I just download a trail version of Adobe Photoshop CC and plainning to use Photoshop for all of my 3D works. My systems specs is AMD FX 6100 on the CPU side, NVida GeForce GTX 560 Ti, 8 gig of DDR3 1333 Mhz RAM and WD Black 1 TB and Window 8 64-bit.
when I use photoshop cc to render 3D text, I see that it use more of CPU power and the RAM don't even move.
i check these status using Logitech G510 gaming keyboard LED screen.
I understead 8 gig is more enough for gaming but for intensive task like 3D rendering, I heard that I need 12 gig or 16 gig. My motherboard support up to 32 gb but that will cuase more and thinking of upgrade to 16 gig of RAM. my motherboard only support 1333 mhz and I don't want to upgrade my motherboard.
thank in advance.
This might help you:
In addition, all subsequent Photoshop feature updates specifically for Creative Cloud members will also require 512 MB of vRAM in order to use the 3D features found in Photoshop CS6 Extended.
Please note: The system requirements for Photoshop CS6 Extended have always indicated that you need 512 MB of vRAM, but this wasn’t a hard enforcement.
Users who do not have 512 MB of vRAM will see the following dialog if they try to access a 3D feature in future Photoshop updates for Creative Cloud:
We hope that by providing this information early it will help you understand our current decisions around operating system support and where we we’re headed with future releases of Photoshop. We encourage all customers who are currently using the 3D features in Photoshop CS6 Extended to begin upgrading their video card/hardware now so they can fully take advantage of future Photoshop innovations as soon as they are available.
You confuse your RAM (8 gig) with the amount of memory on the graphics card (vRAM). The warning is about vRAM.