Hi Jeff, and thanks for the compliment, but there's lots of good brains in this Forum. Hopefully one will be along soon!
I don't think you're going to get SSE2 with any current Socket A processor.
SSE, yes, but SSE2, no.
I could easily be wrong on that, but I don't think so.
Anybody know for sure ????????????????????
I'm not familiar with the Premiere 6.0, or the Premiere Pro program.
I take it that you are reading the 'minimum system requirements' for the program, to discover that it needs SSE2 ???
That would seem to me to be terribly limiting as to what platforms you could run the program on, because to the best of my knowledge, SSE2 is only available on the Pentium systems, and possibly on the Athlon64.
But I can't even swear that it's avalable with the Athlon64.
I've just checked a couple of my systems and none have SSE2 enabled.
That's with an Athlon XP Thoroughbred 'B' 2200+, and a Barton 2500+
If it's not on my Barton system, I doubt that you're going to find it in Socket 'A'
Re: Sandra... she's a nice girl, but I wouldn't trust her any farther than I can throw her.
e.g. check the 'Barton 2500+' link in my sig below.
She says my FSB is "2x 150"
Right below that she says my "Max FSB is 2x 100"
Come on girl, you can't have it both ways!
The only thing I use her for these days is the "Memory Bandwidth Benchmark"
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