1. Vishvjeet Arya's Avatar
    I want to know different configuration of PC from cheap to expensive which can handle Adobe After Effects and Premier Pro with ease and to their full capacity.
    02-21-2018 03:31 PM
  2. TechFreak1's Avatar
    I want to know different configuration of PC from cheap to expensive which can handle Adobe After Effects and Premier Pro with ease and to their full capacity.
    If you want something cheap then you would be looking at Ryzen (+ Vega graphics) APUs as GPUs prices are insane now.

    My XFX RX480 GTR (black edition) bought for £240 on amazon.co.uk goes for £400-£600... thanks to crytocurrency miners. I'm not selling mine as I'm not cashing into that and It's a very decent card (74.4% ASIC quality).

    The best place to look I would say is scan.co.uk bundles and see if you can price match them with individual PC components and fit it yourself if you want to save a little bit more.
    02-22-2018 04:00 AM

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