[Beckenham, 30/04/2021] - Inside Tech has a range of computers that are capable of the most demanding video editing tasks. With the fastest CPUs and GPU options and their offerings of RAM and storage expansions, the retailer ensures their clients that whether they are an enthusiast or a professional, their PC will get the job done.
The computer’s central processing unit (CPU) is the most important component of a video editing machine. It dictates just how fast an edit can be done. Its speed and number of cores contribute to how powerful a PC can be overall.
Inside Tech has a robust selection of capable CPUs. They offer anything from more budget-friendly options like the Intel 10th generation i3 processors to the top-of-the-line Threadripper series by AMD.
These options can be configured into just about any form factor, depending on the preferences of the client. The experts at Inside Tech can also make recommendations based on the needs of their clients.
Although most video editing software do not require dedicated graphics processing units or GPUs to run, some take advantage of hardware acceleration for encoding and rendering.
Inside Tech computers can come with NVIDIA graphics cards. Many video editing software take advantage of this brand’s CUDA acceleration which basically improves the performance of the program for that computer.
The retailer even offers the elusive RTX 30-series from NVIDIA. These items are incredibly sought after that there is a worldwide shortage.
RAM and Storage Expansions
The company also offers expansion options for both the random access memory or RAM and storage. Improving these components has a noticeable effect on the entire video editing workflow. Video editing machines can make the most of more RAM and faster and bigger storage.
About Inside Tech
The retailer sells a range of computers for different tasks like video editing, office workstations, gaming, and more. They also come in different sizes and prices. They help their clients choose the most applicable machines for their needs.
Learn more about them here: www.inside-tech.co.uk