Adobe Illustrator Tablet, illustrator and Photoshop with Ryzen 3 2200G, dedicated GPU needed? – I am developing a budget computer for my gf who is in college for fine arts and desires to be an animator 1 day. I am trying to compile a list on pcpartpicker but im wondering if the APU will be fine for basically drawing, because thats all shes gonna be using it for. I saw this link https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/amd-ryzen-3-2200g-raven-ridge-cpu,5472-6.html
and i see that in photoshop it runs fine, but in illustrator it doesnt do so nicely. should i buy a devoted GPU if she is just drawing on a pen tablet and not truly any intensive photo editing or heavy logo designing?
Adobe Illustrator Tablet
Illustrator recommends 2GB minimum VRAM, which could be a great deal of (slower) RAM for an integrated GPU.
I would suggest a devoted gfx card. Beyond the usual recommendations for application-specific gfx options (e.g. Quadro), which I imagine isn’t within the budget plans, I would aim for something in the 4GB or more direction. I’d strongly suggest you take a look at the Adobe forums for what seems to function and not work, as you will find numerous versions of Illustrator, and I think a few of the GPU-acceleration features run with some cards, and not other people.
Around the basis of not going with an APU solution, the Ryzen 3 1300x is an equivalent CPU to the 2200G, but in case your budget can stretch to it, think about the Ryzen five 1600, with six cores for added workstation oomph.
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