Thanks Peter and thanks gareth. Where can i disable the Mercury Engine @PeterMcAuley ?
I deleted many files in my C:/Users Folder. After that my system got faster.
But i have not tried Premiere now.
I did a Free Space Wipe Session with CCleaner. It took 3 days^^
Now i installed Premiere and AE on my other Partition.
Another guy from the adobe forum told me that i could use this methods:
But i use mainly images for my seqeuences and this only supports video clips (resizing them for editing and using full resolution after editing for rendering).
I have another question: I use now very low graphic settings in my NVIDIA control panel.
Does the project will then also be rendered in lower quality or are these settings only affecting the display on my monitor?
If all this will not help, i will buy a new system.
You have a nice system @gareth.pickford So you use your video editing programs on your SSD?
If i would buy a new one i would also try 64 GB RAM.
Thanks for your offer to search at dell @PeterMcAuley
I found this offer here @ www.ultraforce.de (it’s a german supplier).
Mainboard ASUS PRIME X399-A
Prozessor AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X (8x 4.00GHz)
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 8GB
64GB DDR4-3000 RAM
2000GB S-ATA-III HDD
250GB SATA-III M.2 PCI-E SSD (Solid State Drive)
Dark Power Pro 11 850W Modular 80+ Platin
24x DVD burner
280mm Silent water cooling
Price is: 2.889,00 EUR, but they also offer 12 x monthly payments of 240,75 EUR without any xtra cash to pay.
They offer 5 years support
On Dell i configurated an AlienwareAurora:
It has a cooler built in the case
Intel® Core™ i7 8700 (6 Cores/12 Threads, bis zu 4,6 GHz mit Intel® Turbo-Boost-Technik, 12 MB Cache)
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 mit 8 GB GDDR5X
64 GB Dual-Channel-DDR4 bei 2.666 MHz
PCIe-SSD-Startfestplatte, 256 GB
+ SATA-Speicherfestplatte, 2 TB (7.200 1/min), 6 Gbit/s
460 W EPA, liquid cooled case,
Their system costs: 2.589,01 €
Their 4 Year support costs an extra 420 Euro
They offer free mouse and keyboard also