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HP Envy 17 Notebook
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I need help optimizing my Adobe Premier CC on my laptop. I am running a HP Envy Intelcore - i74510 with a CPU @ 2.00 GHz

 

To be honest I really dont know what any of this info means but I do know I need to upgrade my video card. But from what I understand I c annot do so on an HP Envy b/c the card is built into the mother board. 

 

So it seems that the only course of action to make this computer run premier adiquately is to upgrade the motherboard. This seems kinda extreme. 

 

What should I look for, in a motherboard, to speed up premier

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Hi,

 

What is your Envy 17 ?  Please use the following instructions to find out the model/product of your machine:

  http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108

 

Upgrading motherboard ? Well, you are talking about buying a new computer here. But before we have a proper recommendation we need to know what is your machine.

 

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Ok here's my info 

 

HP Envy 17 Noteboock PC

Product # G0U23AV

(I dont know if the Product 3 uses a "zero" or anupper case "O")

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12 GB Memory

Processor Intelcore i7-4510U CPU @ 2.00 GHz

 

From what I understand my father has a HP Evny Notebook as well but his is newer and runs premire perfectly fine.

 

He has a

HP Evny Notebook

Product # M9X66AV

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16 GB Memory

Procssor Intelcore  i7-6500U CPU @ 2.50 GHz

 

so what do these differences add up to? How can I make my PC run better can I upgrade my components? Will buying an external hard drive that runs at a high RPM and stroing the files and accessing them from the external drive (rather than my internal drive) work better?

 

What are some options? 

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