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I recently upgraded my graphics card to a 1660 super. Affinity photo is constantly crashing when I use recent drivers. If I roll back to drivers from last year then everything is fine.

I am on Windows 10 64 bit. 

It usually happens when loading any image. It seems to be when the image has loaded and it tries to display the image.

Sometimes when loading a raw file it does not happen until I hit develop. It is fine until it tries to display the image and then it crashes.

If I turn off hardware acceleration and use warp then everything is fine.

It is the same with the beta version.

No crash report is being generated.

 

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That's an interesting question. What kind of driver should we use with Affinity Photo as a rule? The gaming or the studio version?

Affinity Photo 1.9.0.932 for Windows  OS: Windows 10 x64 2004  CPU: AMD Threadripper 3970x  RAM: 64 GB 3800 Mhz  GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X 24GB + studio driver 460.89  NVMe SSD Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB  Monitor: Eizo ColorEdge CS2420 24"

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