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  1. Also have the same problem with hardware acceleration (OpenCL) in combination with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 on my HP OMEN notebook. Already invested several days in problem solving including installation of different driver versions and system optimization up to reinstallation of the operating system. But no solution found :(( OS: Windows 11 Pro (10.0.22621 Build 22621) Computer : HP OMEN 16-b0xxx (current bios F.44) Processor: 11th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-11800H RAM: 32GB 1st GPU: Intel UHD (current driver 2nd GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 (current driver 535.98) What I haven't tried yet is installing the Affinity package as MSI (EXE) version. Until now I have installed only MSIX... But there I hope no improvement , maybe the general Performens, as described in the forum is but not at the OpenCL graphics acceleration....
  2. Alternatively, I can offer another solution that has also helped me to avoid these ugly cuts. I go to the menu "Anti-aliasing:" as described above and select [Force Off]. Then I enlarge the image by the multiple DPI value and rasterise it by selecting "Rasterise...". Then I reduce it to the desired size and rasterise it again. visible lines between objects.mp4
  3. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with Lenovo. But before any more BIOS tricks are done, I would still try with Windows on-board tools. See here:
  4. This NVIDIA setting is only for "PhysX" and this processor interface language only works with special 3D / CAD / Finite Elements or scientific programs. You cannot set "Acceleration" of Affinity here. In addition, Affinity Photo works with OpenCL interface. If you disable the Intel GPU in the BIOS, don't worry, your laptop screen or external monitor will continue to work. There is an "electronic switching" to the video outputs automatically inside the laptop. Have the guts, it'll work out!!
  5. To be on the safe side, simply switch off the integrated graphics card in your BIOS settings, this worked well for my colleague.
  6. It doesn't matter to Affinity Photo or Dersigner whether they have one or even five graphics cards. You select the "Preferences" menu in Affinity and choose the graphics card that should be responsible for " rendering" the displayed graphics in the Affinity Photo application window. Please have a look at the "Affinity Photo Help" under "Preferences".
  7. He has already mentioned this above, or does he mean "In Nvidia control panel" in the system control?1 [ In Nvidia control panel, I changed my primary graphics card from Nvidia to the integrated Intel GPU. After this change, focus merge works. How can I resolve this problem. I have attached the Affinity Photo crash reports here.]
  8. How did you uninstall the drivers, with Nvidia deinstaller or in Windows Safe Mode with DDU?
  9. Hello sapstar, try this DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) (https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html). The tool has already saved me and many others a lot of headaches! See forum post:
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