Adobe Premiere Pro CC Workstation

This Adobe Premiere Pro CC Workstation is built around the AMD Threadripper 2950X, providing a competitive amount of single-core performance, as well as capable CPU rendering when needed. The latest versions of Premiere Pro CC have been redesigned, giving a great balance between per-core performance, and overall rendering capability.

Premiere Pro CC doesn't do that well with multiple video cards, and isn't very reliant on the GPU either. However, GPU selection is still important, as you'll find out.

This Adobe Premiere Pro CC Workstation has been configured with 64GB of DDR4 RAM, a range of powerful and efficient NVIDIA video cards, and multiple storage options.

Overall System Performance

This Adobe Premiere Pro CC Workstation performs well in applications optimized for highly multithreaded CPUs, with moderate GPU rendering capabilities.

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Pricing

This Adobe Premiere Pro CC Workstation is $5000 as currently designed. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.

Extended Warranties

This system is available with extended warranties.

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