Delayalso also appears with Windows 8, 64 Bit (only tesetd Windows CS6), which isn't using Aero surface.
But Windows 8 uses also a hardware accelerated surface.
It's strange that wgeb Aero surface in Windows 7 is disabled, the Delay does not appear......
This forum is so active, so that a post will get lost after a few hours
Does nobody knows a solution for my problem?
Can it be that my GPU (nVidia Geforce 760 GTX is not supported yet?
With 16 gig of ram you can up the %. The computer needs about 2 gig. Not sure this will make any difference however.
Most lag problems are seen with very large brushes, or problems with the gpu driver. I am assuming you have the latest driver.
Also, do you have just one gpu active? If you have an onboard Intel make sure it is not working.
Hello, Curt Y,
thank you for answering .
I am using 60% of my 16 GB RAM for PhotoShop (which are over 8000 MB).
The problem is that the delay also appears when small simple brushes (3 px width, normal circle, 100 % hardness) are used.
I am using the newest nVidia Driver. And I can play all of my newer video games in fast performance.
I think only 1 GPU is active. The onboard Grapic card is disabled.
From posts I have read just because a card works well for other software does not mean it will work with PS the same. PS will stress it more and uses it differently.
In the opening post you say you were using a 7800 GTX. This has a very low pass mark rating so would be slow.
The current card GTX 760 is very fast so should have no problem.
Click on Help/sys info and see what card(s) and driver date are listed. You want to make sure to download driver from nVidia rather than MS, as the latter will be out of date.
If unsure about the driver use the nVidia driver wipe to get rid of old ones, and then install latest. There have been cases in the past where the new driver does not properly install over the old one.
Hope this helps as I am out of bullets.
My Computer is new installed, there was never an old driver installed. My Computer is 3 weeks old
And the driver are downloaded from nVidia's website.
Hello, it is me again
In PhotoShop, it does not matter if Mouse or my Wacom Tablet is used. The delay is always the same.
But when I installed Easy Paint Tool Sai (another Paint tool), there is also the delay. So it is not a problem of Adobe
In Easy Paint Tool Sai, there are 2 cursors:
One cursor is the mouse pointer,
the other cursor is the actual cursor used by the program. (for example the brush cursor).
When moving the mouse in Paint Tool Sai, the actual cursor is a little bit slower than the mouse pointer cursor. It also happens when no tool is used .
When using mouse in Easy Paint Tool Sai, actual cursor is faster than using Wacom Tablet.
Can it be that in PhotoShop, there are also 2 cursors: The mouse Cursor and the actual invisible cursor which is slower than the mouse cursor?
And is there a opportunity to accelerate this second "actual cursor"?
I already tested some changes in mouse settings (done under Control Panel -> Mouse, for example changing mouse speed)
As Mouse driver, I am using Microsoft default driver from year 2006.
The delay in Easy Paint Tool Sai is because of a feature called "Stabilizer". When this feature is set to "0", there is no delasy.
Is in PhotoShop also a Stabilizer-Feature which must be disabled first?