Lightroom sounds very task-oriented, with some tasks relying more heavily on CPU and other tasks more heavily on GPU. It's known to be a dog's...
Do you have a sense of much of a speed improvement we could expect from the 2021 lineup vs the 7750 (or in my case, a 7730)? I hammer away at...
So potentially a few more months until they are announced and begin shipping?
Are there any rumors about a successor to the 7730/7740/7750? New versions usually get released around May from what I recall. I think it's...
Thanks for that. Was it a straight forward process? Did you see much performance gain after the upgrade?
That was going to be my next question. My 7730 has a Radeon Pro WX 4150 installed. I'll have to do some Googling.
Thanks. Is that a good price?
Too bad. Thanks.
Will that work with a 7730?
There's no shame in that. I almost bought a second Dragon myself, back in the day.
I thought of using it for movies but I either use a TV or an iPad Pro 12.9" for that now.
You have two of them??
I don't know. Just wondering if/how others are still using their Dragons. It's a shame to have it sitting unused.
Anyone still using their Dragon? Mine is in a closet but I was just thinking about it this week and wondering how to repurpose it for something.
Thanks. I think I'll keep running as is for now since most things are stable (except for that damned TB18DC) until I move on to another machine.
Thanks. Can you quantify the modest amount? On my 7730 could I performance improvements of 5%, 10%, something else? For my heavy photo and...
Can a noob to the reality of undervolting ask: what the real world difference you're seeing with undervolting of this line of machines?
Thanks. I'll try this tomorrow if I have time.
Since I'm a photographer, color calibration is key for everything I do. Fingers crossed.
According to an answer I received in the Adobe forum:
Older Intel/nVidia video hardware is no longer supported...
I believe I am running Premiere on the 7730's Radeon card. In Windows > Graphics Settings Premiere is set to use the "high performance GPU".
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