What version Camera Raw do you have? 9.8 is the latest so far.
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If I disable 'use Graphics processor' in Camera Raw preferences the issue stops.
Then that's the solution for now.
You don't really need GPU in ACR. It's there to speed up screen rendering on 4K displays, which you don't have. On standard displays some people actually see a slowdown with GPU enabled.
Just uncheck and forget it.
Yes I have the most uptodate versions, I even tried rolling back to CC2015 but that did not improve matters.
When I disable the Graphics processor I see a marked deterioration in screen resolution so that is not a permanent solution.
When I disable the Graphics processor I see a marked deterioration in screen resolution
That's not possible. That's simply not how it works. Screen resolution is not determined by the GPU setting in ACR.
However, on-screen scaling algorithms may be slightly different, which might affect appearance at any other zoom ratio than 100%, which maps one image pixel to exactly one screen pixel.
If you still have an issue, post screenshots at 100% - I repeat 100% - illustrating both.
NVIDIA is up to v. 378.66 (as of this post), if that helps any.
I use a GTX 950 without issues in a Windows 10 AU x64 system (unless one counts that pesky histogram issue in Camera Raw, which Adobe is aware of). It's custom-built by me; a little bit long in the tooth, though, in computer years.
I have already tried 378.66, still an issue thinking of going back to 375.7 or 375.63 see what happens
Have you tried setting the nvidia card as the preferred graphics processor in the Nvidia Control Panel (3D settings)?
The OP only has one video card. He was just confusing the monitor's internal LUT for a GPU, but they're two different things.
I still can't see why the standard and traditional way of running ACR (without GPU) should look any worse than with GPU. If that's the case, something else is wrong. I'd like to see screenshots.
Ah,,,my mistake...I thought he had a graphics card and a graphics element in his cpu.