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Is your GPU driver up to date? What happens if you turn off "Use Graphics Processor" under Edit > Preferences > Camera Raw? If that doesn't help, what about turning it off under Edit > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings?
I turned it off under Edit > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings and it solved this issue. What does that mean? Is this a permanent solution?
It's not a true solution... more of a workaround, though I know people who regularly work with their Photoshop settings configured this way.
What it ultimately indicates is that there is a problem with either the graphics processor or potentially with the operating system. Most likely something is not fully up-to-date.
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You don't have too much performance to spare, so you could do with getting the GPU working for you if possible. The link below says that the lates driver version is as below, so check to see if you have that, and update from the link below if you don't
If you are not sure, go Help > System Info > Copy and paste to this thread.