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MSP16 Photoshop Lag: Wrong Graphic Processor beeing used!

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pridal
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Joined: Sat 14. Jul 2018, 15:08

MSP16 Photoshop Lag: Wrong Graphic Processor beeing used!

Postby pridal » Wed 6. Feb 2019, 21:24

Hi,
I got the MobileStudio Pro 16 with 512GB.
Like for many others, Photoshop lags for me since I got it, while other programs such as ClipSutdioPaint work fine.

I have already tried to set the windows energy options to "highest performance", didn't help.

But now i have seen something strange: in the Photoshop settings, it shows that it uses "Intel Iris Graphics 550" as Graphic Processor, and not the nvidia one!

i can't find an option to change that.

Is that maybe the problem of the photoshop lag?

wacom5
Posts: 546
Joined: Tue 8. Aug 2017, 14:35

Re: MSP16 Photoshop Lag: Wrong Graphic Processor beeing used!

Postby wacom5 » Thu 7. Feb 2019, 08:15

Hi.
Photoshop should be able to use the Nvidia card by default. You can also change this through the Nvidia Control Panel advanced settings.
I recommemend that you take a look at this article. Specially item number 7.
https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/troubleshoot-gpu-graphics-card.html


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