Photoshop OpenGL, OpenCL Performance on AMD A300 APU

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razor512

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need to know the resolution of the image. to know what it can realistically handle in a real world situation. remember if someone like a photographer is using it, then they are most likely going to be loading 16-30 megapixel images.

PS these onboard GPU's are just as fast as some of the videoocards that people were happy with a few years ago with photoshop so there is no doubt that it handles photoshop really well. The only issue is can it handle a modern workload involving many high resolution images.
 
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Look for Photoshop to be removed from the benchmark suite whenever AMD is unequivocally faster at it.
 

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[citation][nom]otacon72[/nom]If I want to do "light GPU-accelerated graphics work" I wouldn't use Photoshop. It's like saying I can run AutoCAD on a P4 machine but in order to do anything I need more horsepower.[/citation]

That post caused my brain to bluescreen and reboot.
 

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[citation][nom]bluekoala[/nom]That post caused my brain to bluescreen and reboot.[/citation]

Actually, I get where OP is coming from. Doing "light" work means that I'm probably not a professional and can't pay for an expensive-ass piece of software like photoshop.
 
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