Problem with Mac graphics card (radeon 5750) and PP?

I've had Apple try to solve the sluggish scrubbing and editing problem in Premiere Pro CS6 on my iMac (i7 2.93GH with 12 GB RAM). They have replaced the internal disk, the logic board, and 5750 processor, all with no solution. What's the solution?
Is there an unsolvable problem with this processor and Premiere Pro?

Welcome to the forums, and congratulations on your excellent English usage and grammar.
The usual cause of video problems in these iMacs is something called the PAV board. The graphics cards themselves are seldom an issue. The board can be replaced as a unit, and is usually available on eBay as a iMac PAV board or Down Converter.
It's not a normal user replacable item. Although some posters here do it regularly, I don't. I find it more efficient to buy another unit off eBay. Often the used iMacs are nearly the same price as the PAV boards.
Takeapart for swapping drives - slot load is a series of pictures that will help if you need to open the machine.

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