Do you want to upgrade or buy to a more powerful video editing computer CPU (Central Processing Unit)…?
Let's take a look at your computer's CPU and get a better understanding of what it is and what it does...!
The process of video editing is a very CPU intensive one! Billions of calculations go into modifying even the most basic of video clips. When looking to buy a new video editing computer or upgrade the CPU in your existing one...
it's a good idea to know all you can about the "brain" of your computer... the CPU!
A CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is effectively the "brains" of the video editing computer or the digital device it occupies!
The most familiar CPUs are found inside desktop and laptop PCs, yet a great variety of types of CPUs are used to drive all kinds of embedded electronic systems also... Hard drives, network switches, and digital mobile phones are just a few examples of embedded electronic systems that utilize a CPU.
The CPU's role is to manage the entire functionality of the electronic device it occupies. Even in computer chips specifically designed for a particular function the CPU embedded in it is a vital component.
The FSB or Front-Side Bus (sometimes called the Internal Bus) on the computer motherboard is the main path or "highway" for data transfer inside of a computer... It connects all of the major components, such as the...
A faster front-side bus can increase performance and responsiveness by transferring data to components within the computer faster. The faster the FSB speed... the faster the I/O (Input/Output) data and commands are delivered to their destinations throughout the computer.
The CPU cache is a smaller faster memory which stores copies of the data from the most frequently used main memory locations.
CPU cache design is very important in the highly competitive microprocessor market as it is directly responsible for improved CPU and system performance. The job of the CPU cache is to anticipate data requests when the user opens a frequently used program.
For example... When opening a video editing software program the instructions required to run that program are put at the ready by storing them in the CPU cache and making them ready for use when a command is entered.
When you enter a command the video editing computer CPU can now process the request without the delay of going through additional circuitry, which will drastically improve your editing computer's performance.
A multi-core processor (CPU) is an integrated circuit (IC) to which two or more processor cores have been attached for...
A dual core processor is nearly twice as powerful as a single core processor. With the Intel Pentium and AMD Athlon multi-core processors the core count became a new way of establishing processor performance.
In short... A LOT! ... Here's an example...
Unfortunately, there's no absolutely accurate way to predict how much a faster CPU will improve your video rendering speed... There are many factors that influence this... Front-side bus speed, the speed of your RAM, the speed of your hard drive, etc.
But... it's safe to say that a faster CPU will always help to speed up your project.
The video editing computer CPU is the key to having enough computing power to run your video editing software easily…!
So… Just make sure that you choose the right one when you're buying your video editing computer…!