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CPU at 100 when I am trying to do some simple background painting

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Hi, 

I am trying to do some basic painting for a background in Affinity Photo and my laptop is struggling with it.

Asus Zenbook Pro 8th Gen i7 16GB Ram. 

Is this an ongoing problem for anyone else? Is there a way I can make the performance better?

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54 minutes ago, Niall123492 said:

Hi, 

I am trying to do some basic painting for a background in Affinity Photo and my laptop is struggling with it.

Asus Zenbook Pro 8th Gen i7 16GB Ram. 

Is this an ongoing problem for anyone else? Is there a way I can make the performance better?

What is the size of your brush?


The more restricted you put on the program, the closer you program is to idiot.

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You can have high hopes for this. It will give you a 10x performance leap. In the near future.


The more restricted you put on the program, the closer you program is to idiot.

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I seen this before and was wondering if there are any updates on it?

I have a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti but I remember reading that affinity doesn't make use of this and to keep the renderer at the default setting.

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28 minutes ago, Niall123492 said:

I seen this before and was wondering if there are any updates on it?

I have a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti but I remember reading that affinity doesn't make use of this and to keep the renderer at the default setting.

Under my repeated inquiries, it does have the latest news.
It is always listed as the High priority task.
Mark Ingram didn't forget it!
Predictably, the future is bound to be supported.


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13 minutes ago, Niall123492 said:

Hopefully, it's been something that's always holding the apps back. It's only recently i have been able to use the isometric studio in designer without my laptop having a shit attack 😂.

I bet he's implementing Vulcan.
When I said that I thought he was incapable of driving Vulcan, he strongly contradicted me.
MacOS Metal has the available information for api-converting Vulcan. This is the easiest starting point.
For these two points, I analyze that he is implementing Vulcan.
I'm a fishing guru.😂


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Hey Niall123492,

Make sure you you don't have any marching ant selections. The size of your brush will also be taken into account, as Aftemplate suggested.

My Alienware laptop will happily paint on a 20,000 x 20,000 canvas with a 4096 px brush however the CPU will absolutely max out and the fans will kick in. 

I think painting with a brush that size is a bit of an edge-case though. What brush size are you using?

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