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Editing Computer Build

New Here ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Hey I’m a video editor and I’ve been through about 5 different desktop\laptop builds over the past 6 or so years, all increasingly better as I got newer computers. Bringing me to my current build. Although I feel like I paid a decent amount, dishing out a little over $2100 for my current rig, I’m still left unsatisfied with the performance from my Adobe applications (Premiere,After effects,Photoshop etc.) I’ve been editing full time for a year now and I need more power but overall just more reliability from my computer. I know Adobe has its own myriad of issues (been a active user since 2015) but I know there are editors out there dealing with less issues. I can run the apps pretty well but honestly there’s not a work day that goes by that my software doesn’t crash AT LEAST twice and I have to end program tasks or completely reboot the system. Really looking for insight on how I can improve stability and possibly performance. This is my job so I’m willing to invest more. I’ve listed my specs below if anyone can provide any advice!

 

 

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Operating system- Windows 11

 

Fan system-126995/ COOLMAST SICKLE FLOW 120 BLACK FAN

 

Cooling system-071530/ CORSAIR **ICUE H100I RGB PRO XT

 

App Cache drive- 874073/ SAMSUNG E 500GB 970EVO+NVME M.2 SSD

 

Case-201863/ CORSAIR 4000D AF TG MT ATX BLACK

 

Operating Drive-171363/ SAMSUNG E 1TB 980PRO NVME GEN4SS

 

Processor- 195099/ AMD AMD RYZEN 9 5900X WO COOL

 

Motherboard-259739/ ASUS PROART B550-CREATOR ATX

 

Graphics card-294058/ EVGA RTX3080 FTW3 ULTRA GAMING

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Moved to the Video Hardware forum.

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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I don't see your RAM which is very important.

 

Check the information available at Puget, and run their Puget Bench test. It can help to identify bottlenecks.

https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/pugetbench-for-premiere-pro-1519/

 

Video driver version is a frequent source of issues.

 

Stan

 

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Hey Stan thanks for that recommendation! Sorry I forgot to mention RAM.

 

2 pairs of Corsair Vengeance RGB pro 32 (2x 16)  for a total of 64gbs

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Jan 27, 2023 Jan 27, 2023

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My suggestion would be to submit crash reports to Adobe as they come. Over in the Photoshop forum we've seen a disproportionately high share of AMD Ryzen systems with various performance problems.

 

Engineers have said that they would like to get to the bottom of it, but they need reproducible cases, and crash reports.

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