Graphics card?

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Dec 19, 2020

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Hello- I've been learning Photoshop and saw a video on rendering trees, flames, etc. I may never use it but when I tried playing with it the reder trees, lighting effects, stc is greyed out. I've searched the forum and tried many solutions none that worked. My maching is older 3-4 years I think) but I am running Win 10 (updated) have an Intel 6 series chipset with 32 GB of RAM. Where I go into preferences/performance I see my graphics card is displayed (AMD Radeon HD 6450) and if I select Use Graphics Peocessor and go to Advanced Settings the Open CL setting is greyed out. If I try to Render tree I get a "graphics initialation error:HRESULTerror:".    To make it even more confusing if I use PS CC 22.1 my grapphics card is displayed, If I use PS CC 22.4. the graphics card is not displayed. I'm assuming that since the OpenCL seting is greyed out (and many answers to the greyed out qustion involved selecting OpenCL) my card will not work this feature. If this is true, I know the motherboard (HP win32 2UA1210KXL) how can I find a better graphics card that will fit my system? I really don't want to scrap the system just for this feature because I am retired and on a budget. 

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Hi just go for latest edition of graphic cards which are released in 2020 for better experience.....regards

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Graphics card?

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Hello- I've been learning Photoshop and saw a video on rendering trees, flames, etc. I may never use it but when I tried playing with it the reder trees, lighting effects, stc is greyed out. I've searched the forum and tried many solutions none that worked. My maching is older 3-4 years I think) but I am running Win 10 (updated) have an Intel 6 series chipset with 32 GB of RAM. Where I go into preferences/performance I see my graphics card is displayed (AMD Radeon HD 6450) and if I select Use Graphics Peocessor and go to Advanced Settings the Open CL setting is greyed out. If I try to Render tree I get a "graphics initialation error:HRESULTerror:".    To make it even more confusing if I use PS CC 22.1 my grapphics card is displayed, If I use PS CC 22.4. the graphics card is not displayed. I'm assuming that since the OpenCL seting is greyed out (and many answers to the greyed out qustion involved selecting OpenCL) my card will not work this feature. If this is true, I know the motherboard (HP win32 2UA1210KXL) how can I find a better graphics card that will fit my system? I really don't want to scrap the system just for this feature because I am retired and on a budget. 

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Hi just go for latest edition of graphic cards which are released in 2020 for better experience.....regards

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Hi just go for latest edition of graphic cards which are released in 2020 for better experience.....regards

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Thank you. I do appreciate your input.

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