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I have old PC specs. Should I cancel my CC subscription?

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May 10, 2020

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My custom PC has old parts, noteably, the graphics card being 9 years old. For now, I'm mainly using CC apps like Adobe XD and Photoshop for Android development and light workflow for images for a novel I'm writing. But, this may change when I have a need for more CC apps in the subscription, perhaps for my soon to start business, etc. For instance, I may have a need to use Indesign for business flyers or Premier Pro for video editing. Are my old custom PC specs listed below good enough for Adobe CC 2020? Thanks.

 

A related issue: In Adobe XD, when I zoom in and out of the pasteboard greater than or less than 100%, I see a thin white line between elements on the artboard. This doesn't happen when the zoom is at 100%. This is probably because my graphics card is old. And I already updated the driver for the card. Here is the link to the Adobe forum post here:  https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd/thin-white-line-between-two-elements-on-artboard-when-zoomin...

 

My PC Specs:

 

Motherboard: Asus P6T (not SE or Delux)

CPU: intel core i7 (920 @2.67GHz)

RAM: Corsair Vengeance 24GB DDR3 (3 x 8GB) - CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B

Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Primary Drive: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD

Secondary Drive: Western Digital 1TB HDD

Power supply: Corsair TX850W 850 Watts

Monitors: Dual monitor, 2 - 24 inch Dell 24SE2416H Monitors

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I have old PC specs. Should I cancel my CC subscription?

New Here ,
May 10, 2020

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My custom PC has old parts, noteably, the graphics card being 9 years old. For now, I'm mainly using CC apps like Adobe XD and Photoshop for Android development and light workflow for images for a novel I'm writing. But, this may change when I have a need for more CC apps in the subscription, perhaps for my soon to start business, etc. For instance, I may have a need to use Indesign for business flyers or Premier Pro for video editing. Are my old custom PC specs listed below good enough for Adobe CC 2020? Thanks.

 

A related issue: In Adobe XD, when I zoom in and out of the pasteboard greater than or less than 100%, I see a thin white line between elements on the artboard. This doesn't happen when the zoom is at 100%. This is probably because my graphics card is old. And I already updated the driver for the card. Here is the link to the Adobe forum post here:  https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-xd/thin-white-line-between-two-elements-on-artboard-when-zoomin...

 

My PC Specs:

 

Motherboard: Asus P6T (not SE or Delux)

CPU: intel core i7 (920 @2.67GHz)

RAM: Corsair Vengeance 24GB DDR3 (3 x 8GB) - CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B

Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Primary Drive: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD

Secondary Drive: Western Digital 1TB HDD

Power supply: Corsair TX850W 850 Watts

Monitors: Dual monitor, 2 - 24 inch Dell 24SE2416H Monitors

Topics

Account management, Creative Cloud, New user

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248

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Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn more

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