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New Computer, Slower Renders and Exports.

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Jul 21, 2020

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Hello all,

 

Apologies in advance for anything I phrase wrong, as this is my first post on this forum.

 

I recently got a new workstation at my job to replace an older one. The specs on my new system are, on paper, better than my old computer:

 

Old Specs:

Intel i7-7700K (no overclocking done)

NVIDIA Quadro P2000 Graphics

32GB Ram

500gb SSD for OS and editing projects

 

New Specs:

Intel i7-9700K (no overclocking done)

Dual Radeon Pro WX 5100 Graphics

64GB Ram

500gb SSD for OS and editing projects

 

Unsure of specifics of components as both are prebuilt workstations (old one by Lonovo, new one by Dell).

 

However, I tested an export in Media Encoder on both computers, and my old computer finished in 10 minutes, while my new system took about an hour.

 

Took a closer look in Task Manager, and my older computer is using far more of its dedicated GPU than my new build, which is using its integrated graphics for most of the export - the GPU is at 1-10% most of the export, usually idling at 4%, where my old computer hangs out around 40-70% GPU usage.

 

Windows is updated, all GPU Drivers are updated, and this problem occurs in Premiere Pro Beta as well. Our IT guy at work has gotten the run-around from Adobe support on the phone, so this is my last effort before I go back to my old computer.

 

For reference, I use Lumetri Color and creat digital zooms in my videos a lot, so I know I have GPU-accelerated effects on, but my old computer even exports simple things like proxies faster than my new one.

 

Any help or ideas you can give are much appreciated!

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New Computer, Slower Renders and Exports.

New Here ,
Jul 21, 2020

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Hello all,

 

Apologies in advance for anything I phrase wrong, as this is my first post on this forum.

 

I recently got a new workstation at my job to replace an older one. The specs on my new system are, on paper, better than my old computer:

 

Old Specs:

Intel i7-7700K (no overclocking done)

NVIDIA Quadro P2000 Graphics

32GB Ram

500gb SSD for OS and editing projects

 

New Specs:

Intel i7-9700K (no overclocking done)

Dual Radeon Pro WX 5100 Graphics

64GB Ram

500gb SSD for OS and editing projects

 

Unsure of specifics of components as both are prebuilt workstations (old one by Lonovo, new one by Dell).

 

However, I tested an export in Media Encoder on both computers, and my old computer finished in 10 minutes, while my new system took about an hour.

 

Took a closer look in Task Manager, and my older computer is using far more of its dedicated GPU than my new build, which is using its integrated graphics for most of the export - the GPU is at 1-10% most of the export, usually idling at 4%, where my old computer hangs out around 40-70% GPU usage.

 

Windows is updated, all GPU Drivers are updated, and this problem occurs in Premiere Pro Beta as well. Our IT guy at work has gotten the run-around from Adobe support on the phone, so this is my last effort before I go back to my old computer.

 

For reference, I use Lumetri Color and creat digital zooms in my videos a lot, so I know I have GPU-accelerated effects on, but my old computer even exports simple things like proxies faster than my new one.

 

Any help or ideas you can give are much appreciated!

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