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Regarding the photo export speed in LR

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Aug 13, 2020

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Last week I bought a Dell Inspiron laptop with i7-10th Gen processor, 16GB RAM, and Nvidia GeForce Mx250 2GB Graphics card. I am aware that this graphics card is an entry-level one. However, I was told that for photo editing this card was enough.  Therefore, I was expecting a better performance when compared to my prev laptop which had only i5-6th Gen processor,  8GB RAM, and Intel integrated graphics card.

In this laptop, what I noticed is that when I export photos in LR after editing, the difference in the speed of exporting is not that great.  It is better when compared to the previous laptop, but I am not sure if that is it? I expected that exporting would be way faster. Can someone tell me if this is normal despite having a dedicated 2GB RAM graphics card, latest i7 processor, and 16GB RAM or if this graphics card is not good enough? 

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Regarding the photo export speed in LR

New Here ,
Aug 13, 2020

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Last week I bought a Dell Inspiron laptop with i7-10th Gen processor, 16GB RAM, and Nvidia GeForce Mx250 2GB Graphics card. I am aware that this graphics card is an entry-level one. However, I was told that for photo editing this card was enough.  Therefore, I was expecting a better performance when compared to my prev laptop which had only i5-6th Gen processor,  8GB RAM, and Intel integrated graphics card.

In this laptop, what I noticed is that when I export photos in LR after editing, the difference in the speed of exporting is not that great.  It is better when compared to the previous laptop, but I am not sure if that is it? I expected that exporting would be way faster. Can someone tell me if this is normal despite having a dedicated 2GB RAM graphics card, latest i7 processor, and 16GB RAM or if this graphics card is not good enough? 

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