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Denoise slowing down.

Community Beginner ,
Dec 16, 2023 Dec 16, 2023

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I'd gotten denoise down to smooth running. Now it's slowing down after a few photos. The first few are reasonably sticking to time, then suddenly the next and subsequent edits are treble the time. Closing down and restarting fixes it for one or two edits, then it happens again. I've updated to latest studio driver, and restarted the system, which did both a windows 10 AND a Dell bios upgrade. G3 15 3500 w 16 GB Ram,  GTX 1650ti w 4 GB Ram, LRC 13.01, Dell studio driver 31.0.15.4633, CPU i5 10300, OS win 10 v10.0.19045. the only thing it's saying that might cause it is GPU enabled = false. Camera Canon 5Dii. Trying loading from NVida CPanel. 

Any help appreciated. 

Thanks,

Col. 

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LEGEND , Dec 17, 2023 Dec 17, 2023

"GTX 1650ti w 4 GB Ram"

 

It sounds like a problem with how Lr is handling available memory, but this isn't helping. The Real World recommendation is a GPU with at least 8gb of RAM - and preferably a newer one with plenty of tensor cores.

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"GTX 1650ti w 4 GB Ram"

 

It sounds like a problem with how Lr is handling available memory, but this isn't helping. The Real World recommendation is a GPU with at least 8gb of RAM - and preferably a newer one with plenty of tensor cores.

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