Posted in News on 03/13/2019 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, School of Motion teamed up with Puget Systems and Adobe to develop the ultimate After Effects computer. School of Motion wanted to tackle this subject, but instead of simply figuring out a way to make After Effects run faster the team pondered a far more interesting question, can we build the worlds fastest After Effects computer?
Posted in News on 11/12/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Sam and Niko with Corridor Digital talk about some of their recommendations for must have gear for Filmmakers & Photographers. Sam and Niko also explain how Puget Systems workstations accelerated their workflow, allowing them to decrease their processing and render times, as well as our Lifetime Support that is included with every computer.
Posted in News on 11/08/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this review, Brady Betzel of postPerspective dives into how Puget Systems identified the right custom-built PC solution for him (specifically for post), how his experience was before, during and after receiving the system and, finally, specs and benchmarks of the system itself.
Posted in News on 10/26/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Destin with Smarter Every Day talks about his experience working with Puget Systems and shares his experience working with the Puget Systems team. He interviews some of the Puget Systems staff to get a better understanding of what sets Puget Systems apart and how recommended systems are designed for specific applications.
Posted in News on 10/26/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Destin with Smarter Every Day talks about his experience working with Puget Systems to solve his 4K 60fps rendering issues. A render that previously took 11 hours to complete, is now being done in only 2.5 hours. Live previews in Adobe Premiere are also 4.4X faster, allowing for more work to be done, in higher resolution without the need to pre-render footage in order to work the editing timeline.
Posted in News on 09/24/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Paul with RedGamingTech talks with Jon Bach, the Founder of Puget Systems. Paul and Jon discuss details about the overall PC industry and the approach that Puget Systems take and how we found our niche in the industry.
Posted in News on 09/12/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this review, Premiere Bro founder and editor, Sean Schools, will share his personal experience switching over to PC. Sean reviews switching to a customized workstation for Premiere Pro and considerations when switching from Mac to PC.
Posted in News on 08/17/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
VRFocus sat down with Wilson Chau, Customer Service Lead at Puget Systems to discuss the companies focus to deliver virtual reality (VR) ready solutions.
Posted in News on 08/01/2018 by Kelly Blake
Can you believe it's August already?! Where is the time going? As promised, the Puget Systems' newsletter is now a monthly publication. If you have topics you want to know more about in future issues, please send them in!
Posted in News on 08/01/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Puget Systems sits down and talks with Mike Pecci about the MAC vs PC debate and gets into how they firmly believe in supporting creative people and getting them what they need to do what they do best.
Posted in News on 07/25/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this review, the team at Tom's Hardware sat down with expert builder and Puget Systems President Jon Bach to find out what it takes to build professional grade workstations.
Posted in News on 07/09/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
Jeff, at Photo Taco, talks with computer building expert Matt Bach of Puget Systems about the best choices for building a Lightroom computer in 2018. They talk about all of the decisions to make to custom build a Windows computer, as well as the recommendations for where it is worth spending the money if you are buying a Mac or a PC from a big box store.
Posted in News on 05/02/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
Joel Beasley talks with Jon Bach, the Founder of Puget Systems. They discuss crafting company culture, why they are a computer company with no computers on their homepage, and Jon gives some advice to young entrepreneurs looking to break into the startup world.
Posted in News on 02/21/2018 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Matt Granger breaks down the real world performance in the Adobe CC of a Puget Systems workstation versus similarly priced 2018 iMac Pro.
Posted in News on 11/15/2017 by Jeremy Thomas
We partnered with Barnacules Nerdgasm to build his new Ultimate Gaming PC desktop computer designed to be the fastest Adobe Premiere rendering box currently possible. This machine has a 14 core Intel i9 processor with 128gb DDR4 memory and all NVME Samsung 960 Pro M.2 storage topped off with a pair of Titan Xp SLI (Pascal) graphics cards.
Posted in News on 07/06/2017 by Jeremy Thomas
In this video, Patrick Norton and Shannon Morse with TekThing talk about where you should spend your money for the best performance for an Adobe Premiere PC. They give props to the Puget Systems Labs department for their excellent guides for Premiere Pro builds.
Puget Systems has been providing quad socket workstations for years now. Today, we refresh that product with a new duo of quad socket workstations that offer even more capacity, better cooling, and quieter operation.
Posted in News on 06/02/2014 by Chris Stephens
Last week Puget Systems was part of the Pacific Northwest Defense Symposium. The symposium, a gathering of businesses from Washington and Oregon, helps members looking for a better understanding of the 36 month outlook on Department of Defense issues. We were happy to be a sponsor of this event and Jon Bach, our company president, was invited to speak as a panelist.
Posted in News on 02/27/2014 by Chris Stephens
Puget Systems had the privilege of hosting Congressman Dave Reichert (WA-8) for a roundtable discussion with other small business leaders from the area. The meeting was organized by the Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition (PNDC), a group of businesses in Washington and Oregon.
We had a great time at PDXLAN23 this weekend, where we were both a sponsor and an attendee. We came to show our business products, to help out attendees with free loaner equipment and repair services, to give away some great prizes, and...of course, to game!