The GPU acceleration in Lightroom doesn't seem to work with my nvidia Quadro K2000
Why do you say this? What is or isn't happening properly? Give us the details.
well, in the settings it says: "Graphics processor acceleration has been disabled due to errors" under the checkbox "use Graphics Processor"
and it is quite slow when editing raw panoramic files. Local adjustments with the brush are nearly impossible because it is so unresponsive. Quite disappointing considering the price of this card...
I don't know this specific card, but it should be supported; perhaps you need the latest video driver.
But if you do get it to work, the local adjustments (brushing and/or spot healing) will be even slower with the Graphics acceleration turned on. If you have a 4k or 5k monitor and large photos in pixels or megapixels and you want to do a lot of brushing or spot healing, this just doesn't work well for most people in Lightroom — it's still a weakness in Lightroom.
The latest driver is already installed and yet i have not found any option to activate openGL 3.3, i don't even know if this card supports openGL 3.3 or not. Really confusing, somehow it must be possible...
Surely that internet thing can find out if it supports openGL 3.3
i couldn't find anything at the nvidia page. is there any openGL driver that ust be downloaded in addition to the normal driver? or any setting at the device manager that must be set?
It would be great if an adobe employee took the time to tell me if the card is supported or not! I'd just like to have a clear answer.
Generally Adobe employees don't do that for you.
It's really too bad you haven't tried that Google thing.
I have tried "that Google thing" dozens of times.
I could not find any answer, this is why i came here, see? I didn't come here to get treated like an idiot!
I am no expert on GPUs, but I can tell you that I have no problems using the GPU in Lightroom with the Quadro K2000 on my Windows 7 computer.
It seems that you do not have the latest driver installed.
If you go to the NVIDIA website you will see that the latest version is 368.86 - you have 364.72.
This is from my System info:
Graphics Processor Info:
Check OpenGL support: Passed
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Version: 3.3.0 NVIDIA 368.39
Renderer: Quadro K2000/PCIe/SSE2
LanguageVersion: 3.30 NVIDIA via Cg compiler
Thank you, it worked out! My mistake was to uncheck the option to delete all previous settings when installing the new driver, this is why the problem persisted.