Best Graphics Card for Lightroom 6

Best Graphics Card for Lightroom 6 – When configured (Preferences > Performance), Lightroom Classic can use a compatible graphics processor (also called a graphics card, video card, or GPU) to speed up tasks of displaying and adjusting images in the Develop module, the Library module’s Grid view, Loupe view, and Filmstrip. Enhance Details is also accelerated by the GPU. Using a compatible GPU can provide significant speed improvements on high-resolution displays, such as 4K and 5K monitors.

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1.ASUS Geforce GTX 1050 Ti

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2.ASUS Phoenix NVIDIA

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3.ASUS GeForce 4GB HDMI

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4.XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX

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5.EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

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Best Graphics Card for Lightroom 6 – A while ago, Adobe finally added Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Acceleration to its Lightroom post-processing software. It was exciting news, as many photographers could not wait to take advantage of their fast GPU cards in order to speed up Lightroom, which was getting painfully slower with each new release. Unfortunately, GPU acceleration turned out to be a painful feature for many Lightroom users overtime, because they either saw no benefit at all, or saw very few improvements of it in their post-processing work. In this article, we will explore GPU acceleration in more detail and explain what it is used for and when it is of no use.

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