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What's The Best Graphics Card for PS 2021?

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Nov 05, 2020

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I've been using the same graphics card for photo editing for serveral years but after upgrading to

the latest version of PS, I'm finding PS 2021 takes longer to boot up, photo editing plug-ins crash

not to mention other PS functions that don't work well because they require CPU acceleration.

I'd like your recommendations on which card to install for optimum speed and efficiency.

My current system:

32 RAM

Windows 64 bit OS

Intel core i7 4790

Intel HD graphics 4600

 

Thanks!

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What's The Best Graphics Card for PS 2021?

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I've been using the same graphics card for photo editing for serveral years but after upgrading to

the latest version of PS, I'm finding PS 2021 takes longer to boot up, photo editing plug-ins crash

not to mention other PS functions that don't work well because they require CPU acceleration.

I'd like your recommendations on which card to install for optimum speed and efficiency.

My current system:

32 RAM

Windows 64 bit OS

Intel core i7 4790

Intel HD graphics 4600

 

Thanks!

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Crash or freeze, Problem or error, Windows

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Nov 05, 2020

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Start with teh minimum system requirements and meet or exceed those.

https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/photoshop/system-requirements.html

https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cc-gpu-card-faq.html

 

 

So on Windows you are looking for a GPU with DirectX 12 support and at least 2 GB of dedicated VRAM. If you stick with a card meeting those requirements and released in teh last 2-4 years you should be OK.

 

Dave

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