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Disattivare il CPU

New Here ,
Jan 31, 2023 Jan 31, 2023

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Salve, ho un iMac del 2013 con suite 2023

Ho un problema con illustrator, non so cosa ho premuto ora il mio file RGB risulta Anteprima CPU e qualsiasi cosa facessi (preferenze, aggioramento ecc) non riesco a disattivarlo. Tutti i file nuovi riportano lo stesso problema, sono tutti Anteprima CPU e nessuno è più Anteprima come prima, sto impazzendo, le prestazioni sono molto rallentate... Mi aiutate per favore?

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Community Expert , Jan 31, 2023 Jan 31, 2023

Your 2013 Mac GPU is pretty low end for current Creative Cloud builds.

Example: Photoshop 2023 minimum requirements (which I use for determining proper GPU power) has a minmum requirement of 2,000 ops/sec with 2 GB VRAM and Metal compatibility. Your iMac either has an Intel Iris or GeForce GT750 which the faster of the two only clocks in at 750 ops/sec and only 1 GB of VRAM. 

With that in mind, I would think anything requiring GPU processing on current Illustrator builds would suffer due to the

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Jan 31, 2023 Jan 31, 2023

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Hello @giulia281872577o3v,

 

Sorry to hear about this experience. Would you mind checking if GPU Performance is checked under Illustrator's preferences and sharing your observations?

AnubhavMajumder_0-1675172098971.png

 

Also, try resetting preferences manually and sharing your observations:
• Close all Adobe applications.
• Go to the following locations
• ~/Library/Caches
• ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe
• ~/Library/Preferences
• Rename Adobe Illustrator, com.adobe.illustrator and Adobe Illustrator 27 Settings folders to Adobe Illustrator.old, com.adobe.illustrator.old and Adobe Illustrator 27 Settings.old
• Launch Illustrator from the Creative Cloud.

Note: Location starting with this "~" sign indicates the User Library, which is hidden. So, you need to copy & paste the exact path in spotlight search or from Finder Menu > Go > Go to Folder > Paste the location in the dialog box like this:

Anshul_Saini_0-1643743865628.png
Disclaimer: Please note that renaming preferences folders will remove all the custom settings, and Illustrator will launch with default settings. You can also save a backup of the folders in case you want to. The location is mentioned above.

 

Looking forward to your response.

 

Thanks,

Anubhav

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Jan 31, 2023 Jan 31, 2023

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Hi Anubhav,

thank you for your reply. I noticed that if before importing my pictures I resized them a little bit, the switch to Preview CPU didn't happen. So i resized a little all the pictures and for now it's going fine. Still don't understand why if I don't resize the phots (they aren't very big or heavy) the file switch tbh.

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Your 2013 Mac GPU is pretty low end for current Creative Cloud builds.

Example: Photoshop 2023 minimum requirements (which I use for determining proper GPU power) has a minmum requirement of 2,000 ops/sec with 2 GB VRAM and Metal compatibility. Your iMac either has an Intel Iris or GeForce GT750 which the faster of the two only clocks in at 750 ops/sec and only 1 GB of VRAM. 

With that in mind, I would think anything requiring GPU processing on current Illustrator builds would suffer due to the low power/RAM of your graphics cards.

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Now I understand... Yes my iMac has GeForce GT750

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