Collection: Video Editing PC

High-End Budget Video Editing PC

Experience an unparalleled video editing experience with the PCs listed here, all designed to run DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere seamlessly.

While past reports from 2020 suggested that Intel was superior for video editing tasks, the pendulum has swung in favor of AMD, particularly for rendering workloads on Adobe Premier Pro. Our preferred choice for video editing projects is the powerful Ryzen 9 5950x. Although GPU acceleration is advantageous, often, a graphics card more advanced than an RX 570 or 580 4GB or 8GB doesn't significantly boost performance, especially when considering the cost-to-performance ratio. However, for gaming enthusiasts, a higher-end graphics card will undoubtedly enhance FPS, resulting in an excellent gaming experience when paired with the right CPU and GPU combination.

Suggested Configurations

For editing in 1080p & 1440p, 16GB RAM should suffice. However, for 4K video editing, consider upgrading to 32GB RAM.

A CPU with a higher core count, ranging from 6 to 16 cores, will ensure quicker video rendering and a snappier editing experience. Rest assured, every PC we offer has been rigorously tested to handle these workloads.

As for the graphics card, an RX 570 or better is recommended. Although DaVinci Resolve utilizes GPU Acceleration and suggests the RTX 3060 12GB due to its NVENC controller, you'll find a lower-end card will be satisfactory for Adobe Premiere.

In conclusion, while it's possible to conduct video editing with modest specifications, superior specs will always result in improved performance.

Please note that this text refers to "Video Editing PC" and provides suggestions for configurations suitable for video editing tasks with software like DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere. It talks about the advantage of higher-end specs like the Ryzen 9 5950x for rendering tasks and the significance of GPU and RAM size depending on the tasks you plan to undertake. The last part suggests suitable hardware based on your workload and the software you're planning to use.

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