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Systems that Support Avid Express Pro and HD

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Are you looking at buying a new or used system to run Avid Express Pro? Then you need to look the Avid Express Pro System Requirements. Avid engineers have tested all of the machines listed to ensure that Avid will run effectively. This is a good guide to follow but if you are looking to purchase a non-brand machine then just match the requirements to fit your custom machine. Here are some of the basic requirements:
1. Processors: Dual or Single 2.4 GHz Xeon processor OR Pentium 4 1.6 GHz processor OR Pentium M 1.8 GHz processor (mobile configurations). Note: The boot drive should be IDE, SCSI, or SATA 7200 RPM. Do not use internal SCSI as a boot device if you also plan on adding external SCSI drives (in that case use IDE or SATA).
2. Operating System: Windows XP Professional w/ Service Pack 2

3. System Memory: 1.5 GB minimum, 2.0 GB recommended for HD and high stream count SD projects

4.Open GL graphics cards: NVidia QuadroFX 1400 PCI Express, NVidia QuadroFX 1300 PCI Express, Nvidia QuadroFX 1100 AGP 8X, NVidia QuadroFX 500 AGP 8X or NVidia Quadro4 980 XGL AGP 8X.

These are just a few guidelines to follow, make sure you check the Avid System Requirements for a more detailed listing.

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