Stationary Computers to easily run DaVinci Resolve 18, and then some.
|Platforms||Linux, Mac OS X, Windows|
Non-linear editing system originally developed by Da Vinci Systems. Although the latest versions are fully featured for video editing it's still better known by its original capabilities in color correction and grading. Blackmagic distributes both a free and paid version of the software. The cost for the paid version of DaVinci Resolve is $299 (as of 2018).
Computer Specs to Look For
If you're conducting your own search, the following specs are the most common in mass-produced PCs capable of taking advantage of DaVinci Resolve 18's advanced features:
Compatible Ready-Made Systems
The following Stationary Computers exceed the recommended specs for DaVinci Resolve 18; leaving you more overhead for plug-ins, and handling uncommonly complex tasks.
Matches are sorted by price, so if what you see doesn't match your expectations and you can afford to pay more, feel free to move on to the next page.
Acer Predator Orion 5000 PO5-640-ER11 (DG.E2UAA.002)
This powerful computer boasts impressive specs promising to deliver uncompromising gaming experiences. This kind of horsepower could even come in hand
Performance in selected Apps
Who it's For
- Long-Term Gamer
- Serious Video Editor
- Serious Photo Editor
- Hardcore Graphic Designer
|Bang for the Buck|
Windows 11, Home Edition
Intel Core i7-12700F
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, 10 GB
32 GB, Dual-Channel
2 TB total, Solid State (very fast), 72000+ RPM hard drive (fast)