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I just bought a Lenovo Thinkpad P51 laptop with an Nvidia quadro M2200 card. I thought I could use it normally in lightroom. But in the development module, I have weird things. When I go from one photo to the other, I have a pause where I get the old picture before the new one. Then I sometimes have flickering still in the same module. And I also have slowdowns
I have since checked the driver version of the card. Uninstall and reinstall lightroom CC Classic. But, no improvement.
Can you tell me this card is comptible and what are the card settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Thank you in advance.
Have you tried turning off the GPU acceleration in the Preferences - Performance tab? If that solves the problems, then you've got your answer.
Yes and it's OK. But, it existe perhaps Parameters of the GPU to use normally this GPU ?
Thank you very much
I have no idea, but because GPU acceleration is mainly for high resolution displays (like 4K and 5K displays) I wouldn't worry about it. The speed difference would probably very small anyway on your Thinkpad.
Thanks for your help. For information, I also work on a 2K external display. Is that why it's a problem?
No, the display does not cause the problem and Lightroom works fine with GPU acceleration turned off.
I uninstalled lightroom, then re-installed again and it's OK. I do not know why I had this problem !!!
Thank you all
Hi , i want to buy a thinkpad p51, but I don't know if is it will be good for graphic design apps , please If you can tell me if is it a good idea to buy one,.