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Adobe has said you want all the ram you can get on both the system and the videocard., As many cores you can get on the cpu and plus more than a single hard-drive for rendering. The best case being: one to read the video files from, a free scratch disk, and a drive to write the final files to. All Hard-drives should be direct connected and not through a usb or thunderbolt. This is best way to reduce rendering times for a home user with a limited budget. Adobe does put out a great product pretty hard to knock it. Like a lot of new things there is a learning curve, but Adobe is great at insuring there are books to help for all their products.