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Thoughts on this destop build for Premiere Pro editing ...

New Here ,
Mar 28, 2021 Mar 28, 2021

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Hi everyone,

 

Just wanted to get some feedback and thoughts on the following computer build in terms of running (and future proofing) Premiere Pro. My computer guy's supplier has unexpectedly had some components come into the country that he can get his hands on ... instead of me having to buy an 'off the shelf' desktop computer..

Anyway, would really appreciate your thoughts on the following specs ...

 

Many thanks,

 

Matt

 

•INTEL CORE I9 10900K 10 CORES 20 THREADS 3.70 GHZ 20M CACHE
LGA 1200 PROCESSOR
• 2x (64GB Total) KINGSTON 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 NonECC CL19
DIMM
• CORSAIR CARBIDE SERIES 275Q MIDTOWER QUIET GAMING CASE
BLACK
• CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H60I V2 PERFORMANCE LIQUID CPU
COOLER
• GIGABYTE Z590 UD INTEL ULTRA DURABLE MOTHERBOARD WITH
DIRECT 12+1 PHASES DIGITAL VRM AND DRMOS, FULL PCIE 4.0*
DESIGN, EXTENDED THERMAL DESIGN
• CORSAIR HX850 850W 80PLUS PLATINUM HIGH PERFORMANCE
POWER SUPPLY
• ASUS DUALRTX3060O12G 12GB GDDR6 PCIE.0 192BIT 1xHDMI
3xDP
• Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD Read up to
7000MB/s, Write Up to 5000MB/s, 5 Years Warranty
• WD RED PLUS 8TB SATA3 256MB CACHE
• MICROSOFT WINDOWS PRO 10 64BIT ENG

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Thanks very much for that JT.

Matt

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Mar 28, 2021 Mar 28, 2021

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Keep in mind that you will not be able to use one of the m.2 slots at all with the i9-10900K CPU/Z590 motherboard combo because the 10th-Gen Intel CPUs do not have the four additional PCIe lanes that are necessary to even be connected at all to that m.2 slot. Only the new 11th-Gen CPUs, which are due to become available this coming Tuesday, have the four extra PCIe 4.0 lanes to even utilize that m.2 slot at all.

 

And I would also like a better CPU cooler than that H60 V2. You see, that i9-10900K produces a lot more than 125W worth of heat - in fact, with Gigabyte's ignoring the power limits set forth by Intel, that i9-10900K actually produces more than 250W worth of heat! Under such a condition, that i9-10900K will throttle its clock speed down at even stock speeds when used with that H60 V2..

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Awesome ... thanks for the reply RJL 

Matt

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