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Which processor + video card would fit best Adobe Premiere 2022's requirements?

New Here ,
Dec 24, 2021 Dec 24, 2021

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Hello Everyone? I'm having trouble in deciding which of theese three laptops (That I can afford) would fit better with Adobe Premiere's requirements. The three have 16GB RAM (I'll expand it to 32 later)

 

1st: Ryzen 7 5700 U (8 core) with no external video card (I think it has VEGA)

2nd: Ryzen 5 5600H (6 core) +  GTX 1650

3rd: Intel i5 11260H (6 core) + RTX3060

 

The three have almost the same price. What would you choose according to premiere pro's needs?

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LEGEND , Dec 24, 2021 Dec 24, 2021

With Premiere Pro increasingly utilizing the GPU in newer and newer versions (feature-wise), I would definitely recommend the third option although the second option is workable. You do want the CPU and GPU performance balance to be relatively equal, and the i5-11260H/RTX 3060 combo has the best performance balance between the two. (It shall be known that the i5-11260H is not a Skylake rehash at all like previous H-series i5 CPUs, but is instead based on the newer Tiger Lake architecture that fi

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 24, 2021 Dec 24, 2021

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all of these specs work for premiere pro. Try it.

-Office : Adobe || Home : Resolve-

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Dec 27, 2021 Dec 27, 2021

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Thank you Ladriverni! Best wishes in this holidays!

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With Premiere Pro increasingly utilizing the GPU in newer and newer versions (feature-wise), I would definitely recommend the third option although the second option is workable. You do want the CPU and GPU performance balance to be relatively equal, and the i5-11260H/RTX 3060 combo has the best performance balance between the two. (It shall be known that the i5-11260H is not a Skylake rehash at all like previous H-series i5 CPUs, but is instead based on the newer Tiger Lake architecture that first debuted in the low-power quad-core 11th-Generation Intel Core CPUs from late 2020.) The Ryzen 5 5600H plus GTX 1650 is a bit CPU-heavy (performance-wise), while you want to avoid the first config (the Ryzen 5700U plus only integrated graphics) if it costs almost the same amount of money as the other two due to the 5700U actually being a weaker CPU than the 5600H while the 5700U laptop's performance is being bogged down by its weakling integrated GPU.

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Dec 27, 2021 Dec 27, 2021

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Understood. Thank you very much for your advice

 

Merry xmas!

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Guide ,
Dec 26, 2021 Dec 26, 2021

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I would opt for the Alder Lake CPU and an RTX GPU. 

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LEGEND ,
Dec 26, 2021 Dec 26, 2021

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Not currently available in laptops, I'm afraid. Alder Lake is currently desktop only. For mobile CPUs, Tiger Lake H is about as good as one would currently go for a Windows laptop. Mobile CPUs that are based on Alder Lake are not yet available, and we do not currently know when they will be released.

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Guide ,
Dec 26, 2021 Dec 26, 2021

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I didn't say buy an Alder Lake laptop. I am saying in the year 2021 that is what I would opt for. I know a lot of people want to get a laptop but as of now I still think the desktop computer is still worth having when using Premiere Pro. Don't get me wrong. In another year or two I will build my last desktop PC because I can only imagine what an iPad and MS Surface Pro will be able to do 6 years from now. 

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LEGEND ,
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The thread starter clearly needs a laptop. Not a desktop.

 

And a newer-gen desktop with a newer-gen discrete GPU would cost more than $2,000 USD just for even minimum performance specs. And that's not to mention that these newer CPUs run so hot that they require relatively expensive and relatively high-end cooling just to prevent overheating at stock settings. And all this is because Intel has had trouble getting its 10nm manufacturing process down pat for years, made even worse by the skyrocketing cost of newer discrete GPUs which remain almost as high today as the worst of the GPU price-hiked period. The desktop PCs today are clearly regressing compared to those of six years ago in terms of performance per dollar. The only affordable discrete GPUs that are on the market today are either obsolete or outdated or gimped, such that they would not have made much if any improvement (overall system performance wise) over the current-gen laptops. After all, you would not want a PC with such a powerful new-gen CPU perform slower overall than a six-year old quad-core CPU-powered PC that's equipped with a higher-end GPU of its vintage just because you equipped that newer PC with a weakling or ancient GPU. And this is because with a total system cost of around $1,200 USD, the best that one can do with a self-built desktop would be a system with a woeful imbalance between the CPU and GPU performance (the CPU is way more powerful than the discrete GPU - so much that the underperformance GPU would actually severely bottleneck the CPU).

 

Sorry, Andy, but you are currently out of touch with the current reality, especially when the average pay for workers in the US either remained flat or had decreased increased at a far lesser rate than the real price increases for the major PC components.

 

So, my recommendations are correct in the present-day pricing reality. Your recommendations assumed only that the prices never increased from their intended MSRPs. After all, your recommendations might change when even the cheapest new GPU costs more than double the price that was originally intended (say, a GPU that was supposed to cost only $350 ends up costing $800 to $900).

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Guide ,
Dec 27, 2021 Dec 27, 2021

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What is your deal? The OP has questions and concerns about the best configuration for Premiere Pro. Are they editing 8K Pro Res files? Are they editing 12K BRAW? As of now I think the desktop is the better option and worth recommending. If not I would have a laptop myself. Do you see my point? Will the OP consider a desktop? Who knows for sure? The OP might not be hip to Alder Lake. It is not that laptops don't work for a lot of people but some can throttle back and they usually do not have the high clock speed like the desktops. Don't get me wrong laptops are getting close to desktops for performance but people will post I have a powerful laptop why won't Premiere Pro playback my videos? Some video codecs just barely playback on my desktop PC without dropping frames. Do you see my point?  It does not hurt to get as much performance as possible. You never now what codecs will be in the new cameras from Canon, Sony, Nikon and Panasonic. 

I never suggest building a PC to the OP. In fact I never suggested building a PC to anyone in these forums ever. In fact whenever someone posts about building a PC I mention GPUs are expensive right now because of the semi conductor shortage and I never stated otherwise. Everyone one these forums knows that besides you makeing yuor rant a waste of time. That being said those prices don't have much of an impact on off the shelf  desktop PCs from Best Buy, HP, Dell or Newegg. It does not have much of an impact on Laptops from Dell, HP or Best Buy.

As of 2021 and 2022 it seems as though an RTX GPU and Alder Lake CPU will offer great performance when using Premiere Pro and be worth considering. That is not to say everyone will need that configuration. I simply threw it out there for people who are unaware of Alder Lake.  You never know who will read this thread looking to buy a new PC. 

RJL190365, I suggest you focus your time and effort into learning how to read and comprehend what you read so you don't come up with anymore outlandish interpretations. Your read way to many things into my post that simply were not there. Would you be willing to admit that? 



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Thank you both for your replies, don't engage in fight. I need a laptop because I often work in location, they record stuff that needs to be aired right away so waiting for upload and download times in my place is not an option. If not I would consider desktop obviously

 

Merry xmas!

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Your are welcome. Keep in mind I did not say you should get a desktop PC. Keep in mind you never know who is going to read the comments looking for advice. No one even bothered to ask what video files you will be editing. If it is H.264 it might be better to go with Intel because Intel CPUs with an IGPU support Quick Sync. It is good to have Quick Sync and Nvenc if you encode or decode H.264. In another 5 or 6 years from now a $1600.00 Dell Laptop might be able to edit multiple layers of 8K Pro Res.

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