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Win 7 64 bit has reduced graphics quality


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maaaark

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Hello

I upgraded from Win XP Pro Windows 7 64 bit Pro and am a regular user of Adobe Première pro CS4. I have noticed that the quality of on-screen video is reduced since upgrade, although I have 12 Gb DDR3 on an Intel i7 quad core platform. Surely more memory means better video not worse? Is the basic premise that video output is improved only by onboard video ram. Even so why a poorer output? My solution is to throw more money at it and use 2 instead of 1 Nvidia 9500 GT video cards instead of one. Perplexed.

Thanks for your enlighted thoughts ...

Edited by maaaark, 08 June 2010 - 08:00 AM.

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You probably did not update your video card drivers.
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You probably did not update your video card drivers.


I did that
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