Lightroom Classic Laggy on Mac Pro 2010

New Here ,
Mar 03, 2021 Mar 03, 2021

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Hey everyone,

My Lightroom is being laggy on my Mac Pro Mid 2010.

I've upgraded it to Mojave with PCIE Card for an ssd (samsung EVO 860 - 512GB) to boot, and it has a new Graphics card (Radeon Pulse RX580 8GB) with 24GB ram. PCIE slot with USB 3.0 ports.

Before the pandemic Lightroom was working just fine and absolutely fast within the same configuration as it still does on my Macbook pro Retina Mid 2012 16GB ram.

Lightroom is on the latest version on both my Macs (10.1.1). And I can't seem to understand why everything is lagging by a second. It's with each and everything, be it clicking next on photos, to changing collections, and all else. Camera Raw is working absolutely fine without too much lag.

 

I have tried Graphic acceleration and also switched it off to test. Still no diffrence. My lightroom Catalog also sits on a 2TB SSD ( Samsung EVO 860).

 

I deleted Lightroom completely and reinstalled it. No help there as well.

Any help is appreciated.

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LEGEND ,
Mar 03, 2021 Mar 03, 2021

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Maybe you have a very old and slow CPU that doesn't have enough power for the current needs of Lightroom Classic.

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Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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