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Cannot use the liquify tool

Explorer ,
May 17, 2023 May 17, 2023

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I cannot use the Liquify tool at all & I think it's because my computer is old & the video card is too small.  I don't know if I should buy a new small gaming computer ( suggested by the guy that works on my desktop ) OR put in a bigger Nvida video card,  mine is only 2.0 GB.   

 

Is that possibly my problem or could it be something else. ?  I have CC so all of my updates get done regularly & so far it seems that everything else is working good. 

 

I don't do a lot of fancy work in PS,  but I recently purchased a program from another photographer that will require me to have a good working liquify tool.  It's using the new AI program tool , sounds exciting but I need everything working right first.  

 

I use Windows 10

 

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I hope this information helps someone help me. 

 

Thank you 

Janice Butler 

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May 19, 2023 May 19, 2023

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Here are the system requirements for Photoshop:

 

It looks like your GPU is too old based on the requirement that GPUs are less than 7 years old and the Nvidia GeForce GT 730 came out in 2014.

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May 19, 2023 May 19, 2023

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Hi @janiceb4 plainly - your GPU is not compatible and does not meet minimum requirements for current Photoshop builds. Your GPU is not DirectX 12 compatible, and has a speed of 719 mhz. (Recommended minimums are 2,000).

You will either need to upgrade your hardware to meet minimums, or roll back to a previous version of Photoshop. However, I'm not sure how far back you would need to go given these limited resources.

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