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Optimización Illustrator 2020 Windows 11 en Legion 2022 (Intel 12700H 32Gb Nvidia RTX 3070 SSD M.2)

Community Beginner ,
Dec 26, 2023 Dec 26, 2023

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He utilizado este tutorial para optimizar Illustrator 2020 en mi portatil Legion 2022:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGKm0G59hPw&ab_channel=FLIXITY

 

pero aun teniendo un portatil bastante potente, bastante RAM y una gráfica potente, tarda MUCHO en guardar algunos diseños (con muchas capas o capas en 3D o perpectiva) aun activando que el portatil utilice sólo la Nvidia RTX 3070 y no la gráfica integrada y teniendo el portátil conectado a la pared, Illustrator seguía tardando mucho tanto en guardar como en manejar por ejemplo el Raytracing cuando tenía que manejar capas con objetos en 3D.

 

Pensé que teniendo un portátil relativamente potente y despues de seguir esa configuracion que indica en el vídeo, no tendría esos "tirones" ni esas dificultades para manejar diseños que solo con tener algun objeto en 3D ya se ralentizan muchísimo.

 

¿Qué estoy haciendo mal? Está claro que un equipo así debería rendir muchísmo mejor con Illustrator incluso con objetos en 3D.

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Dec 26, 2023 Dec 26, 2023

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Hello @ShaggyAD2018,

Sorry to hear about your experience. Would you mind trying to update the OS (https://adobe.ly/3H3YW97) and Illustrator (https://adobe.ly/3GXCJcZ) application to the latest version and trying the suggestions shared in this help article (https://adobe.ly/3GYWiBS) and checking if they help?

Also, kindly try saving the files to a different location, like a folder on your desktop and share your observations.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

 

Thanks,

Anubhav

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 27, 2023 Dec 27, 2023

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(Sorry, before I answer your response, I said that my Illustrator version is 2020 but is the 2022 version.)

 

  • Windows 11 is already up-to-date with the latest updates available.

 

  • I'm not going to update Illustrator. The program should work fine "as is".

 

The solution can't be "Ah, in 2022 a sold you a defective program, so go and spend more time and money to buy me another version of the program that you already have and that, if the one you have worked as fine as expected, you shouldn't need to upgrade".

 

No, the Illustrator 2022 should work fine in 2022 and today.

 

My system is optimized and I control the "start with Windows" programs. That's not the problem, and with 32Gb of DDR5 RAM, not at all.

 

The problem is that when I open the "Task manager" in Windows and check workload of the Geforce 3070, it doesn't work at all or even have puntual workloads peaks of 3-10%.

 

The full workload is over the Intel 12700H shoulders with all it's cores working 100% while the expensive and powerfull RTX 3070 almost stays at 0% and don't contribute at all to the system's performance.

Even having already done the graphic's card configuration on Windows 11 shown on this tutorial:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGKm0G59hPw&ab_channel=FLIXITY

 

Illustrator is not taking any advance of using the RTX3070, and it shoudn't be that way. I use After Effects and Premiere, and there is a vey very clear performance increase using the RTX 3070 Nvidia Engine Acceleration in those programs, also the 2022 version.

 

Why I can't I get any performance benefict of my dedicated graphic card also in Illustrator?

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Hello @ShaggyAD2018,

 

I appreciate your detailed explanation of the situation. I understand your concern and frustration regarding the performance of Illustrator on your powerful laptop with an Nvidia RTX 3070.

 

While you mentioned that Windows 11 and Illustrator 2022 are up-to-date, it's crucial to note that performance improvements and compatibility updates are often included in the latest versions. Updating Illustrator to the latest version (v28.1) may address some of the performance issues you are encountering. The updates are available for free through the Creative Cloud Desktop application.

 

I also acknowledge your perspective on expecting the software to work optimally with the existing version.

 

However, software updates, in addition to introducing new features, often include performance enhancements, bug fixes, and compatibility improvements with the latest hardware configurations.

 

Here are a few steps you can consider:

  • Please update Illustrator to the latest version (v28.1) using the Creative Cloud application. It might bring improvements and better compatibility. You can retain the 2022 version of Illustrator and keep both 2024 & 2022 for performance comparison.

  • Monitor the GPU usage in the Windows Task Manager while running Illustrator. Check if Illustrator is utilizing the RTX 3070 properly after the update.

 

I hope these suggestions help. If you encounter any challenges or have further questions, feel free to let us know.

 

Best,

Anshul Saini

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