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    Default Mini Review of CS4

    read it here

    guys, if you haven't already done so, its time to invest in a graphics card with at least 128MB of RAM (preferably more)...

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    Default Re: Mini Review of CS4

    Quote Originally Posted by theRBK View Post
    read it here

    guys, if you haven't already done so, its time to invest in a graphics card with at least 128MB of RAM (preferably more)...
    It'll be interesting to see benchmarks for some cards, and to know what operations benefit more from GPU acceleration. That would influence my purchasing decision way more than how many fps I can run Crysis.

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    Only talking abt features, have not test-run.

    I really do like the canvas rotation bit but got to test run see how it handles numerous layers,etc.

    I tink the 'on image controls' esp. for curves is pretty cool.
    Can be done all along but now just another way and probably easier.

    Some videos
    http://www.photoshopuser.com/cs4/index.html
    Last edited by firestone; 23rd September 2008 at 04:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    It'll be interesting to see benchmarks for some cards, and to know what operations benefit more from GPU acceleration. That would influence my purchasing decision way more than how many fps I can run Crysis.
    Heh it's another reason to upgrade - now it helps both gaming and photography!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zichar View Post
    Heh it's another reason to upgrade - now it helps both gaming and photography!
    "Honey, it's for the photo processing, really!"

    I wish they'd found more use for the GPU though. Having Lightroom take advantage of it for RAW decoding would be fantastic.

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