I’m sure you all know how


I’m sure you all know how painful it is to work on a system with a CPU that is under 2.4GHZ and less than 2GB of RAM.

But the main thing is how much more fun and productive it can be on a good machine. With my new system I can render, export and burn DVDs at almost 5 times the speed of my old 3.0GHZ machine. No camparison really. If you want to edit video on the above mentioned machine it may be possible, no one can say for sure. My guess is that you may not even have a large enough hard drive to work with, Premiere requires about 40Gb of free space. Not to mention other software that could interfere and that the processor must have SSE2 support or it will not even install.

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