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New PC, 3700x and RTX 3080, adobe using less than 5% cpu

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I just built my first PC and went to edit a video and Premiere is using around 5% of cpu at all times and all rendering is very slow. What could be causing this? I came from using Premiere on a 3 year old mac that was much smoother than this..

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New PC, 3700x and RTX 3080, adobe using less than 5% cpu

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I just built my first PC and went to edit a video and Premiere is using around 5% of cpu at all times and all rendering is very slow. What could be causing this? I came from using Premiere on a 3 year old mac that was much smoother than this..

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We would need the full specs ... mobo, number/type of drives & how connected to the mobo. Media.

 

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Here are the full specs. Just 1 m.2 NVME Gen 4 drive. 

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/JpV7YJ

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I always go with 2 drives, min.

 

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In general, one drive for everything isn't the best practice. Even with an Nvme, you still have the computer having to go all over that drive trying to load and process different parts of it simultaneously.

 

Which could be part of this.

 

Other than that, @RjL190365 would be a better person to help, hope he's "around" today.

 

Neil

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Your SSD should be just fine. Is there a chipset driver for the motherboard? Are all the cores enabled?

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