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Premiere CC 2018 - Help choosing the best cpu/ram/graphics combination from PC offers

Explorer ,
Jul 16, 2020 Jul 16, 2020

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This might be too complicated of a question.

After reading up on various PC specifications, I am just more confused.

 

I previously had Acer S680G

i5-750 2.66GHz

4GB DDR3. 640GB.

Fx 380 512 mb – Graphics card.

Premiere CC 2018 worked ok, a little slugish but done the job.

The PC died after doing a lot of work over years, got my monies worth.

 

I have about $150 to replace the old Acer S680G.

 

Sticking with win7 and Premiere CC 2018 for now.

 

Regarding refurbished box:

Hard drive space is not a consideration. Win10 is not a requirement.

(We still have the old Acer S680G HD loaded with win7)

If the new computer has at least 4GB memory and accepting slots.

(We also have 2x 2GB Memory sticks from Acer S680G)

For a minimum of 8GB memory in total.

 

If someone is up with CPU/RAM and Graphics I have a question:

 

I would like your advice on the new PC CPU/Graphics card combination.

Regarding the Acer Veriton X4630G with Intel HD Graphics 4600.

The maximum shared Vram Memory is about 2GB, but said to be of lesser value then onboard versions?

Is there anything else around this price range with better performance when used for the purpose of video color grading and associated editing?

 

These are all the options in Available Graphics, some of which is outside budget.

Firepro V3750

FirePro V4900

GeForce 210

Geforce 7600 Gs

Geforce 8800 Gt

GeForce 9300

Geforce 9400 Gt

Geforce 9500 Gt

Geforce G210

Geforce Gtx 260

Geforce Gtx 275

Geforce Gtx 460

HD GRAPHICS

Integrated/On-Board Graphics

Intel 4 Series Graphics

Intel HD 530 Graphics

INTEL HD 6000 GRAPHICS

Nvs 300

Quadro 2000

Quadro Fx 1500

Quadro K2000

Quadro Nvs 295

Quadro Nvs 420

Radeon HD 8490 / R5 235X Oem

Radeon R5 340

Radeon Xpress 200 Series

 

Here is the page with PC box choices: https://www.reboot-it.com.au/used-computers/

I am looking at around $150 boxes, and could do with any direction you can offer.

Hence the question about Acer Veriton X4630G with Intel HD Graphics 4600.

 

Am I better off with GeForce 9500 GT “512MB of memory on board” or another option?

This Shared Memory is very hard to compare without any experience!

 

Edit: Premiere CC year corrected

 

[Moderator note: moved to appropriate forum.]

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LEGEND , Jul 16, 2020 Jul 16, 2020

You will not be able to download or install any Premiere Pro CC version earlier than 2019 13.1.5 (which now requires Windows 10 just to even run at all) any more. You see, Adobe now restricts version availability to the two newest major versions. This, plus the fact that you now have absolutely no PC at all, results in the conclusion that you will be stuck with absolutely nothing for the foreseeable future.

 

In other words, you're now completely out of luck.

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Explorer ,
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Anybody used HD Graphics 4600 Shared Memory?

How it might compare with Onboard Memory Graphics cards.

There is also this card for $35 - ATI FirePro V4900 1GB DDR5 128-bit DVI

Should I be worried about a card with Cuda compatability for Premiere CC 2018 performance?

 

I have not got the money or need to worry about the future, just trying to get by day to day.

 

Edit: Premiere CC year corrected

 

 

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You will not be able to download or install any Premiere Pro CC version earlier than 2019 13.1.5 (which now requires Windows 10 just to even run at all) any more. You see, Adobe now restricts version availability to the two newest major versions. This, plus the fact that you now have absolutely no PC at all, results in the conclusion that you will be stuck with absolutely nothing for the foreseeable future.

 

In other words, you're now completely out of luck.

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Explorer ,
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I see.

 

Quote: "We still have the old Acer S680G HD loaded with win7".

Premiere CC 2018 is saved in documents and installed on Harddrive.

Have lost job and have very limited money due to Corona virus.

Still need to choose PC box with above limmitation

 

Edit: Premiere year corrected

 

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LEGEND ,
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I deleted the part of my response. There has NEVER been a CC 2008 at all. Never. In fact, Adobe's products in 2008 were only sold as full retail disks. The Creative Cloud did not come into existence at all until 2012, when CS6 was released.

 

With that said, you're now out of luck at this point. Completely. You cannot just move your old system's HDD to a new system: More than likely the OS install will not work properly or at all. And if you must reinstall the OS, then you must also reinstall all of your apps. And then, you cannot get any version of Premiere Pro prior to the CC 2019 version. The last CC version that was compatible with Windows 7, CC 2018, is now no longer available any more - anywhere.

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Explorer ,
Jul 16, 2020 Jul 16, 2020

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Not the case, my info above is correct.

 

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LEGEND ,
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Since you or someone corrected the CC version info, and you have done OS disk transfers from one system to another in the past, then these things will limit you.

 

You see, the CPU that you will be selecting dictates which version of the Intel HD Graphics that you'll be getting. You cannot change the Intel graphics independently of the CPU.

 

And regardless of which CPU you choose, the only discrete GPUs from that list that you should even consider at all (as far as CC 2018 is concerned) would be a GeForce GTX 460, a Quadro 2000 or a Quadro K2000.

 

As for the others, the R5 340 would not be worth the trouble at this point, even though it is "supported" in CC 2018, because it isn't enough of a performance improvement over any integrated Intel HD Graphics to justify what that card costs. All of the other cards are either too old or don't have enough VRAM to work properly in CC 2018.

 

Hope this helps.

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All the Graphics you list sell in a PC worth around $600-1200

I give up asking question here.

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LEGEND ,
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In your particular case, then I would just stick with the integrated Intel HD Graphics. Whichever one you'll get depends on which CPU that you'll be choosing. Not ideal, but better than any of the other discrete GPUs that are either too old or lack sufficient VRAM.

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Explorer ,
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Lets make the CPU similar and give either option 8GB of Memory sticks:

 

We have Acer Veriton X4630G with Intel HD Graphics 4600.

The maximum shared Vram Memory is about 2GB, but said to be of lesser value then onboard versions?

Vs

ATI FirePro V4900 1GB DDR5 128-bit DVI

 

Would the PC with HD Graphics 4600 suffer from a bottle neck choice of real and vram during processing?

Would it still be the best option between the two.

 

 

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LEGEND ,
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Here is the problem with the V4900:

 

It is actually too old to be compatible with CC 2018. So, even if it had 1 GB of VRAM, then Premiere Pro 2018 will not use that GPU at all. In fact, it will use only the CPU (hence such a mode is called "Software Only"). You see, the V4900 is actually of the TeraScale GPU architecture that has already been declared "obsolete" by AMD before Premiere Pro 2018 was even released. In fact, all TeraScale GPUs, up to and including the V4900 (which itself is a workstation version of one of the HD 6000 series Radeon GPUs), have already been EOL'd by AMD at the same time that Windows 10 was first released - way back in 2015.

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Purchased Acer Veriton X4630G with Intel HD Graphics 4600

 

 

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New Here ,
Jan 02, 2021 Jan 02, 2021

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Hi

You have to go with Ryzen 9 5900x or Ryzen 9 3900x for best option if you have no issues of budget.

But if you have budget issues then go with ryzen 5 3600x.If you want to know about best cpu for video editing just Read here.

I will recommend you to buy the latest RTX 30 graphics cards for best experience.

Thanks

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LEGEND ,
Jun 18, 2021 Jun 18, 2021

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Sorry, but none of those platforms are officially compatible with Windows 7. And the discussion starter has not posted anything on these forums in nearly 10 months. So your response puts this discussion off topic.

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New Here ,
Jun 16, 2021 Jun 16, 2021

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I think Ryzen 9 3900x is the processor for video editing purpose but it is litile costly. Ryzen 5 3600 is budgeted processor for gaming and normal purpose. Intel i7 9700k is one of the best intel reasonable processor. For more deails you can check here.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 18, 2021 Jun 18, 2021

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Not any more (as far as the i7-9700K is concerned). That CPU has only eight threads total despite having eight physical cores. As such, it is actually weaker these days than today's 6-core/12-thread CPUs. And support for the now-almost-three-year-old CPU is becoming more and more limited, especially since the 300-series Intel chipsets that are required for that 9th-Gen i7 are inching closer and closer to "legacy" or "vintage" support status.

 

If the user has a beefy enough power supply unit, then the 6-core/12-thread i5-11600K would be a better choice. The Ryzen 5 5600X is a bit more powerful but also more expensive. Both of those 6-core/12-thread CPUs equal or beat their previous-gen 8-core/16-thread counterparts in all-around performance.

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