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I've been so busy that I haven't had time to deal with the "you must update your CUDA driver" message that appeared since the latest MacOS update (and for which there are apparently non-Apple solutions), but it did raise an interesting question: does the Affinity code also use this driver to speed up processing, and, if so, does that still work with this sort-of-bug-that-nobody-seems-to-claim? I like the idea of using all the horse power in a machine to make things go faster - heck, I like anything that goes faster - so I'd be interested if fixing what is at present just a nuisance may help the application along. Call it an extra motivation to find an answer, it may otherwise be with me for another half year
Hi there! I read few years ago about VGA for graphic design like Nvidia Quadro series. I found info about special optimised driver for specific app in Quadro case fx. for CAD. I'm interesting that Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo have any benefit from CUDA and special dedicated video card to graphics design? I'm changing my Lenovo T520 to Lenovo W520 and I'm interesting that I get any benefits from changing HD 3000 to Quadro 1000M 128@2GB VRAM. On the benchmark it's look like I get twice better speed. At this point is a really matter have CUDA when working with Affinity apps? Special dedicated video card in Quadro style cards gets any advantage in comparision to typical customer / gamer products?