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gregory sawik
Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
on May 1, 2019 at 12:52:41 pm

Hej, i am asking for a quick advice for adobe after effect and premiero pro pc. Buying pc and procesor of choice shred to 2 ones, first is a budget 3570 and second is 3770. In benchmark 3770 is faster about 30 %, but is much more expensive than 3570. My question is it worth spend more money when it`s comes to rendering and exporting clips ? Is it much more faster (30 %) than 3570 in app and ae?


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Jeff Pulera
Re: Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
on May 1, 2019 at 2:01:17 pm

Buying a Core i5 processor for video editing would be money ill-spent. You absolutely want a minimum of a Core i7 for video work and would regret saving a few bucks for anything less. Memory, graphics, storage are all things that can be upgraded at a later date if desired, but if you skimp on the heart of the system, nothing else matters and you are stuck with it since not easily upgradeable.

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Jeff Pulera
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gregory sawik
Re: Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
on May 12, 2019 at 8:17:58 am

As far i know, the most important is how many physical core have processor. But what about Xeons? I have option for buying dell workstation with E3-1241 V3 in same price as i7 4770. Imma going use adobe premiere and ae sometimes for maximum 2k format. But i dont know wich core is better for faster renderin/exporting. I think better is Xeon, but i might get wrong here...


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gregory sawik
Re: Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
on May 12, 2019 at 8:36:39 am

Sorry i meant 1246 v3


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Jeff Pulera
Re: Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
on May 13, 2019 at 2:06:57 pm

Do NOT get a XEON for Premiere, you want a Core i7 or Core i9 for best performance, and of course a suitable GPU compatible with hardware acceleration in Premiere and 32GB RAM (16GB minimum, but 32GB is better especially if editing 4K).

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Jeff

Jeff Pulera
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