Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I am very confused I think the dv6000z has video card and does not! oops. (yes some do , like HP Elitebooks "8540w") so what is good system for doing video rendering.? We all know that the least expensive is too slow. So what is the best bang for the buck on this job. video rendering. (sorry forgot to tell what editor I am using)nor of 4k is a goal.
When it comes to graphics, your cpu speed and ability is just as important as your video card. Another factor is system ram; you need at least 4 gb. With your processor being so old, and your system so limited in ram, it seems to me you should put your money towards a good gaming laptop with Intel i7 and a dedicated memory graphics card. The 17-inch size helps everything run cooler, and is sometimes relatively less expensive as well, what with consumers preferring the smaller screens. A large screen is better for video editing, too.
Posted on Dec 21, 2018
Definetly the ati one. 120 stream processors is really good and it has
Posted on May 27, 2009
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