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canyonlake1
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Are i7 7700 Processor & Nvidia GeForce GT710 Compatible w/ Lubin 82F2?

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The subject line is the 1st question.  Then, if either are compatible, how do I check to see if I have enough power and cooling?

 

Also...I need just a little more GPU for video editing in PremierPro and I have now idea if the GT710 will do anything for me?

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Greetings,

Welcome back to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

I would need the specific HP product number to check system specs. 570-P0xx does not provide enough info. You may need a bigger power supply and additional RAM.

 

I can tell you the GT710 is not recommended. You would also need a very fast SSD to edit videos efficiently.

 

The specs for running Premier Pro are at this (Link). Click on the embedded site link to see additional info on recommended graphics card.

 

You also need a ASIO sound card.

 

Regards

 

 

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Here are the numbers I found related to the HP...

 

Device ID:   9613B136-667E-41CA-9EBB-3836D2BE1CDD

Product ID:  00325-80000-00000-AAOEM

System SKU: Z5N85AA#ABA

 

Improvements I've made so far...

  • Bumped RAM up to 32GB DDR4 @2400 
  • Moved boot to 250GB HD SSD
  • Replaced HDD with 500GB Samsung 860 EVO V-NAND SSD
  • CD drive currently disconnected b/c board only has 2 SATA ports

New setup boots fast and runs well.  Benchmarking tool has me curious if something I've done is slowing the i5 processor down?  I haven't overclocked.  I'm having trouble figuring out how to map files/apps/cache to the right drives.  Just your typical case of "I don't know what I'm doing but I'm learning more than I wanted to."

 

Thanks  a ton for your help!

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Hi Canyonlake1,

 

You're very welcome.

 

Regards

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Too complicated?  I apologize.

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