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I was rendering an after effects project that had around 1500 frames, but my core i5 760 took about 2 minutes to render that whole part up with a bit of lag in between. I'm only on stock speed 2.8ghz; so would it perform better if i purchase an aftermarket cooler for slight overclocking? I'm open for suggestions

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You should be able to overclock it slightly on the stock cooler, but it is recommended to buy an after market one and OC.
It should increase performance also I know Photoshop plays nice with CUDA so even a Nvidia GPU would help if you really need it to speed up.
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Yeah, im thinking of bumping it up to around 3.4 or something... would a cm hyper 212+ be an okay choice for it?

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CS5's mercury engine will boost up a lot of the rendering procedures in Premiere Pro and After Effects as noted above with any modern Nvidia GPU with over 1GB of VRAM and a small hack. Like video effects and transitions render in real time. I think this would help your performance a lot, but a good overclock would do it wonders as well.

the CM Hyper 212+ should definitely be good for 3.4ghz.
    
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thanks for the advice guys! I would get a new gpu to replace this ati 4350 but I don't game too much so i rather would go with a new cpu cooler biggrin.gif

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