that handle Photoshop and Premiere Elements 15 with the built-in effects in the software?

My understanding is that Elements does not use a Dedicated GPU but will use the integrated GPU


I want a small nuc.  Would that be sufficient?  I know there are other options, but I want to know if this is sufficient.

I figure the 16GB is okay as it is 4GB per core.  The PCIe NVME should pick things up, with the HDD for storage.

I do not think 32GB is needed, as anything big enough to require 32GB would probably require a dGPU,

Could it handle 5-10 Minutes of 4K editing.

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In my books, I recommend a processor that rates at least an 6500-8000 for editing standard 1920x1080 video and at least 10,000 for editing 4k.

This processor rates a 9000, so it is definitely powerfully enough to run Premiere Elements for 1920x1080 editing -- and may even be able to do some basic 4K editing. I'm sure it could easily handle 10 minutes of 4k.

PassMark Intel vs AMD CPU Benchmarks - High End

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A second question

An i7-8650u chip CPU goes from base of 1.9 GHz to 4.2 GHz.

But the min requirement for Elements is 2.0 GHz.


Will Premier Elements test for the base  frequency or allow for the Turbo frequency.

THANKS!

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brians36253875  wrote

base  frequency or allow for the Turbo frequency.

This is a forum of users that don't have access to software engineering information.  I don't know how to answer your question.   Frankly I don't know what "Turbo frequency" is!

Bill

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brians36253875  wrote

Will Premier Elements test for the base  frequency or allow for the Turbo frequency.

A processor with turbo boost is essentially one with a variable frequency and rarely runs on the base frequency or the maximum frequency. It will regulate the frequency according to the load.

I would take Steve's advice.

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