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About the graphics card needs of the Affinity family

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Hi Poto Lucky :)

Just to let you know, I have edited your post slightly. I believe that this is not an advertisement and you are a genuine user - however we don't allow any sales here on the Affinity Forum, so I have removed all offers from your post.

In regards to the laptop itself, it's certainly compatible with Affinity apps and many of our users have laptops with integrated Intel graphics and have no issues using the software.

12 hours ago, Poto Lucky said:

I'm not sure that no graphics card can meet the needs for some extreme usage scenarios.

This certainly depends on what you consider to be an 'extreme usage scenario', there are no functions in Affinity that require a discreet/dedicated GPU, however certain features may be faster if a dedicated GPU is available. I hope this helps!

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On 10/28/2019 at 6:14 PM, Dan C said:

Hi Poto Lucky :)

Just to let you know, I have edited your post slightly. I believe that this is not an advertisement and you are a genuine user - however we don't allow any sales here on the Affinity Forum, so I have removed all offers from your post.

In regards to the laptop itself, it's certainly compatible with Affinity apps and many of our users have laptops with integrated Intel graphics and have no issues using the software.

This certainly depends on what you consider to be an 'extreme usage scenario', there are no functions in Affinity that require a discreet/dedicated GPU, however certain features may be faster if a dedicated GPU is available. I hope this helps!

Sorry, I just liked this product so much that I made things beyond the routine.

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